ETERNAL FREQUENCY Release Official Music Video for Cover of NINE INCH NAILS Hit Single, “Head Like a Hole”!

Harrisburg, PA based Heavy Rock band ETERNAL FREQUENCY has released the official music video for their cover of the 1990 NINE INCH NAILS critical and fan favorite Industrial Rock classic, “Head Like a Hole.” A faithful rendition of the 1990 hit single, the band balances the inherent rage of the original with front-woman Emelle Elizabeth’s soaring vocals, resulting in a refreshed anti-anthem that continues to ring relevant in today’s society.

“We’ve always known we had a pretty singer, now our singer has become the Pretty Hate Machine (haha). In all seriousness, it definitely takes some balls to cover a Nine Inch Nails song, but we think that we did it justice and we hope our fans agree. We try to pride ourselves on creating sonically stimulating material with layers and depth. That is exactly why it felt necessary to showcase our interpretation of some of Trent Reznor’s finest work to date.”” – ETERNAL FREQUENCY

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Eternal Frequency is a five piece, female fronted hard rock band based out of Central Pennsylvania. Blending influences of Metalcore, Hard rock, and Active Rock, Eternal Frequency brings a new energy that is also dominated by vocalist, songwriter, and frontwoman Emelle. In just under three years as a band they have released several studio singles as well as music videos including “Temptations”, “Parasite”, “What Are We Waiting For”, and their version of Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” (all proceeds going to NIVA – National Independent Venue Association) to the masses and have been reaping nothing but positive energy and reviews from their supporters. They have accrued a massively strong following in the Pennsylvania area and have garnered attention in multiple regional markets.

They are currently managed by John Phillips of 900 Management (Body Count, Another Day Dawns, and TM for Snoop Dogg, Public Enemy, and formerly Breaking Benjamin) and record with multi Grammy nominated producers Grant McFarland and Carson Slovak of Atrium Audio (From Ashes to New, August Burns Red).

The band has shared the stage with established artists such as Of Mice & MenAdelitas WaySmile Empty SoulVixen, and Sponge. They also took home the award for Best New Artist at the 2019 Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame Awards and had the pleasure to honor Halestorm (Inductees) with their rendition of “Familiar Taste of Poison” at the 2020 CPMA’s. In addition EF was nominated for Best Hard Rock Band and Song of the Year.

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ETERNAL FREQUENCY Releases Official Music Video for QUEEN Hit Single “The Show Must Go On”!

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Harrisburg, PA based Heavy Rock band ETERNAL FREQUENCY has released the official music video for their cover of the 1991 QUEEN hit single, “The Show Must Go On”!.” Self-directed and filmed and edited by Eric DiCarlo, 100% of “The Show Must Go On” proceeds will go to NIVA – National Independent Venue Association to help #SAVEOURSTAGES.

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“Our cover of ‘The Show Must Go On’ (originally performed by Queen) is a tribute to all of our fellow musicians, roadies, technicians, stage hands, managers, venue owners, and most importantly the listeners and fans that are being affected by this pandemic. We essentially wanted to send a message that things will get better. That is why we are donating 100% of the song proceeds to NIVA – National Independent Venue Association.” – ETERNAL FREQUENCY

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Eternal Frequency is a young, up and coming band hailing from Harrisburg Pennsylvania who use anthemic rock and metalcore as their muse to formulate a fresh, modern, hard rock sound of their own. In just under 2 years of being a band they have released several singles including “Down”,“Temptations”. and the lastest Parasite which garnered over 140,000 views on Youtube.. They have continued to develop their following in the Pennsylvania market and continue to expand their fan base through means of digital strategy during the current pandemic.

Accompanying the drive and power of their songs, they also bring a strong, energetic stage presence with them when they perform live. “The biggest test to us is to deliver to our fans an experience that they will never forget. We should be complimenting what we create..

The band during it’s tenure has shared the stage and opened for established artists such as Of Mice and Men, Smile Empty Soul, Vixen, and Sponge. In January of 2020 the band was awarded Best New Artist/Band for the annual Central Pennsylvania Music Awards.

2020 has been a great starting point for Eternal Frequency. It is only a matter of time before they break out onto the national scene.

Frontwoman – Emelle Lead Guitar – Justin Rhythm Guitar- A.J. Bass – Tyler Drums – Dane

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Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs Releases Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 42 Styles

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Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs has released his newest video, Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 42 Styles, including such diverse artists and bands as System Of A Down, Frank Sinatra, Scott Joplin, and Bobby McFerrin.

“I disappeared from the internet for a month to finally take on my number 1 requested song. Being away from social media was very good for me an I highly recommend this to anybody. Maybe everyone should start producing songs in multiple styles just so they too could take a vacation from social media. Also, I want to thank E Rock of course for hopping on to make the Dream Theater part possible, because I can’t shred on guitar. But i can shred on the bass! Who knew!

Erock and I also have an album coming out in November, we started a band called Riptide and we will be releasing our next single within weeks.” – Anthony Vincent

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Style List:
1. Queen
2. Me
3. The Chordettes
4. Johnny Cash
5. David Bowie
6. Ozzy Osbourne
7. Frank Sinatra
8. Sam Cooke
9. Boyz II Men
10. Daft Punk
11. Janis Joplin
12. Scott Joplin (King Of Ragtime)
13. Skrillex
14. Hendrix (Michael Winslow Version)
15. Kenny G
16. Bobby McFerrin
17. Star Wars
18. N.W.A.
19. Kendrick Lamar
20. System Of A Down
21. Elvis Presley
22. BOLLYWOOD
23. Bad Religion
24. Bruno Mars
25. Death Grips
26. Chuck Berry
27. Michael jackson
28. The Clash
29. Ray Charles
30. Aretha Franklin
31. Soggy Bottom Boys
32. Death
33. ABBA
34. Ghost
35. Muse
36. Vitas
37. Medieval Music
38. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
39. Tool
40. Prince
41. Nirvana
42. Dream Theater

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Check out more of Anthony’s videos including “10 Songs in the Style of Metallica,” “12 Songs in the Style of The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “10 Songs in the Style of Ozzy Osbourne (feat. EROCK),” and “Red Hot Chili Peppers – Give It Away (Ten Second Songs 20 Style Cover)“.

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THE ARISTOCRATS NEW ALBUM “Culture Clash” Out July 16/ Live @ HARD ROCK CAFE PGH 8/6

Fans of instrumental rock/fusion (Jeff Beck, Frank Zappa, Steve Vai, John Scofield, Joe Satriani) and heavy progressive musical excellence (King Crimson, Dream Theater, Queen) – LISTEN UP!

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THE ARISTOCRATS, the white-hot rock/fusion instrumental virtuoso power trio featuring celebrated musicians Guthrie Govan (guitar), Bryan Beller (bass) and Marco Minnemann (drums), will release their new album, Culture Clash, on July 16, 2013 via BOING Music.

Culture Clash will be sold in both regular and deluxe editions. The deluxe package will contain a bonus DVD called, “Accept The Mystery: The Making Of The Aristocrats’ Culture Clash”, a 33-minute DVD documentary shot while THE ARISTOCRATSwere tracking the album in Nashville, TN between January 15th-21st. Containing both studio footage and exclusive interviews with each member of the band, this is a special behind-the-scenes look at THE ARISTOCRATS that fans have never seen before.

 

Culture Clash tracklisting:

1. Dance Of The Aristocrats

2. Culture Clash

3. Louisville Stomp

4. Ohhhh Noooo

5. Gaping Head Wound

6. Desert Tornado

7. Cocktail Umbrellas

8. Living The Dream

9. And Finally

 

The band’s 2011 self-titled instant-classic debut album proved irresistible to fans of guitar-driven instrumental rock (think Vai, Satriani) but ended up crossing over both ways, making inroads with the progressive (Dream Theater) and modern technical metal (Animals As Leaders, Meshuggah, Periphery) crowds alike. That’s not surprising considering the genre-defying panoply of the band’s true influences: Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, John Scofield, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Rage Against The Machine, Pink Floyd, Queen, King Crimson, The Police, Kraftwerk, Bjork, Return To Forever, and more…a variety of which show up in each band member’s individual compositional style, as they’re all contributing songwriters.

Culture Clash honors the band’s panoramic potpourri of influences, while showing up as a more aggressive, intensely-written album that picks up where the band’s first effort left off – all while retaining a quirky Zappa-influenced refusal to take themselves too seriously. That’s evidenced by the album’s title alone, which derives its name from a sly reference to the Coen Brothers’ film A Serious Man, and doubles as an allusion to the band’s multi-national makeup (Govan is British; Beller is American; Minnemann is German).

“We’ve all been totally blown away by the reaction to the first album, the live album, and just us becoming a band in general. We’re all beyond grateful for that,” states bassist Bryan Beller. “So this record, I feel like, is a response to that amazing response. It’s like, ‘OK, you dug all that crazy stuff on the first one, eh? Well, here, check this out.’ We don’t want to rest on our laurels. We want to push this thing further, as far as we can, wherever that goes.”

 

Culture Clash proves to be a more adventurous piece of work for the trio, with everything from techno-fusion (“Dance Of The Aristocrats”), to nitro-powered rockabilly (the Ren-and-Stimpy-influenced “Louisville Stomp”), to Mr. Bungle-infused metal (“Living The Dream”), to the rhythmically serpentine rock/fusion-esque title track. The band feels that being joined at the hip for the past two years helped them become a stronger unit, which set them on a more unconventional course.

“All the time we spent together as a band touring, and gigging together and interacting, has made us bolder in terms of the kind of material we’ve dared to write for this album,” adds guitarist Guthrie Govan. “I think there’s some wackier stuff that we maybe wouldn’t have submitted for the first album when we didn’t know each other as well. We didn’t know what kind of craziness we would get away with. So I guess we’re enjoying some of the benefits of having been a real band for longer.”

The members of THE ARISTOCRATS first performed together as a trio at the Anaheim Bass Bash during the winter NAMM show in 2011. After a huge response from fans for the trio to become permanent, the band (named after the infamous dirty joke of the same name) quickly recorded their first album The Aristocrats in 2011, to instant wide acclaim. The band released a live album, Boing, We’ll Do It Live! in 2012. Guitarist Guthrie Govan has been featured on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine and is known for his solo album Erotic Cakes, as well as recent touring work with Steven Wilson, and performing with the bandAsia/GPS from 2001-2006. Bassist/solo artist Bryan Beller graced the cover of Bass Player Magazine in late 2012, and is recognized from his work with DethklokSteve VaiJoe Satriani, and Mike Keneally. Drummer Marco Minnemann is a multi-instrumentalist and prolific solo artist/composer, was featured on the cover of Modern Drummer Magazine, and is known for his live work with NecrophagistKreatorAdrian BelewUKZ, and Steven Wilson – as well as his Telly Award-winning DVDExtreme Drumming.

 

THE ARISTOCRATS recently announced via their social media pages that they will be heading out on tour in July and August for their longest American run to date. The venue tour kicks off in Nashville, TN on July 17th and includes select clinics at schools like the Atlanta Institute of Music, Berklee College of Music, and more.

 

 

 

THE ARISTOCRATS “Culture Clash” U.S. Tour Dates:

7/17 Nashville TN @ Douglas Corner

7/19 Tampa FL @ Brass Mug

7/20 Orlando FL @ West End Trading Company

7/21 Jacksonville FL @ 1904 Music Hall

7/23 Atlanta GA @ Atlanta Institute of Music (clinic/show)

7/24 Atlanta GA @Masquerade (Purgatory Room)

7/25 Charlotte NC @ Tremont Music Hall (Casbah)

7/26 Raleigh NC @ Pour House Music Hall

7/27 Washington DC @ Jammin Java

7/29 Boston MA @ Berklee College of Music (clinic)

7/30 Boston MA @ Berklee Performance Center (concert)

7/31 Wilkes-Barre PA @ River St. Jazz Cafe

8/1 New York City NY @ Highline Ballroom

8/2 Philadelphia PA @ North Star Bar

8/3 Dunellen NJ @ New Jersey Proghouse

8/6 Pittsburgh PA @ Hard Rock Cafe

8/7 Cleveland OH @ Beachland Tavern

8/8 Columbus OH @ Rumba Café

8/9 Cincinnati OH @ Southgate House Revival

8/10 Charleston WV @ Empty Glass

8/12 Detroit MI @ Token Lounge

8/13 Indianapolis IN @ Birdy’s

8/14 Chicago IL @ Reggie’s

8/15 Madison WI @ Brink Lounge

8/16 St. Paul MN @ Station 4

8/17 Omaha NE @ Shamrock’s

8/19 St. Louis MO @ 2720 Cherokee

8/20 Kansas City MO @ The Record Bar

8/21 Tulsa OK @ The Vanguard

8/23 Denton TX @ Dan’s Silverleaf

8/24 Houston TX @ Rudyard’s Pub

8/25 Austin TX @ Saxon Pub

 

For more information on THE ARISTOCRATS, please visit these websites:

 

www.the-aristocrats-band.com

www.facebook.com/aristocratsband

www.twitter.com/acratsband