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Black Stone Cherry Release Cover Of ‘Born Under A Bad Sign’

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Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry have released another track from their upcoming blues covers EP, ‘Black to Blues’ which is out on Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 29th September. Their version of Albert Kings’Born Under A Bad Sign’ is available to stream here Speaking about why they decided to pick this track as one for the EP, bassist Jon Lawhon said “We wanted to do that song because Cream did…

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Review: Enter Shikari ‘The Spark’

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Enter Shikari are a band that have made a phenomenal name for themselves, and with good reason. With their vocalised view on the world, and their punchy riffs, Shikari have gone from playing tiny pub venues to headlining London’s Alexandria Palace. It’s no wonder that their most recent album The Spark has been a very much anticipated wait. Although Shikari have taken a more melodic approach to the new album,…

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New Music: Morrissey’s ‘Spent The Day In Bed’

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Morrissey releases new single ahead of 11th studio album ‘Low In High School’ Morrissey meets Synth Pop with new single. Ahead of the November 17th release of Morrissey’s new album ‘Low In High School’, which will be his first full length album since the 2014 release of  ‘World Peace Is None Of Your Business’, Morrissey has released the first single off the new album ‘Spent The Day In Bed’. At…

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Supersonic Blues Machine Announce New Album

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As they’ve proven on their first album and round of shows, it’s not a party unless you invite some friends, and for Californisoul, they’ve brought along some heavy hitters. It’s the sound that SUPERSONIC BLUES MACHINE has spent much of 2017 sharing with audiences from Texas, Holland, India, St. Petersburg, Russia, starting with their headlining slot in front of thousands at the Notodden Blues Festival (Europe’s premier blues festival) in…

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GUN On Course For First Top 10 Album In 13 Years!!

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GUN are on course for their first top-10 album in over 13 years this week. ‘Favourite Pleasures’ was released on Friday and currently sits at number 8 in the midweek album charts, above the likes of Yusuf Cat Stevens and Madonna. ‘Favourite Pleasures’, GUN’s seventh studio album, stands proudly alongside the very best of their work. Informed by a back-to-basics approach tempered by an innate sense for melody, the record…

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Evanescence Return With Fourth Studio Album ‘Synthesis’ On November 10th

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Evanescence are returning with Synthesis their fourth and most ambitious album to date, set for a November 10th release. The album features a reworking of some of Evanescence’s best-loved songs recorded with a full orchestra and electronica combined with the band and Amy Lee’s virtuoso piano and voice. Evanescence–lead singer-songwriter and pianist Amy Lee, bassist Tim McCord, drummer Will Hunt, lead guitarist/backing vocalist Troy McLawhorn and guitarist Jen Majura worked…

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Von Hertzen Brothers Announce New Album ‘War Is Over’

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Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group are thrilled to announce the release of the brand new studio album War Is Over from the award winning cinematic Finnish rockers Von Hertzen Brothers, which will be out on 3rd November 2017. The chart topping band have had three #1 albums (Stars Aligned, New Day Rising, Love Remains the Same) and another two Top 5 albums (Nine Lives, Approach) in their homeland.…

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The LaFontaines to release new album “Common Problem” on Oct 27 via Wolf At Your Door Records

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The LaFontaines announce new album ‘Common Problems and a UK headline tour in November With 2015’s debut album Class charting in the UK Top 100 and Scottish Top 10, reaching number one in the UK Indie Breakers chart, and receiving over three million plays on Spotify, The LaFontaines are ready to top that success with the seething power of their second album Common Problem, out on 27th October 2017 via…

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Watch Knuckle Puck’s Vibrant New Video for ‘Double Helix’

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Pop-punk group Knuckle Puck have not only treated us to a new song, but have also dropped a pretty colourful video to accompany it. ‘Double Helix’ is a dynamic, lively track straight off their upcoming second album Shapeshifter, due for release on October 13th. You can pre-order album bundles here. Knuckle Puck are also set to tour the UK later this year, taking Tiny Moving Parts, Have Mercy and Movements. You…

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Album review: Mighty Blues Band “Standing By A Mountain”

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Hardcore Blues Rock in a bomb of a debut There’s a fast rising blues-rock scene in Denmark. The established Freddy & The Phantoms, and the newcomers Mighty Blues Band, the six-piece from Copenhagen. A rare thing like a blues rock album today, even more a Danish album, and even-even more a debut album, is NOT something you get a chance to listen to very often. But I was handed this…

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The Sword Guitarist Kyle Shutt to Release Pink Floyd Tribute LP, ‘Doom Side of the Moon’

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Music Theories Recordings/Mascot Label Group will be releasing Doom Side of the Moon, a tribute to Pink Floyd on 8th December 2017. To celebrate 50 years of Pink Floyd releasing music that changed the world, The Sword guitarist Kyle Shutt has produced a heavy metal cover of their seminal album, The Dark Side of the Moon. Titled, Doom Side of the Moon, the resulting band and album features Shutt and a host of celebrated musicians including his bandmates…

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New Music From Colour with ‘Minus’

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COLOUR return with their brand-new single ‘Minus’, released on Friday October 6th via the bands own COLOUR Recordings. Mastered at London’s famous Abbey Road studios by Christian Wright (Coldplay, Radiohead), this is COLOUR’s boldest song to date. A dark anvil of a song that singer James Tidd explains is about “how debt can pile up and yet, can be hidden easily in normal life”. COLOUR burst on the scene last…

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Enter Shikari Drop Video for ‘Rabble Rouser’

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Enter Shikari drop a new, future-type video for their new single ‘Rabble Rouser’, taken from the bands upcoming album ‘The Spark’ which is set for release on the 22nd September. ‘The Spark’ will be Shikari’s fifth studio album, taking a unique, more melodic route than their previous albums. Well known for their expression on current affairs, Enter Shikari are setting out for ‘The Spark’ to be their most personal album…

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Nothing But Thieves Reveal New Track “Broken Machine”

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Nothing But Thieves reveal an exclusive performance of their new track “Broken Machine”, the title track from their second album released next week. The band’s highly anticipated second album, “Broken Machine”, will be released on September 8th via RCA. It was produced by Mike Crossey (The 1975, Foals, Arctic Monkeys and Twenty One Pilots to name a few) and recorded at Ranch Studios in California. The first single, ‘ Amsterdam’,…

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Foo Fighters Release New Track ‘The Line’

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The countdown to the year’s most massive and ambitious melodic hard rock magnum opus just started ticking that much faster: “The Line,” the newest advance offering from Foo Fighters’ about to be released ninth studio album ‘Concrete and Gold’, has been made available as an instant grat with pre-orders placed in advance of the new record’s September 15 release on Columbia Records. “The Line” pairs a signature Foo Fighters propulsive…

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New Single From Rale ‘Party Music’ Available Now!

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Sheffield’s RALE present their brand-new single ‘Party Music’, a post punk pop song that on the surface sounds simplistic, yet lyrically it deals with political figures exploiting fear and prejudice arising from inequality and segregation in society. Having received its first play by Huw Stephens on Radio 1 last week, ‘Party Music’ looks set to put RALE firmly on the map. The video, premiered by Clash last week, was filmed…

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Nothing More “The Stories we Tell ourselves”

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Metal… A genre once hailed for its forward looking and experimental approach to music. Can it still hold these accolades? Nothing More are an American rock/metal band formed in 2003 from San Antonio, Texas. They first garnered attention after a two year period in which the, at the time unsigned band, recorded 40 songs with the aim to get singed. In 2014 Eleven Seven snapped up the band, and cut…

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White Fever Release New Track ‘Everyones Got Their Price’

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London dark indie-pop band White Fever release their new EP ‘Concrete’ on 29th September. Following the release of the anthemic single ‘Sands’, the band have now shared a second track taken from the EP. ‘Everyone’s Got Their Price’ is the EP closing track, concluding the collection with sparsely ethereal vocals preceding an upbeat, bass-driven chorus. While the song explores the voyeuristic frustration of watching other people living lives seemingly better…

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The LaFontaines Announce ‘Common Problem’ & Tour Dates

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With 2015’s debut album Class charting in the UK Top 100 and Scottish Top 10, reaching number one in the UK Indie Breakers chart, and receiving over three million plays on Spotify, The LaFontaines are ready to top that success with the seething power of their second album Common Problem. The album provides an intense and relatable social commentary. A brutally honest outpouring of angst, Common Problem is a raging reflection on the state of the world today. “Common Problem is a much darker record than…

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New Columbia Release Their Impressive EP ‘I Don’t Know’

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Rock band New Columbia hail from Prestatyn in North Wales and are on the verge of releasing their second EP, which lands on 15th September. Citing the likes of Oasis, The Verve and Stereophonics as influences on their sound, it’s perhaps The Rolling Stones who come closest to a musical comparison with the Welsh four-piece. Occasionally you’ll hear a young up-and-coming band such as New Columbia and suddenly all your…

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