Night Birds releasing ‘Mutiny at Muscle Beach’ in October

Night Birds

Fat Wreck Chords has revealed details about the upcoming LP from Night Birds. The album is titled Mutiny at Muscle Beach and will be released on October 2, 2015.

The band recently revealed a track from the album, which you can check out here.

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Deafheaven Releasing “New Bermuda” Album

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Deafheaven has revealed the band's upcoming album will be titled "New Bermuda" and is due for release via Anti-Records on October 2nd, 2015.

"New Bermuda" features cover art by Allison Schulnik, art direction and design by Nick Steinhardt, and was recorded in April 2015 by Jack Shirley. A teaser trailer can be seen at the Deafheaven Facebook pro… Read More/Discuss on Metal
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New Review Update: July 28, 2015

Adam E. here with four new reviews. I’m told that tomorrow is National Chicken Wing Day, so let’s take a moment to honor the innovator of the chicken wing, former WWF champion Bob Backlund.

  • Vacation –

  • The Kneads –
    Letting You Let Me Down

  • The Vigilance Committee –
    Exit A Hero

  • Rocky Votolato / Chuck Ragan –
    Kindred Spirit [10-inch]

You can check out any of our reviews right here
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Toney Carey To Guest On Rainbow Cover With A Sound Of Thunder

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Tony Carey (Rainbow, Planet P Project) has recorded keyboards on A Sound of Thunder's cover of Rainbow classic "Death Alley Driver." The track is exclusively available via A Sound of Thunder's current Kickstarter campaign which exploded through its original goal in 21 hours and which runs through August 17th (make your pledge here). A preview of th… Read More/Discuss on Metal
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New Music: Krazo – Baddest 4 Ever

The song’s chill energy makes it easy to listen to on repeat. Krazo shows mad love to confident boss chicks and we like that. Do you feel the same we do? Let us know in the comments

Video: Sin The Saint – Sticky

Get into this smoldering track from Sin The Saint called “Sticky”. This song is hot like the summer and it just in time to compete for the revered title song of the summer. We think this song is a definite competitor. Let us know if you think this song can compete in the comments below.

Festivals & Events: Wrecking Ball ATL Fest announces schedule

Atlanta’s Wrecking Ball ATL Festival has announced the full schedule for the 2 day event. The festival is set to take place the weekend of August 8-9, 2015. Announced bands include Descendents, Failure, American Nightmare, Knapsack, Thrice and more. You can check out the full schedule by clicking here.
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Horna Reveals New Album “Hengen Tulet”

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Horna should need no introduction: for over 20 years now, the Finnish black metal institution – founded by uber-prolific guitarist/songwriter Shatraug has built a vast, virulent body of work.

Hailing the ancient ways, Horna has always honored the underground with myriad EP and split releases. In the interim since the last album for W.T.C. Produc… Read More/Discuss on Metal
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Videos: Jeff Rosenstock: “Nausea” (Live on The Chris Gethard Show)

Jeff Rosenstock

Jeff Rosenstock stopped by this week’s episode of “The Chris Gethard Show” for a live performance of the song “Nausea.” “Nausea” appears on
We Cool?
, which came out earlier this year on Side One Dummy Records.
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Ex-The Haunted Frontman Peter Dolving Accuses Music Industry Of Destroying Money

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Former The Haunted frontman Peter Dolving has posted a lengthy rant on facebook sharing his views on metal music industry, slamming a few record labels, label owners and A&R product managers, including Century Media's Leif Jensen (also Dew-Scented) and Nuclear Blast.

Some excerpts:

"What I have come to see is that; “The music business” – one … Read More/Discuss on Metal
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