Archive for December 16th, 2013

Chelsea Grin Debut “Letters”

After teasing fans with new music snippets and studio videos since October, Chelsea Grin have broken their creative silence and delivered a new track titled “Letters.” The first song to surface online from Chelsea Grin’s 2014 release, “Letters” finds the band further pushing their progressive take on modern metal. The beginning of the track hits […]

Nirvana, Kiss, Peter Gabriel Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

It feels both about time and yet still too early for it to be true, but Nirvana are finally in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As Rolling Stone reports, the inductees for 2014 have been announced, and it looks like Nirvana will be joined by Peter Gabriel, Kiss, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens, […]

Enter Bayside’s “Time Has Come” Cover Contest

Quick, grab your guitar and set up your video camera. Bayside are asking fans to show them what “Time Has Come” sounds like… before they actually post the song for listeners to hear the original version. After sharing the lyrics and tabs for the song online, they’re looking to see what kind of unique interpretations fans […]

Silent Planet To Release New EP This Christmas

The metal outfit known as Silent Planet have announced that they will be releasing a brand new EP, titled Lastsleep (1944-1946), on Christmas. The EP will feature five tracks, and you can check out the tracklist by taking a look below the jump. The band has also announced that they will reveal a music video […]

Village Voice, SPIN Remind Us R. Kelly Was Accused Of Disgusting Rape

Time flies when you’re having fun. While ten years ago R. Kelly‘s alleged rape hit its cultural peak with a Chappelle show joke, Jim DeRogatis has reminded us that these allegations may have been settled, but are still possible to have happened. DeRogatis was the reporter that broke the original R. Kelly sex with a […]

DVD TRAILER: ‘Ending Is The Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show’

Shortly after Mitch Lucker’s untimely passing, his friends and family put together a memorial show to honor him. Suicide Silence headlined the show, and had various frontmen up on stage performing a number of popular songs by the band. The show was recorded, and now a DVD/CD combo will be released next year. The DVD […]

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Will Direct And Star In ‘Sandman’ Film

Well, the rumor mill was correct this time. There has been much speculation surrounding the rumors of a Sandman film featuring JGL, though now we know that he not only will star, but direct a film adaptation of the comic series. Paired with screenwriter David S. Goyer, the two will embark on the task of […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Lorna Shore – “Godmaker”

New Jersey progressive deathcore outfit Lorna Shore have premiered a music video for “Godmaker,” the most recent taste of their forthcoming EP, Maleficium. Finding the band performing inside a dimly lit church alongside the depiction a woman seemingly struggling for her life, the eerie visuals are a fitting compliment to the music as it twists […]

La Dispute To Release ‘Rooms Of The House’ On March 18

The countdown on La Dispute‘s website hit zero today, and as many speculated, there was an album announcement waiting at the end. The post-hardcore quintet will release their third full-length, Rooms of the House, on March 18, 2014. The album was written in an isolated cabin in the upper peninsula of their native Michigan and […]

Take A Look At Wolverine’s Suit From ‘Days of Future Past’

A newly released image from Studio Ciné Live’s upcoming magazine cover showcases Wolverine’s sweet costume from the upcoming, highly anticipated, X-Men Film, Days of Future Past. Though I am still trying to get over the news from last week that another new X-Men film based off of the villain Apocalypse is in the works, let […]

The Hotelier (Formerly The Hotel Year) Announce ‘Home, Like No Place Is There’, Stream New Song

The Hotelier (formerly known as The Hotel Year) are one of punk’s best kept secrets. In a perfect world, their 2011 album, …It Never Goes Out, would have have made them a household name, but the world isn’t perfect, and the heartfelt, heart-wrenching record remains criminally underappreciated. Hopefully that will change in 2014, as the […]

You Need To Watch Shia LaBeouf’s New Short Film (Starring Jim Gaffigan)

UPDATE: I hate to admit it, but Shia LaBeouf has made me feel like a fool. As BleedingCool clearly explains, the material for the short discussed in the following article was essentially stolen from another artist without as much as a ‘thank you’ credit from Labeouf. The actor has been called out for his actions, […]