Archive for March 26th, 2014

Adestria Announce New Album & Stream New Single

It’s been a while since the last time we wrote about Adestria. They released one of my favorite albums in 2012, titled Chapters. They’ve been on and off the road since then, and are even heading out on tour with Upon This Dawning next month. Fans knew the band was planning on releasing a new […]

Jake Johnson Confirmed For ‘Jurassic World’ Role

Though there have been many rumors surrounding Jurassic World castings, the reunion of Jake Johnson and Colin Trevorrow was always a hopeful one. Though you will have to hope no longer, for Johnson has confirmed that he has a role in the Trevorrow directed dino-adventure. Reuniting the team from the extremely well received Safety Not […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Gojira – “Born In Winter”

Since their inception in 1996, Gojira have been regarded as masters of their trade, consistently taking their signature sounds to new heights with each release. Earlier today, the group continued to prove their dominance over the metal genre by debuting a new music video for their track “Born In Winter,” off their 2012 record, L’enfant […]

Frameworks Stream New Song, “Mutual Collision”

Recent years have seen no shortage of bands attempting to combine beautiful, melodic guitar lines with chaotic drums and intense, screamed vocals, but few can pull it off with the grace and finesse of Frameworks. Their latest track, “Mutual Collision,” which you can stream after the break, only serves as more proof that they are […]

Tigers Jaw Announce Summer Tour Dates

We found out late last week that Tigers Jaw will be releasing a new album, titled Charmer, on June 3. Now the band have announced the first leg of their summer tour in support of the release. The tour will be hitting up cities throughout the United States and Canada on its run through June. The […]

Wu-Tang Clan to Sell One Copy of New (Secret) Album

They weren’t lying when they said “Cash rules everything around me.” Wu-Tang Clan have announced that they are releasing a double album entitled The Wu–Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, and that it will be possibly the most limited release to date. They want to sell only one physical copy of the album. Start saving […]

Music Video: Sisyphus – “Booty Call”

A week after the brilliant S trio known as Sisyphus (consisting of Sufjan Stevens, rapper Serengeti and the electronic wizard Son Lux) released their first full-length, today they have posted a video for the metaphor-rapped “Booty Call.” If it’s not weird enough to think that the indie wunderkind Sufjan Stevens would help create a song […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Relief In Sleep – “Sleepwalker”

If you need some hard rock music in your life, then Relief In Sleep may be a band you want to check out. They recently signed to Imminence Records, and will be releasing their self-titled full length album via the label on April 1. One of the singles off the album is titled “Sleepwalker,” and […]

Chiodos Unleash “We’re Talking About Practice”

Devil is now less than a week away from its release date and Chiodos recently went from premiering one song a week to dropping a new song everyday. Today’s new track is the first full song on the album, which is titled “We’re Talking About Practice.” The band partnered up with Blunt Mag to premiere […]

Hear Woodkid’s Sad Remix of Pharrell’s “Happy”

Leave it to the always brilliant Woodkid to turn Pharrell‘s “Happy” into a sad, sad song. Woodkid, a Polish-born, French-raised musician known for his beautiful orchestral pop, took Grammy and Oscar nominated “Happy” and slowed it down into something similar to an Adele tear-jerker. Now filled with strings and solo piano, the song takes on new […]

Victory Records Welcomes Feed Her To The Sharks And UTG Feels Conflicted

Australian metalcore outfit Feed Her To The Sharks are the latest band to join the Victory Records roster. The group has released two full-length albums to date by themselves, and will likely have a new recording out by the end of 2014. You can view a video announcement featuring music from the band’s latest album […]

Summerfest Unveils Impressive Lineup

As a Milwaukee native, I’ll be the first to admit that, in recent years, Summerfest has left a lot to be desired. Waves of nefarious activity, coupled with expanding crowds and consistently lackluster lineups have made the annual, 11-day event sort of a running joke amongst my circle of friends—a place for teens to blackout […]