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Puscifer unveil the next chapter in the saga of desert dwelling scamp Billy D with the psychedelic, alien-infused mini film for “Bullet Train to Iowa”  

The Metal Band, Magg Dylan, have released their next single/video “Pawns” with Eclipse Records (4/9). At times the greatest expression of frustrations bleeds itself over into lyrics, vocals, strings, and a beat. “Pawns” is that collection that rides itself through the metal power of who Magg Dylan is – their music sets a standard. The vocal expression plays a power-hungry performance – together their band sanctifies the simple into the metal foray of unabashed truth. “Pawns” speaks through, so play it loudly.  

‘A Night of Emperial Wrath 2021’ is set to take place on May 23rd and will include guest appearances from ex-members Mortiis and Faust.  

Italian technical death metal band HIDEOUS DIVINITY releases their second brutal single and visualizer video “Chestburst” today. Watch the video below… The track is off their forthcoming EP LV-426, which is set for release via Century Media Records on April 23rd. “That persistent beat in James Horner’s ‘Face Huggers’ theme from the movie score… it all starts there. If ‘Acheron Stream of Woe’ is the epic theme, then ‘Chestburst’ is the crazy fast escape tune. It’s the soundtrack of alien drones hunting the Colonial Marine squad. And no, there’s no happy ending,“ states HIDEOUS DIVINITY about the track. Italian based technical Death Metal... 

Marvel dropped a new Loki trailer today. Loki will start streaming on Disney+ on June 11th. Tell us what you think.  

Crobot and Mascot Records have announced the global release of an EP titled Rat Child on June 18. The complete track listing features “Mountain” (featuring Frank Bello), “Kiss It Goodbye” (featuring Howard Jones), “Everyone Dies,” (featuring Stix Zadina), and “Rat Child.”  

– Marty Friedman and The Players Club / Mascot Label Group have released a third instant gratification track titled “Kaze Ga Fuiteiru” in front of the April 16 release of Tokyo Jukebox 3. The reveal follows the prior release of instant grat. tracks “The Perfect World”  

The Bronx, the Los Angeles’ “rabid, feisty… and unrelenting” (Consequence of Sound) rock band whose sequential discography has seen the group through a nearly two-decade career, release the Joe Baressi-produced album Bronx VI on Aug. 27 via Cooking Vinyl.  

POP EVIL have debuted their new single “Set Me Free” today (3/19) along with announcing May 21 as the release date for their much-anticipated sixth full-length album VERSATILE via Entertainment One (eOne). The release finds the Michigan rock heavyweights pushing their instantly distinctive sound to uncharted territories, expertly balancing the styles they’ve explored on recent tracks “Let The Chaos Reign,” “Work” and “Breathe Again,” of which the latter two have blasted on to the Top 10 Rock charts joining previous #1 hits “Waking Lions,” “Footsteps,” “Deal with the Devil,” “Trenches” and “Torn to Pieces,” which was certified GOLD by the RIAA in 2020.  

Nashville underground trio YAUTJA make their Relapse Records debut with their highly anticipated new album, The Lurch, out May 21, 2021.  

Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and Sons of Apollo vocalist Jeff Scott Soto have been collaborating on some new material recently under the moniker ELLEFSON-SOTO. The Ellefson-Soto version of the Riot classic “Swords & Tequila” released via Ellefson’s Combat Records on www.ellefsonmusic.bandcamp.com and across all digital streaming outlets.The song was originally featured on the 1981 Riot LP Fire Down Under (Elektra). The play through video can be seen below… The track was produced by David Ellefson & Andy Martongelli, mixed by Alessio Garavello in Wembley, England and mastered by Maor Appelbaum in Los Angeles, CA. The video is directed by Elia Turra for Fisheye Studio in Verona, Italy. The ELLEFSON-SOTO... 

While the worldwide pandemic pretty much wiped out the music industry over the past year with its large gathering restrictions, Brooklyn, NY’s Life of Agony has been using their downtime to put the finishing touches on their upcoming full-length documentary The Sound of Scars. Watch the trailer below… The project began two years ago by UK-based director Leigh Brooks and was filmed across several countries while Life of Agony was on and off the road. “This isn’t a typical music documentary. It’s as personal as it gets.” explains Brooks. “I first saw the band live at the London Astoria in 1996. Since then, LOA has become an absolute go to when I felt alone and insecure about myself. This film is... 

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