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Extreme Avant Garde duo MORA PROKAZA will be releasing their third full-length, ‘By Chance,’ via Season of Mist on July 3! The up and coming experimental duo combine the ferocious sounds of black metal with the street vibes of trap, tinges of industrial, and out-of-the-box instrumentation, creating a sound that is wholly unique and groundbreaking that you must hear it for yourself to truly grasp the artistic genius behind the Belarusian outfit. The first single, ‘Check It”.  

Hey all you ANTHRAX fans, Metalmachine.net is going back to the Metal Vaults and unearthing some classic videos from the last 25 years. Check out this rarely seen after show press conference from THE BIG 4 SHOW AT YANKEE STADIUM – 2011! The band had just gotten off stage and were talking to the press about The Big 4, Playing with SLAYER, METALLICA and MEGADETH and 9/11 and the Anthrax mail scare from some years ago!  

Following a successful virtual album release party, which took place last Thursday via Facebook, progressive sludge metal outfit BARISHI are now inviting fans from all over the world to attend their upcoming hometown performance from the comfort of your living rooms! The band will be live streaming their performance at The Stone Church in Brattleboro, VT on Saturday, May 2 @ 5:00 P.M. EDT via the following platforms and links:  

Metal band Images of Eden premiere their new music video for “Autumn Is Burning.” The song is from the band’s upcoming album, entitled Angel Born, which is currently in the works and expected to come later this year via Pavement Entertainment. Angel Born is being mixed and mastered by Bill Metoyer and is the follow-up to the band’s 2018 album, Soulrise. The music video for “Autumn Is Burning” was directed by Steve D. Dorssom.  

Jeff Scott Soto has released a surprise live album, “Live At Frontiers Rock Festival 2019” on all digital platforms. Today marks the one year anniversary of the performance captured in Milan, Italy on April 27, 2019 at the Frontiers Rock Festival.  

This week’s addition to the weekly series of live performances being streamed on KNOTFEST.COM and presented by Liquid Death Mountain Water, will be Trivium’s ferocious set from last year’s Download Festival. This week’s broadcast will air on Saturday April 25th at 8pm BST/ 3pm EDT / 12pm PDT and will feature a special video intro from Trivium frontman, Matt Heafy and a live chat with Trivium bassist, Paolo Gregoletto with the other members of the band joining the chat from their own accounts.  

Sons of a Tradesman are South Florida’s own sons who bring their raw gritty sound as they debut their first single “The Bandit” from their forthcoming EP ROAD TO NOWHERE due out in autumn of 2020.  

Ashes to Omens have played their hand once again and are bringing a hauntingly, melodically/metal blend of Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” to life. The song honors the original integrity of the wall, yet each brick laid by Ashes to Omens builds itself into a harder edge of interpretation that undeniably hits the backbone of rock fans and runs shivers down the spine of hard rockaholics.  

SKINLAB has released their brand new video for single “Amerikill.” The single is from the band’s latest record VENOMOUS, that was produced by Ulrich Wild, and released on October 25th, 2019, via Art is War Records.  

Multi-Platinum-selling rock band Puddle of Mudd premiere their new lyric video for “Sunshine.” The track comes from the band’s latest album, entitled Welcome to Galvania, which is available through Pavement Entertainment.  

For the better part of the past five years, top-charting masked metal machine MUSHROOMHEAD have been crafting the epic follow up to their monumental 2014 full-length album, The Righteous & The Butterfly – waiting ever-so-patiently to drop their next collection of anthems. The Cleveland collective make their prodigious return with the new full-length oeuvre, A Wonderful Life – the eighth release of their benchmark career – out June 19, 2020 via Napalm Records.  

There are always a lot of questions asked about California rock legends and effects pedal entrepreneurs Steel Panther. Are they sure heavy metal rules? Do they really play their instruments? Could they be my father? While the answer to all of these questions is YES, another question is what would have happened if Steel Panther chose a different genre of music?  

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