Slipknot Unleash Brutal New Song “The Chapeltown Rag,” Live Streaming Knotfest Los Angeles Concert Event 11/5

At the stroke of midnight on Thursday evening, Iowa-based masked metal marauders Slipknot premiered “The Chapeltown Rag,” the band’s first new song in two years. A pummeling exercise in aggression and precise instrumentation, the track is a preview of a forthcoming album, which will be the first since 2019’s darkly haunting We Are Not Your… Continue reading Slipknot Unleash Brutal New Song “The Chapeltown Rag,” Live Streaming Knotfest Los Angeles Concert Event 11/5

Scorpions Debut “Peacemaker,” 19th Studio Album ‘Rock Believer’ Coming in February (Pre-Order)

German hard rock icons Scorpions will release a new album, the band’s 19th, on Feb. 25, 2022 — and Rock Believers was previewed on Thursday with typically roaring anthem called “Peacemaker.” Give it a listen below: Some words about the track, per a news release: “The first thing that came to my mind,” remembers SCORPIONS… Continue reading Scorpions Debut “Peacemaker,” 19th Studio Album ‘Rock Believer’ Coming in February (Pre-Order)

IDLES Previews New Album ‘Crawler’ with “Car Crash,” Plays ‘Kimmel’ and On Sold-Out US Tour

Idles (Photo: Tom Ham)

These are exceptionally busy times for IDLES. The Bristol, UK-based band is set to release its fourth album, Crawler, on Nov. 12, and is currently out on a big, mostly sold-out U.S. tour that wraps next week, ahead of more sold-out shows back home overseas. To preview the new album, IDLES debuted a new song/video… Continue reading IDLES Previews New Album ‘Crawler’ with “Car Crash,” Plays ‘Kimmel’ and On Sold-Out US Tour

Boston Manor Embraces the ’90s Vibes on Slick, Focused New ‘Desperate Times Desperate Pleasures’ EP — Listen

English pop-punk/rock band Boston Manor took a big stylistic leap forward in 2020 with Glue, its third full-length album, which came out during in the height of the pandemic via Pure Noise Records. Adding electronic touches to the band’s sound, the result was a captivating album that defied genre classification and exorcised sentiments of anxiety… Continue reading Boston Manor Embraces the ’90s Vibes on Slick, Focused New ‘Desperate Times Desperate Pleasures’ EP — Listen

Spiritualized: ‘Everything Was Beautiful’ LP Coming in February; Stream “Always Together With You”

On Feb. 25, Spiritualized — the English “space-rock” project helmed by multi-instrumentalist Jason Pierce, a.k.a “J Spaceman,” will return with a new album titled Everything Was Beautiful. It will be the ninth Spiritualized album to date and the follow-up to 2018’s And Nothing Hurt. Everything Was BeautifulOut Feb 25th 2022Available to pre-order now.Limited edition boxset… Continue reading Spiritualized: ‘Everything Was Beautiful’ LP Coming in February; Stream “Always Together With You”

Porcupine Tree Re-Emerges with “Harridan,” New Album (First Since 2009) and Tour Coming in 2022

Porcupine Tree (Photo: Alex Lake)

Prog-metal group Porcupine Tree dropped some major and unexpected news on Monday: It’s back. After all but calling it quits in 2010 after touring in support of 2009’s The Incident, the band re-emerged with an epic eight-minute new song, “Harridan,” to accompany news of a reformation, new album due next year and subsequent tour dates.… Continue reading Porcupine Tree Re-Emerges with “Harridan,” New Album (First Since 2009) and Tour Coming in 2022

Set It Off Debuts Neon-Soaked Self-Actualization Anthem “Skeleton,” Announces 2022 Tour

Dynamic pop/punk band Set It Off has amassed a strong following for its extremely high-energy live shows and irreverently unpredictable musical style — and on Monday, the band ushered in a new era once again. Debuting a music video for a song called “Skeleton,” Set It Off previewed a new record titled Elsewhere, which will… Continue reading Set It Off Debuts Neon-Soaked Self-Actualization Anthem “Skeleton,” Announces 2022 Tour

Papa Roach Shares Hopeful New Song, “Dying to Believe,” a High-Energy Call to Action

Papa Roach (Photo: Darren Craig)

More than two decades removed from their explosive 2000 debut Infest, Papa Roach soldiers on — and on Friday, the long-running hard rock/alt band premiered a new song, “Dying to Believe.” Recent years have found the group advancing its sound ever so slightly, while retaining many of the signature elements that made it one of… Continue reading Papa Roach Shares Hopeful New Song, “Dying to Believe,” a High-Energy Call to Action

Elvis Costello & The Imposters Share the Rhythmic “Magnificent Hurt,” New Album ‘The Boy Named If’ Out in January

As the years roll on, so does Elvis Costello. Coming Jan. 14, 2022, Costello and the Imposters will return with a new studio album titled The Boy Named If, as officially detailed this week. New album ‘The Boy Named If’ is coming January 14th! The new single, "Magnificent Hurt”, is just one of the urgent,… Continue reading Elvis Costello & The Imposters Share the Rhythmic “Magnificent Hurt,” New Album ‘The Boy Named If’ Out in January

The War on Drugs: Stream “Change” Ahead of New Album ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’ Out 10/29

This Friday, Oct. 29, Philadelphia-based indie band The War on Drugs will release I Don’t Live Here Anymore, its first studio album in four years. As a final preview of the anticipated record, the ensemble debuted a new track, “Change,” on Tuesday. Led by steady guitars and customarily passionate vocals from band leader Adam Granduciel,… Continue reading The War on Drugs: Stream “Change” Ahead of New Album ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’ Out 10/29