Rage Against The Machine played L.A. Rising in 2011 and that may have been the band’s last show. According to Blabbermouth, drummer Brad Wilk said the following in a recent interview:
“Well, as far as I know, we played our last show in 2011 at the Coliseum, and if that was our last show, that’s a good way to go out. I sort of had to put it in my head that that band is over in order for me to just move on with my life, to be honest with you, so that’s kind of where that lies. The Coliseum — awesome way to go out.”
Tom Morello also said something similar during an interview with Rolling Stone in 2012:
“Whether or not we ever play music again in any capacity is unknown. I’m grateful for the music we played together.”
With that being said, it appears as if the future of rage Against The Machine is uncertain.
(Image from RATM’s Facebook)
Suicide Silence will be releasing You Can’t Stop Me, which will be their first album with Ex-All Shall Perish vocalist, Eddie Hermida, as their new singer on July 15. Today (April 30) The PRP has reported that the band has reveled the artwork track listing and guests for the upcoming album. Guests include people like George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse, Greg Puciato of Dillinger Escape Plan etc.
01 – “M.A.L.“
02 – “Inherit The Crown“
03 – “Cease To Exist“
04 – “Sacred Words“
05 – “Control” (feat. George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher)
06 – “Warrior“
07 – “You Can’t Stop Me“
08 – “Monster Within” (feat. Greg Puciato)
09 – “We Have All Had Enough“
10 – “Ending Is The Beginning“
11 – “Don’t Die“
12 – “Ouroboros“
Special edition bonus tracks:
13 – “Blue Haze“
14 – “Last Breath” (Hatebreed Cover)
(album artwork from PRP)
According to Loudwire, Lacuna Coil have premiered a new music video for their song “I Forgive (But I Won’t Forget Your Name).” This song is from the band’s latest album, Broken Crown Halo, which was released April 1.
It Dies Today have premiered a new song titled “Son of Dawn, Brilliant Star,” on Lambgoat. This is the first taste of music from the metalcore act’s upcoming album. It is also the first song released since the return of Nicholas Brooks, who exited the band in 2006 and rejoined in 2014.
The band is also playing a “limited batch of shows to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of The Caitiff Choir.”
9/5 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance w/ Come The Dawn
9/6 Albany, NY @ Bogies w/ Come The Dawn
9/12 Amityville, NY @ Revolution w/ Scare Don’t Fear
9/13 Providence, RI @ Simons 677
9/19 Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
9/20 Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting Room
IKILLYA released their new album, Vae Victis, today and are now streaming it in its entirety on Loudwire.
Vocalist Jason Lekberg said the following:
“It’s finally here. Seems like a very long time ago that we started this album and I couldn’t be happier to be partnering with Loudwire for you to hear it now. This album is a refined, targeted, honed to a point IKILLYA and we hope you feel every note. Best of all, Loudwire is the perfect premiere for ‘Vae Victis’ as it’s meant to be played LOUD! Crank it up and get that guy you work with back for all the times he made you listen to Florida Georgia Line!!”
Black Stone Cherry are streaming their new album, Magic Mountain, one week before the release date on May 6.
The band said the following about the album:
“Not since before our first album have we felt the freedom and confidence that we felt while writing and recording this album. After touring the world behind three previous albums that we are extremely proud of, we feel this album best captures the live energy, honesty and vibe that encompasses our true musicianship.”
If you want to listen to Black Stone Cherry’s fourth studio album early, go to Yahoo! Music.
(album artwork from BSC’s Facebook)
According to Loudwire, Mastodon have revealed the album artwork, track listing and release date for Once More ‘Round The Sun. The album will be available on June 24.
Once More ‘Round The Sun Track Listing:
1. ‘Tread Lightly’
2. ‘The Motherload’
3. ‘High Road’
4. ‘Once More ‘Round The Sun’
5. ‘Chimes At Midnight’
6. ‘Asleep In The Deep’
7. ‘Feast Your Eyes’
8. ‘Aunt Lisa’
9. ‘Ember City’
11. ‘Diamond In The Witch House’
The first single, “High Road,” was released on April 17 and was made available for download on April 29.
(Album Artwork from Loudwire)