Toothgrinder Cover Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”

Toothgrinder have released a cover of Fleetwood Mac‘s “The Chain.“ You can check that out below:

The band said the following:

“As a child, my father’s three favorite groups were CSNY, Fleetwood Mac and The Allman Brothers. I grew accustomed to southern rock from an early age. As a lyricist, I subconsciously write in that frame of mind. I LOVE a good story written through song. Fleetwood Mac in particular has always held a special place in my heart.

During the making of Phantom Amour I needed a break from the recording process to go clear my head. I cruised down to Luray, Virginia through the skyline drive to get some perspective on what I was doing. I parked myself on a stool at an Irish pub somewhere in town. Half in the bag, I listened to Fleetwood Mac’s, “The Chain”.

I than began writing the lyrics to our ballad “Jubilee”. There is something about associating music with my surrounding’s that has always captivated me. Music to me has always seemed like a fantastical theme song to a particular point in time. I wanted to pay homage to the legend’s that helped me write my favorite and most personal song yet.

Considering the impact Fleetwood Mac had on the Phantom Amour writing process, The Chain was the obvious choice. It has this beautiful twang that is so far from anything we have ever done, that I wanted to capture that as well as we could. I hope we did it justice, and without a doubt I am extremely grateful we had an opportunity to do something like this. Gratitude is everything.”

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Tom Morello Streams Cover Of AC/DC’s “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”

Tom Morello (Prophets Of Rage, Rage Against The Machine) is streaming his reworked cover of AC/DC‘s “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” via Rolling Stone. You can check that out HERE. The track will appear Appleseed Recordings’ 21st anniversary compilation, “Appleseed 21st Anniversary: Roots And Branches,” which is set to be released on October 19. Jim Musselman, founder and president of Appleseed, commented:

“Tom is someone I deeply admire for his music and commitment to social justice. ‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’ is a parody of the original song; Tom wrote it to reflect US foreign policy. It hits at the core of so many things our country is dealing with. With the new songs on the first CD of Roots and Branches, I wanted to cover many major issues facing this country: gun control, heroin deaths, the US border, anti-war and violence, the environment, racism and so much more. We as a label have taken stances on so many issues over the 21 years we have been around. We are proud of being on the right side of so many of those issues with our music and our artists.”

Andy Black (Black Veil Brides) Premieres New Video For His Cover Of “My Way”

Black Veil Brides’ Andy Biersack, aka Andy Black, has premiered a new video for his cover of “My Way.“ That track is a Frank Sinatra classic that was later covered by the Sex Pistols. Biersack said the following about the Patrick Fogarty directed clip:

“We had so much fun doing this one! Growing up I used to film my ‘concerts’ in my room with the family home video camera (many of these videos are projected on the wall in the “They Don’t Need to Understand video 😂) and we wanted to capture that same sort of feeling of being silly and singing like you’re alone in your room with no one judging. Thank you to all of the wonderful people who appeared in the video and made it so much fun!”

Listen To Pallbearer’s Cover Of “Run Like Hell” From Upcoming Pink Floyd “The Wall” Tribute Album

Pallbearer are streaming their cover of Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell” via Revolver. You can check that out HERE. The track will be featured on Magnetic Eye Records‘ Pink Floyd “The Wall” tribute album, “The Wall [Redux]“, which will be released on November 9.

Track Listing:

Side A:

01. In the Flesh? – The Melvins
02. The Thin Ice – Low Flying Hawks
03. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 1 – Ghastly Sound
04. The Happiest Days of Our Lives – Sergeant Thunderhoof
05. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2 – Sasquatch
06. Mother – ASG

Side B:

01. Goodbye Blue Sky – Mos Generator
02. Empty Spaces – Domkraft
03. Young Lust – The Slim Kings
04. One of My Turns – Worshipper
05. Don’t Leave Me Now – Spaceslug
06. When the Tigers Broke Free – Year of the Cobra
07. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 3 / Goodbye Cruel World – Greenleaf

Side C:

01. Hey You – Summoner
02. Is There Anybody Out There? – Scott Reeder
03. Nobody Home – Mark Lanegan
04. Vera – Ruby the Hatchet
05. Bring the Boys Back Home – Sunflo’er
06. Comfortably Numb – Mars Red Sky

Side D:

01. The Show Must Go On – Open Hand
02. In the Flesh – Solace
03. Run Like Hell – Pallbearer
04. Waiting for the Worms – WhiteNails
05. Stop – Blue Heron
06. The Trial – Church of The Cosmic Skull
07. Outside the Wall – Yawning Man

A companion album, titled “Best Of Pink Floyd [Redux],” will be released on the same day and it will feature the following songs:

01 – Howling Giant – Matilda Mother
02 – Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard – Lucifer Sam
03 – Los Disidentes del Sucio Motel – Welcome To The Machine
04 – Creepers – Us And Them
05 – Red Mesa – Breathe
06 – Ruby The Hatchet – Pigs (Three Different Ones)
07 – Domkraft – One of These Days
08 – Forming The Void – Fearless
09 – Year Of The Cobra – Have A Cigar
10 – T-Tops – The Nile Song
11 – Segeant Thunderhoof – Time
12 – Somnuri – Sheep
13 – Yawning Man – Mudmen