King Parrot Premiere New Song “Die Before You Die”

King Parrot have premiered a new song tilted “Die Before You Die,” via Decibel. This track is from their new album “Ugly Produce,” which will be released on September 22.

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The band commented:

“This track was one of the last we put together when we were writing the album. It’s got a real thrash vibe to it, but also features some of the slowest and sludgiest moments from our forthcoming album.

The lyrics touch on breaking out of the mold that’s expected of you in society, and pissing caution to the wind. It’s effectively what we’ve had to do to get this band out of Australia. If you live like you’ve already died, or approach life from that mindset, you can get through most things without fear.”

The Fever (letlive., The Chariot, Etc.) Premiere New Video For “We’re Coming In”

The Fever, the new band featuring letlive.’s Jason Butler, The Chariot’s Stephen Harrison, and Night Verses’ Aric Improta, previously released a new song titled “We’re Coming In,” and have now shared a video for the track. The clip was filmed during the band’s unauthorized first show, which took place July 4 at Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, CA. The group’s second show will be held at The Roxy in Hollywood, CA on August 31.

Watch Official Music Video For “Let Him Burn” From “American Satan” Film

A new video has been released for The Relentless’ “Let Him Burn.” That fictional band will be featured in the new film “American Satan,” which was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. The movie will hit theaters on October 13, and will feature musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), and Sebastian Bach, as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, and John Bradley, wrestler Bill Goldberg, and porn star Tori Black. The song “Let Him Burn” was written by Born Of Osiris guitarist Lee McKinney, and it can be purchased HERE. It is worth noting that Biersack doesn’t actually sing on the track due to contractual reasons.

10 Years Premiere New Song “Novacaine”, Reveal Details For New Album “(How To Live) As Ghosts”

10 Years have premiered a new song titled “Novacaine.” This song is from their new album “(How To Live) As Ghosts,” which will be released on October 27.

“(How To Live) As Ghosts” is significant due to the fact that it marks the return of Brian Vodinh and Matt Wantland. Vodinh was in charge of drums and guitars in the studio, and will handle guitar duties live as well. Wantland will also be on guitar, while Chad Huff has been moved over to bass. The lineup is completed by Kyle Mayer, who will continue to handle drumming duties at live shows, and of course, vocalist Jesse Hasek. Hasek said the following about these lineup shifts:

“It’s funny. I named our last record ‘From Birth To Burial‘ because I thought it was our final record. It just didn’t feel like 10 Years without Brian and Matt, and having them back is really a reunion of the core writing team. This new record actually feels like a real rebirth for the band.”

He also added the following about “Novacaine“:

“Six albums and a hundred songs in, I wondered if I’ve already written my best stuff. But at some point, you start to get real adult problems. You see people go from such optimism in their 20s to having life just beat them down later. I think we all kind of get desensitized and numb to life on some level. That’s what this song is about.”

“(How To Live) As Ghosts” Track Listing:

01. “The Messenger”
02. “Novacaine”
03. “Burnout”
04. “Catacombs”
05. “Ghosts”
06. “Blood Red Sky”
07. “Phantoms”
08. “Vampires”
09. “Halos”
10. “Lucky You”
11. “Insomnia”

Tour Dates:

09/03 Mt Pleasant, MI – Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort (feat. Five Finger Death Punch)
09/20 Peoria, IL – Crusens Farmington
09/21 Green Bay, WI – EdgeFest
09/22 Rockford, IL – District Bar And Grill
10/13 Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine (feat. Black Map & Brave The Royals)
10/14 Winchester, VA – Blue Fox Billiards (feat. Otherwise)
10/15 Morgantown, WV – Schmitt’s (feat. Otherwise)
10/17 Pittsburgh, PA – Diesel (feat. Red)
10/19 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club (feat. Red)
10/20 Lynchburg, VA – Phase 2 (feat. Red)
10/21 New York, NY – Highline Ballroom (feat. Red)
10/23 Greensboro, NC – The Blind Tiger (feat. Red)
10/25 Darlington, SC – Carolina Night Live (feat. Red)
10/26 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (feat. Red)
10/27 Destin, FL – Club L.A. (feat. Pop Evil, Red &Otherwise)
10/28 Cape Coral, FL – Dixie Roadhouse (feat. Pop Evil &Otherwise)
10/29 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues (feat. Red)
10/31 Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theatre (feat. Red)
11/03 Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s (feat. Red)
11/04 Sauget, IL – Pop’s (feat. Red)
11/05 Joliet, IL – The Forge (feat. Red)
11/07 Racine, WI – Route 20 (feat. Red)
11/08 Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall (feat. Red)
11/10 Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s (feat. Red)
11/11 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue (feat. Red)
12/08 Nashville, TN – The High Watt (“Killing All That Holds You” performance)