Charlotte Sands has premiered a new video for her latest single “Tantrum.” You can check that out below:
Sands said the following about the song:
“‘Tantrum’ is so special to me because since the first time I played it live, people immediately latched onto it and have been fighting for its release ever since. This song not only represents experiences of anxiety, panic, and rebellion throughout my life and career but also the journey and relationship between me and the people who have made my career possible. I’ve been playing it live for over a year now and I’m thankful for the people who have pushed me out of my comfort zone to release a song that without them would still be sitting in a folder somewhere on my phone. I am overwhelmed with excitement for this song to finally be out in the world, it’s been a year in the making (almost to the exact day) and I can’t wait to finally be able to throw a tantrum together.”
She also added the following about the video:
“It only felt right to make the video feel like a celebration of the shows and the people that have supported this song for so long. We made this video over the course of a few days while on tour and wanted it to feel like the people watching it were there with us, in the audience, or running through the streets of whichever city we happened to be in that night. Overall I wanted it to feel fun, and I wanted it to feel like finally letting go of the emotions that we are so often taught to bury down and hide. This video and this song are a rebellion against society’s expectations for us to “keep calm and carry on” instead of expressing ourselves honestly and openly without judgement.”
Aftermath have premiered a lyric video for the title track of their upcoming album “No Time To Waste.” You can check that out below. The band commented:
“The title track from the forthcoming album, ‘No Time To Waste’—words that everyone should live by in their daily lives. But the song is not about that. Rather it’s about all of us together having no time to waste as a free species. Everyone you talk to today says something isn’t right in the world and most can’t point out what it is that makes them feel that way. Their gut tells them something isn’t right. This song is about what we feel isn’t right with the world today and we urge people to wake up before it’s too late. It isn’t about being woke, but being awake. The song is at its core about unity and coming together to defeat our mutual enemy. Every great story has a hero and a villain. We the people are the hero in this song.”
Therion have premiered a new video for their new song “Marijin Min Nar.” This track is from the band’s new album “Leviathan II,” which will be released on October 28.
Guitarist Christofer Johnsson commented:
“When we did the songwriting for the Leviathan trilogy, it was basically me and Thomas Vikström that wrote everything. Nalle came up with one song and Christian Vidal came up with one too. But what they lacked in quantity, they made up with quality, as they both delivered a song that we thought was a good choice for a single.
Singles are usually the most commercial songs on an album, as the purpose of a single is not just to tease the fans, but also to throw out a hook to the general public and see if you catch some new listeners. ‘Marijin Min Nar’ is different in that regard, as it is not one of the more commercial songs. But instead, it is a ”regular” song that both ourselves, people at Nuclear Blast, and people we know who heard the album all found to be one of the most likable songs on the album. So we thought we’d have a go with this one as a single.”
Nandi Bushell has premiered a new video for her new song “The Shadows.” This track will appear on the musical prodigy’s upcoming EP “Into The Abyss.”
“Early in 2022 my Dad fell into a depression as his autoimmune disease worsened. It was a difficult time for our family. I wanted to help cheer my Dad up by writing a song for him. He would describe his feelings to me and I would put them into lyrics letting him know, I would be there for him.
My Dad is now doing much better, he is on medication that is helping with his autoimmune disease and has recovered from his depression.
If you are suffering from mental health issues, please reach out for help. If you know of any good charities, groups or organisation in your area please share them in the comments for others.
YOU ARE LOVED. THERE IS HOPE. “
She also told Consequence the following:
“I am really excited for people to see my art. I love performing covers and have so much fun making the cover videos, but I also want people to know how much I love writing music too.”
“I hope my song can also help other people who are feeling down. I want them to know they are loved, too, and can find help if they need it.”
Ellefson-Soto, the project featuring bassist David Ellefson (ex-Megadeth) and vocalist Jeff Scott Soto (Sons Of Apollo), have premiered a new song titled “The Reason.” This track is from the band’s new album “Vacation In The Underworld” which will be released on October 7.
HolyName (ex-Sleeping Giant) have premiered a new song titled “Creed (REV Gang).” This track features Eric Gregson (ex-xDeathstarx) and it will appear on the band’s self-titled debut album, which is set to be released on January 13.
“HolyName” track listing:
01. “Meet Me Somewhere Quiet”
02. “Creed (REV Gang)” (feat. xDeathstarx’s Eric Gregson)
03. “The Sect” (feat. Demon Hunter’s Ryan Clark)
04. “Fall On Your Knees” (feat. Impending Doom’s Brook Reeves)
05. “Open Skies”
06. “They See” (feat. Convictions’ Michael Felker)
07. “Celestial” (feat. Advent’s Joe Musten)
09. “Mr. Millestone” (feat. Impending Doom’s Brook Reeves)
10. “My Way”
12. “St. Dismas” (feat. Nothing Left)
Fire From The Gods have premiered a new video for their new song “World So Cold.” This track is from the band’s new album “Soul Revolution,” which will be released on October 28. AJ Channer commented:
“Part of our message is ‘innerstrength’ against any and everything. I’ve been through some real shit and I know people that listen to our band can relate. Despite the hard times, you have to keep your head up. Learn to live in a world so cold.”
96 Bitter Beings, the band featuring Deron Miller (ex-CKY), have premiered a new song titled “Fire Skyline.” This track is from the band’s new album “Synergy Restored,” which will be released on November 4. Miller commented:
“‘Fire Skyline‘ is simply about 3 teenagers, 2 boys and a girl, that conspire together to set Hollywood on fire at midnight. After successfully setting up their implements of arson, they head to to the roof of a 50 floor hotel. Sitting on the edge with their legs over the side, they pass around a bottle of vodka and watch the panic and chaos ensue. The sight of the horizon becoming a dark orange is the most incredible thing they’ve ever seen.”
A Killer’s Confession, the band featuring Waylon Reavis (ex-Mushroomhead), have premiered a new video for their new song “Be My Witness.” You can check that out below. On another note, the band are also currently on tour with Bloodywood. Here’s the dates:
09/30 Cambridge, MA – The Middle East Downstairs
10/01 New York, NY – The Gramercy Theater
10/03 Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen
10/04 St. Paul, MN – The Turf Club
10/06 Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
10/09 Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival
10/10 Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
10/11 Mesa, AZ – The Nile Theater
10/13 Dallas, TX – Studio at The Factory
Robert DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots) has announced that he will be releasing his debut solo album, “Lessons Learned,” on October 21. Pre-orders can be found HERE.
“Lessons Learned” Track Listing:
01. “Big Sky Woman”
02. “She Brings The Rain”
03. “Love Is Not Made Of Gold”
05. “Put Aside Your Sorrows”
06. “Lessons Learned”
07. “What Will Be”
09. “What’ll I Do”
10. “Is This Goodbye”
“The past few years of life have revealed many changes. This collection of songs represents what has transpired. The journey and gift of songwriting has played such an important role for me. It’s been a close companion throughout my life.”
The effort’s first single, “Love Is Not Made Of Gold,” can be found below. DeLeo added the following about that:
“I needed to confess my feelings on that ever so mystical word… LOVE. I wanted this song to come across in such a way that really hits where it hurts.”