In Hearts Wake have premiered a new video for their new song “Passage.” This song is from the band’s new album “Ark,” which will be released on May 26.
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Carach Angren have premiered a new song titled “Charlie,” via Metal Injection. This song is from their new album “Dance And Laugh Among The Rotten,” which will be released on June 16.
The band commented:
“We proudly present the next track from our upcoming album ‘Dance And Laugh Amongst The Rotten‘ called ‘Charlie‘. It will draw you right into the first chapter of an unsettling journey, setting an ominous dark paranormal tone. ‘Charlie‘ has everything and more of what you may expect from us: a darkness brought forth by unsettling haunting melodies, piercing riffs, and bloodcurdling storytelling.”
We Start Wars, the new band featuring Nita Strauss (Alice Cooper), Alicia Vigil (Vigil Of War), Shauna Lisse, Nicole Papastavrou, Katt Scarlett (Femme Fatale), and Lindsay Martin, have premiered a new song titled “The Animal Inside,” via Revolver. You can check that out below. The group will play their first live show on May 25 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California.
Strauss commented on the band’s name:
“A phrase I heard years ago has always stuck with me: ‘Some of the greatest wars in history were fought over a beautiful woman.’ I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of the female warrior, someone who fights her own battles and doesn’t take shit from anyone, and equally fascinated with the concept that a woman’s love or defending her honor would be worth so much that people would actually put their own lives and the lives of others at risk over it. The most famous story everyone thinks of first is of course, ‘The face that launched a thousand ships,’ Helen of Troy. But there was also Cleopatra and Marc Antony, Attila the Hun’s invasion of Rome, Richard the Lionheart rescuing his sister Joan of England during the crusades, General Wu Sangui’s betrayal, which led to the downfall of the Ming Dynasty in the 1600s, and the Celts uprising against the Roman Empire in AD 60. The list goes on and on. So that’s the story behind the name—We Start Wars represents not only the battles that women face in daily life, but also the battles that have followed them throughout history.”
Fire From The Gods have premiered a new video for their song “The Voiceless.” This song was produced by Jonathan Davis (Korn), and it is featured on the band’s “Narrative” reissue, “Narrative Retold.“ That release will be available on May 19.
Of Mice & Men have premiered a new video for their new song “Unbreakable.” This is the band’s first track without frontman Austin Carlile, who recently exited the group. With him gone, bassist/vocalist Aaron Pauley has stepped forward to take on all the vocals.
Oceano have premiered a new video for their new song “Human Harvest.” This song is from the band’s new album “Revelation,” which will be released on May 19.
Purson, who recently disbanded, decided to leave fans with one last single titled “Chocolate Money.” You can stream that via Spotify.
Rosalie Cunningham commented:
“‘Chocolate Money‘ is a snapshot of the ostentatious decadence of the ’70s. The mythical rock star character with his double-entendre and self-centred hedonism. The industry has become a very different world since then, which is something I will expand on lyrically with my next album. It has inspired my desire to go back to basics and remember what music is supposed to be about.”
“The past five years have been an unforgettable whirlwind, for which I have to thank our wonderful fans around the world, the band and all the people who have contributed to Purson’s success over the years. Their support has been overwhelming, but the Purson framework has gone as far as it could go, and now it’s simply time to move on. I feel strongly drawn to a more DIY approach to my career in music, and look forward to the freedom to explore many avenues as a solo artist.”