Tengger Cavalry Regroup, Premiere “Heart” Music Video

Just four days after the February 23 release of their latest album “Cian Bi,“ Tengger Cavalry announced that they would be calling it quits. Now, the band have decided to regroup. You can check out a new video for the radio edit of their new song “Heart” below. It is much shorter than the standard version of the track, which is 13 minutes long.

Nature Ganganbaigal told Billboard the following about the song:

“It is a long 13 min track featuring multiple nomadic folk artists from China and few amazing American musicians. As the song title suggests, it is a song dedicated to all of my fans who put their hearts into what they truly love and believe.”

He also commented on the band’s return:

“After a long break, it is great to feel like creating what I love again. Moreover I am more than grateful to have all the band members, friends, fans and ppl around me to give a support for relaunching the band. It is more than a passion. It is a cultural project that I intend to share with everyone and I will do my best to keep on going. Last but not least, I want to thank Napalm Records for believing in me and giving me time to heal even when I was in my darkest hours.”

You can head to Billboard to read more and can also donate to the band’s crowdfunding campaign so they can play at Carnegie Hall in New York City once again.

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As I Lay Dying Premiere “My Own Grave” Music Video, Confirm Classic Lineup Reunion

As I Lay Dying have premiered a new video for their new song “My Own Grave.” The clip also confirms that the band’s classic lineup, featuring Tim Lambesis, Nick Hipa, Josh Gilbert, Jordan Mancino and Phil Sgrosso, have officially reunited. The track serves as the group’s first new music in six years. With this news, the band have also announced that they will be performing at the SOMA Sidestage in San Diego, CA on June 16. Lambesis infamously tried to hire a hitman to kill his wife in 2013 and was released from prison in December 2016. He has since apologized for his actions.

As I Lay Dying Reunion Rumored To Feature Classic Lineup Members

As I Lay Dying recently shared a tease of some new music and the clip offered a glimpse of their current lineup. There is no official confirmation as of yet, but sites like Rock Feed, Lambgoat, and MetalSucks are reporting that the video contains some pieces of evidence (tattoos, mannerisms, instruments, etc.) that seem to suggest Jordan Mancino, Phil Sgrosso, Nick Hipa, and Josh Gilbert will be rejoining Tim Lambesis in the group. On top of that, Wovenwar, the band the others made after As I Lay Dying, hasn’t been active for months. Lambesis was released from prison in December 2016 after trying to hire a hitman to kill his wife in 2013, and his bandmates, especially Hipa, were understandably critical of his actions.

Bleed The Sky Return From Hiatus

Bleed The Sky have officially returned and are currently working on a new album for a tentative 2019 release. The band’s current lineup includes: Wayne Miller (guitar), Noah Robinson (vocals), Dave Culbert (guitar), Kevin Garcia (guitar), and Austin D’Amond (drums).

WE’RE BACK! #bleedthesky

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Bon Jovi Reunites With Richie Sambora & Alec John Such At Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

During the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony in Cleveland, OH last night (April 14), Bon Jovi reunited with guitarist Richie Sambora, who hasn’t performed with the band since 2013, and bassist Alec John Such, who hasn’t performed with the band since a one-off show in 2001. Together they played “Livin’ On A Prayer,” ”You Give Love A Bad Name,” and “It’s My Life.”

#rockhall2018

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Vomitory Announce Their Return

Vomitory have officially announced their return. The band said the following:

“For 24 years, Swedish death metal legends Vomitory laid waste to stages all over the world and released eight successful albums before laying down their arms in 2013. In 2017, they reunited for one show to honor an old friend. The band had such a good time playing again that the thought of future battles together started to grow like a seed in blood-drenched soil. 2019 will mark the 30th anniversary of Vomitory’s supreme death metal and prove to be the perfect year to celebrate by wreaking havok to stages all over the planet again. Death metal supremacy!”