Thrice have been writing new music, while out on the road. The band posted the following:
Time for the next edition of Metal Anarchy’s “new music showcase,” the feature where I introduce you to up and coming bands that readers of this site may find interesting. This time I have an exclusive Q&A with Swedish hard rockers Crow Country Outlaw.
METAL ANARCHY: Tell me a little bit about your band:
CROW COUNTRY OUTLAW: We are a hard rock band with roots in blues, country and punk. We have been playing for almost 4 years now and during that time we have released one album, toured some of Europe and are currently working on our second album and tour.
METAL ANARCHY: Who are your main influences?
CROW COUNTRY OUTLAW: We have a lot of influences but some we have in common are Kiss, Guns N’ Roses, and Nirvana.
METAL ANARCHY: What is your latest release and why should readers of this site check it out?
CROW COUNTRY OUTLAW: Our latest release is a punk-anthem called ’’Break Through The Wall’’ – which we released last year only as a live video. This song is for all of you who feel affected and angry about how mainstream and social media portraits the world as a dark and dangerous place to live. It is a song about not being afraid but also to take a stand for those who are in that gloomy mind state and show them that you can’t cease to live just because times get tough. You got to stay true to what is right and also not ignore what is wrong but do something about it.
METAL ANARCHY: What can people expect when they go to your live shows?
CROW COUNTRY OUTLAW: A lot of action, a lot of groove and a lot of laughs and energy.
METAL ANARCHY: Where do you see your band heading in 5 years?
CROW COUNTRY OUTLAW: Touring more of the world with a couple more of fantastic records out there with a whole legion of friends and fans coming out to share the excitement.
Lzzy Hale (Halestorm) teamed up with Amos Heller (Taylor Swift), Bryan Wickmann (ex-Seether), Christopher Williams (Accept), Meta Dead (The Dead Deads), Brandon Bruce (Time Trap), etc. at the special “Say Hello 2 Heaven” Chris Cornell tribute concert on June 23 at The Basement East in Nashville, TN. You can see footage of Hale singing Temple Of The Dog’s “Hunger Strike” and Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” at the event below:
Soften The Glare, the band featuring Mudvayne’s Ryan Martinie, have reveled that their new album “Making Faces,” will officially be released on September 1. You can also get a copy early at any of the following shows:
07/12 High Point, NC – Yesterday’s Music
07/13 Lexington, NC – High Rock Outfitters
07/14 Sevierville, TN – Club 1341
Danny Worsnop (Asking Alexandria) has posted a video of him performing an acoustic version of his song “Quite A While.” This track is from his solo country album “The Long Road Home.”
The lineup has been revealed for the 2017 Blue Ridge Rock Festival. The event will take place on September 9 at the Phase 2 Festival Grounds in Lynchburg, VA, and it will include: Scott Stapp, Everlast, Drowning Pool, Twiztid, Sick Puppies, Dope, Adema, Saliva, Trapt, Ill Niño, Texas Hippie Coalition, Moonshine Bandits, (hed)p.e., Orgy, Saving Abel, Crazy Town, Tantric, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Flaw, Whitney Peyton, Almost Kings, Something Clever, Reliance Code, Media Downfall, Razorz Edge, Hardrive Crew, Hateful Bones, Demyze, GypsyRoad, Shun The Raven, and LNV.
Nothing More have premiered a new video for their song “Go To War.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Stories We Tell Ourselves,“ which will be released on September 15.