Stabbing Westward Sign Record Deal For New Album “Wasteland”

Stabbing Westward have signed a new deal with COP International for the release of their new album “Wasteland.” The band are currently working on the record with producer John Fryer.

Christopher Hall commented:

“I was so excited to have the opportunity to go back to the very roots of Stabbing Westward by working with John again. John really helped us develop our sound on our first album and then helped us take a huge leap forward with our second album. Even though this is our fifth full length, after such a long break it feels like a new beginning and it’s very cool to have John at the helm once again.”

Walter Flakus added:

“I couldn’t be more excited to be working with John again. The creativity we found on the first two records continues to drive where we want to take Stabbing Westward in the years to come. I’m so happy to rekindle that flame.”

All That Remains Stream New Songs “Everything’s Wrong” & “Wasteland”

All That Remains are streaming two new songs including “Everything’s Wrong” and “Wasteland.” These tracks will appear on the band’s new album “Victim Of The New Disease,” which is set to be released on November 9.

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats Premiere New Song “Shockwave City”

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats have premiered a new song titled “Shockwave City.” The track debuted over at Invisible Oranges, who also have an interview with Kevin Starrs. The band’s new album “Wasteland” will be released on October 12.

All That Remains Perform New Song “Wasteland” Live, Post New Teaser

During All That Remains’ September 18 show in Joliet, IL, the band played a new song titled “Wasteland.“ You can see footage of that below, along with another teaser for their upcoming album. As previously reported, the group recently released a new song called “Fuck Love” and perfomed it live as well.

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Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats Premiere New Song “Stranger Tonight”

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats have premiered a new song titled “Stranger Tonight,” via Loudwire. This track is from the band’s new album “Wasteland,” which will be released on October 12.

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats To Release New Album “Wasteland” In October

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats have announced that their new album “Wasteland“ will be released on October 12. The effort was recorded at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, CA

“Wasteland” Track Listing:

01. “I See Through You”
02. “Shockwave City”
03. “No Return”
04. “Blood Runner”
05. “Stranger Tonight”
06. “Wasteland”
07. “Bedouin”
08. “Exodus“

Mastermind Kevin Starrs commented:

“There’s not enough melody or harmony in new music for my liking. I wanted to go even further with all of that this time, and really force it down people’s throats! It’s important to me that someone keeps it going, especially in heavy music. I always write to my own tastes, so as long as it appeals to me, I don’t really think about it. But I would say that it’s all been an instinctive progression.”

He also added:

“We recorded the basic tracks the way we always do. Everyone in one room, live and straight to tape. We worked with a great engineer called Geoff Neal (Nine Inch Nails/Motörhead/Fuzz), who really understood what we were going for and how to capture it. Playing in the same room where so many classic albums were made definitely inspired us. Even small things like running the guitars through the same echo chamber that Van Halen used in the ’70s, it all added to the overall experience.”

Darkest Hour Premiere New Song “Wasteland”

Darkest Hour have released a new song, titled “Wasteland.” This is the first single, from their new self-titled album, which will be released on August 5.

The band issued the following statement:

“Beyond stoked to release the opening track “Wasteland” off of our upcoming release to all of you. The new self-titled album is very special to us. We have worked harder on this than anything else in our lives. This album explores both new and classic territory and this song is the first movement in that sonic journey. An opening statement for every dead god who worships the living. May all your tyrants fall!”

You can catch Darkest Hour, all summer long, at Mayhem Fest.