Canadian rock icons OUR LADY PEACE have debuted the latest installment of their mini-music video series featuring YouTube star Matthew Santoro, with the video clip for the track “Nice to Meet You.” Taken from Volume 1 of their first new album in the past five years –“Somethingness” — the video explores a unique look into personal stories that happen every day, all around us in a new light.
Beasto Blanco, the band fronted by long time Alice Cooper bassist Chuck Garric, will release “Live From Berlin” on Jan. 19, 2018 via Rat Pak Records. “Live From Berlin” was recorded at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany during the 2016 sold-out Böhse Onkelz tour.
King’s X guitarist Ty Tabor will release his all new solo effort “Alien Beans” January 12, 2018 via Rat Pak Records. “Alien Beans” is a double disc album that features 10 all new studio tracks and a “best of” compilation disc featuring 11 newly re-mixed and re-mastered tracks from Ty’s previous releases.
“If Gomez and Morticia Addams melted together with Ike and Tina Turner and encourage all the ghouls in the audience to dance and shake their tail feathers, horns, and claws in the aisles. It’s a fancy party rock song. It has rock ‘n roll elements but it wants you to start moving and dancing. If you want to smile and feel good, this is your jam.”
Pixies and Weezer have announced a massive, co-headline seven-week North American tour for Summer 2018. Presented by Live Nation, the tour has dates starting June 23 in Tampa, Florida and will wrap in Phoenix, Arizona on August 12. The Wombats will support as first of three from June 23 – July 15, with support for the tour’s second half to be announced shortly.
INK’s latest offering is “LOOM,” a pretty incredible and wide-ranging effort from this Alexandroupolis, Greece-based band. “LOOM” was originally released in 2016, but it is only recently that the music reached the ears of foreign shores in the United States.
Grammy nominated recording artist and iconic guitarist MARTY FRIEDMAN reveals a brand new music video featuring his touring bandmates for the aggressively melodic single, “Self Pollution”, taken from his groundbreaking new album, “Wall of Sound”, via PROSTHETIC RECORDS.
“I have had to draft a disconcerting number of obituaries in recent years, mourning the loss of individuals who were either very close to me or of distinct importance to my life. But this obituary is by far the most difficult one to write.
Because Martin Eric Ain was unique beyond any description.”