ARNA Dragged to a Lunar Grave SIGNAL REX 8/10 BLACK METAL: The debate still rages on about the necessity of record labels in the...
In a show of force for the band and the loud music genre overall, Knotfest, the music and counterculture experience created by the multi-platinum sonic phenomenon Slipknot, has today announced the band’s biggest Los Angeles headline performance yet, Knotfest Los Angeles.
Times of Grace—the side-project between current Killswitch Engage members Adam Dutkiewicz (vocals/guitar/bass) and Jesse Leach (vocals)—has returned with its expansive second full-length album, Songs of Loss and Separation, 10 years after its debut. Jesse recently spoke with us about the writing process for the new album, the lyrical inspiration, and what the future holds for Times of Grace.
Brew Ha Ha Productions has announced the highly anticipated return of Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival to Pittsburgh, PA for the first time since 2018. The Saturday, October 2 event in the lot at Sandcastle Waterpark will feature the best in punk rock music and regional craft beer.
LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF “I DIDN’T BREAK” FROM LINDSAY SCHOOLCRAFT AND GAIA GUARDA ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM Featured on the C Squared Underground Music Special compilation, fellow harpist Lindsay Schoolcraft(ex-Cradle of Filth) collaborated with Gaia Guarda on the song "I Didn't Break."
From the crooning, opening refrain of “We’re the only ones left alive” onward, ZEAL & ARDOR’s new single “Erase” demands attention.
Guitarist Dan Lorenzo of Cassius King tells us his influences and essentials that impacted his life and the band's new album Field Trip.
TIMES OF GRACE Songs of Loss and Separation WICKED GOOD/ADA 7/10 MELANCHOLIC METAL: Ten years after its 2011 debut album, The Hymn of a Broken Man,...
Rise Against today shared a new acoustic version of their soaring, impassioned rock hit “Nowhere Generation,” featuring vocals by Meg Myers, alongside a new video.
EX DEO has revealed their standout second single, “Boudicca (Queen Of The Iceni)” featuring the powerful pipes of Unleash The Archers frontwoman Brittney Slayes.