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Exclusive Premiere of SERPENT SERVANT SLAVE’s New Music Video for “Whatchu Doin’ Wanting More?”

WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF SERPENT SERVANT SLAVE’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “WHATCHU DOIN’ WANTING MORE?” ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM Headless is the debut album from Serpent Servant Slave, the newest group assembled by Jesse Smith (Zao, Gods, Jesse Smith & The Holy Ghost).

Exclusive Premiere of DANCER’s Debut Single and Music Video for “Lost in Blue”

WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF DANCER’S NEW SINGLE AND MUSIC VIDEO FOR “LOST IN BLUE” ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM. Formed from the ashes of Acadia, Portland alternative rockers Dancer have delivered their debut single, “Lost in Blue.” Heart-on-sleeve, piercing and unequivocally honest, “Lost in Blue” is a compelling arrival on the scene from the Maine quartet.

MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE: A Decade of Danger and Why the Fabulous Killjoys Age Better...

Halloween 2019 seems like a lifetime ago, when My Chemical Romance announced their December reunion show and sent scores of mid 2000s Hot Topic shoppers to emo heaven after a long six years of inactivity. What’s even harder to fathom is the fact that their last full-length outing, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, turns a decade old this year.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: The Music Community Supports Black Lives Matter

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by police officer Derek Chauvin. Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for approximately eight minutes and 46 seconds. Floyd was unarmed and handcuffed during the strangulation. Since Floyd’s death, numerous musicians, bands, records labels, and industry professionals have participated in the BLM movement in various ways.

EXCLUSIVE: PERPETUAL DOOM (All That Remains, TV’s Ghost Hunters/Ghost Nation, Split Shift) Announces Reunion...

Perpetual Doom, a western Massachusetts metal staple, had called it a day in 2000. Phil Labonte went on to Shadows Fall and then All That Remains, Ken Robert and William Brault to Split Shift, and Steve Gonsalves went on to star on TV’s Ghost Hunters. 20 years later, the band is back and ready to revisit their death metal past.

Exclusive Premiere of SERIOUS MATTERS Lead Single “Sixth or 6th”

LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF SERIOUS MATTERS’ LEAD SINGLE “SIXTH OR 6TH” ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM FROM THE BAND’S UPCOMING RELEASE OF MISTAKING WASPS FOR DRAGONFLIES. New Jersey alternative rockers Serious Matters have detailed their upcoming debut album. Mistaking Wasps for Dragonflies is out August 7th, and the band has also released a brand new song, “Sixth or 6th,” exclusively on today.

EXCLUSIVE: TYLER STROETZEL Releases New Single “Flood the Gates” featuring Bjorn “Speed” Strid of...

“Flood the Gates” comes from the upcoming album Dark Verses, which releases on 6/22 on Tyler's own label, 31 Records, and was mixed and mastered by Joe Cocchi of Within The Ruins with additional engineering and tracking by Jim Fogarty (All That Remains, Killswitch Engage). “Flood the Gates” will be available everywhere digitally for sale and streaming at 6pm on June 6th (6/6/6pm).

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: MANGATA Shares Video Commentary for “Hi Lvl Talk”

Progressive pop band Mangata will release a new version of their previous EP, Hososhi, on June 19th. The band has created a series of video commentaries highlighting their creative process and the backstory of all of the Hososhi songs, leading up to the release of a brand new single, coming soon! Watch them discuss the song “Hi Lvl Talk,” today at!


If you have been impacted by the recent events, take a break - there is a lot going on and sometimes we all just need a minute. Take that minute. Help the family of George Floyd. Fight for Breonna Taylor. Help the family of Ahmaud Arbery. Want to help protesters? Donate to one or more community bail funds. Visit Movement For Black Lives for additional ways you can help the cause. Want to connect with leaders building grassroots campaigns? Are you an ally and want to learn more? Here are some anti-racism resources.


As you’ve all surely experienced over the last month plus of our current Coronavirus quarantine, there are only a finite amount of things to do while we’re all staying at home—clean and organize your house, binge watch Netflix, exercise, sleep, eat, drink (heavily), and listen to music. And no matter what activity from that list you choose to partake in, music is the perfect accompaniment.