Music and film have always had a relationship – through pop-infused soundtracks, films based on artists musical themes, and the entire musical genre. And recently, the soaring success of Bohemian Rhapsody and the positive response to Rocketman and Yesterday – three films about Queen, Elton John, and The Beatles, respectively – have made this relationship all the more apparent.
Imagine living on the road. Constantly. You’re surrounded by others, living out of a suitcase, and traveling the world. You go out on the road to play all types of shows, whether it’s a huge festival or a small venue. Every night you play on stage in front of energetic fans. Throughout the show, you’re bombarded by these fans, who are asking for autographs and pictures.
WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE OF DAMN YOUR EYES “THROUGH IT ALL” ON OUTBURN.COM. To coincide with the release of their debut full-length, Kill the Outside, out today, August 2, Damn Your Eyes has released a brand new video for the track “Through it All.”
WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE OF MY OWN WILL “IFRIT” ON OUTBURN.COM. My Own Will, a four piece heavy outfit from the backwoods of southeast Michigan, blurs the line between catchy, crowd-pleasing metalcore and the brutally raw sound of deathcore. The band is the first signing to newly launched metal label Death Toll Records, which released their new EP Disgust on July 30.
WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE OF SPARROWS “WORSHIP SONG” ON OUTBURN.COM. Failed Gods, due August 9 via Sound Anxiety, is the third full-length album for Sparrows, the post-hardcore outfit of Dan Thomson (vocals, guitar), Justin Sears (guitar) and Jon Busby (drums) along with new addition Jack Panic (bass).
“Li(f)e” is the latest single from Fargo, ND Metal band Glass Houses. It tackles the subject of life and death. It’s predicated on the notion that “death comes for us all” and wrestling with that fear and anxiety.
Summer is the time music fans look forward to the most—it’s finally festival season! In comes Rockstar’s Disrupt Festival to save the day.
And now, here it is, Ray Gun The Bible of Music & Style by Marvin Scott Jarrett (the founder of Ray Gun), from Rizzoli New York. With 256 pages, over 200 color and B&W photographs of the actual magazine pages, select interviews reproduced large enough to read, and contributions from Liz Phair, Wayne Coyne, Dean Kuipers, and Steve Heller…
For Father’s Day we spoke with Black Veil Brides first tour manager, merch manager, lighting director, driver, roadie, and so much more... Andy’s father Chris Biersack. With a daily active online presence of support for Andy, we had to find out more about the history of Chris and Andy’s incredible father son bond.
To preserve and celebrate the legacy of one of the greatest vocalists in rock and metal history, the Dio Returns tour features a holographic...