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Get to know The Rabblers with their single, “Isis”!

The Rabblers

Hailing from France, The Rabblers revisit 60 years worth or rock’n’roll from Bo Diddley to The Uranium Club. The guys have recently unveiled their EP, “Hymns of Slaves”, on tape. The A-sided packs 5 tunes recorded at the Plastic Folk Inventions studio while the B-side contains the band’s reggae take …

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Cold Moon announce their signing to Pure Noise Records!

Cold Moon

Northern California-based quartet Cold Moon have announced their signing to Pure Noise Records. “Thanks for taking us in, Pure Noise! We’re excited to be part of the family”, shares the band on the exciting news. In addition to the signing announce, Cold Moon have released their debut EP, “Rising”! The …

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Metallers Bury the Traitor reveal their brand new single!

BURY THE TRAITOR

Derby born quintet BURY THE TRAITOR are pleased to unveil their next single from their recent EP release. “When Lust Dethrones Loyalty” is the second single to be taken from the EP “Ascend To Clarity” that was released back in February. The music video for the band’s last single release …

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Bars of Gold reveal a video for their single, “$20”!

Bars of Gold

Detroit based post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold recently put out new LP “SHELTERS”. But that’s not it! They’ve also released a video from it for “$20” that you guys can discover below. Directed and animated by guitarist Scotty Iulianelli the video is a visual representation of how he sees …

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Cursed Earth have backed it up with their new single “Torch”

Cursed Earth

Cursed Earth have backed it up with their new single “Torch”. Where “Fear” featured Matt Honeycutt (Kublai Khan) delivering vocals, “Torch” pins The Amity Affliction’s Joel Birch at the helm of vocal duties. Spitting guttural lyrics dipped in Cursed Earth’s scathing brand of metal, “Torch” is “The Deathbed Sessions”’ most …

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