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Motorhead have released a video for a previously unreleased demo of “Iron Fist”, which is one of the tracks on the expanded 40th anniversary reissue of their “Iron Fist” album.

The special new deluxe editions will released on September 23rd. We were sent these details: “There will be hardback book-packs in two CD and triple LP formats, featuring a hammer fist blow, remaster of the original album, previously unreleased demo bonus tracks and a full concert, originally broadcast on Radio Clyde from 18th March 1982. (read more)


Dance Gavin Dance are celebrating the release of their brand new album, “Jackpot Juicer” by sharing a music video for their brand new single “Feels Bad Man”.

Matt Mingus had this to say about the song and video, “Our new song ‘Feels Bad Man’ is one of the most unique Dance Gavin Dance tracks off of Jackpot Juicer. The instruments for this song were heavily influenced by the current tone of today’s popular songs mixed with some DGD flair. (read more)


(hennemusic) Bush are streaming the track, “More Than Machines”, as the lead single from their newly-announced forthcoming album, “The Art Of Survival.”

Due October 7, the UK band recorded their ninth studio record earlier this year with producer Erik Ron (Panic! At The Disco, Godsmack) after the pair worked on “Flowers On A Grave” and the title track for the group’s previous album, 2020’s “The Kingdom.” (read more)


Accept have announced that they will be launching their first U.S. tour in a decade this fall, when they will cross the pond to promote their 2021 album, “Too Mean To Die”.

The Too Mean To Die Tour will be kicking off on September 29th in Nashville, TN at the Brooklyn Bowl and will wrap up on October 29th on Columbus, OH at the King Of Clubs. (read more)


The Oak Ridge Boys will return to the Gaylord Opryland Resort to celebrate the holiday season at home this year with a 32-show residency as part of the resort’s 39th annual ‘A Country Christmas’ event. The Oaks’ ‘Christmas in Tennessee’ Dinner Show, November 23 – December 25, 2022, features a delicious holiday meal prepared by the resort’s culinary team followed by the Oaks and their band performing Christmas classics, new favorites, and many of the timeless hits that have shaped their legendary career. (read more)


The super group Electric Lecture just released a new single called “What If” (from their forthcoming self-titled album) and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about the track. Here is the story:

The track was born from a guitar riff Anthony J Resta recorded one night on his iPhone. Anthony called up Greg, “I got this riff that’s gonna make a killer track.” (continue)


Lamb Of God have shared a music video for their brand new single, “Omens”. The song is the title track to their forthcoming album, which will be hitting stores on October 7th,

Frontman D. Randall Blythe had this to say, “I think a lot of the messes human beings find ourselves in could be very easily prevented simply by paying attention to obvious repeating patterns, both in our personal lives and in a broader sociohistorical context. (read more)


Imagine Dragons have announced that they are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album, “Night Visions,” by expanding the album for special reissues that will be hitting stores on September 9th.

The “Night Visions Expanded Edition” will feature nine additional studio tracks along with two previously unreleased songs recorded contemporaneously entitled “Love of Mine” and “Bubble.” (read more)


Stabbing Westward frontman Christopher Hall took to social media on Thursday to share the bad news that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer.

Understandably, the band has canceled their planned shows this summer as Hall undergoes treatment. Here is his message, “I’d like to apologize to everyone who made travel plans to see us in August and September. (read more)


(hennemusic) Ghost have released a music video for their new single “Spillways”, which comes from the band’s latest album, “Impera”, that delivered a career high for the Swedish group when it debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200, besting a No. 3 position with 2018’s “Prequelle.”

“We wish to inform you that it’s been way too long since Ghost simply rocked your socks off in a music video,” says the band. “Without further ado, we present Ghost in all their blasphemous majesty. This is ‘Spillways’, directed by Amir Chamdin.” (read more)


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