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Industrial Metal band Heavenly Trip to Hell Embrace the Dangers of Rock and Roll on “Pumpkin Man” EP

Industrial Metal band Heavenly Trip to Hell Embrace the Dangers of Rock and Roll on “Pumpkin Man” EP Californian Industrial Metal band Heavenly Trip to Hell cultivate a palpable sense of danger on fast-paced, hard-hitting new EP “Pumpkin Man”, out now on streaming platforms. Devotion to their heavy craft has allowed Heavenly Trip to Hell to share the stage with...

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Hard Rock Musician Kenny Dubman Releases Anthemic “Old Dog” Featuring Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke

Hard Rock Musician Kenny Dubman Releases Anthemic “Old Dog” Featuring Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke We’re pleased to introduce you to this rocking new release from Kenny Dubman (www.kennydubman.com) featuring Blackberry Smoke member Charlie Starr. Hard Rock musician Kenny Dubman comes out swinging on his new album “Conflicted”, showcasing a lifetime of rock, metal and Americana influence coupled...

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Virtuoso Guitarist Spencer Elliott Throws Out the Instrumental Rock and Metal Rulebook on “Torque” Single

Virtuoso Guitarist Spencer Elliott Throws Out the Instrumental Rock and Metal Rulebook on “Torque” Single West Virginia-based instrumental rock/progressive acoustic rock guitar visionary Spencer Elliott (https://www.spencerelliott.net/) is joined by Sean Sydnor (bass) and Chris Hudson (drums) on the illuminating tour-de-force of a new album “SE3”, due for April 8 release via CandyRat Records. Throughout this vibrant new release, Spencer and...

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Patrick Ames Releases Equality-Themed Anthem For All the “Essential Workers”

Trickster Singer Songwriter Patrick Ames continues to evolve his lyrically potent junkyard blues signature cocktail on hooky new single “Essential Workers”, out today on all platforms. Ames manages to plug into deep messages about equality and what it means to be an essential worker, while still putting the rock and roll hooks on full display with a statesman...

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Monday Night Football Returns with help from Little Richard and Butcher Brown

By ELI JACE > Tonight Monday Night Football returns to ESPN with a doubleheader for its 50th season. Many things will be different this year, but when the NFL’s pre-kickoff festivities get underway a new jam will charge up the night. Little Richard’s “Rip It Up (Feat. Butcher Brown)” will be the new starting bell...

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Langley-based The Cole Patenaude Band deliver Big Blues, Folk, Country, Pop and Rock on New “Are You Happy Now?” Album

Langley-based The Cole Patenaude Band deliver Big Blues, Folk, Country, Pop and Rock on New “Are You Happy Now?” Album Langley-based band The Cole Patenaude Band deliver bold, electric, revelatory blues alongside soulful folk, country, pop and rock sounds on latest full-length album “Are You Happy Now?”, due for release July 24, 2020. TCPB’s signature sound is all authenticity and...

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Seattle Classic Rock Band Sundogs Deliver Electrified Jam Rock and Jazz Fusion Grooves on new Album “The Code”

Seattle Classic Rock Band Sundogs Deliver Electrified Jam Rock and Jazz Fusion Grooves on new Album “The Code” Seattle-based Classic Rock Jazz Fusion band Sundogs have evolved their signature sound on third full-length album “The Code“. Led by Stan Snow and Jed Moffitt, Sundogs recorded the album at Magellan Creek Studios. On “The Code“, Sundogs sound like a seasoned rock and roll band having a blast. The...

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Essential New Music: Rock Mystic Andrew Reed Spends A Year In Isolation, Releases Ecstatic New Album “As A Bird of the Air…”

Essential New Music: Rock Mystic Andrew Reed Spends A Year In Isolation, Releases Ecstatic New Album “As A Bird of the Air…” Introducing rock mystic singer songwriter Andrew Reed and his ecstatic new full-length album “As a Bird of the Air…” Can I live as a bird of the air or lily of the field?  Can I...

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Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets - I Used to Have Fun

Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets Plug In, Lean In on New Album ‘I Used to Have Fun’

Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets Plug In, Lean In on New Album ‘I Used to Have Fun’ We’re pleased to introduce New Mexico-based blues rock and roll quartet Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets and their blistering new full-length album I Used to Have Fun. With track titles like Evil by the Plenty and Bald, Fat and 45, you know...

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Happy Freuds Bring Thoughtful Folk and Electric Fuzz Worship on Balanced “Echo of Sounds” Album

Javea, Spain-based quartet Happy Freuds do a wonderful job of balancing both sides of their musical personality. On one hand, they do more than dabble in the loud electric soundscapes, playing fuzzed out riffs that wouldn’t sound out of place on a late 70’s metal record. On the other hand, they maintain a fascination with...

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The All New Know Nothings artwork by Shaun Friesen soulfire design

Biker Psychedelia Rocker Lord Sonny the Unifier Asks Where the Real Power Is in “The All New Know Nothings” Official Music Video

We last featured Brooklyn-based alt rock biker psychedelia artist Lord Sonny the Unifier as he was releasing his full-length album “FINAL NOTICE!“. Along with the album itself, which is packed with inspired heavily by Punk Rock, Classic Rock, Space Rock and Rock and Roll, keeping the underlying punk ethos intact and strong the whole way...

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Final Notice! cover artwork by Shaun Friesen

Lord Sonny the Unifier does Bowie proud with new album “FINAL NOTICE!”

  Brooklyn psychedelic rock and roll visionary Lord Sonny the Unifier‘s debut full-length album “FINAL NOTICE!” is available everywhere now. LSTU’s unique brand of biker psychedelia and earnest rock lyrics should please fans of classic Bowie (read Eli Jace’s article on celebrating David Bowie or his blackstar review), Motorhead and the Clash. From the artist:...

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