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Owl Company

Owl Company Active rock powerhouse Owl Company recently announced the upcoming release of their sophomore full-length album entitled Iris out November 9, 2018via Eclipse Records. The album was mixed by Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Faith No More, Three Doors Down) and mastered by Paul Logus (Stone Sour, Pop Evil, Clutch).   It has been a mere four weeks since the release of their first […]

The Shapers

The Shapers The Shapers delectably embrace the garage rock vibes of The Hives and Nirvana, merged with the early urgent delivery of Green Day and SUM 41. Born in 2009, this power trio have certainly undertaken the punk rock DIY ethos. Over the years, the band had the chance to play a series of highly […]

The Frost Interview

The Frost Interview Christian and Leah from The Frost Interviewed by Pete Devine of Pete’s Rock News and Views (http://petesrocknewsandviews.com) PD: What type of artist are you?  TF: We consider ourselves multi-genred. When we play live, we will do covers of our favorite songs which can range from rock tunes to jazz tunes. We write what […]

The Frost

The Frost Christian Gratz and LeahBeth Evans are both well rounded musicians from Northeastern Pennsylvania.  Christian Gratz has spent a lifetime switching between performances on the piano, guitar and even bass. Christian Gratz became mostly known as the guitarist for popular big band “Daddy O and the Sax Maniacs” whom president Bill Clinton coined as […]

William Wallace

William Wallace William Wallace was established to tell epic fables through showmanship and musical ability. Their debut album “How Gods Are Made”, starts with a nameless hero returning home from war, only to find his family viciously murdered and his land razed to the ground. As he stands on the bow of his ship, staring […]

Adam Norsworthy

Adam Norsworthy Adam Norsworthy , one of the UK’s most critically-acclaimed singer songwriters, returns on September 14th with a brand new solo album, THE CIRCUS MOON. Best known for his work with established award-winning UK Blues rock band The Mustangs, Adam has forged a fascinating solo career that has seen his previous two albums Love & […]

Just About Done

Just About Done Melbourne Quartet Just About Done have unveiled the second video single to be taken from their forthcoming release. Track ‘1029’ is the next installment in their video trilogy and can be seen here, with vocalist Samantha McGee revealing, albeit with an air of mystery: “Pronounced ‘ten twenty-nine’, it’s about a relationship going through a hard time. […]

Witching

Witching Philadelphia blackened doom outfit Witching prepares to release the single “False Martyr” on September 27th,  a follow-up to their February 2018 self-titled debut EP.  The band says of the track, “The message of ‘False Martyr’ embodies the current state of affairs in our world, the unheard voices finding their way to the light. Whatever our tormentor may […]

The Venus Fly Trap

The Venus Fly Trap British cult outfit The Venus Fly Trap have announced they will release their new ‘Icon’ LP via Glass Modern Records. This Bladerunner rock n roll sees post-punk fuse with dark electronica envisioned through rose-tinted shades and dark acidic visions. Founded in Northampton by Alex Novak (vocals) and Andrew Denton(guitar, programming) in 1986 after Novak parted company with darkwave post-punk […]

Godbomber

Godbomber “Godbomber are perfectly described by a line from John Carpenter’s The Thing, “I don’t know what the hell’s in there, but it’s weird and  it’s pissed off whatever it is.” Abrasive and unpredictable, they create a head spinning amalgamation of punk, jazz, hip hop and math rock sprinkled with satire, shower thoughts and offkilter humour […]