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MEGADETH, LAMB OF GOD, TRIVIUM and HATEBREED – Metal Tour Of The Year at the Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh, NY (September 12th, 2021)

Originally announced in 2019, the Metal Tour Of The Year planned for that same summer, co-headlined by Megadeth and Lamb of God, was put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, much to the delight of the metal community at large, the two year long wait finally ended on Sunday night as the tour made its way to Northwell…

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Denmark Explosive Rockers LUCER Premiere Music Video for ‘Empire’

Lucer is one of the most successful rock bands in Denmark, and at this point, they have become a non-stopping machine. After releasing their “L.A. Collection” record in late July – a bold step going more traditionally hard rock, they embarked on a trip of showing the upcoming album, single by single. From which “Empire” is already the third one. And it comes with an official music video which we are premiering here today. Pure power is the theme on “Empire”. The power to overcome your deepest fears, struggles, or worst enemies. The song is the hardest ever from Lucer,…

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Denmark Non-Stopping LUCER Debuts Lyric Video for ‘White Lies’

Lucer is one of the most successful rock bands in Denmark, and at this point, they have become a non-stopping machine. After releasing their “L.A. Collection” record in late July – a bold step going more traditionally hard rock, they embarked on a trip of showing the upcoming album, single by single. From which “White Lies” is already the second one. And it comes with a lyric video which we are premiering here today. “…‘White Lies’ is the tale of the addict”, the band reveals of this new track. “The vicious psychological circle created by the well-known “just one more…

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VIDEO PREMIERE: SHUMAUN Shares New Lyric Video and Single “Intuition Underground” Featuring THOMAS LANG

The third single off Shumaun’s “Memories & Intuition” is the catchy and anthemic rock song “Intuition Underground.” The ninth track on the album features drummer Thomas Lang (Peter Gabriel, Paul Gilbert), and like the rest of the full-length, adds accessible melodies to unusual time signatures resulting in progressive music that is suitable for both listeners who are new to the sub-genre and avid listeners. Even though the album is very singles-based, it’s meant to be listened to in sequence. There is a natural flow between the songs and lyrics that almost make it feel conceptual. The album theme ties to…