The Amsterdam Red Light District’s Latest LP Proves Again This Band Belongs In The Mainstream

Courtesy: Red Light Records By Philip Sayblack The Amsterdam Red Light District has finally returned. Early this month, the band released its latest album Sapere Aude. The band’s third full-length studio recording, this 10-song record is another solid new effort from the French four-piece and another work that shows the independent music scene has just as much to offer audiences as the mainstream...

March 29th, 2018
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Neck Of The Woods Announces North American Tour in Support of “The Passenger”

Vancouver, BC’s progressive tech death metallers NECK OF THE WOODS announce North American tour dates in support of their debut album “The Passenger” released last September via Basick Records. The debut album was recorded at Rain City Recorders and produced by Stu McKillop and the band, with art direction by vocalist Jeff Radomsky and layout design by Kevin Moore at Soft Surrogate....

March 29th, 2018
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Infinitee Creates Prog Shredding Playthrough Video for “Free” via New Noise Magazine!

Few bands’ music has ever lived up to their name as much as Tres Thomas’ superb instrumental project INFINITEE; for theirs is an infinity of sounds, a universe of music waiting to be discovered. Yet there is no self-indulgence, the song is always served. Combining the cranium crunch of Metallica and the progressive flights of fancy of Mastodon, INFINITEE are a truly special act. Tres Thomas...

March 29th, 2018
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ICYMI: Check Out One Up’s Music Video for “Paid And Laid” here!

One Up, Detroit’s newest pop punk band, is thrilled to share their debut single and music video, “Laid and Paid,” premiering exclusively on New Noise Magazine. The video was directed by Branden Lee Keller and is a humorous parody of typical country music motifs: cowboy boots, pick-up trucks, and tire swings. The song was mixed and mastered by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon,...

March 29th, 2018
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7 Minute Martians Releases Music Video for “Smoked Out” via The Noise

Cincinnati-based pop-punks, 7 Minute Martians, have teamed up with The Noise to premiere the video for their third single “Smoked Out” off of their recently released debut album, Curious. The video is available to watch HERE. “This is a song about decaying love and one of my favorites off of the record. I like the metaphor of comparing a relationship to being in a burning...

March 29th, 2018
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Sons Of Apollo Releases New EP; Announces New Live Dates

Courtesy: InsideOut Music By Philip Sayblack Rock super group Sons of Apollo has a new release available now. The band has released a new six-song EP promoting its new single ‘Alive.’  The EP –essentially a maxi-CD — features the album take of the song as well as a radio edit, exclusive acoustic take and three companion Spanish language takes of the song.  The Spanish language versions, like...

March 29th, 2018
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Odin Inks New Deal With EMP Label Group; Announces Live Date

Courtesy: EMP Label Group By Philip Sayblack EMP label Group has expanded its artist roster again. The label, headed by Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson, has inked a new deal with veteran rock band Odin.  While specifics of the deal have not been announced, it is known that the label will re-issue much of the band’s classic catalog as part of the deal.  That includes re-issues of Don’t Take No...

March 29th, 2018
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‘Automata I,’ Is A Solid Start For BTBAM’s ‘Automata’

Courtesy: Sumerian Records By Philip Sayblack Progressive metal outfit Between The Buried and Me has, over the course of almost two decades, entertained audiences the world over with its unique brand of music, building its fan base along the way largely on its own terms and without major mainstream support. Given, the band was signed most recently to Metal Blade Records, which has become a major label...

March 29th, 2018
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