New Music (3/25 — 3/31)

9Electric ft. Carla Harvey: “The Light”

Hollow Humanity ft. Felipe (Brothers Till We Die): “Ad Verecundiam”

AViVA: “Rabbit Hole”

Rammstein: “Deutschland”

Kid Bookie/Corey Taylor: “Stuck In My Ways”

Joyous Wolf: “Quiet Heart”

Joyous Wolf: “Place In Time”

Queensryche: “Light-years”

Ablaze: “Long Way Home”

Crazy Lixx: “Break Out”

Bleed the Sky: “Quiet Here”

Exumer: “King’s End”

Fortune: “Freedom Road”

The Slumdogs: “Monsters”

The Brink: “Save Goodbye”

Skiver: “No Goodbyes”

LA Guns: “The Devil You Know”

Halestorm: “Vicious”

The Quireboys: “Seven Deadly Sins”

Beauty In Chaos ft. Dug Pinnick, Zakk Wylde, and Ice-T: “Unnatural Disaster

Andy Black: “The Promise”

Truth Corroded: “Open Eyes and Willing Hands”

Exxocet: “Alive”

Dead Coyotes: “Sweethead”

Within Sight: “Save This Life”

At My Mercy: “Fix”

5 Bands/Artists You Should Be Following

I decided to start doing this once a week. I am following so many bands/artists on my various social media, and I think y’all should be too! Also, if you have recommendations of your own, feel free to comment!

1. Skellington

A metal band from Sweden, Skellington is currently working on new music. You can hear all of their music on Spotify, but to make your lives easier:

Check them out on Facebook and Instagram.

2. Devils Envy

I shared their most recent single, “Psycho,” not too long ago. Devils Envy is a kick-ass rock band from Orlando, Florida. Here is the video for “Look At Me Now.”


3. Evestus

Evestus is an industrial rock/nu-goth/dark grunge band from Estonia. You can search for them on Spotify or just listen to this:


4. 9Electric

9Electric is an electronic hard rock band from Los Angeles, California. Front man Ron Underwood was formerly in the band Opiate for the Masses.


5. Throne of Eden

I’ve gotta share at least one band from my home state of Alabama. Throne of Eden is a rock band, for fans of Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, etc. Their debut album, The Final Days, is now available on Spotify, iTunes, and the like.


Halloween Playlist 2017

It is October!!!! The weather is cooler, my football team is undefeated, and I’ve already bought some Halloween swag because, let’s be honest, it’s the best holiday. So now it’s time for my Halloween playlist. I didn’t do this last year, but I swear it will be tradition from now on.

First and foremost, I have to include some Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper, because honestly, how can you go wrong with either?

1. Marilyn Manson: “Dope Hat”

2. M. Manson: “Tourniquet”

3. M. Manson: “The Dope Show”

4. Alice Cooper: “Some Folks”

5. Alice Cooper: “The Black Widow”

6. Alice Cooper: “Welcome to My Nightmare”

Now, there are several songs by several bands/artists I put on my previous Halloween playlist that I would still highly recommend. For instance, “Love You to Death” by Type O Negative, and The 69 Eyes’ “Velvet Touch.” You just can’t go wrong with anything that has an eerie, sexy, dark vibe to it.

This year, I have discovered a few more bands/artists I feel must be honored during October.

7. Ghost: “Square Hammer”

8. Ghost: “Missionary Man” (a cover, but I’m obsessed!)

9. Ghost: “Body and Blood”

10. The 69 Cats: “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” (another cover; still a must-have!)

11. Third Realm: “Dance Like You Wanna Die”

12. Third Realm: “Sick Mind”

13. Third Realm: “Invitation to Hell”

14. Amerakin Overdose: “Dead Girl on the Dance Floor”

15. Fever Ray: “The Wolf”

16. Levitika: “Zombie Barbie”

17. Puscifer: “The Undertaker”

18. Tim Skold: “Better the Devil”

19. Tim Skold: “Neverland”

20. Lisa Hannigan: “You Haunt Me”

21. 9 Electric: “Naked”

22. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: “Red Right Hand”

These are simply my recent finds! Add in some Depeche Mode, London After Midnight, and Rammstein, as well. I personally love the gothic industrial genre. Or you can just throw on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack, which I love!

Playlist Challenge, Day 41

The front man for 9Electric used to be with Opiate For the Masses, and I adored them, so…

9Electric — “Beautiful”

Album of the Day: 9Electric’s Control

Okay, so technically, Control is an EP, but whatever. I saw 9Electric mentioned in connection to Gemini Syndrome and decided to check them out. I fell in love instantly.