New Music (4/15 — 4/21)

Glassing: “Sleeper”

American Jetset: “This Ain’t Hollywood”

Hollywood Vampires: “Who’s Laughing Now?”

Hollow Haze: “Oblivion”

Paul Gilbert: “Things Can Walk To You”

Michael Schenker Fest: “The Girl With The Stars In Her Eyes”

Black Stone Cherry: “My Last Breath”

NoSelf: “Signal Flares”

Motionless In White: “Disguise”

Motionless In White: “Brand New Numb”

3Teeth: “American Landfill”

Joyous Wolf: “Feel the Low”

Diamante: “Lo Siento”

Whitechapel: “Forgiveness Is Weakness”

Cellar Darling: “Freeze”

Masvidal: “The Spaces”

Tech N9ne: “Like I Ain’t”

Conquest: “The World Has Gone to Hell”

Worldwide Panic: “Never Go Back”

Tanner Keegan: “Gotta Have It”

Fear of Water: “Permanently”

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New Music (9/24 — 9/30)

Dead Naked Hippies: “Rare”

Zardonic: “Revelation”

Joyous Wolf: “Slow Hand”

Tremonti: “Trust”

Minsk: “The Chalice and the Dagger”

Polyphia: “Yas”

The Brew: “Gin Soaked Loving Queen”

Red Sun Rising: “Stealing Life”

Atreyu: “The Time is Now”

Bayside: “Howard” (Acoustic)

Charming Liars: “Something Dark”

The Three Tremors: “When the Last Scream Fades”

Mad God: “I Created God”

InGhosts: “Gravity”

Riot V: “Caught in the Witch’s Eye”

Roxanne: “Super Bad”

Never Us ft. Matt Good: “Retrograde”

Coheed and Cambria: “Old Flames”

Black Stone Cherry: “Carry Me on Down the Road”

The Black Queen: “Your Move”

Hellions: “Smile”

P.O.D.: “Circles”

Amoriello ft. Vinny Appice: “Battle Song”

Monster Magnet: “When the Hammer Comes Down”

Fleet Foxes: “Isles”

Silverstein: “Aquamarine” (Acoustic)

Silverstein: “The Afterglow” (Acoustic)

Tenacious D: “Post-Apocalypto — Chapter 1 (Hope)”

Within Temptation ft. Jacoby Shaddix: “The Reckoning”

5 Bands/Artists You Should Be Following (#7)

This installment could get rather lengthy. I saw three of the featured bands a few weeks ago, so I have a lot to say.

1. Locust Grove

A hard rock band from Oklahoma. These guys put on a kick ass live show, and they mean it when they say they’re bringing heavy guitar riffs back to rock. Lots of hair, gritty yet melodic vocals, and riffs reminiscent of Five Finger Death Punch, Sevendust, etc., Locust Grove could easily be your new favorite band. Check out the tracks “Monster” and “Menace of Society” below.

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2. Joyous Wolf

A rock band from California. These guys have been setting the world on fire this spring, being signed to a major label and playing such festivals as Carolina Rebellion and Rocklahoma. Joyous Wolf puts on one of the most energetic performances I’ve ever seen, in addition to their raw talent. I will not compare them to anyone else, but I will tell you they blend rock-n-roll, blues, and southern rock masterfully. The guys have currently left the road to record their first album. Here’s a taste of what you can expect.

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3. Blacktop Mojo

A hard rock/Southern rock band from Texas. You may have heard their cover of Aerosmith’s “Dream On,” thanks to Sirius XM Octane. Blacktop Mojo employs all the best elements of classic rock, rock-n-roll, and Southern rock to bring fans a sound that is pure joy to the ears. They put on a fantastic show, doing whatever it takes and giving 110% every time. It’s no wonder they have already cultivated quite the following. You can look at their tour dates on Facebook…and if you’re going to Louder Than Life in September, you will see them there!

4. Icon For Hire

A pop/rock/alternative band from Tennessee. For fans of Paramore, Pink, PVRIS, etc. Icon For Hire just finished a spring tour. Listen to them below and keep your eyes open for updates/announcements!

5. Dead Like Juliet

A hard rock/metal band from Italy. For fans of Bring Me the Horizon, The Amity Affliction, early Asking Alexandria, etc. You can get Dead Like Juliet’s latest album, Stranger Shores, now! Here is the most recent single, “Unwanted.”

And just because I like it…

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Download Festival 2018

Download Festival is happening next weekend, June 8th — June 10th. In case you haven’t already seen the lineup, here it is!

There are a lot of good bands playing, you lucky peeps! Lol. If you’re going, have fun! ❤

Let’s Talk Covers (Pt. 22)

1. Nickelback: “Sharp Dressed Man” (ZZ Top cover)

2. Florence + the Machine: “Times Like These” (Foo Fighters cover)

3. Black Stone Cherry: “Mississippi Queen” (Mountain cover)

Weekly Focus: Black Stone Cherry, Day Seven

Black Stone Cherry — “Let Me See You Shake,” from the album Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (2011).