Strvngers — “Shape Shifter”
Orgy — “Inside My Head,” from the album Punk Statik Paranoia (2004).
Orgy — “Ashamed,” from the album Punk Statik Paranoia (2004).
Orgy — “Vague,” from the album Punk Statik Paranoia (2004).
Orgy — “Eyes-Radio-Lies,” from the album Vapor Transmission (2000).
Orgy — “Fiction (Dreams in Digital),” from the album Vapor Transmission (2000).
Orgy — “Gender,” from the album Candyass (1998).
1. Devil in Disguise
Hard rock/metal band from Las Vegas, Nevada. For fans of Avatar, Avenged Sevenfold, early Stonesour, etc. Devil in Disguise released their debut album, Welcome to Hell, earlier this month. Check out the first single — “Sick Of You.” And I have it from a very reliable source that the next single and video will be out soon!
2. Dark Summer
Hard rock from Florida. For fans of Three Days Grace, I Prevail, Crown the Empire, etc. Dark Summer has a show at House of Blues in Orlando on August 25th. Their latest album, Full Circle, is available now. Dark Summer has also been entered in the neXt2rock contest, hosted by 95.9 Rock in Melbourne. Visit their Facebook for more info. Here are “Push” and their cover of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do.”
3. Black Water Rising
Rock/metal from New York. For fans of Black Label Society, Theory of a Deadman, Shaman’s Harvest, etc. Black Water Rising has a few shows on the horizon. Their newest album, Electrified, was released in late 2017 and is available in both digital and physical formats. Listen to “Brother Go On” and “Dance With the Devil.”
4. A Few Memories
Electronic/industrial music from Paraguay. For fans of Orgy, Dope Stars Inc., Mindless Self Indulgence, etc. You can check out A Few Memories’ full discography via bandcamp. Below are two songs from their latest EP, Llamando a Venus: “Espejismo de Escape” and “Mundo Enfermizo.”
5. Silent Echoes
Hard rock from Florida. For fans of Beartooth, The Amity Affliction, solo Ben Bruce, etc. Silent Echoes have some upcoming shows, which you can find on their Facebook. Their debut EP, Getting Through, is available on digital platforms such as iTunes. The new album, Lullabies, is coming soon! Hear the title track now!
Mindless Self Indulgence — “Kill the Rock”
Mindless Self Indulgence — “It Gets Worse,” from the album How I Learned to Stop Giving a Shit and Love Mindless Self Indulgence (2013).