Playlist Challenge, Day 764

In Vein — “Wolves in the Wall”

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Weekly Focus: Britney Spears, Day One

Britney Spears — “(You Drive Me) Crazy,” from the album …Baby One More Time (1999).

Album of the Week: Britney Spears’ In the Zone

I was never a huge Britney fan, but I had a few of her songs on repeat. One of those was “Toxic,” from 2003’s In the Zone. I still think that is her best song to date.

New Music (9/9 — 9/15)

Note: I’m only doing thirty songs per week now!

Lindemann: “Steh auf”

All That Remains ft. Danny Worsnop: “Just Tell Me Something”

HellYeah: “Black Flag Army”

Tom Keifer: “Rise”

As I Lay Dying: “Blinded”

Insomnium: “Heart Like A Grave”

The 69 Eyes ft. Dani Filth: “Two Horns Up”

Flying Colors: “Love Letter”

Nothing More: “Fade In/Fade Out”

Work Of Art: “Be The Believer”

Papa Roach: “Come Around”

Bloodbather: “End”

Imminence: “Saturated Soul” (Acoustic)

Written By Wolves: “Secrets”

Pet Shop Boys ft. Years & Years: “Dreamland”

Royal Coda: “Numbing Agent”

Grayscale: “Young”

Lacuna Coil: “Reckless”

Weeping Wound: “Inside Out”

Kissin’ Dynamite ft. The Baseballs: “Cadillac Maniac”

KMFDM: “Paradise”

Weezer: “The End Of The Game”

Half Past Seven: “Fall Behind”

FRND: “Graveyard”

D-A-D: “A Prayer For The Loud”

Signs of the Swarm: “Crown of Nails”

Mallory Run: “A Cold Place”

Void Of Vision: “If Only”

BOMBUS: “Mama”

Lindsay Schoolcraft: “Savior”

New Music Alert: Alter Bridge, American Grim, and I Prevail

Is it any surprise I’m posting about the new Alter Bridge single, “In the Deep”? No? Okay.

The intro reminded me so much of “Take You With Me” by Tremonti, and while the lyrics are lovely, the song did not resonate with me the way AB tracks typically do. Still, I believe it is worth a listen.

Last week, I somehow missed the fact that American Grim had released a new song entitled “Nightmare.”

I stand by my earlier comparison of the band to the Murderdolls, American Grim’s sound a little fuller than the horror punk outfit’s. “Nightmare” stays true to the sound and style American Grim has crafted. I enjoyed it quite a bit.

And finally, because I like to do lists of at least 3-5, I Prevail shared the official video for “Gasoline,” off their latest album Trauma.

The video is cinematic, dealing with very intense subject matter, appropriate for such a harsh, heavy track (both musically and lyrically).

Bonus: Lindemann — which features Rammstein front man Till Lindemann alongside Peter Tägtgren of both Hypocrisy and PAIN — announced earlier today that they will be releasing the first single, “Steh Auf,” from their sophomore record on Friday the 13th!

New Music (9/2 — 9/8)

Boze: “Coming For It All”

Pretty Maids: “Serpentine”

Amaranthe: “Helix”

Adam Lambert: “Superpower”

Pink Fly: “Peachy”

Nomy: “I gave you everything”

Despised Icon: “Purgatory”

INCHAOS: “You And Me”

Wage War: “Grave”

Sleeping With Sirens: “How It Feels To Be Lost”

Don Broco: “Action”

Of Mice & Men: “Taste Of Regret”

Greta Van Fleet: “Always There”

Airbourne: “Boneshaker”

Borknagar: “Up North”

Michael Sweet ft. Ethan Brosh: “Shine”

Rob Halford: “Donner and Blitzen”

Nile: “Long Shadows of Dread”

Tom Keifer: “Touching The Divine”

Fozzy: “Nowhere To Run”

M83: “Temple Of Sorrow”

Bombay Bicycle Club: “Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)”

Death Cab for Cutie: “Blue Bloods”

Shakespears Sister ft. Richard Hawley: “When She Finds You”

Dead/Awake ft. Aidan Holmes: “F(R)IENDS”

The Agonist: “As One We Survive”

Infected Rain: “Storm”

Hideous Divinity: “The Embalmer”

MUNA: “Taken”

Chelsea Wolfe: “Deranged for Rock & Roll”

Playlist Challenge, Day 763

Die Antwoord — “Ugly Boy”

Weekly Focus: Front Line Assembly, Day Seven

Front Line Assembly — “Remorse,” from the album Tactical Neural Implant (1992).

Weekly Focus: Front Line Assembly, Day Six

Front Line Assembly — “Force Fed,” from the album Caustic Grip (1990).