Playlist Challenge, Day 781

Nothing More — “Go To War”

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 (12/3 — 12/9)

Starbreaker: “How Many More Goodbyes”

Nothing More: “Let ‘Em Burn”

Children of Bodom: “Under Grass and Clover”

Chase Atlantic: “Like a Rockstar”

Dream Theater: “Untethered Angel”

Badflower: “Heroin”

100 Watt Vipers: “The Bell Tolls Heavy”

Herman Frank: “Hail & Row”

CAMU: “The One You Leave Behind”

OVTLIER: “Vice”

Reece: “Two Coins and a Dead Man”

Nonpoint: “Wheel Against Will”

Young Culture: “21 Days”

Farewell to Fear: “Your Cure”

Incite: “Built to Destroy”

Dee Snider: “For the Love of Metal”

Grayson Erhard: “Introvert”

Holly West: “Justified”

Damn Dice: “Stories I Write”

Danny Worsnop: “Little Did I Know”

New Music (10/8 — 10/14)

Sleep On It: “Disconnected”

Blessthefall: “Wishful Sinking”

Saber Tiger: “Permanent Rage”

Halestorm: “Do Not Disturb”

Verni: “Night of the Swamp King”

Nordic Union: “Because Of Us”

Asking Alexandria: “Alone in a Room” (Acoustic)

Take Offense: “Trust”

Stephen Pearcy: “U Only Live Twice”

Haken: “Puzzle Box”

All Hail the Yeti: “The Nuclear Dust”

Nothing More: “Let ‘Em Burn”

Monument: “Wheels of Steel”

All That Remains: “Wasteland”

All That Remains: “Everything’s Wrong”

Soilwork: “Arrival”

Shiragirl ft. Mala Reignz: “Girls Just Wanna Get Sum” (Remix)

Metal Church: “Damned If You Do”

Covet: “Glimmer”

Jason Becker: “Valley of Fire”

TNT: “Not Feeling Anything”

Roxanne: “Someone To Kill”

Disturbed: “The Best Ones Lie”

Travelers: “White Rabbit”

Alter Bridge: “Words Darker Than Their Wings” (Orchestral Arrangement from the Live From the Royal Albert Hall DVD)

Gorod: “Aethra”

Electric Boys: “Hangover in Hannover”

Them: “Circuitous”

Boys of Fall: “Heartbreaker”

5 Bands/Artists You Should Be Following (#19)

1. Plastic Tears

Glam rock from Finland. For fans of Poison, KISS, Hanoi Rocks, etc. Plastic Tears recently released their latest album, Angels With Attitude, and the positive press has been rolling in. The guys are currently booking shows to promote the album. Check out “Miss Stumbling Legs” and “Secret Society.”

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2. Mechanical Vampires

Dark pop/electronic/alternative from New Jersey. For fans of Crywolf, 30 Seconds to Mars, PVRIS, etc. Mechanical Vampires is currently working on new music. In the meantime, listen to “Gemini” and “Forget About Me.”

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3. Modern Echo

Progressive/hard rock from Wisconsin. For fans of Nothing More, A Perfect Circle, Gemini Syndrome, etc. Modern Echo has just reached their goal on their Indiegogo campaign. They are using the funds to finish the upcoming album, In Division. Here are “Break in the Sky” and their cover of Soundgarden’s “Fell on Black Days,” a tribute to Chris Cornell.

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4. Seven Year Witch

Rock & roll from South Carolina. For fans of Jack White, Silvertide, Beitthemeans, etc. Seven Year Witch will be touring relentlessly this summer and fall, opening for such acts as Buckcherry and Gin Blossoms. Check out the live performances of “Rags to Riches” and “Salty.”

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5. Morning Robots

Alternative/indie rock from France. For fans of The Black Keys, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, etc. Morning Robots’ debut EP, Nothing Like Tile For a Tango, was released in June. Here is the latest single, “Meet Me Later.”

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Self Help Festival 2018

The Self Help Festival is taking place on September 29th at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre in Detroit. So far, the lineup consists of Limp Bizkit, Asking Alexandria, Nothing More, Beartooth, Denzel Curry, Turnstile, Knocked Loose, and Sylar. We will keep you updated as more acts are announced!