Saturday, March 17, 2018

King Crimson's "Earthbound" Album Gets A Facelift With New Remastered CD & Bonus DVD

Friday, March 16, 2018

New Heavy Metal Music Arriving Soon From Godthrymm, Gatekeeper, Sanhedrin & Monsterworks

Here are some new independent heavy metal releases arriving the next few months, beginning with the new 4-song EP from U.K. doom metal band Godthrymm. Their new album titled "A Grand Reclamation" paves the way for a handful of tour dates this spring and summer in Europe. They begin with the 7-minute thunderous romp of the title song, "A Grand Reclamation." Godthrymm then picks up the pace on the progressive metal track "Sacred Soil," before finishing up their new release with the quiet, 2-minute guitar instrumental "Forevermore." For a complete list of live shows and to find out more about Godthrymm and their latest release "A Grand Reclamation," please visit their Facebook page at

Arriving a month later in mid-April is a new compilation of material from guitarist Geoff Blackwell's band, Gatekeeper. The new release titled "East Of Sun" features mix of older, unreleased songs that date back almost ten years. The album kicks off with the high-powered energy of "Blade Of Cimmeria," as the song's swift pace will certainly get your blood pumping. The intensity of the delivery of "North Wolves" and the pounding rhythm of "Warrior Without Fear" showcases the fierceness of Blackwell's guitar work. Gatekeeper continue with the epic tales of "Ninefold Muse" and "Swan Road Saga," before closing out their new album with a couple of cover songs as bonus tracks. To find out more about Gatekeeper and their latest release "East Of Sun," please visit

Also in April arrives the debut album from the Brooklyn hard rock/metal band Sanhedrin. Their new release titled "A Funeral For The World" features 8 tracks, beginning with the exciting, high-powered rock of "Riding On The Dawn" and the doom metal sound of the title song "A Funeral For The World." The trio come crashing in with the pounding of "Collateral Damage," then show their softer side with "No Religion," before wrapping up their new album with the aggressive attack of "Massive Deceiver" and the classic heavy metal energy of "Die Trying." To find out more about Sanhedrin and their latest release "A Funeral For The World," please visit their Facebook page at

Then, about two weeks after that comes the sixteenth studio album from Monsterworks titled "Scale And Probability." It features 6-tracks that will bring you on a sonic journey with a hardcore metal appeal. They begin with the 8-minute progressive metal piece "The Great Silence" as you can fully appreciate the band's musical talents. The album continues with the slow-moving, doom metal of "Weight Of Emptiness" and the high-powered attack of "Cosmic Deadly Probe." Monsterworks wraps up their new album with the steady pace of "All Truths Be True" and the 12-minute epic adventure of "Ockham's Razor." To find out more about Monsterworks and their latest release "Scale And Probability," please visit their Facebook page at

Thursday, March 15, 2018

New Music From Alternative Rock Band blessthefall & Heavy Metal Giants Primordial And Critial Mess

Arriving March 23rd is the new studio release from the alternative rock band blessthefall. This five-piece band from Arizona will be making their debut on the Rise Records with their new album "Hard Feelings." The band preceded the album's release with a 2-month tour of the U.S. as they got the word out on their new music. They begin with the chugging guitar attack of "Wishful Sinking" as the energy builds with each verse. Blessthefall deliver a modern edge to the alt-rock of "Find Yourself," before charting their own territory in the hardcore metal scene with "Cutthroat." They continue with the high intensity of "I'm Over Being Under(rated)" and the more mainstream appeal of "Keep Me Close." They finish up their new album with sonic build-up of "Sakura Blues" and the rhythm-fueled, arena rocker "Welcome Home." To find out more about blessthefall and their latest release "Hard Feelings," please visit

Arriving a week later on March 30th is the return of the progressive metal band Primordial with their ninth full-length album titled "Exile Amongst The Ruins." The new 8-song release begins with the 9-minute journey of "Nail Their Tongues" as you are quickly re-introduced to the dark forces of Primordial. The music continues to excite around every turn, as with the charging energy of "To Hell Or The Hangman" and epic tale of "Where Lie The God." Primordial wrap up their new album with the guitar-driven intensity of "Sunken Lungs" and the ten-plus minute adventure of "Last Call" as the music carries you along for the ride. To find out more about Primordial and their latest release "Exile Amongst The Ruins," please visit their Facebook page at

Also arriving on March 30th is the new album titled "Human Praey" from German death metal band Critical Mess. It features 10-tracks, beginning with the quick pace and growling vocals of "Bringer Of All End." They continue the onslaught with the aggressiveness of "Feasting" and the high-powered attack of "Preacher Of Lies." The build-up of "Creation Of Abomination" comes crashing down with the intense vocals and chugging guitars as Critical Mess seems to get faster and faster with each song. They finish up their new album with the sonic blast of "Into Oblivion" and the excellent musicianship of "Repent," which will open your eyes to death metal music scene. To find out more about Critical Mess and their latest release "Human Praey," please visit

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

New Music From Indie-Artists Ethan Brosh, Bobby Long And Jon Magnusson

Guitarist extraordinaire Ethan Brosh is heading out on tour this March with fellow artist Ross The Boss. Brosh is touring in support or his new album "Conspiracy," which was released back in February. The new 14-track album kicks off with the short atmospheric introduction of "Revival" that leads directly into the high-powered energy of "Escape Route." Brosh wastes no times showing off his guitar skills on the progressive rock appeal of "Tomb Of The Gods" and the swift pace of "Collision Course." He continues with the adventurous "Sweet Evil," before slowing the pace down for the more melodic tones of the "Forgotten Melody." Ethan Brosh wraps up his new instrumental album with the electrifying hard rock vibe of "No Spring Chicken" and the gentle acoustics of "Major Sadness." For a complete list of live dates and to find out more about his new album "Conspiracy," please visit

Singer/songwriter Bobby Long is performing a couple shows in New England in support of his new album "Ode," which was recorded back in 2014. Long plans on making a stops at Cafe Nine in New Haven, CT on April 12 and The Music Hall Loft in Portsmouth, New Hampshire as he continues to build his fan base one show at a time. The album features a 11-tracks that features the great Americana/folk sound of "Cold Hearted Lover Of Mine" and "Treat Me Like A Stranger" that will make you instant fans of his music. Bobby showcases his bluesier side with "Kill Someone," before reverting back to his gentler, acoustic self with "Something Blue Something Borrowed." He finishes his new album with more of the gentle touch of "The Dark Won't Get Darker" and the story telling poetry of "That Little Place." To find out more about Bobby Long and his latest release "Ode," please visit

Swedish singer/songwriter Jon Magnusson recently released his new album "Always A Rebel" on March 9th. The new 5-song EP is the perfect introduction to Jon's pop sense and addictive melodic style. He begins with the surf-guitar style of "Rely On Me" as the song carries a nineties alt-pop vibe. He delivers the blues with the slow sway of "Set Me On Fire," before finishing his new album with two different mixes of the title track "Always A Rebel." The first version is an acoustic indie-folk piece, while the second version is very similar with a little extra rhythm to support the song's pace. To find out more about Jon Magnusson and his latest release "Always A Rebel," please visit

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

New Music Arriving From Indie-Artists The Twindows Along With C.K. And The Rising Tide

Arriving in mid-March is the latest release from the alternative rock band The Twindows. The new album titled "Valkyrie 2.0" features 11-tracks of raw, high-energy, punk-like anthems, beginning with the sonic punch of "Like My Music." The album continues with the grunge tones of "Mosquito/Thick Skin" and the rhythm-fueled, guitar buzz of "Forgiven." The Twindows work in the destructive, heavy metal chorus to the swinging flow of "Ska Death," before returning to the punk fury of "Reversals." The trio finish up their new album with the mainstream, alternative rock of "Instigator" and the experiential, high-energy of "Wire Mother." To find out more about The Twindows and their latest release "Valkyrie 2.0," please visit their Facebook page at

Also arriving soon is the brand new studio album from C.K. Flach and his new band, The Rising Tide. The new album titled "American Romance" will be released later this year, but the first single, "Friends" showcases the band's Americana sound. C.K.'s classic country sounding vocals gets highlighted by the band's roots music sound, supporting the song's storied lyrics. To find out more about C.K. And The Rising Tide, please visit their Facebook page at