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Lillake (Suicidal Tendencies members) releases new song – “How Becoming”

Lillake (metal-ish side project featuring Nico Santora and Eric Moore of Suicidal Tendencies) are now streaming a new song, titled “How Becoming.” Go ahead and give it a listen below.

The track is the second single off the band’s upcoming album, of which we still don’t know the title. You can hear the first single, “Killing Game,” here.



Deftones stream new song “Doomed User”

Alternative metal legends Deftones are streaming a new song called “Doomed User”, taken from their highly-anticipated upcoming album Gore. You can check it out below.

Gore will be released on April 8, 2016, and will be the first Deftones album since 2012’s Koi No Yokan. In 2014, the band released a previously-unreleased song called “Smile“, which was recorded before the death of their original bassist Chi Cheng, who has since been replaced by Sergio Vega from Quicksand. The Deftones have also been in talks of releasing their “lost” album Eros, but no release date has been set.



Bring Me the Horizon release music video for “Follow You”

British metalcore act Bring Me The Horizon have released a music video for their song “Follow You.” The song is taken off their latest album, That’s the Spirit, and you can watch the video below.

Bring Me the Horizon released That’s the Spirit on September 11, 2015 through Columbia Records.



Lillake (featuring Suicidal Tendencies members) stream new song “Killing Game”

Lillake – a metal project featuring current Suicidal Tendencies members Nico Santora and Eric Moore – have premiered a new track called “Killing Game”, which can be streamed below.

“Killing Game” is taken from Lillake’s as-yet-untitled upcoming album, which is expected to be released sometime this year.



Music Video: Slayer – “You Against You”

Metal icons Slayer have premiered a music video for their song “You Against You”. You can watch the video below.

“You Against You” is taken from Slayer’s latest album Repentless. It was their first album since 2009’s World Painted Blood, and their first one with Exodus guitarist Gary Holt as the replacement of the late Jeff Hanneman.



Corrosion of Conformity announce tour dates with Mothership, Lamb of God and Clutch

Metal legends Corrosion of Conformity have announced a two month-long U.S. tour that will kick off from early April to mid-June. The trek will include support from Mothership, Lamb of God and Clutch, and the dates and locations are below.

Last October, it was announced that C.O.C. were signed to Nuclear Blast for their anticipated new album, which will be their first with guitarist/vocalist Pepper Keenan since 2005’s In the Arms of God. Due to commitments with his other band Down, Keenan (who rejoined C.O.C. last year) was not part of the band’s 2010 reunion, which lasted for two albums (2012’s Corrosion of Conformity and 2014’s IX) and one EP (Megalodon, also released in 2012).



Killswitch Engage stream new album, “Incarnate”

Boston’s melodic hardcore band  Killswitch Engage are streaming their new album, Incarnate, in its entirety.  You can check it out below.  The album was released today on Roadrunner Records.

Incarnate is Killswitch Engage’s first release since Disarm The Descent  came out on Roadrunner Records in April 2013.



Music Video: Caliban – “Paralyzed” off upcoming “Gravity”

German metal band Caliban have posted a video for their song “Paralyzed”.

Check it out below.

“Paralyzed” is off the band’s upcoming album “Gravity” which is set to be released March 25th on Century Media.



Creator-Destructor Records to release Early Graves/Ringworm Split

The metalhead punks over at Creator-Destructor Records strike again as they have announced plans to release a split between crusty metal punks Early Graves and hardcore metal act Ringworm.  The split will include one original song and one cover from each band.  Early Graves cover “Into The Crypts of Rays” by Celtic Frost” and Ringworm covers “Iron Fist” by Motorhead.

You can listen to the two original songs below.  The split is set to be released on April 29th, 2016.



Music Video: Killswitch Engage – “Cut Me Loose”

Melodic hardcore band  Killswitch Engage have premiered “Cut Me Loose” a music video for their new song “Cut Me Loose”. You can check it out below.

“Cut Me Loose” is taken from Killswitch Engage’s upcoming album Incarnate, which will be released on March 11th via Roadrunner Records.



Atreyu announce U.S. tour with Devil You Know and From Ashes to New

Starting in about two weeks, Atreyu will embark on a U.S. tour with Devil You Know and From Ashes to New, which includes mostly shows in the West Coast. The dates and locations are below.

Atreyu last released Long Live last September through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records, which was the band’s first studio album since 2009’s Congregation of the Damned.



Music Video: Atreyu – “A Bitter Broken Memory”

California metal band Atreyu have premiered a music video for their song “A Bitter Broken Memory”. You can check it out below.

“A Bitter Broken Memory” is taken from Atreyu’s latest album Long Live, which was released last September through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records, and is the band’s first studio album since 2009’s Congregation of the Damned.



Deftones stream new song “Prayers/Triangles”

Deftones have premiered a brand new song titled “Prayers/Triangles” via Apple Music. The song is the first to be released from their highly anticipated album, Gore, and you can give it a listen below.

Gore will be released on April 8, 2016 and it will be the first Deftones album since 2012’s Koi No Yokan. In 2014, the band released a previously-unreleased song called “Smile“, which was recorded before the death of their original bassist Chi Cheng, who has since been replaced by Sergio Vega from Quicksand. The Deftones have also been in talks of releasing their “lost” album Eros, but no release date has been set.



DS Photo Gallery: Old Firm Casuals, Suede Razors, Roadside Bombs at The Night Light, Oakland (1.30.16)

This past Saturday I nearly missed an incredible show featuring local favorites Old Firm Casuals, Suede Razors, and Roadside Bombs. I was supposed to work, and once I got the night off I found it terribly difficult to find tickets to the sold-out event. Alas, a ticket materialized and I headed across the Bay Bridge to the sauna that is The Night Light. If the previous week’s show’s theme was youthful energy, this show’s theme was ‘old punks’. Indeed, all the bands have been around in the scene for quite awhile, and at 30, I found myself as one of the younger attendees.

Roadside Bombs opened the night in classic fashion with some great sounds of the street. The band is punk-driven, but definitely has a melodic side that shines through. There’s plenty of opportunities to sing along with some gang vocals too, especially with songs like “Not Everybody Knows a Good Thing”, “My Side Of Town”, “Tax Revolution”, “Bring ‘Em Home”, and more just to name a few. Definitely the perfect fit for the lineup, and a great opener for the night. The band most recently released “My Side Of Town” back in 2014, which you can listen to here.

Things got a little more intense as Darrel, Mike and crew took to the stage for Suede Razors, featuring members of Harrington Saints, Sydney Ducks, Hounds & Harlots, and more, these guys are no strangers to the scene. A Suede Razors show is like a trip to your local bar, singing along to pub songs with your mates – just with a punk/skinhead tinge to it. In fact, the intro to “Bovver Boys” sounds like something you would hear in an English pub after a soccer match. The band has really done well creating a unique sound that builds off all the guys’ collective experience. “Here She Comes” gets you off your barstool and maybe not dancing, but definitely nodding your head along to the beat. One of my favorites is “Longshot Kid”, which builds up and will have you throwing fists in the air by the end.

I don’t know what it is, but it has proven to be a challenge of entry for every band Lars is in. I hear he is a fan of dyingscene, however it seems our press requests always fall on deaf ears. Persistence and perseverance are the names of the game, and I managed to be up front and center as Old Firm Casuals took the stage. I’ve seen the band several times over the years, and it amazes me that photos from their set at The Blank Club nearly 6 years ago still remain at the top of Google image searches. It’s great to see Lars’ voice shine through in a new light outside of the Rancid sound we’ve all become accustomed to. He’s got the perfect amount of grit and melody – no frills vocals at its best. It was definitely a treat to see “Skinhead” performed live, among other favorites.

You can view set photos below.

Huge thanks to Ian, Ben, Darrel, Skip, and Chelsea for helping out, and cheers to all the Pirates and Chapter 11 crew! It’s always great seeing you all.



The Ghost Inside offers update on lead singer’s recovery after accident

We brought you the news a few months ago that California hardcore act The Ghost Inside‘s tour bus was involved in a fatal crash, that also severely injured the band’s lead singer, Jonathan Vigil.

Vigil is actively working towards a full recovery, but the progress is slow.  After two and a half months, he has just recently been able to stand up on his own.  He hopes to be able to walk soon.

We’ll continue to send good thoughts to Vigil and the band.  The Ghost Inside has also created a GoFundMe page for the band, as well as a separate page for bus driver Greg Hoke, who died in the accident.