The backdrop of their new lyric video for "It's Gonna Be OK" was filmed on the streets of a desolate New York City during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Their lone hit from 1981/1982 "What Do All The People Know" is covered on a new single from former Runaways singer Cherie Currie, who has also worked with local Roni Lee.
A new single and video for her track “Live for Love” debuted May 15.
Founded in 2019, the progressive hard rock and metal band just dropped their debut single “Not Alright” on all digital outlets.
His Wayne Riker Gathering is recording an album due this summer, Blues Lightning,
featuring guest vocals from Lauren Leigh Martin, Michele Lundeen, Leonard Patton, Shelle Blue, Scott Mathiasen, and Deanna Haala.
The 1970s progressive rock band specializing in a blend of pyrotechnics and humorous pomposity has a new compilation, Symphony For a Million Mice,
featuring that track as well as forgotten classics like "Porcelain Egg Suite," "Holes In Shangri-La," and a live recording of "Satan's Creation."
A new reggae/rock/pop single "Three Waves Crashing" drops May 29 on all digital outlets.
In addition to their Taco Tuesday livestream shows each week, which raise donations for local businesses and charities, they just released two new songs, “Kitchen Creek Road” and “Nashville,” with a video for the former track now online.
The Boston-turned-Lemon Grove songwriter has a new album dropping at the end of May, Saints And Sirens,
featuring songs with J. Andrew, Natalie Dime, and Michael Fairchild. A vinyl edition comes with a free download card, with a cover painting by Kate Krysinski.
The high energy punk band has a new EP called Keys,
with three piano covers of their original tracks "Young and Dumb," "A Voice Inside," and "Black and Blue."
While Scottie Blinn and company work on their second CD for Rip Cat Records, they've released The Let It Be Project,
created in their mobile Grease Punk Studio and featuring musician contributions from around the world.
Their 2019 EP Contemporary Sickness
will be re-released in a cassette remix edition featuring the original tracks, along with bonus remixes featuring GothBoiClique’s YAWNS (with accompanying video), Bubblegum Octopus, 304angstroms, and DJ Embryonic Petit Sac. The limited edition of 200, neon green cassettes, released through Three One G and Sweatband Records, will be followed by a digital release. Vinyl/cover art by Jesse Draxler (Nine Inch Nails, Daughters, The New York Times, Dita Eyewear, MCQ Alexander McQueen, etc).
Ron Armstrong, who also drummed for Jamul, passed away.
Her new single “All My Life” (due May 29) was co-produced by Jeff Berkley (Berkley Hart) at Om Studio at Jason Mraz's Organics' Avocado Ranch and features local guest vocals from Berkley, Veronica May, Isaac Cheong, Heather Nation, and Billy Galewood. She's currently working on a piano album recorded in the Netherlands at Wisseloord Studios.
Their eight-song album, Real Good Now,
recorded with Mike Kamoo at Earthing Studios and released on New Year's Day, has spawned a video for the track “Melody Albertson.”
The godfathers of sludge will release their eighth studio album Dream Squasher
on June 5, preceded by a single for "Me And The Dog Die Together."
The UCSD professor won a Pulitzer Prize for his 2016 opera Five
, a work that documents the infamous case of the Central Park Five and made its debut in New Jersey.
In 2015, the band launched an Indiegogo fundraiser to record a new album, raising over $33,000 from fans donations. A year later, it appeared the band had split without recording that album, with their last social media post in October 2016. On April 19, someone from the band posted on their Facebook page "We are very sorry for everything that fans of Corelia have had to go through. We've only ever wanted to complete this album that we spent so much time recording and show the world our art. But, unfortunately, that has been a very rocky road."
"Carnifex lost over $250,000 with our tour cancellation," tweeted frontman Scott Ian Lewis of their cancelled co-headlining tour with 3TEETH. "I personally lost about 60K. I don’t get to tour for 6 more months. Burn these people alive." He also tweeted "It took Carnifex 15 years of touring to earn our highest confirmed guarantees ever, only to lose it all," as well as posting details of their "Debt incurred from cancelation. Bus deposit $3700, Merch printing $45,000, Rehearsal costs $3000, Production costs $6500, Total active tour debt $58,200."
Occasional frontman Stephen Pearcy is apparently back in the band, as is bassist Juan Croucier, for a commercial from insurance company GEICO that features the band playing their 1984 hit "Round And Round" while "New homeowners rave about the character and detail of their new home, although they do have a small Ratt issue." The fluid lineup appears to now include guitarist Jordan Ziff and drummer Pete Holmes.