Sea In The Sky Unveil “Not Too Tall, Not Too Cool” Music Video

Experimental rock quintet Sea In The Sky has released a new music video for “Not Too Tall, Not Too Cool” off their recently released full-length titled, Everything All At Once. The new video reflects the tone of the song, with soft and jazzy instruments, taking place in a cabin in the middle of the forest, giving the cozy, ambient vibes.

Guitarist, Jakob Bray mentioned the video commenting, “The video takes viewers on an eerie journey through the upside down and the shifted parallel world while capturing all the chaos and emotions regarding finding one’s sense of self.”

Purchase Everything All At Once on Sea In The Sky‘s web-store and watch “Not Too Tall, Not Too Cool” below.

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Ghost Atlas Releases Music Video for Melodic, Sultry Single “Legs”

Jesse Cash is primarily known for his role in the Sumerian Records metal band ERRA, but there is a melodic, alt-rock side to his writing and today you can hear it in the form of “Legs.” The sultry single from his side project dubbed Ghost Atlas will be on the upcoming debut full-length All is in sync and there’s nothing left to sing about, set to release independently on November 17th.

Cash says “Erra is a metal band, I’ve always enjoyed playing and writing that stuff, but Ghost Atlas is more of a reflection of what I personally enjoy, what I listen to most and what influenced my songwriting late in high school.

The primary objective of “Legs” is to set a provocative tone. “It has a dark, uncomfortable, yet sexy vibe to it,” says Cash. “It’s like the sound of sadomasochism and hopefully invokes a mood in the listener that is similar to the feeling I get from listening to a song like ‘You’ve Seen the Butcher’.

All is in sync and there’s nothing left to sing about will be released 100% independently on November 17th. Cash invested thousands of dollars of his own money into this release and says “The freedom of total independence is super gratifying. It showcases a protective spirit towards the integrity of the music and general creative direction, as well as a more personal feeling of getting your music directly from the musician.

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Metalcore Group Voids Stream New Single “Invidia”

Metalcore quartet, Voids has released their second single titled, “Invidia“, off the upcoming debut full-length, No Character : No Crown. The new record is set to release next Friday on October 13th, with pre-orders now available on all digital music retailers.

“We’re happy to present the second single off of our debut full length ‘No Character : No Crown’, titled ‘Invidia’. We all struggle throughout our lives, some are able to brush it off and keep moving while others are left in the dark waiting for a turn of events to take place,” says vocalist, Chad Yockel. “I’ve never been one to get over things easily and I’ve always been envious of the ones who get over everything thrown at them like a flip of a switch. This song goes out to everyone struggling, whether you take longer than others or not, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel.”

Pre-order No Character : No Crown and hear the new single below.

About Voids:

The core of Voids was originally formed in fall of 2012, as a band called From Far Away. As a group they have shared the stage with numerous national acts such as This Or The Apocalypse, I the Breather, Becoming the Archetype , Onward To Olympus, Fathoms, A Hero A Fake, One Year Later, When The Ocean Meets The Sky, and My Ticket Home. They have played in numerous states and multiple tours, debuting their EP, Recover | Repeat.

In addition to releasing three singles, building a local fanbase, and signing to At Your Command Records; they decided to part ways with the name due to member changes and wanting a fresh start with a different outlook. Which lead them to announce the new name, Voids.

Formed in late 2015, Voids is a four-piece metalcore band from Hagerstown, Maryland. Our message as a band revolves around the addictions that affect the lives of many in a negative way. We want people to turn towards our music as a healthy way to cope with the problems they are having with their lives; rather than ones that can destroy someone’s personal life and the ones around them…

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The Plague Release Upbeat Synth-Punk Single “Can’t Stop Loving You”

Rochester-based “Futurepunk” band The Plague has debuted another new single from their upcoming full-length album Hope For The F.U.T.U.R.E. The track “Can’t Stop Loving You” is an upbeat tune about accepting someone for who they are and loving them unconditionally.

Frontman/producer David Adam Monroe says “Getting close to someone takes risk. There are many moments when it is normal to get afraid of rejection. ‘Will this person accept my most core feelings, thoughts, ideas or even secrets?’ ‘Can I trust them to deal with my anger, joy, failure and successes?’ I wrote ‘Can’t Stop Loving You’ about unconditional love. I wrote it to let the people close to me know that I will be there for them no matter what, and that I accept them the way they are and I love them. I’m lucky enough to have them love me back and I am forever grateful. Relationships are the best thing I have in my life.

Hope For The F.U.T.U.R.E will be released on October 13th via Recover Records, a label owned and operated by the band themselves. Monroe is no stranger to the business side of music, producing records alongside Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols) and Earl Cohen (Lady Gaga, Pink, Jessica Simpson), and serving as an A&R rep for Victory and Torque records. Before that, Monroe led the band Third Estate who appeared on Warped Tour from 02-06 and toured with many established acts such as Story Of The Year, Yellowcard, and My Chemical Romance.

After 20 years in the music industry, Monroe sought to create a project that would spread a message of hope, and to rebel against these growing self-destructive ideals. “In the early days, most of my experience in the music industry seemed plastic and fake. Every time I got involved in something that seemed like it was going to take off, I was very concerned about the situation. Music is important to me, but so is being kind and loving. I didn’t feel I could make the world a better place with those opportunities, whereas working in a basement on this record has already done more for me spiritually than any work in the past.” says Monroe.

“Can’t Stop Loving You” is available now on all online retailers.

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Rest, Repose Release Music Video For “Hanging By A Thread”

Seattle based hard rock outfit Rest, Repose has released a new music video for their current single “Hanging By A Thread“. The song comes from the group’s debut Self-titled full-length, which released this past spring and reached #25 on the iTunes Alternative Chart & #22 on Billboards Hard Rock Charts. With powerful, soaring vocals and raw, heavy guitars riffs, Rest, Repose showcases what’s to come.

Drummer, Jared Dines told us, “This song represents the trials of a relationship and doing everything you can to keep someone happy, and losing yourself in the process.”

Watch “Hanging By The Thread” below and check out the band’s Self-titled album on Spotify and Apple Music.

About Rest, Repose:

Rest, Repose is an Alternative Rock band from Seattle, WA. Combining de-tuned, heavy guitar riffs with soaring, melodic vocals, the bands message is one of positivity and unity. Featuring YouTubers Jared Dines (drums) and Fluff (guitar) the band put out their debut Sleep City EP in December 2015. Rounded out by Josh McDowell on bass and Tony Cappocchi on guitar, Rest, Repose look to tour the U.S and abroad in 2017 and 2018. With fresh musical blood in new singer Tanner Cowens, the band put out their debut self-titled full length album on May 19th. Reaching #25 on the iTunes Alternative chart& #22 on Billboards Hard Rock Charts, Rest, Repose look forward to hitting the road to support the album.

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Hostile Array Release “Herd Instinct” Music Video

Maryland metalcore quintet Hostile Array, formerly known as My Ransomed Soul, has premiered their new music video for their second single “Herd Instinct“. Outspoken and message driven about the major conflicts in the world, the new single, deals with the idea of blind patriotism and the growth of radical nationalism in the United States.

“If we lose our principles, our nation has no value,” explains vocalist Brendan Frey. “We have lost our sense of what it means to have true freedom. If you protest the system or the powers that be, people often claim that you’re ‘anti-American’. In my opinion, dissent is one of the highest forms of patriotism.”

Herd Instinct” comes from the band’s upcoming record, set to release in 2018. Watch the new music video below.

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Politics and art have a long history together. Music, in particular, has been used to protest, educate, and even to propagandize. It is undeniable that its influence has helped shape society as we know it. Hailing from Frederick, Maryland, Hostile Array aims to bring their own unapologetic perspective to an increasingly divisive culture.

The group, made up of Brendan Frey, Garrison Frey, Hector Fernandez, Fredy Menjivar, and Andrew Markle, released their first single, “Devoid”, in July of 2017 which focused on the tragedy of civilian casualties in the Middle East and US intervention policies. The band aims to continue the political and social dialogue with each new release. Pulling from a variety of influences such as Underoath, Norma Jean, Silent Planet, and Architects, the band delivers a diverse and unique blend of sounds, while maintaining a message that questions the status quo.

Hardcore Veterans Lionheart Return with New Single “Trial By Fire”

Over a year ago, California’s reigning kings of heavy hardcore, Lionheart, decided to call it quits. However, it wasn’t long before they realized that walking away was futile. The group has announced their return via the new single “Trial By Fire.” The song will be on their upcoming full-length Welcome To The West Coast II, a sequel of sorts to one of their most acclaimed albums that brought forth a new era in California hardcore.

When we started writing these songs we had no idea if they’d ever get released at all so there was no pressure, no timelines, and no expectations,” said the band. “We wrote whatever the fuck we wanted and we ended up with the best shit we’ve ever written. No gimmicks, no hype, no bullshit- ‘WTTWC II’ is pissed, heavy, and straight-up.

Lionheart stormed onto the West Coast hardcore scene in 2007, taking influence from bands like Blood For BloodHatebreed, and Ringworm; the band came out swinging with a full blown assault of blistering metallic hardcore. Since then they’ve released five albums, including 2016’s Love Don’t Live Here, a well-received record that charted #2 on the iTunes Metal Charts.

Welcome To The West Coast II is available now for pre-order via Fast Break Records, who are also offering a limited vinyl run. “Trial By Fire” is live now on Spotify.

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