Wednesday, December 4, 2019

New Releases From Metal Blade Records Artists Cattle Decapitation & Oni

It has been four years since we last heard from Cattle Decapitation and they have finally returned with their bleakest hope of our planet with "Death Atlas." Their new album was released on November 29th through Metal Blade Records and features fourteen new death metal anthems to behold. After the build-up of the introduction track "Anthropogenic: End Transmission," the album kicks it into high gear with the blow-back speed of "The Geocide." Cattle Decapitation keeps the intensity on full blast with "Be Still Our Bleeding Hearts" and the chugging thrash metal rhythm of "One Day Closer To The End Of The World." The screams and howls of "Finish Them" continue the album's death metal assault on your ears, before Cattle Decapitation wraps up their new album with the tempo changes of "Time's Cruel Curtain" and the nine-minute progressive metal closer "Death Atlas." To find out more about Cattle Decapitation and their latest release "Death Atlas," please visit their Facebook page at

Next, on December 13th is the arrival of the new five-song EP titled "Alone" from Oni. Led by vocalist Jake Oni, this new release follows the 2016 debut "Ironshore" and continues their exciting, modern hard rock sound. Beginning with the title song "Alone," Oni displays the perfect balance of aggression and melody to give the music an addictive edginess. The intensity grows on the heavy metal attack of "Dead Inside," before Oni finish up their new album with six-minutes of pounding rhythms and screaming vocals that should last until their next new release. To find out more about Oni, please visit

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Check Out New Music From Indie-Artists The Phantom Broadcast, Cox's Army, Fever Joy

Back in November, The Phantom Broadcast released their second volume of "Antiquities," which follows the release of volume one back in April. The two EPs were brought together to create the band's new full length vinyl LP. The new nine-song full-length release begins with the melodic flow of "Warning" and the more pop-infused rock of "Amethysteria," which just finds its way into your musical heart. The Phantom Broadcast pick up the intensity with the "jam band" feel of "Mast," before the group slows down to showcase their quieter side with "Burrowing Owl." They finish up their new album with the addictive modern rock and wonderful harmonies of "Topaz." To find out more about The Phantom Broadcast and their latest release "Antiquities," please visit

Chicago bluegrass band, Cox's Army recently released their second full-length effort titled "New Richmond Town." This new thirteen song set begins with the wonderful banjo picking of "The Queen Bee," as the energy rises with the steady strumming flow of "Big Spoon, Little Spoon." The band's beautiful descriptive lyrics flow sweetly next to the melodic tones of the title song "New Richmond Town." The quiet acoustics of "Searching For Home" allows you to fully appreciate the bluegrass sound of Cox's Army, while "Leather, Wood and Nails" quickens the pace. This quartet wrap up their new album with finger-picking energy of "Sleeping In The Car" and "Treat Your Baby Kind." To find out more about Cox's Army and their latest release "New Richmond Town," please visit

The alternative-pop band, Fever Joy recently released their new five song EP titled "Reflections." The album kicks off with the rhythm fueled "Bad, as singer Avery Robitaille delivers the perfect expression of emotion to lift the song's energetic beats. The album's title song "Reflections" has a quieter, more ambient sound, before the dance beats of "You're Losing Control" returns the energy back to the album. Fever Joy wrap up their new short release with the mainstream, modern rock enjoyment of "Crazy Love." To find out more about Fever Joy and their latest EP "Reflections," please visit their Facebook page at

Monday, December 2, 2019

New Music From Artists Golden Cinema, The Pairs, Opeongo, Zinnia, JS Williams, Debra-Jean Creelman

From Prince Edward Island comes the debut EP from the modern rock trio, Golden Cinema. The new 3-song set titled "Peachy Keen EP" begins with the title song, which features a melodic tone that invites you to enjoy their fresh, raw sound. The album continues with the steady pace of "Colour Me In," before closing with the quick energetic rock shot of "Nostalgia." To find out more about Golden Cinema and their latest "Peachy Keen EP," please visit

Americana/Folk band, The Pairs recently released their new full-length album titled "Noise." The twelve-track release begins with the harmonies of "Did I," backed by a steady stomp/clap rhythm. The Pairs deliver a pop-infused sound to "Fallen," while "Hand In Hand" carries a nostalgic jazz waltz. They plug in for the full-on rock assault of "Poison Water," then showcase their softer side on the gentle acoustics of "Will And A Way." The Pairs close out their new album with the emotional, dark tones of "Fire And Rain" along with the soft, quiet strumming and beautiful vocals of "Put The Gun Down." To find out more about The Pairs and their new album "Noise," please visit their Facebook page at

Singer/songwriter Keegan Trumpour recently released his debut album as Opeongo. The album titled "Miasma" features eleven tracks, beginning with the stark, classical-sounding piano backdrop of the title song, followed by the alt-pop delivery of "Everything:Something:Anything:Nothing." Opeongo pours all his emotions into the ballads "Hopeless" and "Port Boys," before finishing with folksy blues of "September #9" and the nine-minute experimental, epic closer "Miasma #2." To find out more about Opeongo and his latest release "Miasma," please visit his Facebook page at

Synth-pop artist Zinnia recently released her full-length debut album "Sensations In Two Dot" back in November. It features nine-tracks, beginning with the slow, steady pace of "Yellowstone," as Zinnia is allowed to let her vocals soar. She quickens the pace for "Black Bark, Yellow Leaves," while the melodic tone of "Lupins" will certainly turn you in a fan of Zinnia. The album closes with the slow blues of "Soft Place To Land," the exciting, energetic pop rhythm of "Requiem" and the addictive pop vibe of "Dreamer." To find out more about Zinnia and her latest release "Sensations In Two Dot," please visit

Canadian singer/songwriter JS Williams recently released his debut album titled "From A Plane." It features eight tracks, beginning with the mellow, ambient tone of "Only Oceans" and the acoustic strumming, floating vocals of "Montmarte." Williams quietly lets the music of "My Name Is December" just glide along, as he sings with heart and passion. He finishes up his new album with the modern, alternative rock of "Forest Fires" and the slow-moving ballad "Rachel Est." To find out more about JS Williams and his latest release "From A Plane," please visit

Electro-pop artist Debra-Jean Creelman just released her new six-song EP title "Triggers & Mirrors." Her new set is filled with energetic pop anthems like "Smoke" and "All Your Life," while "No More Maureen" is a sonic blast of pulsating beats and rhythms. Debra-Jean Creelman closes out her new short release with the slow, bluesy flow of "How Many Times." To find out more about her new release "Triggers & Mirrors," please visit her Facebook page at

Sunday, December 1, 2019

New Music From Fernando Perdomo, Udo Pannekeet, Emiliano Deferrari and Marco Machera

American classical guitarist Fernando Perdomo pays respect to the legendary progressive rock band, King Crimson with his new album "The Crimson Guitar." The music of King Crimson was a big influence on Perdomo and inspired him to learn to play classical guitar. The new ten-track release begins with the short 90-second grace of "Peace (A Theme)," followed by the beautiful acoustic melody of "Islands." Fernando Perdomo sticks close to the original with his interpretation of "I Talk To The Wind," while "Erudite Eyes" continues to showcase his finger-picking skills. Perdomo closes the album with the gentle touch of "Book Of Saturday" and a slow-down, mellow version of the King Crimson classic "The Court Of The Crimson King." To find out more about Fernando Perdomo and his latest release "The Crimson Guitar," please visit his Facebook page at

World-renowned bass player Udo Pannekeet (Focus) recently released his brand new solo studio album titled "Electric Regions." The album features guest appearances from some of his Focus bandmates, as Udo uses this outlet to showcase some of his more experimental music that he has been currently working on. The new five track release begins with the nearly 24-minute epic "Electric Regions Part One," as Udo mixes together many different genres (Jazz, Funk, EMD, Rock) on this musical piece to display his many inspirations. The album continues with the jazz fusion blast of "Integration Yes" and the electronic beats of "The Antibes Situation," which allows Udo to lead you down the rabbit hole of rock music. The album closes with the rhythm-fueled, modern jazz sounds of "Cocon Cocon." To find out more about Udo Pannekeet and his latest release "Electric Regions," please visit

Italian music duo Emiliano Deferrari and Marco Machera are preparing to release a new free-form improvisational album on November 15th. The new four song, self-titled release begins with sixteen-minutes of the duo experimenting with sounds to see what sticks. While the songs have no form or rhythm to them, they are very interesting to listen to with headphones on. The album finishes with the plucking of strings during "Sette" and the nine-plus minutes of tapping and strumming of "Tre," as they find solace in their improvisations. To find out more about this latest release from Emiiano Deferrari and Marco Machera, please visit

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Deep Purple Brings You Back To Rome In 2013 With Their Latest Live Archive Release

Classic rockers Deep Purple are celebrating the past with their latest release "Live In Rome 2013." This new album will take you back to Deep Purple's "Now What?! Tour," which took place after the untimely passing of band member Jon Lord. This two-disc release features the work of Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, Roger Glover, Steve Morse and Don Airey, and will be available on December 6th, through the earMusic label.

The show kicks off with a short, spacey introduction, before leaping into the intensity of "Fireball" and the keyboard work of Don Airey, doing his best to honor Lord on "Into The Fire." Gillian's vocals soar on "Hard Lovin' Man," while Paice and Morse combine to electrify the audience on "Strange Kind Of Woman" and "Contact Lost." Deep Purple's classic sound and energy continues to shine through on the sonic blast of "The Mule" and the eight-plus minute, solo filled "Lazy." The show closes with a few of the band's signature songs like "Space Truckin," "Smoke On The Water" and "Hush," before finishing with the nine-minute full-on jam of "Black Night." To find out more about Deep Purple "Live In Rome 2013," please visit