Former Mushroomhead singer Waylon Reavis recently released the debut album of his new band A Killer's Confession. The new album titled "Unbroken" was unleashed on April 28 through EMP (label founded by Megadeth bassist David Ellefson). The new 9-song album comes blasting through your speakers with the deathcore metal opener "Awakening," which leads into the grinding rhythm of "Spawn Of 7." Korn's Brian "Head" Welch is the first guest to show up on new album. Welch lends his talents to the electronic, nu-metal appeal of "A Killer's Confession," while Kimberly Freeman (One Eyed Doll) delivers a goth-like presence to the slower tones of "Sympathy." In between, the band lets out their aggression out on "1080P" and "L.O.L." A Killer's Confession are heading out on tour at the end of the month. For a complete list of dates and to find out more about their new album "Unbroken," please visit akillersconfession.com.
Seattle rock band, The Classic Crime are touring behind their new studio album "How To Be Human." They will be performing at The Space in Hamden, CT on May 9th. Their new 12-song release begins with the energetic, alt-rocker "Holy Water" (video: https://youtu.be/