From Phoenix, AZ, comes the debut release titled "Hollow" from hard rockers Mourning Grey. Their new six-song album kicks off with the heavy, aggressive feel of "Scarred" as they certainly have their finger on the pulse of mainstream metal music. The album continues to keep the energy flowing with solid pounding drums of "Falling" and the buzzing, grunge-like guitar frenzy of "Lost." Mourning Grey wrap up their new short release with the intense screams of "The War" and the addictive rhythm of the album closer "Up To You." To find out more about Mourning Grey and their latest release "Hollow," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/genuinemetal.
Arriving July 13th is latest release from Alabama rockers Shallow Side. Their new album titled "Origins," combines the band's first 3 EPs, along with 3 previously unreleased tracks. It is the band's first release on vinyl and paves the way for their full-length debut album arriving later this year. The new 11-song release begins with the build-up of "Crutch" as you are easily drawn-in to the band's aggressive rock sound. The album continues with the pounding rhythm of "Rebel," before showcasing their softer side with the acoustic ballad "Crazy." Shallow Side come roaring back with the high-energy rock assault of "Can You Hear Me" and "Stand Up," before closing out their new album with a trio of acoustic numbers, "Home Today," "Try To Fight It" and "Out Of Reach." To find out more about Shallow Side and their latest release "Origins," please visit shallowside.net.
One of the oddest places you would ever expect to find heavy metal music has to be in Botswana, located in the center of South Africa, but that's where we find the new album from the band, Skinflint. This three-piece band has been shredding guitars for over a decade and they return with their new self-titled album. Skinflint kick off the new 10-song release with the chugging, classic metal riffs of "Eyes In A Leopards Spots" and the more intense, high-powered delivery of "Birds And Milk, Bloody Milk." They slow the tempo down for the doom metal feel of "The Prophecy Of Nongqawuse," before revving the engine back up for the "Thorns Of Fire." To discover more about Skinflint and their latest self-titled release, please visit skinflintmetal.com.