Arriving November 22nd is the fourth studio effort from the hard rock band, Charm City Devils. Their new album titled "1904" features only five tracks, beginning with the band's latest single "Skipping Stone." The song's acoustic melody just lets loose for the intense chorus and hard-hitting rhythm. The album's energy continues to flow through the more aggressive feel "Dollar Sign$" and "Broken Hearts Broken Bones," before closing with the strictly acoustic version of "Skipping Stone," which still carries the song's original intensity. To find out more about Charm City Devils and their latest release "1904," please visit charmcitydevils.com.
Arriving the first week of December is the new 3-song EP titled "From The Grave" from the east coast, hardcore punk band, Cro-Mags. Their new release kicks off with the fast rhythm and hard-hitting attack of the title-song, "From The Grave," which reminds you of the passion the band pours into their music and performance. The song also features the work of ex-Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell. They quicken the pace even more on the punk-like fury of "PTSD," before finishing with the nearly six-minute instrumental "Between Wars," which showcases another side to the band's hardcore sound. To find out more about Cro-Mags and their latest release "From The Grave," please visit cro-mags.com.