Welcome to new music metal edition with Anthrax, Bury Tomorrow and much more. Let us start off some new music with some familiar faces but with a new style.
Iwrestledabearonce, the once chaotic band who last released “Hail Mary” back in 2015, might be over. However, some familiar faces have resurfaced. In 2017, Singer Courtney Laplante and husband Mike Stringer announced their departure from the band and have been quiet since. That is, until today as the now-husband-and-wife duo have just announced their newest project Spiritbox.
This a big departure from the once, chaotic writing that we all fell and love in with Iwrestledabearonce. Courtney explains here how the project began and new direction for the duo.
“Personally this record is really important for me because I finally was able to sing a lot. For Michael and me, it is our first collaborative effort since getting married and we wanted every song to reflect our commitment to structure and lyrical emotion, yet still maintain a distinct vibrancy and sound.
Next, british heavyweights Bury Tomorrow have just released ‘Black Fame’ off their upcoming fifth studio album of the same name out 13th July.
This track and accompanied video is dark and quite creepy. But just so damn good.
Do i need to say much about Anthrax? Anthrax will release their live DVD “Kings Among Scotland” on April 27. It captures the band playing a sold-out show at Glasgow, Scotland’s Barrowland Ballroom. Now you can check out the band absolutely crushing their track “Indians”. Pre order packages are available here.
Drown This City
On the Australian front, Melbourne act Drown This City return after a break in 2017 with new track ‘Third Law’. While previous releases felt they fell a bit short. ‘Third Law’ they have found their footing. Also, the track is heavy as fuck too.
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