Storm releases new music video for ‘Invincible’

STORM has released a new music video! The new music video, for the track Invincible, is the title track from the young Norwegian metalcore artist’s debut EP, which was released back in…

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JOE LYNN TURNER Says ROGER WATERS 'Is Still Fighting The Good Fight'

Joe Lynn Turner has once again defended Roger Waters, saying the former PINK FLOYD member is “still fighting the good fight.”
The 79-year-old British musician has taken controversial positions on a number of foreign policy issues recently, including the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. His remar…

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Lionheart release new music video for ‘LIVE BY THE GUN’

LIONHEART have released a new music video! The new music video, for the track LIVE BY THE GUN, is taken from the Bay Area-based hardcore band’s upcoming new album, Welcome To The…

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Bury Tomorrow announce new album ‘The Seventh Sun’

BURY TOMORROW have announced a new album! Titled The Seventh Sun, the upcoming album from the British metalcore band is the follow-up to 2020’s Cannibal, and is scheduled to be released in March…

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Epiphone and Joe Bonamassa  Release the Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335

Epiphone partners with Joe Bonamassa to launch the Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 in Sixties Cherry. The Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 is a tribute to one of Joe’s cherished instruments. It features a one-piece mahogany neck with an Indian laurel fretboard and a comfortable Rounded C profile, Gibson BurstBucker 2 and 3 pickups wired to CTS potentiometers and Mallory capacitors, A Switchcraft pickup selector toggle switch and output jack and a Maestro Vibrola. The Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 arrives with a custom hardshell case with Epiphone and Joe Bonamassa graphics and a certificate of authenticity.“I used my Gibson 335 on my first solo album because I wanted to sound like Eric Clapton,” says Joe Bonamassa. “A 335 makes you sound different because it’s semi-hollow, but it also has a very unique, fat and warm sound that no other guitar has. I sold the guitar about three years later to finance a move from NYC to Los Angeles. For almost 17 years I searched for that guitar, but then I finally got it back and now I want to share it with you.”Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 In 1996, Joe Bonamassa purchased a red 1962 Gibson ES-335 and used the guitar on his first solo album, A New Day Yesterday. In 2001, he regrettably sold the guitar to help fund his move from New York to L.A. As the unexpected phone call resulted in Joe being reunited with his old friend, the red ES-335 that propelled him through his first solo album and launched him into a new life on the West Coast. Feeling fortunate to get his old guitar back, Joe promised that this important instrument would stay with him for the rest of his life. For more information, visit: Epiphone.com and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

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JOEY RAMONE's Music Catalog Sold For $10 Million To PRIMARY WAVE PUBLISHING

The estate of Joey Ramone has sold a stake of the punk legend’s music publishing rights for $10 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. Exact terms of the deal were not disclosed, but include non-exclusive rights to license the RAMONES frontman’s name and likeness, as well as income for songs…

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Iron Maiden announce European tour

IRON MAIDEN have announced a headlining European tour! Set for June and July next year, the tour will see the NWOBHM legends touring across mainland Europe and the UK. The tour,…

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Video Premiere: Mammock – “Boiling Frog”

Greek noise mongers Mammock cook up some AmRep energy in new video
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Boss Announces Revamped DS-1, the DS-1W Distortion

Based on the legendary DS-1 Distortion, the DS-1W fuses the look and character of the standard pedal with two modes and a newly revised discrete analog circuit for more range and versatility. Introduced in 1978 among the earliest models in the Boss compact series, the DS-1 redefined the sound of distortion and remains as influential today as ever. Its hard-edged attack and smooth sustain have made it the best-selling compact effect, with over 1.5 million units sold to date. The iconic orange stomp is behind the signature sounds of a long list of rock, alternative, and fusion legends, and its aggressive tone can be heard on countless famous tracks. Filled with artful Waza Craft refinements, the DS-1W expands the DS-1 experience for a broader range of styles and applications.Standard mode on the DS-1W delivers the authentic sound of the original in every way. Its innovative two-stage gain circuit is a critical part of the fullness and definition that so many guitarists love about the DS-1. The versatile tone control affects low and high frequencies, simultaneously boosting and cutting each end of the frequency spectrum as the knob is turned. This allows players to dial in the sound for any application, from sharp rhythms and searing solos to maintaining low-end clarity when boosting amps and other drive pedals.BOSS DS-1W Distortion Pedal | Waza CraftThe Boss DS-1W Distortion will be available in the U.S. in October for $149.99. For more information, please visit boss.info.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Horrifier – Wednesday 13

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? Unless you’re WEDNESDAY 13, who by now, should really consider retirement. With MURDERDOLLS members muddying their legacy in the wake of Joey…

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