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Hogan’s Goat Releases Lead Single Off Of Debut Album

Nashville, TN based, Hard Rock Band Hogan’s Goat has released the first single, “Shit Kicker”, off of their debut, self-titled album. Due out July 18th, Hogan’s Goat was self-produced, mixed by Alex Gilson and Nathan Zensen at Gold Cassette and mastered by Tommy Dorsey.

“You might like it, you might hate it. I don’t know what you fuckin’ like.” – Wayne Michel (Drums)

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Named after a tale from Scottish folklore, the band initially formed in late 2014. As the story goes, a farmer (Hogan) owned a goat rumored to have an odor said to travel miles away. The goat’s been described as having patchy fur, an eye out of socket, and flies abound . For the band, this perfectly symbolized their unorthodox style, that which is anything but unnoticeable.

Their first show (at SXSW, on the rooftop of The Blind Pig) was part of an all Nashville (non-country) showcase. Soon after, HG returned to Nashville, competed in BMI’s “Road To Bonnaroo” (winning the fan vote) and played many other shows around the Nashville area. In March of 2016, Hogan’s Goat began recording their first LP, “Hogan’s Goat” which is set to release July 18th, 2017. The band looks to tour regionally, nationally, and globally.

Davey Suicide Release Official Music Video for “No Angel”

Blending “nu metal” and industrial rock, Davey Suicide is excited to release their brand new music video for “No Angel.” The song is featured on their third full-length album Made From Fire, which came out independently in late March & charted on Billboard.

“When Needlz and I finished writing this track, we knew we had something special here,” explains the frontman. “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve lived through these lyrics and fought this battle inside my head.”

Hailing from “Unholywood Killafornia,” the band consists of Davey on vocals, Niko Gemini on guitar, Drayven Davidson on drums, Needlz as the “keyboardist/audio terrorist,” and Derek Obscura on bass.

The video was directed and edited by Vicente Cordero, while Charles Kallaghan Masabo and band member Needlz co-produced it.

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Bella Rose Release Official Music Video for “The Wayside”

Texas based, Hard Rock / Pop band Bella Rose has released the Official Music Video for their debut single, “The Wayside.” Directed by Sam Link (Sleeping With SirensCrown The EmpireMemphis May Fire), “The Wayside” was filmed in the main downstairs ballroom and Victorian room of the historic Driskill Hotel on 6th Street in Downtown Austin.

The theme of the music video is a self reflection of falling by the wayside. With b-roll footage of famous musicians whom are apart of the notorious ’27 club’ we wanted to pick an atmosphere that complemented the irony of chasing success, yet comes with a history that can be haunting. – Bella Rose

The song itself is a bit schizophrenic. The music is meant to make the listener feel upbeat, and ‘pumped up’ if you will. However, the story behind the lyrics lends a tale of caution. – Bella Rose

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Patience and perfection, The Austin based Bella Rose live by these core principles, and for years have waited for the right time to debut new music aimed for the masses.

Starting as the brainchild of vocalist Zachary Scott Rutter and guitarist Kendall Davis, Bella Rose has taken many scrapes and shapes in the process of discovering their unique sound. With the addition of drummer Justin Miller and bassist Patrick Nikel, The four-piece bring a modern, yet nostalgic sound to active Pop and Rock music.

With influences ranging from the late 80’s era of Guns N Roses, to the current anthemic melodies of Fall Out Boy, Bella Rose have created a style that is genuine and true to their own.

The upcoming release of their single “The Wayside” sets the tone for 2017 and beyond, as the band firmly establishes itself for success.

Legendary MISFITS Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein Releases Official Music Video for “Run For Your Life”

Legendary Misfits Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein has released the Official Music Video for “Run For Your Life”. The video was directed by Brian Cox at Flarelight Films, and is the first single off of his upcoming As We Die LP (due out 6/2/2017 via Monsterman Records.

I did the guitars when I did the Abominator record. We did two albums at once, actually. We were going to do a double album but there was so much material we just cut the motherfucker in half. We were actually done with all the recording during February of 2016, and we were just having a real problem getting the mix right. We mixed for 14 fucking months…I’m out of my mind, man. It’s got to be perfect. It’s your product and you have to make it perfect, ’cause it’s forever. It’s got to be great. When my favorite artist makes a record and I don’t like it, I’m pissed, y’know? I don’t want anyone to feel that way about us. – Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein

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Attraction To Tragedy Release Official Music Video for “Slaughter Road” Off of ‘Passion Over Fashion’

Post Hardcore Band Attraction To Tragedy has released the Official Music Video for “Slaughter Road.” Directed by Scott Hansen (William Control, Motionless In White), “Slaughter Road” is off of their October 2016, full length album Passion Over Fashion.

I was in Alabama for my cousin’s wedding and I heard the gps say “Slaughter Road” and immediately I came up with the chorus in my head. It just clicked. Since we started playing it we haven’t played a show without this song. Because of its more punk vibe if really translates well live. So with the video we really wanted to give a look at what our shows are like and I think we accomplished that. – Jaiden Shay

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See This Through Release “On My Own” Music Video

Rock quartet See This Through are releasing their new music video titled, “On My Own“. The new emotional, heart-felt video comes from the outfit’s title track, off their 2016 debut EP. The song describes a dark time in vocalist, Nick Blohm‘s life, saying:

“‘On My Own’ contains the most honest lyrics that I’ve ever written. It’s a result of many life-changing events and it took a long time for me to sort my thoughts to deal with all that happened. The song is incredibly personal for me. We all shared a vision for the video, as it’s just as personal for everyone in the band as it is for me. It needed to be dark and full of emotion. It needed to be a bit claustrophobic. It needed to tell a story, just like the song. I think we accomplished that.”

See This Through will be opening up for SeetherSkilletAll That RemainsPuddle of Mudd, and Otherwise on June 11th @ The Bear’s Big Growl in South Bend, Indiana. You can purchase their “On My Own” EP on iTunes.

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See This Through is more than just a name to the modern rock quartet from South Bend, IN. “It’s about never stopping,” says guitarist and lead vocalist Nick Blohm, “it’s about going after something that you never thought you could accomplish.”

It’s this mentality that brought Chad Ellsworth (lead guitarist) and Nick together in 2014 in what would become See This Through. “Ever since I heard [Nick’s] solo stuff, I was captivated by each and every song I heard him play,” explains Chad, “I said to myself, ‘I wish I was up there playing music with this guy.’ And now, a couple of years later, here we are.” After a few months of working and writing material, Steve Howell stepped in on drums, followed by Tyler Curran on bass guitar, to complete the lineup.
Within a year of playing together, the group set out to record its debut EP. After months of writing, rehearsing, and pre-production, they hit the studio in early 2016 to produce “On My Own”. Combining meaningful lyrics with powerful vocals, thick guitars and driving percussion, “On My Own” embodies the notion of moving forward and never giving up. This theme echoes throughout their songs as they touch on subjects of inadequacy, self-actualization, and redemption.

The year 2016 proved to be an exciting challenge for See This Through as they turned heads in each venue they performed in. With their long-term sights set upon the national market, they’re making it a point to take on the Midwest, city by city, throughout 2017. As to their thoughts on what the future holds for them, Nick sums it up by stating, “With our work ethic, I can’t say exactly where we’re going to be… but I can tell you we’re going to like where we’re at.”

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Crossing Rubicon Release “Who’s Gonna Save You” Lyric Video

Connecticut rock outfit, Crossing Rubicon are releasing a new lyric video for current single titled, “Who’s Gonna Save You“. The single comes from the rock quintet’s 2016 full length, No Less Than Everything.

“Is there a God or not, who knows? But until we know for sure, we should respect each other or if not, the very person next to you could be the god that creates your Hell on earth. This song is a biblical style warning to people who cheat each other!”
– Scotty Anarchy

Purchase No Less Than Everything here and watch the new lyric video below.

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Crossing Rubicon began as a two-man project involving Scotty Anarchy and Pete Ahern (Red China Blue). The band then enlisted, current drummer Brandi Hood shortly thereafter. Zach Lambert came on board and the group’s second guitarist. Brandi’s long-time rhythmic accomplice Jeff Diablo joined in the spring of 2010 as the groups bassist to round out the lineup. Pete stepped away from the band in the summer of 2010. Rob Dolan (ex-Dirty Blonde, ex-Hot Mess) joined to fill the lead role through four very successful shows including opening slots for In This Moment, Nonpoint, Pop Evil, and Rev Theory. In March 2011, the groups current guitarist Matt Douglas took over as the group’s permanent lead guitarist.

Success continued as the band landed opening slots for Motley Crue, Bret Michaels, and Tantric. Bassist Jeff Miles stepped away from the band in late 2013 to be replaced by the groups current bassist, Steven Riccio. Crossing Rubicon’s music is often described as a throwback to metal of the 80’s and early 90’s, as band such as Queensryche, Alice In Chains, Metallica, Judas Priest, and Iron Maiden, while having a modern rock sound.

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