Lorna Shore Guitarist Comments On Band’s Career Being Threatened By Former Vocalist “Is This Going To Come Crashing Down?”

Lorna Shore have steadily made a name for themselves climbing the ranks as one of the premiere names in the death core genre.  Formed in 2010 the band released a couple of EP’s and grew their fan base.  Gaining popularity, the band would go on to sign to Outerloop Records and drop their sophomore album Flesh Coffin, which would be the last with their original lineup.  Following the departure of their singer and bassist, Adam De Micco was the sole original member left in Lorna Shore, who would continue to lead the band forward.  The bands latest album Immortal, their first since signing with Century Media Records, was lauded as one of the most anticipated of 202o, but wasn’t without it’s controversies as new vocalist Cj McCreery was caught up in a slew of sexual abuse scandals that marred the release of the bands album. The band is still going on despite having no new vocalist names as of yet. Continue reading

Lindsay Schoolcraft Announces Departure From CRADLE OF FILTH

Cradle Of Filth is the iconic symphonic black metal project of lead vocalist Dani Filth. Cradle Of Filth are from the UK and started off their career with an explosive start in 1991, releasing three demos over the span of three years in the early 90’s. Since then the band has released 12 studio albums, including classic albums such as ‘Midian’ and have sold more than four million records worldwide. Cradle Of Filth’s last album was 2017’s ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay.’ The band has announced they are working on a new album and expect to release it around August of this year.  Continue reading

Combichrist, King810, A Killer’s Confession, Heartsick Announce U.S. Tour!!!

Industrial cult leaders Combichrist and their rock n roll counterparts KING 810 have announced U.S. tour dates that begin on April 3rd in Winter Park, Fl at Soundbar and conclude on April 26th in Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade. The tour also boasts support bands A Killer’s Confession featuring ex-Mushroomhead frontman Waylon Reavis, and the Michigan Metalcore band Heartsick featuring our friend the uber talented vocalist Alfonso Civile.  You may often see the genre “Dance” thrown around when critics talk about Combichrist, but let me tell you now; the only dancing that Combichrist inspires is some of the roughest moshing I’ve seen to date.  I first witnessed Combichrist when the band was opening for a co-headlining tour of Coal Chamber and Filter in 2015. I had little to no knowledge about the band and honestly wasn’t eagerly awaiting their performance because of the “dance” references about their sound. As they winded down performing their first song of a short set I was picking my jaw up off the floor. The band sounds amazing and its non-stop action and entertainment on stage. The band was hand picked to open a 4 month tour for Rammstein during a world tour that put them in front of hundreds of thousands of new faces, if that doesn’t demonstrate the need to see them I don’t know what will. They are true performers and something that must be witnessed live. They inspire moshing and stimulate everyone one of your senses, maybe even some you wasn’t aware of. (Dates below) Continue reading

SEVENDUST Guitarist On Wanting To Play For Nine Inch Nails “I Would Be The Best Guitar Player Trent Has Ever Had”

Clint Lowery is most known as the guitarist and vocalist in Sevendust, whom have endured lineup changes, fads in genres and more and still stand as one of the most underrated bands out there today.  Clint’s penchant for punishing riffs and saccharine choruses have helped Sevendust last for over 2 decades, while also seeing him spend time in Seether, Korn  and Dark New Day to name a few during his time away from Sevendust. 2020 finally sees Clint release his long awaited solo debut, God Bless The Renegades, which showcases all of Clint’s song writing strengths and sees him taking center stage as the sole vocalist. Continue reading

Could 2020 Be The Year OASIS Reunites?

If you had a pulse in the 1990’s and early 2000’s you are sure to know British rock legends Oasis. The Manchester based band is led by vocalist Liam Gallagher and his brother songwriter and lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. The brothers have created some of the best songs written in the last two decades creating 7 studio albums with sales in excess of 40 million units. The brothers have a knack of creating music together, but their relationship otherwise has always been tumultuous. The band called it quits in 2009 at the tail end of a tour with 3 remaining dates. Continue reading

NOTHING MORE Guitarist “Rock Bands Have No Balls To Take Risks”

Texas rockers Nothing More have had quite the stranglehold on the active rock scene for the last few years.  Erupting on the scene with their uber catchy single “This Is The Time” (Ballast) in 2014 off the bands Self Titled album, the band hasn’t slowed down wining over fans with their aggressively heavy brand of hard rock, with emotive lyrics and penchant for saccharine choruses, and a stage show that has to be seen to be believed Continue reading

What Are 7 Content Creation Tips We Should Keep in Mind for 2020

Content takes a significant if not the leading role in brand building and business promotion. Users and potential customers have become more hypercritical and picky in terms of the content they receive. Therefore, brands must treat this aspect of marketing responsibly and provide their customers with what they request if they want to succeed. You have to keep up with the upcoming trends or become a trendsetter yourself. Experts at https://essayshark.com/ prepared a list of content creation tips that you should consider while compiling your 2020 business development plan.

Create More Video Content

According to Google, 90% of users discover new brands with the help of YouTube videos. People want to get fascinating, entertaining, informative videos from companies that produce goods they consume or services they benefit from. Statistics state that people spend 88% more time on websites that have video content. How can your business use this? Your marketing department can broadcast live and show your customers the backstage of getting things done inside your company. Live stream educational or informative videos with your partners or opinion leaders. Invite celebrities, bloggers, and experts. Offer your customers videos that will highlight your expertise but will not look like you are boasting.

Educate Your Audience

Use videos and posts to give your subscribers or users more information about creating or using something. Webinars are still an excellent instrument for attracting customers in B2B. However, you should alter a format a bit and offer some new forms. Thus, try providing your target audience with intense courses that last for just one hour, a series of workshops, interactive engagements, or gamification. In addition to that, do not forget about the simple “How to” videos that can be used literally for everything — from packing a Christmas present to using your application on various devices. Continue reading

Wessel’s Top 10 Albums Of 2019!

Another year might have come to an end but the music from 2019 will continue on forever. Even though the year has seen many great records it is finally time for me to pick my own top 10, with some additional special albums that made my year just a touch better, and share those with you good people. So with that being said dig in and have a wonderful 2020!

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STEEL PANTHER Frontman “Bands Are Afraid To Connect Themselves With Our Brand Of Getting Laid, Doing Blow And Fucking Bitches”

Steel Panther have carved out quite the career for themselves, by not being themselves.  The band started out under the moniker Metal Skool, and quickly became the toast of the strip with their blistering covers sets of classics from Van Halen and countless other mainstays of the 80’s hair metal scene.  After changing the name the band would earn a name for their raunchy lyrics and over the top playing with a live show that was equal parts a metal show and a comedy set complete with stage banter that would make Sam Kinison blush. Steel Panther have lasted longer than most would’ve expected spanning 10 years and 5 studio albums, including 2019’s Heavy Metal Rules. Continue reading

The Acacia Strain Guitarist Teases Band Will Celebrate Wormwood Album Live in “Very Cool, Unique Way”

Tom Smith is the guitarist for The Acacia Strain.  Tom spent time under the tutelage of uber producer Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy) learning the craft of recording records, which was put to use when Tom helped write and record the bands latest offering, 2019’s surprise EP, It Comes In Waves. Continue reading