Fight The Fade is continuing to build up to the July 22 release of APOPHYSITIS with the fresh singles "Lost it All" and "Revival."
Icon For Hire has released a blistering anthem of defiance with their new song "Dismantled." The single's release also served as the announcement of their forthcoming album The Reckoning, which is available at https://iconforhire.lnk.to/thereckoning.
Bayless has released a stirring rock song centered on the hope of rescue with "Searchlights." The band has also released an accompanying music video, showcasing the stunning cinematic visual style they've become known for.
Five-piece midwest rockers Fight The Fade's latest single "On My Own" continues the campaign towards their upcoming album, APOPHYSITIS.
The 3rd Annual Grizzly Awards event is now available to stream in full on Facebook and YouTube, following its April 3 livestream.
Nate Parrish released his highly anticipated sophomore album Soul Surgery on April 8, a collection of 14 raucous, bleeding heart punk rock tracks. Soul Surgery includes previously released singles like “Religion of Relevance” and “Life in Dissonance,” and is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Bandcamp.
The 3rd Annual Grizzly Awards are set to stream on Facebook at facebook.com/thegrizzlyawards on April 3 at 7:00 PM Central, featuring performances from Seventh Day Slumber, Remedy Drive and Nate Parrish, alongside presenter appearances from artists including Brian “Head” Welch (Korn, Love & Death), Trevor McNevan (Thousand Foot Krutch), Austin Carlile (Of Mice & Men, Whosoevers), James Mead (Kutless), Andrew Stanton and Josiah Prince (Disciple) and more. The evening will be hosted by lauded speaker, spoken word poet and songwriter Egypt Speaks.
Canadian rock group All Above Me is taking on legalism with their new single “The Show Must Go.” The song is available March 25, 2022 on all major platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music.
Honor & Glory, the guitar-driven worship band formed by members of veteran Christian rock band Disciple, released their debut self-titled album on March 18, 2022.
Nu-metal band Relent has released a brand new music video for their song “Heavy,” a cinematic piece portraying the evil of human trafficking.