The veteran hard rock and metal band Project 86 has announced that they are embarking on their final chapter as a band after a 25 year run.
and Death has released a powerful music video featuring Lacey Sturm for their single "Let Me Love You." The video tells a story about someone dealing with abuse and battling depression and suicidal thoughts, with the musicians appearing on a television set singing about love and not giving up.
Zahna is preparing to re-introduce herself as an independent rock artist with "Better Run."
Broadhead Music Group is excited to announce a new addition to their family with the signing of Boiling Point in May 2021. Although Boiling Point listeners might come for the passionate vocals and memorable guitar hooks, the independent rock band’s emotional depth and unflinching honesty is what keeps crowds coming back.
August Burns Red is preparing to get back to live music in a huge way as they will embark on a two month tour in celebration of the ten year anniversary of Leveler, which was released by Solid State Records in June 2011.
Aseity exploded onto the scene with "Losing Myself" in January, and now Monica Soe is back with another rocking single.
"Where Were You" is a song and video about paying attention to the warning signs of suicide before it's too late.
The Paul Coleman Trio has rereleased remastered versions of Turn and Serious Fun, a nostalgic trip down memory lane for both fans and the band alike.
Ohio based hard rock band Poetic Descent returns with a single aimed at answering questions for those seeking purpose.
The 10-song, 45 minute journey that is Pale Home leads listeners to their deepest and often darkest inner places, where peace and hope can be found in the void.