Faith-based metalcore band Theocracy broke from Christmas tradition in 2020 by not releasing a holiday themed tune for the first time since 2004. Instead, the Georgia rockers gave their fans another gift in the form of an announcement about next year.
2020 was a year for the history books, and not just in terms of global events. For the music industry, it was the year of livestreams and singles, upending the traditional album and touring format. Although there was undeniable loss and hardship for artists, they also embraced the new challenges as a call to impressive creativity.
DeadSin, a Christ-centered rock band from Fort Worth, Texas formed in 2020. They released their debut 3-song EP The Protest on November 27.
Nathan Parrish's latest single is "Bullets and Blades," a call to stand up against a mob mentality and recognize we are all human. In December, he released the concept video, which shows the band in a cellar with brief cuts to imagery like a marching brigade and album cover art from the single.
Zahna is gearing up for a busy 2021, so what better way to close out 2020 than with a very loud reminder that she is very much a force in the hard rock and metal genre? Contributors Matt Durlin and Jessica Walker bring you an exclusive look at all things Zahna.
Scott Stapp is best known for his role as frontman of Creed and his solo rock career, but he will be portraying a singer from a very different genre in an upcoming film about President Ronald Reagan.
Love & Death is gearing up for the release of Perfectly Preserved on February 12, 2021. Excitement for the full length album continues to grow since the release of the lead single, "Down," earlier in the year.
We are kicking off a new year and by introducing a brand new metal band, hailing from North Carolina. Aseity is exploding out of the starting blocks in 2021 by dropping a fierce and heavy debut single, "Losing Myself," and a corresponding concept video.
Seattle based emo band Emery will be livestreaming two of their early albums on separate dates in January, the band announced on social media.
The beautycore sister trio GFM is at it again, this time delivering Christmas cheer with their latest holiday cover and video.