Silent Planet has released a b-side from When the End Began titled "Shark Week." Like all of Silent Planet's art, the track doesn't shy away from heavy themes.
Though you’re likely listening to Tool’s albums on repeat in preparation for the upcoming release, I thought I’d compile a short list of songs by other artists—many of which were recording music at the same time as Tool—that may have taken some flair and influence from the incomparable prog group.
When a group succeeds in their endeavors to be unique while creating a high quality and engaging product, it is most definitely worth shining a light on. Divine Martyr is an Indianapolis-based heavy metal band formed in 2016 featuring tandem vocalists Natalie Lefevra and Luke Mellinger, Jason Hyde on guitar, Woody Hughes on bass and Mark McKowen on drums.
What does it take to win a battle? Beyond tactics or strategies, you need a good battle cry. With Skillet’s new album Victorious, the battle with depression, doubt, and regret has found its rallying anthem.
In The Dark is an album full of catchy melodies that serve as an invitation to sing along in worship, while providing plenty of rock and roll goodness. Silversyde delivers a performance that is full of passion and provides "wow" moments musically and lyrically that will leave listeners in higher spirits.
Solid State Records alumni Beloved only spent a few years in the spotlight, but during that short period, they created a single full-length album that has withstood the test of time (as well as the disbandment of its creators).
The personal trials of former Creed frontman Scott Stapp have been well-documented over the years, from substance abuse struggles to mental illness. He has worked hard to overcome these challenges, and it is through this lens that The Space Between The Shadows was born. Stapp brings a level of energy and passion to his third [...]
Nashville-based indie rockers Rusty Shipp have released a new single and accompanying music video. "Breaking Waves" delivers a return to 90s grunge with a song full of driving beats by drummer AJ Newton and a solo by guitarist Eli Apperson.
Above the Ashes is a masterpiece that honestly explores the depths of the human experience. The music feels like pain, betrayal, and triumph; the lyrics outline an epic journey of running away, repeatedly failing to stand alone, and finally returning home.
Musically, Voices carries a mysterious theme with a lot of intensity and energy provided through the experimentation with a variety of sounds. This is among the more creative heavy metal projects currently on the market, and Death Therapy pulls off this explosion of sound on Voices with expertise and attention to detail.