March 2024


The wait is over! LUTHARO, the powerhouse of metal, has finally unleashed their much-anticipated album, Chasing Euphoria, available HERE. In a grand celebration of this release, the band has also dropped a captivating video for the title track, inviting fans into a visual and auditory journey that perfectly complements the album's intensity and depth.

Of the title track, vocalist Krista Shipperbottom shares: "What would you do in a world free of judgement for even a few minutes? Would you cry? Would you sing? Would you dance clear of embarrassment? “Chasing Euphoria” gives you the permission to do all of the above and truly embrace yourself to your core. This song is laced with blissful instrumentals and vocals that will enchant you for days. So please, take a deep breath, stay present and enjoy the journey."

Check out the video HERE.


Hellish Torment, the US black metal ensemble hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan, proudly presents their latest single and official music video, "Demons Of The Cold". This intense track, inspired by the icy aura of Immortal, is a harbinger of the band's eagerly awaited debut album, set for release on April 26th, 2024. Check out the video HERE.


Horror Dance Squad have released their third single of 2024. "Everglow" was inspired by the book "After" by Bruce Greyson M.D., which details the uncanny similarities in descriptions of near-death experiences from individuals of all religious, spiritual, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds. Those who lived to share their experience overwhelming report a feeling of unconditional love, forgiveness, and acceptance. 

“According to the research, the stereotype of ‘walking into the light’ is indeed what the majority of those who have a near-death experience go through,” Ian Karell explains. “When we were first writing the vocals to this song, Karl recorded a good bit of what ended up in the final version, including the hook ‘into the everglow.’ I read the book at the same time as we were working on the final lyrics, and I instantly knew what I wanted to this song to be about.”  

“Instrumentally, Everglow represents the gentler side of Horror Dance Squad. We knew we wanted this album to be diverse and reflective of all our band has to offer,” explains Henri Kuusk. “In essence, we started with the aim of writing a poppier song, and then turned it up a few notches.”

Karl Mesipuu adds, “No matter what you think you have achieved in this life, materialistic or spiritual, we all end up the same way, returning to the dust we came from. ‘Everglow’ is a song about letting go of the need to fill our lives with material things, and focusing on what really matters.”

"Everglow" is the third single from Horror Dance Squad this year as the release of their new album “All I see Is Black” approaches.  

Listen to Everglow on your favourite streaming platform and see the video HERE!


Gothic rock band, OUR FRANKENSTEIN has just unleashed their new video & single, "Judas Dance". This is the first single from the band's highly-anticipated forthcoming album due out later this year.

"Judas Dance" touches on topics such as betrayal and revenge. It’s about moving past a period in your life where you may feel as if the world and the people around you are against you.

It’s about how you can pick yourself up off of the ground after falling over multiple times.

The music video for "Judas Dance" was directed by Dazecraft Media in association with Futureframe Productions. It was shot in Los Angeles in the beautiful Glass Slipper Palace.

"Judas Dance" is available on all major digital platforms including Bandcamp and Spotify. Check out the new video single HERE.


STRAY CATS—original members Brian Setzer (guitar, vocals), Lee Rocker (upright bass, vocals) and Slim Jim Phantom (drums, vocals)—will rock their way across America this summer when they return to the road for a three-week tour on July 27. The multi-million selling band’s trek will include stops in Bend, Los Angeles (two shows in Costa Mesa), San Diego, Denver, New York City and more before wrapping up August 17 in Bridgeport, CT. They’ll be joined for these dates by The Midnight Cowgirls as the support act. The tour dates are below, with more to be announced soon.


7/27 – Woodinville, WA – Chateau Ste. Michele Winery
7/28 – Bend, OR – Hayden Homes Amphitheater
7/30 – Saratoga, CA – The Mountain Winery
8/1 – Costa Mesa, CA – The Pacific Amphitheatre
8/2 – Costa Mesa, CA – The Pacific Amphitheatre
8/3 – San Diego, CA – The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park
8/6 – Denver, CO – The Mission Ballroom
8/8 – Moorhead, MN – Bluestem Center for the Arts
8/9 – Waite Park, MN – The Ledge Amphitheater
8/10 – Gary, IN – Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana
8/12 – Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center at The Heights
8/13 – Lewiston, NY – Artpark Outdoor Amphitheater
8/15 – New York, NY – The Rooftop at Pier 17
8/16 – Atlantic City, NJ – Ocean Casino Resort – Ovation Hall
8/17 – Bridgeport, CT – Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater


Swedish Melodic Death Metal band Begravd released their new single "Lullaby of Obliteration". The release was recorded, mixed and mastered in "Studio Death House" by Fredrik Joakimsson.

Check out the new single linked below:

Begravd was formed in 2020 at Lund, Sweden by Kristoffer Schultz (Guitars) and Fredrik Joakimsson (Bass). Soon after Adonis Fredrik (Vocals) joined the band and now the band searches for two more members, a drummer and a second guitarist, and then they will be ready to hit the live stages.


British composer Kyle Sevenoaks released his brand new single ‘You Are Not Gods’ out now. The track, which was heavily inspired by the videogame “Cyberpunk 2077”, features Sevenoaks’ traditional penchant for crushingly heavy guitars, throbbing electronics, and gut rumbling vocals. The video can be found here:

Luxembourgish electro-punk duo The X released their latest video for the track ‘Freak’ on March 25th, 2024. The track is taken from their upcoming EP “The World Is Burning, Let’s Dance” which is set for release on April 22nd, 2024.

Speaking about the new video, the band have said:
"Sometimes you just feel like an outsider, a misfit, a freak. We’ve all been there. In times gone by, individuals that appeared in circus sideshows were called "freaks". So, given the current the status quo of our society, we’re basically all freaks!"

The video for ‘Freak’ can be found HERE.