Seattle rocker Ayron Jones announces the forthcoming release of his highly-anticipated second album today. The 10-track LP, ‘Chronicles of the Kid‘, will come via Big Machine/John Varvatos Records on 23rd June and is currently available for pre-order. Audiences can get an advanced taste of the record with Jones’ new single, ‘Blood in the Water’, out now on all platforms alongside the accompanying music video which will be premiering via YouTube at 6pm UK time tonight (17th March). “As a child, I vividly remember sitting […]

Australian power metal sensations Silent Knight just released their relentless new single ‘Blood In The Water‘. Opening with a merciless punch to the jugular with pummeling drums, thunderous bass and sharp riffs, ‘Blood In The Water‘ is the epitome of what fans have come to adore about Silent Knight. Vocalist Dan Brittain delivers infectious melodies […]

Nashville rockers True Villains have released a blistering new video produced by Grammy-award winning Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Rush, Velvet Revolver, Queens of The Stone Age, Alice In Chains,Coheed and Cambria). True Villains introduce a  fresh take on rock n’ roll,melding the raw energy and excitement of a bygone era with a voice, sound, and songwriting that is completely their own.  With notable national tours under their belts, True Villains have also charmed their hometown, gracing notable Nashville stages including Cannery Ballroom, Mercy Lounge, The Basement East and Exit/IN to name a few, and were recently featured on Spotify’s ‘New Noise’ rock playlist.    True Villain’s founding members, Tim Venerosa and Matt Carter, first met in Los Angeles while attending Musician’s Institute, and reconnected  in Nashville in 2015  after touring and working on other various projects.  After bringing bassist Barry Conaway and Greg Herndon onboard, the band  embarked on an exhausting search for their frontman (think Motley Crue’s search in The Dirt for  Vince Neil) who would share the same vision of bringing rock back to center stage. Though Nashville is full of incomparable talent, it was not a swift process to nail down a singer. Finally, the group connected with lead singer Beau Lastavich who was still living in his home state of Minnesota at the time through a post on Craigslist.  The five bonded over their mutual love for rock music, citing influences like Guns N’ Roses, Soundgarden, Motley Crue, and Skid Row.  Together they vowed to create, perform, and move fans with their music as their idols once did for  them. Official Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Spotify