Ice Nine Kills, who proclaim “we are the musical equivalent of a horror movie“, have released a lyric video for “The Coffin Is Moving”, which comes off their upcoming 5-track EP. You can check out the video below.
The band spent the summer on the road with Suicide Silence and Unearth for the All Stars Tour, just finished touring with We Came As Romans and Attila, and we are about to head out with Like Moths To Flames. READ MORE
Fearless Records has released the fifth volume of their Punk Goes Pop series. Included are artists such as Memphis May Fire, Upon This Dawning, Craig Owens, The Word Alive, and more doing covers of famous pop songs. You can check out the full track list below as well as a lyric video for Issues cover of Justin Bieber‘s “Boyfriend”.
You can snag your copy of Punk Goes Pop vol. 5 on iTunes. Also, now through Nov. 19th, all previous editions of Punk Goes… are on sale for $7.99.
Personally, and maybe I’m not understanding this idea, but doesn’t it seem like you should have, I don’t know, punk bands doing Punk Goes Pop? These seem more like screamo, metalcore, and bands that fall into those types of genres. Help me out here readers, am I wrong? READ MORE
Christian metal band Impending Doom have announced several headlining dates this July. Support will come from Within The Ruins, Moltov Solution, Erra, and To Each His Own. The tour stretches from Arkansas along the south and south west into New Mexico. Check below for tour dates.
Impending Doom will also join the second half of the Scream Like You Mean It tour, which features Attack Attack!, We Came As Romans, The Acacia Strain, and many more acts. More details can be found here.
Impending Doom recently released their fourth full-length album Baptized In Filth (iTunes). READ MORE
To add to all the other awesome exclusives we here at BD Music
have gotten this week, we are super pleased to bring you the video for Winds Of Plague
‘s “Refined In The Fire
“. The video is nothing less than entertaining and features a bunch of gore and zombies. “Being a big fan of both horror films and Halloween we wanted to do a video to tie into both.
” Says vocalist Johnny Plague
. “We created a video set in a post apocalyptic era… Not too long into the video you realize the cause of the end of society as we know it, ZOMBIES! I play the role of zombie slaying bad mother fucker roaming the dessert looking for salvation. Instead I find a shack infested with all sorts of evil. To capture this horror based music video I recruited my people at Knotts Scary farm. Designer Brooke Walters as well as a legion of monsters. Happy Halloween followers of Plague, stay bloody!
” Read past the break to check the video out. Enjoy! READ MORE
Asking Alexandria and Hollywood Undead are teaming up together to bring you the World War III Tour. With support coming from Borgore, We Came As Romans, and D.R.U.G.S., the 17-date trek goes from Arizona to Florida and promises a night full of mayhem.
Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce: “Warped was amazing but we are excited to get back into venues and add a bit more to the live show. We look forward to seeing you this fall on “World War III” when Hollywood Undead and Asking Alexandria bring back the sex, drugs and rock n roll era!!!”
Check after the jump for the full touring schedule.
The Devil Wears Prada have announced that they will be releasing a as-of-yet-untitled album this September. In anticipation of the release, the band is streaming a new song, Born To Lose, on AltPress.com. The band will also be hitting the road on the Vans Warped Tour in a week and a half. Check out the dates after the jump.
Knoxville, Tennessee’s Whitechapel have just released the new track ‘The Darkest Day of Man,’ off of the bands 3rd full-length release (second for Metal Blade), A New Era of Corruption due out June 8th. “The first single we have released from the new album A New Era of Corruption is titled ‘The Darkest Day of Man’ (which can be heard HERE). We played it live during our overseas touring at the beginning of this year in Australia and the UK and were getting a great response from the crowd for it. I feel this song perfectly demonstrates how we have progressed as a band musically and in our song writing, but have not stepped away from our signature Whitechapel sound,” comments guitarist and founding member Alex Wade.