Oslo, Norway rockers Wolves Like Us have released an official video for “I Don’t Need To Be Forgiven”, which comes from the band’s upcoming sophomore album Black Soul Choir (out March 4th in N. America). The video mixes performance footage with skateboarders doing their thing. You can watch the video below (courtesy of Revolver).
I’m a really big fan of the band’s debut album Late Love, which rocked my face off in 2011. Having heard this album I can safely say that it’s a fantastic follow up and one that is well worth your time. If you haven’t gotten into this band yet, now is as good a time as any! READ MORE
Oslo, Norway rockers Wolves Like Us have announced that they will be releasing Black Soul Choir, which is the follow up to their 2011 debut album Late Love. The album will be released March 4th in N. America via Prostethic Records. The album was recorded with producer Mike Hartung (a-ha, Satyricon). Head on below to hear the band’s first single “Your Word Is Law”.
I loved the hell out of Late Love and I’ve already got my review copy for Black Soul Choir. From the one playthrough I’ve done so far I can say it’s an incredible follow up. The songs are catchy, well written and just sound awesome! READ MORE
Well, this is it folks, the last day of 2012. It’s been a year just like any others. We’ve had good stuff happen, we’ve had bad stuff happen. But now is the time to look forward and feel excitement. After all, it’s a new year! It’s a time for new beginnings, fresh starts, etc… And what makes things better than some new music, right? So, with that in mind, I’ve come up with 14 albums that I just cannot WAIT to get my grubby little mitts on. Check ‘em out below and make sure to leave your most anticipated albums in the comments! READ MORE
Hailing from Savannah, Georgia, Baroness is a four-piece group that plays a mixture of sludge and melodic metal with traces of prog and a sprinkle of punk. With elements of these genres, you KNOW that I was intrigued to listen to their latest offering. After all, they’ve toured with Metallica, Opeth, Clutch, Mastodon, and many more influential, fantastic artists. Add to this the fact that both Red and Blue are fascinating, incredible albums, and I was all set to sit back and delve into the two-disc set that is Yellow & Green. So, was I satisfied or left wanting? READ MORE