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Bring Me the Horizon have just released their latest track “Parasite Eve” and also promised fans four new albums are planned for next year. Band singer Oli Sykes elaborated that all albums will be released under the Post Human title. Sykes explained in an interview with NME that “Parasite Eve” had been inspired by a Japanese Superbug that had modified itself to become heat resistant due to climate change and the song had been in development for over a year. The songs title was originally taken from a Playstation video game but when the Pandemic hit, the track was temporarily...

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"Routes" has a personal connection to Randy Blythe. Randy became involved in a protest at Standing Rock Indian Reservation over the Dakota Access Pipeline project whcih was feared would be a threat to the Sioux Tribe's local water supply. The experience left a lasting impression on Blythe and inspired him to write a song about the protest. "I went to Standing Rock because I had heard reports of violence committed on the peaceful protestors there by both state law enforcement and private security contractors, and this violence was not reported in mainstream media for the most part. I went to...

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Tool may have released its first album in thirteen years last year but it’s lead singer Maynard James Keenan hasn’t been slowing down since. Continuing with his supergroup project Puscifer, he has just released their first track in five years “Apocalypictal” Apocalyptical, not just content with being an absolute anthem also has an iconic video to go with it. Reflective of the isolation and the lockdown effects the corona virus has had on city streets, the video features a skateboarder in a hazmat suit skating through abandoned streets interlaced with close-ups of the corona virus and singer-guitarist Carina Round in...

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In Virtue are a progressive metal band that likes to do things differently. Not content with being typecast, In Virtue like to combine their tracks with melodies and hooks that are so catchy you can picture yourself singing along to their songs on a summers day stuck in traffic. Their latest release “Where the Edges Meet” which dropped with an accompanying video is a collection of expertly crafted choruses heightened with a fantastic vocal. The track itself focuses on where two worlds diverge and champions the conflict created when kindred spirits have been divided. The video for “Where The Edge...

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POP Evil are back and have just released their first new music since their 2018 self-titled album. The two new tracks, “Let The Chaos Reign” and “Work” give us a taste of what the forthcoming album will be but judging from these tracks the band stays true to its duality of being both evil and heavy whilst melodic and pop at the same time. “Work” takes a different vocal track than usual for the Michigan based rockers. Produced by Kevin Hissink, “Work” highlights the constant work/life balance of current times, always connected, everything feels like work with no escape for...

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