feb 2020

Le groupe de Nergal (Behemoth) sort son nouvel album "New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol.1"

 

Sortie le 27 Mars / Napalm Records

En pré-commande ICI

Nouveau titre "Surrender"
Featuring Dead Soul & Rob Caggiano

Clip à retrouver @youtube


En concert le 20/06/20 @Hellfest - Clisson !

06_Surrender



NOUVEAU CLIP VIDEO

"Godspeed" à visionner @ Youtube

NOUVELLE TOURNÉE ANNONCÉE !

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Photo Credit: Dan Sturgess
L to R: Scott Phillips, Myles Kennedy, Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall


+ Hellfest Open Air 2020



Interview à retrouver @ Le Parisien 

Nouvel article @ Rolling Stone


ALTER BRIDGE confirmé @ Hellfest 2020 


Nouvel Album entrée N°#1 dans plusieurs pays et 44 au top album Français !


 

 


Walk The Sky

Album Disponible  / Napalm Records

@Deezer Spotify Youtube



Concert  L'Olympia lundi 9 décembre // COMPLET
*Shinedown en invité spécial 
*The Raven Age en première partie 

Nouveaux clips à visionner 

Dying Light 
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In the Deep
Youtube

Wouldn't You Rather
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Walk The Sky est disponible en précommande


Tracklisting :

01. One Life

02. Wouldn’t You Rather

03. In The Deep

04. Godspeed

05. Native Son

06. Take The Crown

07. Indoctrination

08. The Bitter End

09. Pay No Mind

10. Forever Falling

11. Clear Horizon

12. Walking On The Sky

13. Tear Us Apart

14. Dying Light




Tournée européenne à couper le souffle avec des invités spéciaux tels que Shinedown, Sevendust et Raven Age.

Depuis plus de 15 ans, ALTER BRIDGE est un groupe connu pour brouiller la ligne de démarcation entre le hard rock et le heavy metal. S'appuyant sur le son qui a remporté les critiques du groupe dans le monde entier et sur une base de fans dévouée, le groupe revient avec son sixième album studio, Walk The Sky.

La sortie mondiale de l’album est prévue pour le 18 octobre via Napalm Records. Cet opus de quatorze pistes marque un temps fort créatif pour le quatuor composé de Myles Kennedy au chant / guitare, de Mark Tremonti aux guitares / au chant, de Brian Marshall à la basse et de Scott Phillips à la batterie. Walk The Sky s’inspire d’éléments de chacune des éditions précédentes du groupe pour créer quelque chose de nouveau.

Enregistré d'une manière que le groupe n'a jamais faite auparavant, l'album est né d'idées de chansons complètes créées par Kennedy et Tremonti. L'ensemble du groupe travaillera ensuite sur ces chansons pour créer les quatorze chansons qui feront de Walk The Sky son expérience d'écoute. Cela varie de la méthode précédente du groupe (remontant à leur deuxième version Blackbird) où Kennedy et Tremonti alliaient leurs idées et leurs riffs aux côtés du producteur Michael "Elvis" Baskette pour former certaines des chansons les plus vénérées du groupe.

De la mélodie vocale d'ouverture de «One Life» à la finale émouvante de «Dying Light», ALTER BRIDGE a créé un formidable ajout à son catalogue musical. Des chansons comme «Godspeed», «Native Son» et «Walking On The Sky» seront sûrement des ajouts précoces à la scène. "Forever Falling" marque également le retour de la voix principale de Tremonti avec Kennedy prenant le choeur comme le faisait précédemment sur le favori de la Forteresse, "Waters Rising". Le premier single "Would not you Rather" sortira le vendredi 28 juin.

L'album est maintenant disponible en pré-commande sur ce lien.

Restez à l'écoute pour plus d'informations bientôt sur ALTER BRIDGE.

ALTER BRIDGE a fait son entrée sur la scène musicale en 2004 avec la sortie de leur premier disque à la vente d'or, One Day Remains. En 2007, le groupe a publié Blackbird, l’album qui a élevé le profil du groupe dans le monde entier. Le solo épique de la chanson titre «Blackbird» a été élu «Le meilleur solo de guitare de tous les temps» par Guitarist Magazine. ABIII est sorti en 2010 et le single «Isolation» a donné au groupe son premier single # 1. En 2013, le groupe atteint un plateau élevé sur le plan créatif et critique avec Fortress. Il s'est incliné à la 12ème place du Billboard Top 200, se déplaçant à plus de 30 000 exemplaires la première semaine et remportant des éloges de la part des dégustateurs. Le disque a obtenu des partitions parfaites de Total Guitar et KERRANG! ainsi que les applaudissements de Billboard, The Guardian, Loudwire, Ultimate Guitar et bien d’autres. Entre deux tournées à guichets fermés en Europe et en Amérique du Nord, les gars sont apparus sur VH1 et ont fait la couverture du Classic Rock Magazine qui qualifiait Fortress de «La meilleure chose qu'ils aient jamais faite», tandis qu'Eddie Trunk l'appelait «Un des 10 meilleurs albums »The Last Hero de 2016 a offert au groupe son premier album dans le Top 10 depuis leurs débuts. Alter Bridge est apparu dans The Tonight Show et Jimmy Kimmel Live et leur musique a été utilisée par la WWE, la Major League Baseball et la NASCAR, pour n'en nommer que quelques-unes.

 

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Nouvel album "Cannibal"

Sortie le 03/04/2020 / Music For Nations - Sony Music

NOUVEAU CLIP

"Cannibal" à visionner @ Youtube

Autre clip "The Grey (VIXI)" à visionner @ Youtube / en écoute ici
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Following up the release of the first now album single The Grey (VIXI) with a triumphant UK and Europe tour, that culminated in an imposing display at North London’s Roundhouse, it has been a commanding few weeks from Southcoast metal-mainstays. While recent festival announcements at Slam Dunk and Impericon see the band commanding lofty positions on some of the biggest alternative festivals in UK and Europe, these achievements are just the dawn of something bigger…

Accompanying the announcement of the pre-order is the album titled single, Cannibal. Watch the stunning music video here
 
The album’s title, referring to being eaten away by one’s own thoughts, and the impact of action from other human’s, oversees a body of work forged from some of lead vocalist Dani Winter Bates’ most difficult and honest experiences. While these challenging themes have been immortalized in Bury Tomorrow lyrics before, this time, dropping all metaphors and opaque statements around the experiences of one’s own mental health sees the band address some of their most brutally candid concepts. While it’s no secret Cannibal is very much Dani’s story lyrically and thematically, sonically the band are on world-dominating form. While Black Flame saw the band achieve their third consecutive top 40, and highest chart position, subsequently catapulting them to metal’s upper echelons. This time round their elongated studio effort allowed them to tear apart, rewrite and rework any tracks that weren’t up to scratch, resulting in what is no doubt their best, and bravest output in their career thus far.

Bury Tomorrow will release their sixth album, Cannibal, on April 3rd via Music For Nations / Sony

Bury Tomorrow‘s 2018 album Black Flame catapulted them into metal’s upper echelons. It was the band’s third consecutive UK Top 40 album -quite the feat for a heavy band -and took them on a tour which culminated with a huge showat London’s iconic Roundhouse. But with follow-up Cannibal, the band have taken another leap forward.

Already, the South Coast quintet are responsible for some of metalcore’s most rousing anthems, and Cannibal is stacked with more glorious vocal hooks, razor-sharp riffs and sublime melodies that will solidify their seat at UK metal’s top table.

To record it, the band reunited with SikTh guitarist and Black Flame producer Dan Weller (Enter Shikari, Young Guns), while mixing and mastering was completed by Adam "Nolly" Getgood and Ermin Hamidovic, the dream team behind Architects’ Holy Hell. The result is Bury Tomorrow’s most technical, anthemic album yet. And while vocalist and lyricist Dani Winter Bates has long been one of metal’s loudest advocates for the importance of discussing mental health, this time he’s delved explicitly into his own experiences, writing his most brutally personal lyrics to date.

“This album is for me as well as for the fans,” says vocalist Dani Winter Bates. “It was a cathartic process to address some of the darkest moments I’ve had in my life. For some people it’ll be a hard listen. But I thought I have to do this, if I’m going to go in, I’m going to go in. I’m not doing something half arsed. There is nothing lyrically I would change on this entire album.”

When Dani began writing the conceptsfor Cannibal, while he had penned tracks about his mental health before, this time things were different. Dropping all metaphors and opaque sentiments, he’s addressed things head on, hoping the album’s unapologetically frank approach will help people who are struggling to understand that they aren’t alone.

“I wanted to live by my words,” he says. “I talk to people about normalising mental health (Dani has facilitated Safe Space Sessions up and down the country during tours, alongside mental health professionals), so how can I write an album where I’m not talking about mental health? The normalisation of mental health is what saves lives. I want people to see the light in the dark. If they delve into that they can find solace in the discussion, the normalisation, the positive action by discussing this.”

Lyrically,there’s an apocalyptic feel to Cannibal. While tracks like Quake and Better Belowgo deep into Dani’s lowest moments, the album also explores the impact of social media on Gods And Machinesas well as what he refers to as “society’s oppressive, horrific nature”.

“The term Cannibal refers to being eaten away by your own thoughts but also eaten away by other humans,” he explains. “We’re not kind to ourselves, let alone kind to each other.”

While Cannibal is very much Dani’s story lyrically and thematically, the rest of the band are also on the form of their lives. The title track is a clear nod back to the anthemia of Black Flame’s standout title-track and tracks like powerhouse opener Choke, The Grey (VIXI)and Imposter are classic Bury Tomorrow, metallic maelstroms of churning riffs and expansive choruses. Elsewhere though, the band have taken more risks than ever before, adding depth and shade to their ever-evolving sound. Quakeebbs and flows, swelling and simmering like a seething volcano and a techy edgecuts through the icy melody of Cold Sleep. And for all the album’s dark ruminations, atmospheric closer Dark Infinite ends on a melodic high, a surging soundscape which sounds like the band are ready to take on theworld.

Work on Cannibal started almost immediately after the band released the deluxe version of Black Flame in June 2019 and was completed partly on the road. Soon after, the band headed to the studio, recording drums and rhythm guitars at Middle Farm studios, in South Devon, with the remainder of the album recorded at Vale studiosin Worcestershire. Putting into practice the lessons they had learnt when making Black Flame, the band tore into, rewrote and scrapped any tracks that weren’t up to scratch.

While the process was far from easy and pushed the band musically and emotionally to their limit, there’s no doubt that this is their best and bravest album to date. Now 14 years into their career, Cannibal will be the album that takes Bury Tomorrow to even greater heights. 2020 will be their year.

“I want it to grow our fan base and capitalise what we did with Black Flame,” says Dani. “Black Flame connected with a lot of people. I want Cannibal to take us to a new part of our career. It’s a great starting point for a discussion,I’m excited for people to hear it. I just want people to hear it.”

 


Bury Tomorrow are :

Dani Winter-Bates –Vocals
Jason Cameron –Clean vocals / Rhythm guitar
Kristan Dawson –lead guitar, backing vocals
DavydWinter-Bates –Bass
Adam Jackson –drums

POLARIS MUSIC

En tournée en Mai,
avec ALPHA WOLF, CURRENTS & VARIALS


En concert le le 20/05/20 @ Paris @Petit Bain - Paris

 

Nouvel album "The death of me"

Sortie le 21 Février 2020 / Sharpton Records


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Sydney metalcore outfit Polaris announce the details of their highly anticipated second studio album, The Death Of Me, out February 21, 2020, via SharpTone Records and their biggest headliner to date, The Death Of Me European Tour supported by Alpha Wolf, Currents and Varials in May 2020.

It's been two years since Polaris released their ARIA-nominated, Top 10 debut, The Mortal Coil which introduced the group to legions of fans around the country and, thanks to an extensive international touring schedule, the world. When it came time to making their new album, The Death Of Me, the Sydney outfit knew they had a tall order on their hands.
 
Polaris returned to the house in the small South Coast town of Mollymook where they made The Mortal Coil, converting it into a temporary studio. The familiar surrounds acted as something of a refuge after the high-pressure claustrophobia of touring.
 
Accompanying the band was their front of house sound engineer, Lance Prenc, and long-time friend Scott Simpson (of Melbourne band Alpha Wolf), both of whom co-produced the album with the band.

In the two years since The Mortal Coil, Polaris embarked on three sold-out headlining tours of Australia, as well as supporting Architects and Parkway Drive around the country; five runs throughout Europe (including a series of arena shows supporting Architects and a slew of high-profile summer festival spots); three separate US tours; not to mention performing at the Download Festival and Unify Gathering in Australia. Somewhere in there, the quintet found time to write The Death Of Me.

Their highly anticipated second studio album, The Death Of Me is out February 21, 2020, via SharpTone Records.

The Death Of Me is available for pre-order HERE!

 

The Death Of Me Tracklisting:

01. Pray For Rain
02. Hypermania
03. Masochist
04. Landmine
05. Vagabond
06. Creatures Of Habit
07. Above My Head
08. Martyr (Waves)
09. All Of This Is Fleeting
10. The Descent

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