Catch an awesome announcement from Issues and new music from Korn bassist Fieldy and Mansions—plus videos from Integrity, Lo Tom, and Stacked Like Pancakes! Check out the news you might have missed today below!
1. Issues release complete tabs for Headspace
Issues have just made it exponentially easier to be a superfan and learn all of their songs on various instruments by releasing the complete transcriptions of their album Headspace for bass, guitar and drums through Sheet Happens. We wish every band would do this! Go here to purchase the ebooks individually, or get all three and start your own one-man cover band.
— ISSUES (@issues) October 10, 2017
2. Korn bassist releases bass album, Bassically
No that's not just a fun tongue twister—Korn's bassist Fieldy has been working on a bass album for the last nine years while on the road with Korn, and he's just released it through Pledge Music. The album is aptly titled Bassically, (who ever said metalheads can't be punny?) and he says on his Pledge page, “This project features recordings of mine from dressing rooms, tour buses, hotel rooms and other unique locations playing on basses just as obscure as the locations. It’s a blend of funk, fusion, and rock – I can’t wait to share it with you.” You can preorder it now on Pledge Music and get an instant digital download and loads of other exclusive goodies to come. Check out his teaser vid below.
3. Integrity release playthrough guitar video of “Burning Beneath the Devils Cross”
Integrity dropped a playthrough video of their song “Burning Beneath The Devils Cross” from the album Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume. You can now learn how to play the epic song from Integrity guitar master Domenic Romeo himself. Get out your guitar and start studying, kiddos.
4. Stacked Like Pancakes drop music video for “Planetary”
Staked Like Pancakes have just released an out of this world music video for their song “Planetary” off their latest album THIS IS US. Check out the video below!
5. Mansions release first new music in four years with song “Heel Theme”
Mansions have been quiet since their 2013 release of Doom Loop, but they're finally releasing a new EP, Deserter on November 3 via Bad Timing Records. Check out the first song release, “Heel Theme” below!
6. Lo Tom
Lo Tom recently performed live on KEXP, and performed songs from their new self-titled debut album including Bubblegum, Overboard, Bad Luck Charm, and Covered Wagon. Check out their full performance below!
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