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All Get Out signs to Equal Vision Records and other news you might have missed today
All Get Out signs to Equal Vision Records and other news you might have missed today
Watch new music videos from Chris Cornell and Rivals—plus, don’t miss a new animated clip from Tegan and Sara. Check out the news you might have missed today below! Read more: Artery Recordings drops Slaves 1. All Get Out join Equal Vision Records We have found a warm and cozy home at @equalvision. With this ... Read More ...
Artery Recordings drops Slaves
Artery Recordings drops Slaves
In a statement on Twitter, Artery Recordings announced that they have decided to drop Slaves from their roster. Artery Recordings has decided to part ways with Slaves. — Artery Recordings (@arteryrecording) November 17, 2017 The news comes after multiple women coming forward on social media, accusing frontman Jonny Craig of assault. Imagine your boyf ...
Russian metalcore outfit Wildways connect to roots through new single, video “Don’t Go”–listen
Russian metalcore outfit Wildways connect to roots through new single, video “Don’t Go”–listen
The Western Russia-based band Wildways are premiering a new video to accompany their brand new single, "Don't Go," giving fans a glimpse into where they've come from. Formerly known as Sarah Where Is My Tea, the metalcore band began by touring around central and eastern Europe and have also travelled to the United Kingdom. Now, t ...
Pop punks For The Win reflect on karma with new video for “Crash And Burn”—watch
Pop punks For The Win reflect on karma with new video for “Crash And Burn”—watch
San Diego quintet For The Win return with their new music video for the track “Crash And Burn.” Laden with raw energy and catchy hooks, this jam is sure to stuck in your head in an instant. "I spent weeks on the chorus because I wasn't happy with it and didn't think it was strong enough, and honestly felt like this song was the 'filler' for the record,” shares vocalist Kyle Christensen. “It w
Artery Recordings responds to Slaves controversy
Artery Recordings responds to Slaves controversy
Artery Recordings president Shan Dan has released a statement regarding the Slaves controversy that broke out last night.”This isn't a grandiose story of an evil label trying to smash a band,” he wrote on the label’s Facebook page, “just a story about a band that didn't email their label so they could take care of their request through the proper channels.”  Read more: Slaves call out ... Read Mor
Kublai Khan (Artery Recordings) stream battering sophomore album, ‘New Strength’
Kublai Khan (Artery Recordings) stream battering sophomore album, ‘New Strength’
Kublai Khan, one of AP's 100 Bands You Need To Know in 2015, are streaming their sophomore LP, New Strength. Available now from Artery Recordings (iTunes or the real deal), it features guest vocals from one the band's influences (Bury Your Dead) and current tourmates (the Acacia Strain). Watch more... Read More ...
Kublai Khan and the Acacia Strain’s Vincent Bennett raise hell on “Still Here” (exclusive)
Kublai Khan and the Acacia Strain’s Vincent Bennett raise hell on “Still Here” (exclusive)
Texan heavyweights Kublai Khan, one of AP's 100 Bands You Need To Know in 2015, are teaming up with us today for the exclusive premiere of "Still Here." Featuring guest vocals from current tourmates, the Acacia Strain, the song serves as a slamming reminder of the brute force on their impending album for Artery Recordings. New Str... Read More ...
ENTHEOS (former members of Animals As Leaders, the Faceless) sign with Artery Recordings
ENTHEOS (former members of Animals As Leaders, the Faceless) sign with Artery Recordings
It's been less than a year since the Bay Area-based ENTHEOS burst onto the scene with an impressive lineup and the news of a forthcoming, debut EP. That lineup consists of some of the most talented musicians in the technical and progressive death metal scene: vocalist Chaney Crabb, guitarist Frank Costa (ex-Animosity), bassist Evan Brewer (ex-Animosity, ex-The Faceless) and drummer Navene Koperwei
Climates stream new album, ‘Body Clocks,’ release statement on singer’s departure
Climates stream new album, ‘Body Clocks,’ release statement on singer’s departure
U.K. metal band Climates are teaming up with AP to bring you the full stream of their new album, Body Clocks, which came out this past October. Listen to it in full below, and let us know your thoughts.  The band recently parted ways with their vocalist, Wes Thompson, and released a lengthy statement on the matter, saying, “This was one of the hardest decisions we have ever had to make.” You can r

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