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Here’s why Dead Lakes made a vibrant video for a dark song
Here’s why Dead Lakes made a vibrant video for a dark song
Seattle-based five-piece Dead Lakes have mastered the art of lacing their deeply intimate and honest lyrics with neon vibrancy. Dead Lakes have teamed up with AltPress to exclusively premiere their latest video for “SMS Happiness.” Frontman Sumner Peterson incorporates his personal struggles with anxiety attacks and suppressed emotions into Dead Lakes’ pop-infused rock arrangements. “SMS Happiness
Broadside announce Sharptone signing with new song “Foolish Believer”
Broadside announce Sharptone signing with new song “Foolish Believer”
The last time Altpress took a big look at Broadside, we found them out in LA, doing all kinds of side hustles to pay the bills and keep their art untainted. We're pleased to announce that Ollie Baxxter and team have hooked up with SharpTone Records and have released a new single, "Foolish Believer."  ...
Polaris left their sophomore album ‘The Death Of Me’ in a “bleak place”
Polaris left their sophomore album ‘The Death Of Me’ in a “bleak place”
After cementing themselves into the metalcore community with their debut album, Polaris knew when it came to write and record their sophomore effort they’d have a heady task ahead of them. Enlisting Lance Prenc and Alpha Wolf’s Scott Simpson to co-produce the album, the group retreated to Mollymock to focus their efforts. Drummer...
Loathe bring the rock (and the roar) on “Screaming”–listen
Loathe bring the rock (and the roar) on “Screaming”–listen
Would you rather destroy an enemy or caress a loved one for hours? If you need a soundtrack for either act, Loathe have you covered. The British metalcore band are debuting a new track, “Screaming,” with AltPress today. “Much like its surrounding family of tracks, 'Screaming' offers a brand-new perspective and identity for Loathe,” guitarist Erik Bickerstaffe says. “However, the song sti... Read M
Loathe take prog-metalcore to dazzling heights on new single
Loathe take prog-metalcore to dazzling heights on new single
For all intents and purposes, ambi-directional metal outfit Loathe are giving aggressive music the inspired adrenaline stab it so desperately needs. Today the band are issuing two new tracks, “Gored” and “New Faces In The Dark,” providing ample evidence that they aren’t in it to win it as much as they are to detonate a few city blocks in the process. After recording their 201...
Don Broco share heartbreaking message with new song “Tightrope”
On the eve of their third album, Technology (out Friday via SharpTone Records), British indie rockers Don Broco are sharing their stirring new track “Tightrope,” which explores the delicate balance of human relationships. Their latest track shares a poignant message about needing support from a loved one who doesn't have the emotional reserve to be there for you. READ MORE: Do...
Emmure drop first single with new lineup, sign deal with SharpTone Records—listen
Emmure drop first single with new lineup, sign deal with SharpTone Records—listen
Emmure have rave returned with their first single featuring the band's new lineup. They also have signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast/SharpTone Records for their seventh studio album.  Read more: Video plays every Emmure song at the same time, is outrageous The new lineup features Frank Palmeri on vocals, Phil Lockett (ex the Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza) on bass, Josh Miller (ex Glass
Attila’s Fronz “comes clean,” apologizes for offensive nature
Attila’s Fronz “comes clean,” apologizes for offensive nature
Attila frontman Fronz has posted a video to both his and the band's socials stating that he will be issuing a public apology on behalf of the band tomorrow. Read more: Attila’s Fronz explains “why our generation sucks so bad”  In the nearly minute long video, the frontman acknowledges his polarizing persona and vows to issue more details tomorrow.  “I feel that it’s time to co ...
SharpTone Records (Attila, Miss May I) debut first ever release
SharpTone Records (Attila, Miss May I) debut first ever release
Did you hear that the likes of Attila, Miss May I and We Came As Romans left their labels to sign to new company SharpTone Records? We now have SharpTone's first ever release: an EP from U.K.'s Loathe, along with a new music video. Read more: Attila, We Came As Romans, Miss May I, others leave current record labels for new company SharpTone Records was co-founded by Nuclear Blast CEO Markus Staige