Brendon Small’s Galaktikon Streaming New Song “My Name Is Murder”

The wait is over – Dethklok mastermind Brendon Small has unleashed a brand new, full track cut from his upcoming high-stakes intergalactic extreme rock/metal album, “Galaktikon II: Become The Storm.”

The album will officially drop August 25th, 2017 via Megaforce Records/MRI and today a new single, entitled “My Name Is Murder.” is available for streaming below.

Brendon Small says: “I wrote all the riffs for ‘My Name Is Murder’ in one sitting, and it quickly became a favorite while we were making the record. Story-wise, this song is about a bad dude doing very bad things, and writing from the POV of a bad guy is very, very fun for me.”

1. Some Days Are For Dying
2. Icarus Six Sixty Six
3. The Agenda
4. The Ocean Galaktik
5. My Name Is Murder
6. Become The Storm
7. Nightmare
8. Could This Be The End
9. To Kill A God
10. Exitus
11. Rebuilding A Planet

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American Standards Releasing New Album “Anti-Melody”

Arizona based quartet American Standards is set to release forthcoming full-length album, “Anti-Melody,” on April 28th.

Forming in 2011 and releasing a first record in 2012 on We Are Triumphant, the band quickly became known for intense live shows, a tongue in cheek demeanor, and relentless work ethic playing over 250+ shows to date.

Vocalist Brandon Kellum comments: “What started as social commentary on the growing divide in our society became very personal when our founding guitarist (Cody Conrad) passed of suicide and then soon after, my father of cancer. We went back in to re-write much of the album and in a lot of ways used it as therapy to deal with the experiences. Although very personal, at its core Anti-Melody is centered around the universal theme of separation on many levels.”

1. Writers Block Party
2. Carpe Diem, Tomorrow
3. Church Burner
4. Bartenders Without Wings
5. Danger Music #9
6. CancerEater
7. Broken Culture
8. Chicago Overcoat

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Watch Metallica & Lady Gaga Performing “Moth Into Flame” Somewhat “Together” At The Grammys Awards

Metallica took to the stage with Lady Gaga tonight at the 59th annual Grammy Awards. They more or less performed “Moth Into Flame” “together”. It quickly became clear that James Hetfield’s mic wasn’t working, visibly frustrating the Metallica frontman as Lady Gaga carried on performing. At the end of the performance, Hetfield knocked down his mic stand and threw his guitar offstage.

Check it our below…

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