Too Close To Touch Share New Video “Before I Cave In”

Lexington, Kentucky band Too Close To Touch share a new song and video “Before I Cave In”.

Explains the band: “We’re happy to share our new single, ’Before I Cave In’ — a dark and emotive song that was cathartic for us to write. We wanted to push ourselves to try something new for this music video and explore making a light-hearted visual that was the polar opposite of that. Sometimes humor and the ability to laugh at yourself is the best form of self-medication.”

Watch the video for “Before I Cave In” now below:

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Interview Shawn Driver Act of Defiance s01ep07 Album Drops Oct 6

In an interview with content creator pags409, & Act of Defiance drummer Shawn Drover comments an early Christmas present, tour plans, the ability to create as a band, and the beauty of the sound of vinyl. Enjoy the listen and follow us on Instagram and Twitter at (@smnnews, @hardrockcore69, @pags409) and on YouTube – SMNnews […]

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Interview Shawn Driver Act of Defiance s01ep07 Album Drops Oct 6

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Nidingr Posts New Song “On Dead Body Shore”

Norwegian metal band Nidingr just premiered another crushing new track off forthcoming album “The High Heat Licks Against Heaven.” The track, titled “On Dead Body Shore,” is a pulverizing dose of eviscerating metal and is streaming below.

“The High Heat Licks Against Heaven” will be released by Season of Mist on February 10th, 2017. Regarding today’s newly unveiled track, Nidingr founder and guitarist Teloch comments:

“To me this song solidifies a thing that is fucking great about Nidingr – no rules. When being genre Nazis like most black metal bands are, you lose the ability to write songs that you would otherwise want to. This song proves that at least we, who have the balls to do it, do not need to constrict ourselves to one specific genre, like some no-brain capacity black metal elitist feel like they have to.”

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Biohazard To Hold Open Auditions For New Singer

Brooklyn, New York based metal/hardcore veterans Biohazard has announced that they will be holding open auditions for a new vocalist, in order to replace former frontman Evan Seinfeld, who left in early June of this year. A statement from the band themselves reads as follows:

“ATTENTION SINGERS!!! You think you got what it takes to be one of the voices for Biohazard? Send us your music, videos, links, etc. to and we’ll check you out. Experience is a must, as is the ability to commit 100% to the life of a full-time touring musician, as the band is booked solid for 2012 and 2013.”

Biohazard will be releasing their new studio album, “Reborn In Defiance” through Nuclear Blast Records sometime in the near future.

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