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Iron Savior - Titancraft
"Titancraft" is predictable in the best possible way, and just another slab of goodness that Iron Savior will proudly archive among its collection of solid albums.

Singled Out: Paul Pfau's See You Better
Paul Pfau is releasing his new EP 'Great American Love Story' on Friday (Sept 30) and to celebrate we asked him to tell us the story behind the track 'See You Better'

Singled Out: The Adversary's Falling Is Flight
Andre Mistier of The Adversary tells us the story behind the song 'Falling is Flight' from the brand new album 'Chapter 3: Falling Is Flight'.

Root 66: Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver - Burden Bearer
There's something about the plaintive quality of bluegrass music that makes the genre particularly suitable for interpreting gospel songs. mandolin master and singer Lawson leads his band through a generous 20-song set.

Singled Out: The Kontroversy's In the Indies
The Kontroversy's Kevin Sanders tells us about the inspiration behind the song 'In The Indies', which is a track from their brand new album 'Armoudale'.

Singled Out: Red Rum Club's Everybody's Friend
Liverpool alt-rockers Red Rum Club release their debut single 'Everybody's Friend' today (Sep 23rd) and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about the track

Suidakra - Realms of Odoric
"Realms of Odoric" is a special kind of dreadful. While it's safe to say few were preparing for Suidakra's finest hour, I don't think anyone was expecting the worst thing to happen to Celtic pride since the Irish Potato Famine

Singled Out: Amerakin Overdose
Amerakin Overdose producer and keys/synth player The Human tells us about the single 'I, Alone' from their brand new album 'The Great Amerakin Dream,' which set to be released on September 30th.

On The Record: Motosierra
Is the "Moto" part of Motosierra's name a tribute to Motorhead? Maybe, or maybe not, but for sure Motosierra has, like Motorhead did, a real penchant for speedy, balls-to-the-wall rock 'n' roll. And a knack for doing it well, too.


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Iced Earth Recruit Former White Wizzard Guitarist Jake Dreyer

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ONI Announce New Album 'Ironshore'

Nothing More Already Have 17 Songs For New Album

Delain Extend Tour Plans With UK Dates

Frank Carducci Band To Headline Masquerade Festival

Singled Out: The Adversary's Falling Is Flight

Aaron Lewis Scores No. 1 Album With Sinner

Adele Believes Smoking Helped Her Sing

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Justin Timberlake Remembers Arnold Palmer

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Thomas Rhett Expanding 'Tangled Up' For Deluxe Version

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Rae Sremmurd Release 'Black Beatles' Video

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Singled Out: Flight Brigade's Hurricane Season
Flight Brigade will release debut album 'Our Friends Our Enemies' on October 14th and today lead singer Oliver Baines tells us about the lead single 'Hurricane Season'.

Rabid Young - EP 1
You hear a lot of different musical influences coming through EP 1 by Rabid Young. A lot of these influences take on the form of passionate 80s musical voices.

Singled Out: Ray and Remora
Ray & Remora just released their first full-length 'Startle It Up' and to celebrate we asked frontwoman Amanda (Remora) Walker from tells us about the track 'The Happening'.

Gravitysays_i - Quantum Unknown
This Greek band has released one of the most interesting prog records to come along this year. Opening cut "More Than a Matter of Instinct" tunes in to a spacy groove that sounds like early Pink Floyd

Singled Out: V2's Long Live Rock N Roll
The young rockers from V2 (pronounced V-Squared) recently released their new album 'V2: The Beginning' and to celebrate brothers, Vittorio and Vincenzo, tell us about the song 'Long Live Rock N Roll'.

Road Trip: Odysea Aquarium Making A Splash In Scottsdale, AZ
There's a brand new place to have fun in Scottsdale and rockin' lobsters, cool catfish and swinging starfish are coming from all over to check the place out, as are creatures of the human persuasion

Singled Out: Atlas Will Sound's August
Johnny and Thad of Atlas Will Sound tell us the story behind their single 'August', which is one of the group's planned series of song releases this year.

Singled Out: Mugg Shot
Abottsford, BC rapper Mugg Shot releases his new album 'Mean Muggin' today (September 16th) and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about some of the tracks.

TBT: The Mars Volta - Frances The Mute
For this week's TBT review we travel back to 2005 to revisit Mark Hensch's 5 Star review of The Mars Volta's 'Frances The Mute' which proved that bands could still stretch the bounds of music and find success.

Root 66 Ladies Edition: Annika Chambers, Gabrielle Louise, Tami Neilson, Carrie Newcomer
This time out our spotlight on the best new roots music releases features ladies only including Annika Chambers, Gabrielle Louise, Tami Neilson and Carrie Newcomer.

Singled Out: Evolfo Moon Eclipsed the Sun
Garage soul rockers Evolfo are releasing their new EP,'Last of the Acid Cowboys', this Friday (Sept 16) and to celebrate we asked Matthew Gibbs to tell us about the song 'Moon Eclipsed the Sun'.

Winter Calling - FACES
Winter Calling is a progressive rock band, and there are plenty of rock fans that draw the taste line at progressive sounds. However, this group's singer, Chris Hodges, is so good, even progressive haters might make an exception.

Singled Out: Unconscious Disturbance's Let it Rain
Brazilian/American rockers Unconscious Disturbance just released their new EP 'Let It Rain' and to celebrate we asked them to tell us the story behind the title track.

Singled Out: Elayna's Honey I Told You
Elayna is releasing her self-titled debut EP on Friday (Sept 16th) and to celebrate we asked her to tell us a little bit about the EP's lead single 'Honey I Told You'.

Dinosaur Pile-Up - Eleven Eleven
Dinosaur Pile-Up singer and guitarist Matt Bigland says that "11:11," the title track of this album, is in part about finding significance in insignificance

Singled Out: 35th and Taylor's Night Terrors
35th and Taylor singer Anna Taylor tells us about the song 'Night Terrors' from their recent album release 'I Know You're Trouble.' You may recognize Anna as former contestant on The Voice

Mike Campese - Chapters
The recent earthquake in central Italy no doubt brought back horrible memories for Campese- the guitarist lost several relatives to a similar event that occurred in the same area a few years ago

Singled Out: Riley Etheridge Jr.'s Like A Fool
Riley Etheridge Jr. released his new album 'Secrets, Hope & Waiting' today (Sept 9th) and to celebrate we asked him to tell us the story behind the song 'Like A Fool'.

Coffin Dust - Everything is Dead
Given Coffin Dust's ties to Exhumed, it's no surprise "Everything is Dead" follows the path bulldozed by the gods of gore metal, but with a mild punk edge I'm attributing to The Misfits and others.

Singled Out: Soffia Bjorg's I Lie
Icelandic newcomer Soffia Bjorg just released her debut single 'I Lie' and to celebrate we asked to tell us the story behind the track.

On The Record: Kate Fagan - I Don't Wanna Be Too Cool
Fans that went through the new wave years in the Chicago vicinity will be especially pleased with this rerelease of music that Fagan recorded before she went on to front Chi-Town ska band Heavy Manners

Singled Out: Sweet Cambodia's Anxiety
Sweet Cambodia recently released their latest single, 'Anxiety,' and to celebrate we asked to tell us the story behind the track from tells us the wild story behind the track


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