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Separations - Dream Eater
This Atlanta-based hard rock five-piece features both clean and death growl vocals on their songs and on title cut "Dream Eater" it may seem at first listen that the two styles are acting out a good vs evil scenario

Singled Out: Artifas's Inhuman and Blood For Blood
Artifas just released their new album 'Inhuman' and to celebrate we asked frontman Scottie Somerville to tell us about a couple of tracks from the effort including the title song and 'Blood For Blood.'

Singled Out: Evol Walks' Without Me
Evol Walks are making a big splash in America so we asked Leah Martin-Brown to tell us a little bit about their brand new single 'Without Me', which they released late last month.

Roses Unread - The Silver Lining
If Pat Benatar had fronted a metal band it might have sounded something like this band. All the hallmarks of metal are here: grinding guitar riffs, thrumming bass, rapid fire drumbeats and growled out background vocals

Singled Out: Dawn Landes and Piers Faccini's Book Of Dreams
Acclaimed musicians Dawn Landes and Piers Faccini just released their new joint 'Desert Songs' EP and to celebrate we asked Dawn to tell us about the song 'Book Of Dreams'.

Nuclear - Formula for Anarchy
Nuclear is from Chile and plays a Kreator-based style of thrash, and while style points stick them ahead of the pack by an inch, the reality of "Formula for Anarchy" sets them back a mile.

Singled Out: Heathers' November
Irish alt-pop duo Heathers just released their new single 'November' and a video for the track that features Brian Fortune (Game of Thrones). To celebrate we asked Louise to tell us about the song

Sites and Sounds: Spring Music Festival Preview
Here's an advance look at what will be going on at some of the tastiest music festivals coming up this spring, including two that are taking place this year for the very first time.

Singled Out: Striker's Out For Blood
Canadian metal band Striker released their brand new album 'Stand In The Fire' today (Feb 5) and to celebrate we asked frontman Dan Cleary to tell us about the song 'Out For Blood'.


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Singled Out: Artifas's Inhuman and Blood For Blood

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Made For Broadway - Life Lessons
This pop punk band is from Johannesburg, South Africa and most of their gigs are performed there but, also having performed some shows in SoCal, they are not completely unknown to fans in the U.S.

Singled Out: Not By Sight's Stand
Not By Sight frontwoman Jane Train tells us about the song 'Stand', which she co-wrote with Corey Lowery (Dark New Day/Eye Empire) and recorded with him, Troy McLawhorn (Evanescence) and Morgan Rose (Sevendust).

Gloryhammer - Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards
"Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards" takes the Rhapsody of Fire formula and runs with it barefacedly. The effort transcends just stupid worship of a trailblazing band

Singled Out: Surfacing's The Demons of Attica
Surfacing recently released their new album 'Chaos Through Clarity' and to celebrate we asked guitarist Joe D (who also co-produced the album) to tell us about the song 'The Demons of Attica'.

Javier Escovedo - Kicked Out of Eden
One of the musically blessed Escovedo clan that includes Sheila E., Pete, Coke and Alejandro Escovedo, Javier was a founding member of late '70s band the Zeros and the True Believers

Singled Out: Conan's Revengeance
Conan just released their brand new studio album 'Revengeance' and to celebrate we asked frontman Jon Davis tells us about the title track

MorleyView Dioni
One of the most pleasant musical surprises for me last year was the introduction to Dioni Vertzayas or just Dioni to her many fans. With his curiosity piqued about this wonderful singer, Morley had to find out more about her.

Singled Out: Chaser Eight's Step Into The Light
Chaser Eight released their brand new single 'Step Into The Light' today, January 29th, and to celebrate we asked guitarist/songwriter Pat Walsh to tell us the story behind the track

Schammasch - Sic Lvceat Lvx
"Sic Lvceat Lvx" is one of those albums that had a chance to be incredible but it sounds like an album that has neither a head nor feet to keep it balanced. Everything in the album lacks pacing, nuance, any sense of resolve

Singled Out: Silvertung's Face The Music
Baltimore hard rockers Silvertung just released their brand new single and video 'Face The Music' to celebrate we asked frontman Speed to tell us about the track, which will be on their forthcoming album 'Out of The Box'.

RAM - Svbversvm
"Svbversvm" may be something of importance to the RAM catalog as it manages to shed much of the inconsistency that has loitered around the group since the dawn of time.

Singled Out: Natalie Nylon's Brave
Natalie Nylon today shares with us the story behind the song 'Brave' which is a track from her brand new '7th Heaven' EP that was released late last year

Sunflower Dead - It's Time to Get Weird
Members of the band wear evil clown make-up in concert and in their videos so an album title like It's Time to Get Weird is very fitting, but the guys prove right here that there's no fooling around when it comes down to laying down the riffs.

Singled Out: Spencer Sutherland's Bad Influence
Pop singer/songwriter Spencer Sutherland tells us about his brand new single 'Bad Influence' which follows the release of his recent 'Unveiled' EP.

Witchsorrow - No Light Only Fire
Witchsorrow rides this cool wavelength that touches on the evil atmosphere of Electric Wizard while brushing against the bluesy drawls of Black Sabbath and the attitude of Cathedral.

RockPile: Prog Edition
Kevin Wierzbicki returns with a special edition of Rock Pile where he looks at the new prog releases: Moraz Alban Project's MAP, Yuka & Chronoship's The 3rd Planetary Chronicles and Consider the Source's World War Trio (Parts II & III).


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