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Zeds Dead shares new mix Catching Z’s Vol. II

Following the release of Deadbeats Compilation 1 last week on their Deadbeats label, Zeds Dead are back back today to share a new mix. Catching Z’s Vol. II debuted via PAPER Magazine and is the follow up to the first Catching Z’s mix that Zeds Dead released a year ago. …

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Tributes to Led Zeppelin & The Beatles Headline Season 8 of AXS TV’s ‘The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands’ Returning March 8

THE WORLD’S GREATEST TRIBUTE BANDS—the only series on television dedicated to showcasing professional tribute artists—returns for an eighth season on AXS TV Wednesday, March 8 at 10pE/7pP live from historic Hollywood concert venue The Whisky A Go Go. TV personality and classic rock expert Katie Daryl hosts the 10-episode line-up, …

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DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT Announce US Dates

DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT will return to the road in the US this year with a two week stretch of dates; some of which will see the band playing support for Opeth. The band continues to tour on the strength of their new record, Transcendence. Speaking about their upcoming shows in …

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Later Days stream debut album, announce tour

Austin alternative quintet Later Days release debut album Lost in The Sound on Friday. The album is streaming in full exclusively via New Noise Magazine. Watch the lyric video for ‘Get Estranged’. Later Days will also be hitting the road in support of the new record on the following dates: …

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CREEPER PREMIERE NEW TRACK ‘BLACK RAIN’

Having earned three major awards last year – Best British Newcomer at the Kerrang! Awards, Best New Band at the Metal Hammer Golden God Awards and Best British Newcomer in Rock Sound readers’ poll – CREEPER have released their new single ‘Black Rain’ which is the opening track to their …

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The Kills Share VR Video for ‘Whirling Eye’

The Kills – Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince – are pleased to share a brand new video for ‘Whirling Eye’, off 2016’s album Ash & Ice. The video, helmed by award-winning video director Sophie Muller, a longtime collaborator of the band, was shot at several locations in Los Angeles using …

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