Crown The Empire have shared their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “MZRY” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Sudden Sky which is due out on July 19th via Rise Records.
The band commented on the album:
Our new album ‘Sudden Sky‘ is a digital representation of who we are at this moment in time. It captures our innermost fears and anxieties while questioning humanity and the chaos of the world we live in today. This urgent search for meaning taught us that the only way to truly be human is to be vulnerable. ‘Sudden chance and destruction will lead to your liberation…
In an interview with Brewtally Speaking Podcast, Like Moths To Flames‘ singer Chris Roetter have revealed that the band has severed their ties with Rise Records. He also revealed that the band has been busy working on demos for their new album.
This is actually the first time that the band’s been doing adequate demos. Like we would do ‘oh, man, check out this riff with these shitty drums.’ We actually paid our own money, went and did some demos.
So we’re actually taking the writing very seriously this time. We’re actually not on Rise anymore. This is the first time we are gonna be doing… not something on our own, we’re just kinda in-between right now.
…What I’d said about ‘Dying Things‘, about how we feel about the last few releases was just an extension of that, unfortunately, where… I’m not trying to blow up anybodies spot, but I personally feel like we were backburnered a little bit.
We’re an easy band to please, cause we do a lot of things ourselves. So it’s like when we ask for minimal things, that was us getting help. Instead of it helping the band, it was like ‘welp here’s us giving you aid and that’s it.’
So I think for us it’s kinda lit a fire to be the best that we can be. Having new members definitely makes it easier. People would be like Moths has had 7-8 members, is it hard? It’s like no, because people keep leaving that made it hard.
Then we bring in people who are ambitious about the band, who want to grind and write… It’s almost like let me prove my worth type of thing. The dudes have gone way beyond that.
To listen for the rest of the interview, check it out below.
Angels & Airwaves have announced their comeback by unveiling their new music video. You can check out the video for their new song “Rebel Girl” below. The song is the band’s first official release under the Rise Records banner whom they signed with recently.
Vocalist Tom DeLonge commented:
Rebel Girl is a space-age love song that combines my enduring obsession for New Wave, pop punk and anthemic rock and roll music. As some of you might’ve heard, I recently took a brief minute to start up an aerospace company, so you never know – I may play this song from a satellite deep in space, beamed toward everyone’s house viciously on repeat.
Blessthefall has unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Welcome Home” below. The song is taken from the band’s latest album Hard Feelings which was released via Rise Records.
Memphis May Fire have unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Heavy Is The Weight” featuring Christian rapper Andy Mineo below. The song is from the band’s latest album Broken which was released recently via Rise Records.
Vocalist Matty Mullins commented:
The song is about how hard it can be to remain purpose-driven and intentional with what you pursue when you don’t know who you can trust along the way. Trying to stay true to yourself when it feels like the world wants you to fail.
Sevendust have released their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Risen” below. The song is from the band’s latest album All I See Is War which was released via Rise Records.
God Alone have unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “David” below. The song is from the band’s latest album Bent Shoulders which was released last July via Rise Records.
Cane Hill have released their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “86d — No Escort” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new EP Kill The Sun which is due out on January 18th via Rise Records.
The band commented:
‘86d — No Escort; was actually the first song with predominant electronic influence. We wrote it with Drew Fulk and he brought that out of us and helped us shape the rest of the EP. Originally, there weren’t any real drums at all but [drummer] Devin [Clark] really came through, adding the dynamics that he did.
“We wanted to go with a really early 2000s vibe on this song and drew inspiration from artists like Everlast and Cypress Hill to get what we got out of it. Overall, it became a catchy as fuck tune that anyone who’s ever been shitty can relate to.
Alternative metal pioneers Sevendust have announced that they will be releasing a limited vinyl set of their older releases via Rise Records. You can check out what the band posted on their social media regarding this announcement below.