..To The Bars opens with Bean’s unusual drum pattern that is soon filled out by Bly and B.ILL’s chiming guitars. Booming bass leads the band into the metal-influenced verse, as basser B.ILL howls out gritty vocals full of despair. The band’s only cure for the despairs of... read full story»
An exclusive performance by San Diego’s own Little Hurricane, open only to an intimate audience of Pandora listeners! Attendees were treated to a limited-edition event poster, onsite Instagram prints and an opportunity to check out the Toyota RAV4.
Toyota Sessions is an exciting... read full story»
Bass Player LIVE! returns to Los Angeles for a seventh year November 8-9, 2014 with two full days of clinics and exhibitions at S.I.R. Studios, plus a special Saturday evening session featuring the presentation of Bass Player’s Young Gun Award to Henrik Linder of Dirty Loops and the Lifetime... read full story»
In anticipation of ZHU’s live debut this weekend as one of the headline acts at Australia’s 2nd annual Listen Out! Festival, the elusive artist now shares his latest creation via the country’s lead tastemaker, Triple J radio – a cover of CHVRCHES electro-pop hit single... read full story»
We are excited to announce the signing of Manchester’s answer to pop punk, The Masquerade.
“We’re really looking forward to working with Deadlock PR. We feel that their previous work within the industry will be a massive help in putting us in the right direction! Hopefully we can be... read full story»
San Diego’s Helen Earth Band is excited to announce they will be joining the upcoming Finch / Maps & Atlases / Wounds tour this Fall. Dates listed below. Tickets for all shows can be purchased at Back To Oblivion.
Helen Earth Band will be heading out in support of their upcoming... read full story»
Over the last 18 months 22-year-old singer/songwriter/artist Charli XCX’s rise to international pop stardom has been nothing short of meteoric. From releasing her dark-pop record “True Romance” in 2013 to a wealth of critical acclaim, Charli has toured the globe with the likes of Coldplay... read full story»
September 10, 1964, some 50 years ago, The Kinks had their first number one with the classic “You Really Got Me” and the rest is rock n roll history.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, a must-have 5-disc box set spanning the peerless output from that landmark year through 1971... read full story»
Suicidal Records is proud to announce their plans of re-releasing the entire collective works by legendary crossover outfit, NO MERCY, this October.
Founded by Mike Clark in the mid-’80s, before he became a part of the dominating Suicidal Tendencies, NO MERCY only released one album... read full story»
Philip Selway has unveiled a visually striking video for new single “It Will End In Tears”. Made in conjunction with Northern Film & Media and the Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, the video is the creation of RAMMATIK, aka Rannvá Káradóttir & Marianna Mørkøre, a... read full story»
As August came to an end, I found myself venturing a bit outside my normal comfort zone in Atlanta to Swayze’s Venue, north of the city, to catch up with City of the Weak as they rolled into town. Led on vocals by the always energetic Stef “with an F”, Minnesota based City of the Weak have... read full story»
Interview with Lorenzo Spano
Mother Mary Mood
Gary Flinn HHM
Mother Mary Mood is a rock band from Italy. Mother Mary Mood is not a band to be taken lightly both in sound and in attitude. This group of five pack a real rock sound that is heavy without alienating the general music... read full story»
Interview with Miss May I Vocalist,
As day 24 of Mayhem Festival 2014 brought the tour to Aaron’s Amphitheater in Atlanta, Georgia, I was presented with the opportunity for an interview with Miss May I vocalist, Levi Benton. Although I had not planned to take on any... read full story»
TeamMate’s single, “Don’t Count Me Out”- a triumphant, optimistic song that brings out the fighting spirit of an underdog, garnered attention during Wimbledon this summer.The tune’s universal theme of coming back when life knocks you down has been very well received on SoundCloud,... read full story»
Two years ago, I had the opportunity to check out Righteous Vendetta as they played in Purgatory at the Masquerade in Atlanta. I had never heard of them until that night. I have to say, they caught my eye and more importantly my ear from the very first song of their set. After the show, I... read full story»
Many artists become political after making the “big-time”, however, relative newcomers Madison Rising started out political from the band’s name to lyrical content to where they have performed.
Madison Rising, originally took the Madison from the street where their studio was on, then... read full story»
Friday the 13th Special for HellhoundMusic readers:
AndiHHM talked with Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox and Monoxide to find out what the rest of 2014 looks like for the horrorcore/rap duo. Detroit’s painted rappers dish about their plans and their fans. Check out their website for new music and... read full story»
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Leighton Antelman, the vocalist and primary lyricist for Lydia. The band had been on tour with Golden Sun and Hrvrd, performing their widely-acclaimed album “Illuminate”, from front to back. I chatted with Antelman about the tour, their writing process,... read full story»
HHM: The lifespan for most bands these days is a lot smaller these days than what it used to be pre-internet. What keeps you guys going after more than 25 years in the business?
Jeffrey Nothing: Skinny and I started writing and performing together in Hatrix, our band prior to Mushroomhead in 1989,... read full story»
Pat Capriglione Photography
Upon hearing Jesse Denaro’s new album, Dear Love, set for independent release on May 13th, listeners may not know the amount of work Denaro did to create music that resounds with love, longing, and positivity through turmoil. An excerpt from his Bio states:
“I... read full story»