Hawks Do Not Share unveil music video for debut single ‘Break Even.
‘”Quit while you’re ahead”, the old adage goes. A simple enough concept in the casino, but when you’re talking about a lifetime in pursuit of a dream often feeling just out of reach, how do you... read full story»
Nathan Stanley, who is being called the “Prince of Bluegrass,” has been turning heads in multiple genres, and most recently bluegrass, as he picks up a nomination for “Bluegrass Album of the Year” at the 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards. Incorporating styles from his... read full story»
Las Vegas’ Vyla Vice releases new single ‘Dancing In The Rain’
Vyla Vice is a multi-talented musician, singer and song writer in various different genres of music. Vyla Vice has been in multiple known acts which range from pop to rock music touring nationally and hopes to take... read full story»
Cycles Within Cycles is a precursor to post-rock/metal outfit The Clouds Will Clear, who recently released their self titled EP with Bleeding Light Records. Now, Bleeding Light will also issue a digital and limited cassette version of Cycles Within Cycles lone work, Mouths of Rivers.
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Today saw grunge trio The Kut release their 4 track Make Up EP, in digital and physical format, via Criminal Records.Self-styled as ‘basement rock’, The Kut present a sonic collage that evokes everything that made the 1990’s alternative rock scene such a beautifully broken beast. Tying thick... read full story»
Legendary guitarist Johnny Marr has released “Easy Money” – the first single from his upcoming album Playland due out October 7 via Warner Music Group. Following a first listen on BBC 6 Music, Marr premiered the track’s video via Pitchfork. Rolling Stone explains the song... read full story»
Roadrunner Records group Marmozets have announced details of their debut album ‘THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL MARMOZETS’ which will be released digitally in the US on SEPTEMBER 30TH. ‘THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL MARMOZETS’ is currently available for pre-order via iTunes, with all pre-orders... read full story»
Winning widespread critical acclaim from music publications, and also winning the hearts of music lovers the world over, Tame Impala’s most recent album Lonerism was released in late 2012 and has gone on to sell in excess of 172,000 copies in the United States, and was nominated for Best... read full story»
In an age where music follows a cookie-cutter format, it’s quite rare to find an artist who blends raw talent with a unique sound. New artist Michael Gadiva not only displays those gifts, but presents them in stunning fashion. A native of Philadelphia, PA, (now based in Atlanta) Michael... read full story»
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Katie Crutchfield, aka Waxahatchee has announced an intimate solo tour where she will be playing new material from her upcoming, recently wrapped new album along side songs from her previous two albums. Read what Katie had to say about the tour below:
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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»
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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»
Interview with Athens, GA Rock band Lullwater while on tour with Passafire
HHM: This is pretty interesting tour package, are you finding that you guys are getting to play in front of a group of people that you might not normally get to play for?
John: Yeah, it’s been a diverse crowd. We were a... read full story»