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Underoath Share New Single ‘Pneumonia’ From New Album ‘Voyeurist’

Underoath haveshared Pneumonia, the third single off their highly anticipated seventh full-length, Voyeurist, set for release on January 14 via Fearless RecordsPneumonia is a sonic and lyrical voyage through death, partly inspired by the passing of guitarist Tim McTague’s father. Clocking in at just over seven minutes, the track shows Underoath continuing to push their boundaries as a band, serving as one of the most melodic and experimental songs in their career. As the track progresses, the listener is met with eerie guitars, pulsating drums, and an earth-shaking switch from Aaron Gillespie’s lush vocals to Spencer Chamberlain’s intense screams.

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10 QUESTIONS WITH BEN HOSKING – Guitarist with Where the Devil

Q: Descending Death is the band’s fourth single release and marks yet another stylistic turning point. How would you describe your sound to someone who hasn’t heard you?

A: We try to be as heavy as we can while still retaining melody in the songs. At least at this point in time, there is no WTD template, so to speak: we write whatever comes to us and if we like it, it goes to the next stage and Ben (Pennifold, singer) will add his lyrical magic to it and it becomes a Where the Devil track. We don’t have a set list full of modern tech metal, or groove metal, or thrash or any one genre. I think for us, there are some touch points that you can find throughout all our songs, like certain chord types or chug techniques that might help tie it together, but it’s really Ben’s vocals that are the link between our different sounds.

Really, I think the fact all our songs have been a bit different has been more a plus than a possible negative.

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Official Video : Where the Devil – ‘Descending Death’

Where the Devil‘s latest single, ‘Descending Death’ is released on streaming services August 27. It is perhaps the antithesis of the band’s last outing, ‘Misery’; ramping up the tempo and the aggression to new levels of brutality.

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Album Review : Miranda Easten – Behind Unbroken Strings

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

MIRANDA EASTEN
BEHIND UNBROKEN STRINGS
Released – May 21st 

Following the success of singles Cowboy Lullaby and the super-catchy Country Boy across Australia and USA, Christchurch’s Miranda Easten is releasing her long awaited debut album Behind Unbroken Strings. The collection proves that she is a master of twang and a face of modern country music.

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Album Review : The Damn Truth – Now Or Nowhere

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

THE DAMN TRUTH – NOW OR NOWHERE
Released – May 2021

Montreal-based rock band The Damn Truth have recently bubbled up from an underground presence with the release of their third album, Now Or Nowhere, mostly produced by the legendary Bob Rock who got heavily involved in the recording process by introducing the band to a range of vintage guitars and amps to tie in with the 1970’s attitude and live sound.

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Album Review : Midnite City – Itch You Can’t Scratch

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

MIDNITE CITY
ITCH YOU CAN’T SCRATCH
Released – June 11th 

Since bursting out onto the scene with a vengeance in 2017, Midnite City have taken on the world and hustled themselves to the top of the pile to be considered one of the top modern exponents of quality melodic rock.  Their debut self-titled album was a cracker, with Harry Hess mastering their demos, the full band being pulled together, and the formal release gave enough support for the band to be considered as leaders of a resurgence in commercial AOR hair-metal heaven! 

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Slowly Slowly Extend Australian Headline Tour 2021

Photo credit: Kyle Caulfield

Australian alt favourites Slowly Slowlyhave announced a huge list of added dates and venue upgrades to their 2021 national headline tour, and revealed label-mates Yours Truly as special guests. It comes after the band played a huge set at Live At The Bowl alongside Ocean Alley, Maddy Jane & The Grogans last week, and ahead along the east coast with Full Tilt Festival shortly. 

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Album Review : THE DUST CODA – Mojo Skyline

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

THE DUST CODA – Mojo Skyline

Release Date – 26th March 2021

The Press Release for The Dust Coda‘s forthcoming album Mojo Skyline tells us that it was recorded at Modern World Studios with the multi-platinum, award-winning producer Clint Murphy (Manic Street Preachers, Thunder, Devilskin), and offers a plenitude of tracks that leap across the spectrum of rock’n’roll, containing half a decade’s worth of the band’s raw soul and innermost demons. 

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Album Review : Joel Hoekstra’s 13 – Running Games

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

JOEL HOEKSTRA’S 13
RUNNING GAMES
Released – 12th Feb 2021

Running Games is the follow up to the Dying to Love album that was the opening Joel Hoekstra’s 13 record – as a full band line-up rather than the instrumental solo records he released prior to that. 

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Album Review : THUNDER – All The Right Noises

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

THUNDER
All The Right Noises
Released – March 12th 2021

Thunder may be the band who will just never give up – having been a fan from the earliest Terraplane days, and having been lucky enough to be present at the 10th Anniversary “farewell” tour in 1999, and the 20 Years & Out show at Hammersmith Odeon in 2009 (despite moving to Australia in 1998) and even getting to shoot the sold-out Hammersmith show in March 2015, we felt thrilled to get the band to Australia in 2017 for some intimate, but very raucous club shows.

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Naked Gypsy Queens – release “Georgiana” (Official Music Video)

Photo – John Partipilo

With the release of their single Georgiana, the Tennessee quartet Naked Gypsy Queens stake their claim as one of the new heavyweights of rock & roll’s modern-day renaissance. Rooted in amplified blues, hard-charging grooves, and dual lead guitars, the band builds upon the larger-than-life sound of their heroes from the 1960s and ’70s, keeping the flame burning for old-school hard rock while using their own 21st century fuel. Having just been signed to Mascot Records, the band’s forthcoming EP is slated for release in late 2021. 

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Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – Pukebox (Official Video)

Completing what’s been a significant creative journey over the last few years, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets and filmmaker Oliver Jones present the official video for the band’s latest single, ‘Pukebox’.

Following on from their recent claymation videos for ‘Mr. Prism’ and ‘Tally-Ho!’, Jones puts his own spin on Psychedelic Porn Crumpets already hectic sonic narrative

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