ALBUM REVIEW: Architects – For Those That Wish To Exist: Live at Abbey Road 

Last year, UK metalcore masters Architects showed a new side of their souls with their ninth album For Those That Wish To Exist (Epitaph Records). Now with their performance at the iconic Abbey Road Studios, each song shines in its full potential for a historic mark in the band’s career. 

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Architects Share New Singles For Spotify Including New Deftones Cover

On the strength of Architects recent killer of an album Holy Hell (Epitaph Records), the band have been promoting the hell out of the album and their upcoming world tour. The band checked into legendary Abbey Road Studios to record two exclusive singles for Spotify. One is new take on their Holy Hell track ‘Death Is Not Defeat’, and the other is a smashing cover of Deftones’ classic ‘Change (In The House of Flies)’. These cuts are a real change of pace for the band, complete with incredible string arrangements. A video of the record appears to in the works as well, based on a post to Twitter. Catch the band on their current tour with Beartooth and Polaris. Hails! Continue reading

Hear An Unreleased Song By Bush From Razorblade Suitcase – Sleeper



90s rock band Bush’s sophomore album Razorblade Suitcase (Trauma/Interscope) turns 20 years old today and the band is releasing a reissue on December 16th via Round Hill/Zuma Rock Records. Hear the first unreleased material from that album ever in the form of the single ‘Sleeper’ below: Continue reading

Sir George Martin, Legendary Beatles Producer, Dies At Age 90

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Sir George Martin, often credited as “the fifth Beatle” for his production work with the group, has passed away at age 90, according to published reports. Beatles drummer Ringo Starr broke the news first in a series of tweets earlier today. It was Martin who actually got the Beatles their record deal, on the urging of manager Brian Epstein in the first place in 1962, which led them to be forever linked to eachother. Although he was a giant of the music world, he often shunned the spotlight and gave credit to others whenever possible. Credited with hundreds of albums produced, his innovative studio work, countless number one albums, hit singles, Academy Awards, soundtrack work (The James Bond films in particular), and comedy albums, Martin leaves an indelible legacy on the music world.