EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Hero And The Horror Shares a New Music Video for “Strength Of A God”


Hero And The Horror will release their new album Old Ghosts via Salt of The Earth Records, on February, 2nd, 2024. The band has teamed up with Ghost Cult to share their brand new music video for their latest single “Strength Of A God!” Directed by Josh DeForge for Running Scared Motion Pictures, the clip matches the intensity and intrigue of the track. Watch the clip here and pre-order the album at the links below. Continue reading


GIVEAWAY – Win Music and Merch Bundles from Salt of The Earth Records and Ghost Cult Magazine


 

Ghost Cult recently got an awesome box of vinyl and CDs from Salt of The Earth Records! SOTER features bands such as Dead By Wednesday, Cortez, Thunderbird Divine, Hero and The Horror, Scissorfight, Earthride, Kings and Liars, Ol’ Time Moonshine, Lord Bishop, Scuzzy Yeti, Monster God, Curse The Son, their newest signing Inverter, and many more! We will give three (3) lucky winners each box of vinyl and CDs from the label. But wait, there’s more! We will throw in merch (shirts, vinyl, pins, patches, and other goodies from our merch closet that bands and labels have been sending us in each box! The grand This giveaway is available WORLDWIDE, since we haven’t done one this big in a while! Enter to win at our post on Instagram, and other socials. Winners will be chosen at Random on June 1st and notified via DM!

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Ghost Cult’s Weekly Ritual Edition LIVE Rock and Metal News Show 3-31-23


 

Catch up on what you missed this week in the world of Rock and Metal news with our show! #musicnews #rocknews #metalnews #interviews #newmusicfriday #vinylcollector #metalmerch

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ALBUM REVIEW: Cortez – Sell The Future


Cortez’s third full-length album shows a certain spark that was merely hinted at the Boston group”s previous releases. This is immediately established with the opening”No Escape,” which comes crashing in with a template more in line with Classic Metal than their usual Stoner Rock. I find myself reminded of Cauldron or Castle as the driving tempo sustains a reverb-friendly production job with a slew of flamboyant guitar leads, gritty bass, and chanted vocals to go around.

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