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Today we are thrilled to bring you the premiere of the new video from Calgary based melodic punk band Bring On The Storm! The video is for their new song “Decompose” and was shot at Ill-Fated Kustoms Motorcycle Shop in Calgary. Alan Bremner filmed and edited the video. Singer and guitarist Chris Kreuger said of the song, “This tune is about an invisible monster that burdens and even sometimes takes life away. We all know victims. We’ve named the monster depression.” The song is available digitally via Thousand Island Records and you can pre-save it here. Check out the new video below!
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Tributes to rock singer and actor, Meat Loaf (real name Marvin Lee Aday), have started to roll in. Meat Loaf passed away yesterday (January 20) at the age of 74. Among those paying tribute are Scorpions, Queen’s Brian May, Mike Portnoy, Randy Bachman, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick, photographer Mick…For more, check out: (Source)

The group’s 1991 ballad “Breakin’ My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)” has found a whole new audience thanks to viral clips that poke fun at heartbreak For more, check out: (Source)

The full soundtrack will be available February 25th via Interscope Records.
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Trivium’s Matthew Kiichi unveils Tamashii No Houkai, the debut single from his Japan-themed, Ihsahn-produced black metal solo project Ibaraki For more, check out: (Source)

Bruce Springsteen joins the roots-rock icon on an album steeped in a sense of fading mortality For more, check out: (Source)

Papa Roach voice their support for the marginalised and oppressed with anthemic new single Stand Up For more, check out: (Source)

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The song is a callback to the classic 2009 episode “Fishsticks” where Kanye West believes that he’s a gay fish For more, check out: (Source)