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The Dead Daisies have released the new video below, offering a behind the scenes look at the recording of “Chosen And Justified” in the South of France. The song appears on their new album, Holy Ground, scheduled for release on Friday (January 22) via SPV. Influenced by ’70s and early…For more, check out: (Source)

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WISH-TV is reporting that Jon Schaffer, one of two Hoosiers facing criminal charges in connection with the US Capitol riot, will remain in the Marion County Jail as a federal prisoner until at least Friday.
Government lawyers are asking the judge to not offer Schaffer a bond. The FBI…For more, check out: (Source)

New England-based extreme metal quintet, Aversed, has released a video for the scientific-inspired track, “Laboratory”, from the band’s upcoming release, Impermanent, out March 19,
“‘Laboratory’ turns self-reflection and actualization on its head, discussing the consequences of ignoring and exploiting the natural world for our own gain regardless…For more, check out: (Source)

Following the unexpected, sinister cover of Eiffel 65’s 1998 hit single “Blue (Da Ba Dee)”, orchestral death metal masters Fleshgod Apocalypse have released a playthrough video for their version of the track, featuring their monstrous drummer Eugene Ryabchenko.
Commenting on the playthrough, Ryabchenko states: “Not gonna lie, I never thought…For more, check out: (Source)

Cassandra Violet’s new single “Swim Test” is all about determination, arriving at a moment our collective resolve is being tested. Her debut full-length “Maybe It’s Not Too Late” comes out in May.

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Prophecy Productions were originally founded by their continuous owner Martin Koller in the region of the Eifel mountains and the river Moselle in the western part of Germany in 1996, before evolving into an international label with a strong and individual profile. Therefore, this house for dark stirring music with…For more, check out: (Source)

In conjunction with this year’s NAMM “Believe in Music Week” events, the Audio Engineering Society will be hosting three independent sessions of relevance to audio professionals and enthusiasts. Free registration is available here. Once registered, and logged in, AES event details can be found here. AES “Believe in Music Week” events include: AES with We Make Events North America — Pandemic: Panic or Pivot  On Thursday, January 21, from 4:00pm to 4:45pm EST, We Make Events North America will present a panel of industry professionals who will discuss the organization and its successful September 1st event, RedAlertRESTART. Panelists will also provide insights […]

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