They are one of the best rock bands on the planet, and today, Alter Bridge release the powerful new video for “Cradle To The Grave.” The track is their latest single off of their killer 2016 release The Last Hero, and the video features snippets of live coverage from their forthcoming live album, Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities.
Fastball – I Will Never Let You Down
The band that brought us the alt-punk treasure “The Way,” is back with another certifiable bop. Though a little less edgy and a little more sentimental, “I Will Never Let You Down” features a catchy hook that is classic Fastball.
What Did I Do/God As My Witness – TBT SOTD
I remember when I was young and in love with music, I was the kid that was in my room in the cold winter months (and there were quite a few) sitting in front of my old school stereo with tape decks. Back then we didn’t have mp3 players or smartphones or even YouTube for that matter.
A Rubberneck Gem from The Toadies
The Toadies are the band that released “Possum Kingdom” in 1994 with kids in the throes of grunge chanting the ear worm chorus “Do you wanna die”. But the band was, and is, so much more than that, and have flown under the radar for the better part of 25 years. Multiple labels, records, and constant touring have helped the band carve our a sound all their own; part punk, part metal, and all Texas.
Never Going Back, Hot Water Music
Damn, Hot Water Music is aging wonderfully. As they creep up on 25 years in the business, the best thing to come from Gainesville since Tom Petty is back with a killer new single.
The single “Phone” from Cavemouth’s new EP I Don’t Have a Dog is like finding money on the sidewalk. An unexpected gift/surprise from Cavemouth, a foursome that grew up together in the county of Devon in England.
Our Song of the Day: Blind from Black Satellite
Damn, there is something good happening in the New York Alt-rock scene these days, and the latest example is Black Satellite, a talented duo originally from State College PA, who can’t help but release catchy, compelling new rock.
The Tragically Hip made a small dent in the American music scene in the Mid-90’s, but are completely immersed in the culture and utterly synonymous with the country of Canada. A year ago this week, lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The band went on one last tour through their homeland with their very last show, from their hometown of Kingston, Ontario, televised from coast to coast.