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Watch Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin take on “Rock and Roll All Nite”

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Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters producer Greg Kurstin cover KISS’s “Rock and Roll All Nite” on the final night of the Hanukkah Sessions.

With Grohl wearing Gene Simmons’ The Demon makeup and singing his lead voice, and Kurstin taking on Paul Stanley’s Starchild character, the video was shared by Foo Fighters last night (December 5).

Along with footage of Grohl and Kurstin singing the 1975 KISS anthem, the video also features the duo doing everyday things like vacuuming, reading a book, doing yoga and driving to the local garage. for a slushie.

“Ladies and gentlemen… we got there,” wrote Dave Grohl. “Night 8! And what better way to celebrate another year of Hanukkah sessions than Chaim Witz and Stanley Eisen…. two young guys from Queens who set the world (and thousands of scenes) on fire as KISS’s Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley !!!

“Greg and I would like to thank everyone who helped intensify the Chanukah sessions this year. It’s going to be hard to beat! (But we will. Oh, we will… ..)

“We hope that this year’s bundle of success has brought you some joy, as it surely has for us!

“Now let’s rock and roll the night away and party every day until the next Hanukkah!” ”

Watch Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin’s cover of KISS’s “Rock and Roll All Nite”:

Grohl and Kurstin kicked off the second Hanukkah Sessions series on Sunday, November 28 with a mind-boggling death metal cover of Lisa Loeb’s “Stay (I Missed You)”.

They have since covered “Jump” by Van Halen, “Copacabana” by Barry Manilow, “Blitzkrieg Bop” by the Ramones, “Train in Vain” by the Clash, “Big Shot” by Billy Joel and “Take The Box” by Amy. Winehouse.

In other Foo Fighters news, the group shared the first look at their horror film STUDIO 666.

Scheduled to hit theaters in February 2022, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett and Rami Jaffee embody themselves in STUDIO 666, billed as the meeting between The Beatles’ Hard Day’s Night and The Living Dead.

Unmasked rock stars including Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons:

Slipknot’s Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan Unmasked

Slipknot # 6 percussionist Shawn Crahan unveiled his new silver clown mask to the world when Iowan’s Masked Steelworkers premiered the dreaded single “Unsainted” in May 2019. Outside of daytime work with Slipknot, Shawn Crahan Unmasked is an acclaimed director and photographer.

Mick Thomson from Slipknot unmasked

Slipknot # 7 guitarist Mick Thomson’s metallic hockey mask is so perfectly formidable that it has remained relatively unchanged for years. Right, a maskless Mick Thomson crossing the streets of New York in 2019 before Slipknot’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Buckethead unmasked

The very enigmatic guitarist, who wears a KFC bucket on his head, revealed his true identity on the self-released 2013 album ‘Pike 13’. It poignantly portrays a young Buckethead – real name Brian Carroll – without his mask and hugging his late father.

Slipknot’s Jay Weinberg Unmasked

Slipknot drummer Jay Weinberg in his horror burlap mask. On the right, the devilishly handsome Jay Weinberg without his mask. Weinberg joined Slipknot in 2014 replacing Joey Jordison, who sadly passed away in 2021.

Slipknot’s Sid Wilson Unmasked

Sid Wilson’s # 0 turntablist Slipknot mask changed drastically in 2019 from his more traditional skull and gas masks to a distorted, almost Palpatine human mask with black robes. Right, Sid Wilson without his mask at the Slipknot: Day Of The Gusano premiere in Beverly Hills.

Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland Unmasked And Without Makeup

Chameleon-like Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland is constantly coming up with shiny new looks for the band’s concerts. Merging a mask with crudely painted makeup, this brilliantly disturbing appearance is like a cross between Salvador Dali, the Joker, and a demented aristocrat. Here is Wes Borland without his mask and makeup during a photoshoot in 2017.

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Unmasked

The appearance of Slipknot’s # 8 singer Corey Taylor became a sinister translucent mask in 2019. As the frontman of Stone Sour – and arguably the most famous member of Slipknot – unless you’ve been living under a rock for two decades, you will know what Corey Taylor looks like without his mask.

Ghost’s Tobias Forge (aka Papa Emeritus) unmasked

Flanked by his band of nameless ghouls, Tobias Forge has adopted a number of papal appearances over the years; from the various incarnations of Papa Emeritus up to Cardinal Copia and Papa Emeritus IV. Right, Tobias Forge without his mask at the 2019 Grammy Awards.

GWAR Blothar Unmasked

Following the untimely death of singer Oderus Urungus (aka Dave Brockie) in 2014, GWAR recruited Blothar – aka Michael Bishop – as their new frontman with a pig-headed goblin appearance. Right, Blothar without his mask and extravagant costume speaking at a TED talk in 2015.

Slipknot’s Alessandro Venturella unmasked

Slipknot bassist Alessandro “Alex” Venturella’s mask changed from a burlap mask to a patterned copper mask in 2019. The awesome guy on the right is Alessandro Venturella without his mask.

Paul Stanley of KISS unmasked and without makeup

Alongside Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley has been a member of KISS since their inception in 1973 and his alter ego The Starchild has remained a constant throughout.

Slipknot’s Jim Root Unmasked

Slipknot # 4 guitarist Jim Root has worn a jester mask his entire career with only minor changes in his design. Why change from perfection ?! Jim Root is immediately identifiable even without his mask thanks to his luscious and voluminous beard.

Behemoth’s Nergal unmasked and without makeup

One of the most notable mainstage performers at Download Festival 2019, Polish blackened death metalheads Behemoth – led by the fearsome lead singer Nergal – have always graced striking makeup on stage, creating an enigmatic aura. Right, Adam Nergal Darski without makeup at an album signing session.

Former Slipknot percussionist Chris Fehn exposed

Before leaving Slipknot under somewhat acrimonious circumstances in April 2019, # 3 Chris Fehn wore a distinctive Liar Mask – aka the Pinocchio Mask. On the right, Chris Fehn without his mask at the premiere of Shawn Clown Crahan’s “Officer Downe” in 2016.

KISS’s Gene Simmons Unmasked And Without Makeup

On stage and wearing his signature makeup, Gene Simmons adopts the character of The Demon.

Eric Singer of KISS unmasked and without makeup

After the death of the late Eric Carr in 1991, new drummer Eric Singer did not adopt his character from The Fox; instead, he resurrected the appearance of The Catman from original drummer Peter Criss.

KISS’s Tommy Thayer Unmasked and No Makeup

Joining KISS permanently in 2002, Tommy Thayer jumped straight into Ace Frehley’s platform heels and resumed his make-up The Spaceman.

Ghost Nameless Ghoul Unmasked

In March 2017, a Swedish musician called Martin Persner shared a video claiming that he was once an unnamed ghoul in Ghost called Omega. He left the group in July 2016 after a seven-year stint.

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German hard rock singer Rammstein to perform in Israel https://triakel.com/german-hard-rock-singer-rammstein-to-perform-in-israel/ Sun, 05 Dec 2021 12:33:00 +0000 https://triakel.com/german-hard-rock-singer-rammstein-to-perform-in-israel/

The lead singer of German hard rock band Rammstein is set to perform in Israel early next year, it was announced on Sunday.

Till Lindemann will perform at Toto Hall in Holon on January 1, 2022, as part of a European tour he is about to embark on with his solo project titled “Lindermann”.

Ticket prices will range from NIS 259 ​​for general admission to NIS 399 for the pre-sale fan zone and from NIS 299 to NIS 449, respectively, once tickets go on sale regularly.

Lindemann’s concert is part of a limited tour and after his performance in the Holy Land, the singer and his band will fly to a show in Dubai.

His solo project, “Lindemann”, was formed in 2013 with Swedish musician Peter Tagtgren, member and founder of the metal band Hypocrisy.

Most of Tagtgren’s songs are released in two versions, a soft version for large audiences and an adult version, for ages 18 and over.

The concert in Israel also has an age limit and audience members must be at least 16 years old to enter due to the video art content in the performance.

Lindemann and Rammstein are known for their unusual performances and live theatrical performances filled with props, pyrotechnics, costumes and makeup.

During his career, he sold over 45 million albums.

Rammstein recently made headlines in the music world after their latest album was banned from public display in stores due to its portrayals of sadomasochism.

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Swedish media and audio streaming service provider Spotify has announced that Lebanese legend Fairuz is the most listened to singer in Egypt in 2021.

Despite the difficulties and setbacks, Arab women artists have always done their best and have inspired millions of fans across the region with their talent. From Umm Kulthum to Nancy Ajram, female artists have played a central role in shaping the music of the region.

With the launch of the Wrapped 2021 campaign and personalized user experience, Spotify celebrated the voice of Arab women by unveiling the best female artists and songs from across Egypt.

According to Spotify, the most listened to Arab singers in Egypt were Fairuz, Sherine, Ruby, Nancy Ajram and Assala.

While the most popular songs of Arab singers in Egypt were “Hetta Tanya” and “Alby Plastic” by Ruby, “Leena Ra2sa” by Carmen Soliman, “Hobbo Gana” by Sherine and “Kifak Inta” by Fairuz.

Last year, Spotify launched its emerging female artist initiative “Sawtik” to support female artists in the region, making it easier for fans to listen to these talented stars. Through education, networking, and on and off-platform marketing support, female artists will have a chance to shine like never before as fans discover the rich and diverse music they could offer.



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Here are the best Christmas songs https://triakel.com/here-are-the-best-christmas-songs/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 13:21:44 +0000 https://triakel.com/here-are-the-best-christmas-songs/

When in 2019 the Society for Correct Performance of Music, the UK’s response to the STEM copyright organization, conducted a major survey on Christmas music, it turned out that among the 20 Britain’s most beloved Christmas songs, only one was produced in the 2000s (Cliff Richards). Millennium Prayer 2000). Since this particular song hardly has the same obvious place in Swedish Christmas music canon, the flashback is probably more noticeable here at home. This year, Adolfson and Falk’s “More Christmas” turns 40 – with a new audio release – and has been aired 37 million times just to confirm it.

Over the speakers when looking in supermarkets and shopping malls, it is highly unlikely that anything particularly new will be played. The fact that Christmas kneels under its traditions also applies in a very high degree to Christmas music. Ideally, everything should look the way it always has been. Which means the last Christmas song to capture the souls of Swedes – and supermarket playlists – is “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey. It happened in 1994.

This year’s Christmas music edition also doesn’t have many new additions with The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl’s “Last Christmas” or “Fairytale of New York” challenge.

A Christmas album or Christmas single rarely means the same investment as a more regular release, it’s not surprising or particularly boring, that’s exactly what it is, but far too many artists flaunt their shoes. bell shaped and think enough is enough.

Björn Skifs Super Professional Collection It’s really like cutting and drying it for a Christmas album, but in “It’s Christmas” he plays so confidently that the album doesn’t add much more than its title. Ditto with Kelly Clarkson’s “When Christmas Comes Around”, the mix of good but sweet interpretations of traditional songs and new tracks that characterize much of the Christmas album release.

However, the cute nickname “Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Only You)” is a rather sweet attempt to challenge Mariah’s song, even though it’s not a tough deal with the stupid American law “Christmas Gradually” Guy’s might have. Sin of Hope based on the title.

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Omslaget to Tusses rara “This is our Christmas song.”
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But Christmas music is also and above all a means of keeping the peace of Christmas. So there are also the more polished, well-intentioned and punchy Christmas songs of famous Swedes – from the rare “This Is Our Christmas Song” by Tusse and slightly celebratory country songs by Dolly Styles to “My True Christmas” by Sanna Nielsen. – of the herring species. on the Christmas table.

The fun is not unexpected for artists who want something more than just flash. Icelandic Eurovisioner Daði Freyr quickly loses “something magical” among all methane levels, but the road is fun and unpredictable to say the least. Countrytrion Pistol Annie “Vacation Hell” is also a fun heel kick.

Most obvious are the artists who understood the inherent gloominess of the holidays and how glossy gift wrap can actually mask some obscurity.

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best christmas music 2021, And every year add a little salt and acid to all the fat and sweetness. And this year you should be leaning on the veterans. Bo Kasper’s “In This Dark Winter” and Weeping Willow’s Songs of Winter both contain the right mix of warmth, a knit sweater and a dose of black to perfectly fit the holidays.

Saint-Étienne, on the other hand, ends a year with the release of one of their best albums following the very dreary Christmas single “Her Winter Coat”, in which Sarah Cracknell reads a short story about the dream of leaving in a place where no one knows. The accompanying video signed by band member Alasdair McLellan is also excellent.

His “winter coat” might not be heard in every department store from late November to the end of the next midday sale or next Christmas, but some of us would definitely give it a place between the version. by Jacob Miller from “Silver Bells” and Lost The song “Goin” Off for Christmas from Under Heaven “On this sparse playlist of fir trees, we flesh it out with a few more tracks every year.

Listen to the best Christmas music. DN’s Mattias Dahlström chose his favorite songs to decorate the Christmas tree, from Beach Boys to Willie Nelson to Ghostface Killah.

Learn more about music and other lyrics by Matthias Dahlström.

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Saturday’s Eesti Laul Quarter-Finals Heat Presents Foreign Language Songs | Culture https://triakel.com/saturdays-eesti-laul-quarter-finals-heat-presents-foreign-language-songs-culture/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 13:17:00 +0000 https://triakel.com/saturdays-eesti-laul-quarter-finals-heat-presents-foreign-language-songs-culture/

Singers Ott Lepland and Laura Põldvere, who have both represented Estonia at Eurovision Song Contest in recent years (Põldvere on two occasions) present the Heat, which begins on Saturday at 9:35 pm.

As with the other quarter-finals, there are 10 competitors, five of whom will advance to the semi-finals.

Saturday entries are, in alphabetical order, with songwriters in parentheses:

  • Alabama “Move On” watchdog (Ken Einberg, Taaniel Pogga and Sven Seinpere).
  • Anna Sahlene “Champion” (Anna Sahlene, Nicklas Eklund, Dagmar Oja and Kaire Vilgats).
  • DeLulu “Music saved my soul”: (Written by Taavi Paomets, Mairo Marjamaa, Inga Tislar.
  • Elina Nechayeva “Remedy” (Sven Lõhmus and Elina Nechayeva).
  • Goodreason “Three days ago” (Hele-Mai Mängel).
  • Lauri Pihlap “Take me home” (Lauri Pihlap).
  • Levvis “Let’s Talk” (Aleksei Baruzdin).
  • Merilin Mälk “Little Girl” (Karl-Ander Reismann).
  • Shira “Underwater” (Marika Rodionova, Kristi Raias and Johannes Laas).
  • Stefan “Hope” (Stefan Airapetjan and Karl-Ander Reismann).

Two on the list have represented Estonia in the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest in the past. Elina Nechayeva placed eighth with her song “La Forza” in 2018, while Anna Sahlene, a Swedish national, finished third for Estonia in 2002 with the song “Runaway”.

The fourth and final quarter-final will take place on the following Saturday, December 11, and the participants will be announced next Monday.

The two semi-finals, followed by Eesti Laul’s grand final at Saku Suurhall, take place in February.

Coverage of the third quarter-final begins at 9:35 p.m. on Saturday EST and can be viewed on ETV (in Estonian) and ETV + (in Russian), as well as on ERR’s Jupiter streaming channel – which also broadcasts shows. television in English and other foreign languages. shows, films and documentaries, etc. – and the Eesti Laul website.

The two quarter-finals that have already taken place can be watched on the Jupiter channel here.

Viewers wishing to vote for the song of their choice can find the corresponding phone number here (link in Estonian).

This article has been updated to include the link to the Menu article with details of the voting phone number.

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SILVER, SILVER, SILVER: ABBA sues Abba Mania cover band https://triakel.com/silver-silver-silver-abba-sues-abba-mania-cover-band/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 00:35:12 +0000 https://triakel.com/silver-silver-silver-abba-sues-abba-mania-cover-band/

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NEW YORK – Swedish pop supergroup ABBA filed a complaint on Friday to prevent a UK cover band known as Abba Mania from using that name.

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In a lawsuit filed with the US District Court in Manhattan, lawyers for ABBA accused the executives of Abba Mania of “parasitic conduct and bad faith” by trading ABBA’s goodwill and cachet in the promotion of ‘Abba Mania.

ABBA said the defendants ignored his requests to stop using Abba Mania on social media, YouTube and the abbamania.com website, or to accept his suggestion to use “ABBA Tribute” in a way that does not not confuse people.

The defendant companies include Handshake Ltd of Manchester, England, and TAL Entertainment Ltd of Bicester, England.

Neither of them immediately responded to requests for comment outside of business hours on Friday.

ABBA’s trademark infringement lawsuit comes in the middle of an American tour for Abba Mania, which is titled “The Original Tribute from London’s West End!” Which includes a date in February 2022 in Middletown, New York, about a 90-minute drive from Manhattan.

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Polar Music International AB, the named applicant, has been handling the business affairs of ABBA since the group was founded in 1972 in Stockholm. His lawsuit also targets a variety of damages.

The Abba Mania website states “Abba Mania is in no way associated, affiliated or endorsed by Polar Music or ABBA” in small capital letters.

ABBA has sold around 385 million records and is known for songs such as “Waterloo”, “Dancing Queen”, “Money, Money, Money” and “The Winner Takes It All”. They were also one of the first groups to use music videos to promote their music.

The group released their first new album in 40 years, “Voyage” last month, and are planning a stage show featuring the digital avatars of its members, who are now 70, replicating their 1970s look.

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Money, money, money: ABBA sues Abba Mania cover band https://triakel.com/money-money-money-abba-sues-abba-mania-cover-band/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 00:31:00 +0000 https://triakel.com/money-money-money-abba-sues-abba-mania-cover-band/

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Swedish pop supergroup ABBA on Friday filed a lawsuit to prevent a UK cover band known as Abba Mania from using that name.

In a lawsuit filed with the US District Court in Manhattan, lawyers for ABBA accused the executives of Abba Mania of “parasitic conduct and bad faith” by trading ABBA’s goodwill and cachet in the promotion of ‘Abba Mania.

ABBA said the defendants ignored his requests to stop using Abba Mania on social media, YouTube and the abbamania.com website, or to accept his suggestion to use “ABBA Tribute” in a way that does not not confuse people.

The defendant companies include Handshake Ltd of Manchester, England, and TAL Entertainment Ltd of Bicester, England.

Neither of them immediately responded to requests for comment outside of business hours on Friday.

ABBA’s trademark infringement lawsuit comes as part of a US tour for Abba Mania, which calls itself “The Original Tribute from London’s West End!” Which features a February 2022 date in Middletown, New York, about a 90 minute drive to Manhattan.

Polar Music International AB, the named applicant, has been handling the business affairs of ABBA since the group was founded in 1972 in Stockholm. His lawsuit also targets a variety of damages.

The Abba Mania website states “Abba Mania is in no way associated, affiliated or endorsed by Polar Music or ABBA” in small capital letters.

ABBA has sold approximately 385 million records and is known for songs such as “Waterloo”, “Dancing Queen”, “Money, Money, Money” and “The Winner Takes It All”. They were also one of the first groups to use music videos to promote their music.

The group released their first new album in 40 years, “Voyage” last month, and are planning a stage show featuring the digital avatars of its members, who are now 70, replicating their 1970s look.

Report by Jonathan Stempel in New York; Editing by Shri Navaratnam

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Every Time I Die Singer leaves tour to focus on mental health https://triakel.com/every-time-i-die-singer-leaves-tour-to-focus-on-mental-health/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 18:54:09 +0000 https://triakel.com/every-time-i-die-singer-leaves-tour-to-focus-on-mental-health/

Every Time I Die will end their current tour without frontman Keith Buckley, who takes a road break to focus on his sanity, although the singer later revealed that there are deeper issues at stake within. of the group. Both the singer and the band have addressed what initially appears to be a brief hiatus (the tour is currently ending), with Buckley intending to return for their next holiday shows.

“Taking care of my own sanity has taken priority over ALL the rest of my life,” Buckley said in a tweet. “The love he has brought to everything I do has been clear to everyone who has seen me and I appreciate my progress way too much to allow a setback. I am taking a break from ETID to prepare for TTS. “

The group as a whole also released their statement via social media. “Mental health is a real issue and when left untreated it impacts so many people. Keith needs to take this time to rest and prepare for the holiday concerts and we wish him a speedy recovery, ”the group says. “We also understand that many of you were looking forward to these last gigs of our tour. We don’t want to let you down, so we’ll be playing these last three gigs without a vocalist. Like Keith always says ‘this mic is your mic’. So come help us complete this tour. Anyone who no longer wants to attend will be reimbursed at the point of purchase. “

Shortly after the group released their statement about the singer’s absence, Buckley returned to social media to offer more information, hinting at a estrangement within the group’s dynamic.

“Now that I have seen the ‘official statement’ that ETID is ending the tour without its singer, I think I’m ready to give you a little bit of why my sanity must have become a priority over ETID. that I have receipts, “Buckley said, adding,” Yesterday, while meditating in a room next door, I heard my own brother tell a stranger that ETID was in talks to replace me all this time. thought they were my biggest supporters. but Jordan had lied. His worry was a cruel trick. Their statement is proof of that. “

“Traveling separately, away from alcohol and the behaviors of those who choose to drink, has given me peace of mind and made me the best player I have ever been. I love the ETID community and I finally felt like I was giving back in a meaningful way. and will continue. Being excluded from a group that I have been building for 20 years because I made the decision to do whatever it takes to being a good human hurts me deeply, but trust me when i say i am the most i have never been in good mental shape. This decision was made to protect me from my own brother. “

In July of this year, Buckley revealed that he has now been sober for nine months, having undergone significant changes in his life including a separation from his wife, the start of a new relationship and happier times. spent with her daughter and her parents.

The group will be Buckley-less on the final dates, leaving room for special guests or even fans to lead the way. The tour concludes this weekend with shows tonight (December 3) at The Loud in Huntington, WV, Saturday (December 4) at the Broadberry in Richmond, Virginia, and Sunday (December 5) at Elevation 27 in Virginia Beach, VA. .

The band’s annual “TID the Season” shows are scheduled for December 10-11 at the Buffalo RiverWorks in Buffalo, NY and right now Buckley is expected to be in attendance for these shows. Other dates are planned for early 2022 in Europe and the United States Stay up to date with the group’s tour here.

If you or someone you know is struggling with drug and / or alcohol addiction, help is available through the Administration of Addiction and Mental Health Services website. To speak to someone on the phone, dial 1-800-622-HELP (1-800-622-4357) or send a text message to 1-800-487-4889.

Best Metal Songs of 2021 (So Far)

Loudwire’s picks for the best metal songs of 2021 to date.

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6 best new songs right now: 12/03/21 https://triakel.com/6-best-new-songs-right-now-12-03-21/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 18:42:00 +0000 https://triakel.com/6-best-new-songs-right-now-12-03-21/

Here has Revolver, we’re always on the lookout for new songs to bang our heads on – indeed, that’s a big part of our job. With that in mind, here are the tracks released this week in metalcore, shoegaze, death metal and more that have been in strong rotation at Revolver HQ. For your listening pleasure, we’ve also compiled the songs into an ever-growing Spotify playlist.

Cult of Luna Video – Cold Burn (Official Video & Gameplay)

Cult of Luna – “Cold Burn”
Cult of Luna’s “Cold Burn” builds on the painful suspense of a disaster movie soundtrack. Swedish post-metal veterans unleash rumbling guitar sustains and robust growls that sound like they’re spouting out from under the earth, and there are several awe-inspiring highlights that keep you engaged for a full 10-minute ride. It’s not easy to pull off, but Cult of Luna makes it seem like a cinch.

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Heriot – “Near Vision / Enter the Flesh”
Without a hint of hyperbole, Heriot’s music sounds like it’s literally on fire. The new double single from the British heirs to the metalcore throne features guitar sounds that sound like a fire hose spraying gasoline in a burning building, drums that sound like wood shattering and shattering as a result from the heat, and the voice of Debbie Gough that sounds like the trapped victims crying for help inside. Yes, it is literally so intense.

Video of CLOAKROOM – A Force At Play (Official Music Video)

Cloakroom – “A force at stake”
Almost five years after their last LP, Cloakroom finally returns next year with a fresh dose of shoegaze doomy, and “A Force at Play” is a promising taste of what’s to come. With its sparkling keyboard line, fast tempo and graceful vocal melody, “A Force at Play” is possibly their lightest and most melodious song to date. In fact, it sounds like a witty brother to Nothing’s unusually catchy bop “Catch a Fade” – a song that Cloakroom’s Doyle Martin sang and co-wrote with Nothing’s Domenic Palermo. Go figure it out.

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Venom Prison – “The Pain of Oizys”
Venom Prison doesn’t just go through the motions on Erebos. The first song we heard from the British death metal band’s fourth LP introduced a bold touch of clear vocals, but “Pain of Oizys” completely flips the script over to their rough, harsh sound. Larissa Stupar uses a wispy croon atop ethereal, clean electronic drums for a placid and eerie sound rather than hammering. There are still a few death metal eruptions and a smoky guitar solo, but Venom Prison sounds pretty darn safe on this one.

Video of Comeback Kid – Crossed feat. Joe Duplantier de Gojira (OFFICIAL MUSICAL VIDEO)

Comeback Kid – “Crossed” (Feat. Joe Duplantier)
For at least the first decade of their careers, Comeback Kid has been doing hardcore with a screaming melodic punk feel, but they’ve spent the last 10 years getting heavier and heavier. Now the Canadian band are at a point where they can invite Gojira’s Joe Duplantier inside for a groovy, clumsy banger, and his stadium-sized metal roar sounds like home among the hammering blackouts and surly voices.

Vatican Video – Decemeta [Official Music Video]

Vatican – “Decemeta”
Vatican is a band that started doing heavy hardcore with a metalcore influence in the early 2000s, much like peers like Knocked Loose and Jesus Piece. However, the Georgia troupe recently got closer to the sound they nailed to “Decemeta” – a two-minute blast of chaotic metalcore leads, glitchy edits, beastly metallic hardcore barks and drum patterns. imposing which are really only a step from the right. until deathcore. It doesn’t seem fair to tag it on any particular subgenre. It just feels heavy.

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ABBA very merry Christmas! The band release new vacation-themed music video https://triakel.com/abba-very-merry-christmas-the-band-release-new-vacation-themed-music-video/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 15:31:00 +0000 https://triakel.com/abba-very-merry-christmas-the-band-release-new-vacation-themed-music-video/

ABBA very merry Christmas! The band release new vacation-themed music video

Stockholm, Sweden – ABBA’s new Christmas song Little Things is now available as a single on CD!

ABBA’s Christmas-themed single Little Things now has a music video. © Collage: 123RF / windnight & IMAGO / TT

Fittingly, the cult Swedish band released a music video for the song on Friday. In it, a school class animatedly discusses the motion capture technology upon which the ABBA Voyage show scheduled for London in 2022 is based.

This was used to capture the movements of the band members and convert them into digital replicas that will be seen on stage in London.

The schoolchildren turn their classroom into a production office to recreate it all and make music themselves. The end result is a Christmas-themed ABBA show.

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Little Voyage is ABBA’s very first Christmas song, which has long been a major demand from their fans.

Universal Music has announced that all proceeds from CD sales will go to the United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF Child Protection Fund.

The song is part of new ABBA Voyage album, which Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad published in early November. It was the band’s first studio album in nearly 40 years.

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