Hinder’s new Album, Take IT To The Limit will be released on November 4th.
Here is the Track Listing:
1. Use Me
2. Loaded and Alone
3. Last Kiss Goodbye
4. Up All Night
5. Without You
6. Take It to the Limit
7. The Best is Yet to Come
8. Heaven Sent
9. Thing for You
10. Lost in the Sun
11. Far from Home
The first single, Use Me, was released to radio on July 7th, and can now be downloaded on I-Tunes.
Did you miss Rev Theory or Airbourne on Jimmy Kimmel Live? You can watch them here!
Airbourne – Running Wild
Rev Theory – Hell Yeah
Sound And Fury Assaults Great White North On Canadian Tour With Airbourne
REJECT ALL THINGS POP FOR REAL, RAMPAGING, ROCK ON DEBUT ALBUM, “SOUND AND FURY” IN STORES NOW!
Toronto’s high powered rock n’ roll powerhouse Sound & Fury have announced their Canadian tour supporting Australian rockers Airbourne. The announcement comes on the heels of the release of the band’s self-titled debut, which hit stores via Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution.
Sound and Fury recently shot a video for “Teenage Rampage” at Toronto’s Bovine Sex Club with director Britt Wilen. The video can be seen online at the following location http://new.soundandfury.com/ajax.asp?video=rampage
Sound and Fury frontman Luke Metcalf commented, “The song is about a pretty wild girl I dated in high school and I wanted a video about her that was NOT politically correct. I wanted a video that showed what we were doing; drinking, getting stoned, listening to Rock and Roll and having sex, without some bullshit negative message. Good times!!!”
Sound and Fury, which also includes guitarists Daz and Griffin, bassist John Kerns, and drummer Chris Avalos, is all about power chords, no-BS rock ‘n roll, and total sonic assault, as evidenced by the lead-off turbo-charged single and video from ‘Sound and Fury,’ “18.” The group’s stripped down straight up rock n’ roll and was praised by PunkTV.ca for “combining iconoclastic AC/DC thunder, Misfits brooding, the raw impetuousness of the Pistols and the charismatic anthemic song styling’s of the Ramones. In addition to perfectly capturing their raw power on album, Sound & Fury has been gaining fans by the truckload by also opening up for Canada’s leading pop-punk band, Sum 41, throughout the great white north (as well as the U.K.).
The band has also announced they will be giving away five pairs of tickets to each show for fans who join the Sound & Fury street-team at www.rebelyouth.com. Fans are encouraged to join the street-team to qualify to tickets, Sound & Fury merchandise and a customized Guitar Hero game.
SOUND & FURY & AIRBOURNE CANADIAN TOUR DATES:
August 20 Imperial Quebec City w/ Airbourne
August 21 Le National Montreal w/ Airbourne
August 22 Elements Kitchener w/ Airbourne
August 24 Cowboys London w/ Airbourne
August 27 Garrick Centre Winnipeg w/ Airbourne
August 28 Odeon Saskatoon w/ Airbourne
August 29 Event Centre Edmonton w/ Airbourne
August 31 Commodore Vancouver w/ Airbourne
Sept 01 Sugar Victoria w/ Airbourne
Yesterday, I spent the afternoon at the Rockstar Energy drink Mayhem festival in Indianapolis, IN. I caught several bands live, and hope to have the photos and video up on the site soon. I have close to 4 GB of photo and video to go through, so I will put stuff up as time allows.
Some of the bands that I saw yesterday were Black Tide, Five Finger Death Punch, Airbourne, Dragonforce, Disturbed and Slipknot.
More on the way soon!
When drummer Dave Lombardo left Slayer in the mid 90’s, he started up a new band, Grip Inc.
This metal act sounds nothing like Slayer, but is definitely heavy metal.
Check out the 2004 Video by Grip Inc, and let us know what you think of the Answer?
Should Grip Inc. Sink or Swim?
If the video isn’t showing here, you can view it at this link.