Cro-Mags (Photo by Maurice Nunez)
2019 saw the CRO-MAGS crushing the masses with the release of their first pieces of music in 19 years. Today, the legendary hardcore pioneers have released a music video for the previously released single “From the Grave,” featuring former Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell.
The band’s first full length album in 20 years, titled In the Beginning, will be available on June 19 via Mission Two Entertainment.
Melo Relo (Photo courtesy RXNIN)
Melo Relo is a hip hop and R&B producer and songwriter from Rockville, Maryland, and he’s appearing on Songbyrd Music House’s Caged Byrd livestream series via Instagram on Thursday, May 14.
Dennis DeYoung (center) performs with his band. (Photo courtesy the artist)
Former Styx member Dennis DeYoung is back with a new original solo album, 26 East, Vol. 1. The album is available May 22 via Frontiers Music Srl.
Joseph Mount (center) fronts Metronomy (Photo courtesy Orienteer)
Joseph Mount from Metronomy broadcasts an exclusive Instagram TV transmission to fans on the @roughtradenyc Instagram TV feed on Tuesday, May 12!
Christine and the Queens (Photo by Camille Vivier)
Late in February, Christine and the Queens released a surprise EP, La vita nuova, which draws strength from extreme vulnerability. Produced by Christine and the Queens and Ash Workman, the EP is available now digitally on Because Music, and available to pre-order on CD and LP, due for release May 29.
La vita nuova arrives with an accompanying short film of the same name, imagined by Christine and featuring the EP’s five new songs in as many sequences.
Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphries of OMD (Photo by Tom Oxley)
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) announces “Live From Your Sofa!” — an online performance featuring never-before-seen footage of the whole of last year’s Hammersmith Apollo London show. The OMD concert film screens on YouTube on Saturday, May 9.
Ocean Alley (Photo by The Sauce)
Australian psych band Ocean Alley recently released a kaleidoscopic new single/video “Hot Chicken.”