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HARD ROCK GROUP POP EVIL RELEASES EYE OF THE STORM [INTO THE VORTEX REMIX]

Toronto, ON – July 15, 2022 – Today, hard rock group, Pop Evil, has released a remix of their latest single, Eye of the Storm [Into The Vortex Remix], produced and remixed by Zach Jones.“We wanted to try something different for a bonus version of ‘Eye Of The Storm,’” said frontman Leigh Kakaty.

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Anthrax’s FRANK BELLO Announces Debut Solo EP with Rare Bird

LOS ANGELES, California – Frank Bello and Rare Bird proudly present the famed Anthrax bassist’s debut solo EP, Then I’m Gone. Issued as a deluxe gatefold split 12”, the EP contains three songs alongside excerpts from his 2021 autobiography, read by the author and accompanied by additional new music.

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Five Finger Death Punch  Unveil New Track “Welcome To The Circus”

Five Finger Death Punch, the multi-platinum hardrock powerhouse taking over radio airwaves, today dropped another track from their highly-anticipated album AFTERLIFE, called “Welcome To The Circus.” An official lyric video for the track is also available today

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JUNO Award-Winning Rock Band Monster Truck Release New Song “Golden Woman”

Since the release of their debut self-titled EP in 2010, Monster Truck, composed of bassist and lead singer Jon Harvey, guitarist Jeremy Widerman, keyboardist Brandon Bliss, and former drummer Steve Kiely, have become known as one of Canada’s hardest-working rock and roll bands, a reputation they’ve cemented by touring relentlessly and consistently upping their game over time

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SAINT ASONIA ANNOUNCE INTROVERT EP OUT JULY 1 VIA SPINEFARM

“‘Above It All’ is about rising above all the chaos, negativity, judgment and living the life you want to, not the life that is expected of you by others,” says Gontier. “The song was written during the first lockdown in Canada after COVID hit. None of us had ever been through anything like this in our lifetimes and no one really knew how we as a society should act and deal with a global pandemic. I really felt it gave people a great opportunity to search inside themselves about how best to deal with these crazy circumstances and choose how they want to live their lives coming out of this.”