Body Count Involving Fans For Next Video

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Body Count wants its fans to help create its next music video.

The band made the announcement Friday. The announcement states that the band wants its fans to create the video for its next single ‘The Hate Is Real.’ The statement adds, the fan whose video is chosen will become the official video for the single.

According to information that audiences can read here, the contest winner will also get a Body Count backstage pass, Zoom call with front man Ice-T, and $5,000 to cover expenses, such as travel, hotel, and food at the group’s next live show.

‘The Hate Is Real’ is featured in the band’s 2020 album Carnivore. The album produced the singles ‘Thee Critical Beatdown,’ and ‘Point The Finger.’

Carnivore has garnered Body Count a Grammy nomination in this year’s ceremony for its song ‘Bum Rush.’ The nomination is in the “Best Metal Performance” category. The nomination is the band’s second, with its first coming in 2017 for the song ‘Black Hoodie’ in the same category.

More information on Body Count’s new video contest and its latest news is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://www.bodycountband.com

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Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BodyCountBand

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Gemini Syndrome Debuts New LP’s Lead Single

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Audiences got their first preview of Gemini Syndrome’s new as yet untitled album this week.

The band debuted the album’s lead single ‘Reintegration’ Thursday. The song is available to stream and download here. The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new song is a heavy, guitar-driven work that will appeal to most melodic hard rock fans.

A prepared statement from the band points out that the lyrical content which accompanies the song’s musical arrangement takes on a matter of metaphysics.

“‘Reintegration’ perfectly encapsulates the theme of the third and final chapter of our trilogy of albums,“ the statement reads. “It’s a fearless and transparent introduction to the idea of traversing death and being reborn; ultimately reintegrating with our True Self, and being raised into the next degree of consciousness.”

‘Reintegration’ is Gemini Syndrome’s first new music since the release of its sophomore album Memento Mori in 2016. The album peaked at #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart, and produced five singles, ‘Eternity,’ ‘Anonymous,’ ‘Alive Inside,’ ‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ and ‘Remember We Die.’

More information on Gemini Syndrome’s new single and forthcoming album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: http://geminisyndrome.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GeminiSyndrome

Twitter: http://twitter.com/GeminiSyndrome

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TesseracT’s ‘Altered State’ Re-Issue Will Find A Very Targeted Appeal

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Progressive metal band TesseracT is resurrecting its 2013 sophomore album Altered State.  The band is scheduled to re-issue the record Friday on an extended 4LP/2CD box set.  The set’s re-issue is centered around the addition of the previously unreleased isolated instrumentals recorded during the album’s sessions.  This aspect will be discussed shortly.  That the band featured the noted instrumentals not just on one, but both platforms is its own positive that deserves its own attention.  The box set’s average price point rounds out its most important elements.  That is especially considering the average prices for vinyls in this day and age.  It will be addressed later, too.  Each item noted here is important in its own way to the whole of TesseracT’s vinyl re-issue of Altered State.  All things considered, this presentation is one that will appeal mainly to the band’s most devoted audiences.

TesseracT’s forthcoming re-issue of its 2013 sophomore album Altered State is a presentation that will appeal largely to the band’s most devoted fan base.  That is thanks in part to the inclusion of the album’s previously unreleased isolated instrumental tracks.  For those who might not already know how the creation of songs works, instrumentals are recorded and mixed separate within themselves and even separate from vocal tracks.  The instrumentals that accompany songs’ lyrical content can either compliment that lyrical content or even give that content (and itself) a whole new identity and impact.  The thing is that when the two sides are coupled it is sometimes (actually often) difficult to focus just on one or the other.  By presenting the isolated instrumentals, audiences are able to focus just on the instrumentals.  This in turn allows the band members’ talents to really shine and get the appreciation that they deserve.  The djent nature of so much of the record’s musical arrangements is on full display here alongside the record’s darker, heavier, moments, which were clearly influenced by the likes of Fates Warning, Tool, and Dream Theater.  Simply put, having the instrumentals isolated and available for audiences to hear by themselves for the first time is plenty of incentive for TesseracT’s most devoted fans to own this re-issue of Altered State.  Adding in to that appeal is the fact that Century Media has made sure not to alienate any of the band’s fans in the process.

TesseracT’s forthcoming re-issue of Altered State is a box set that features the band’s landmark album and its isolated instrumentals on vinyl and CD.  In other words, whether a fan takes the side of vinyl or CD, audiences on both sides of that discussion will get to enjoy the full presentation.  The only catch is that regardless of which side audiences take, they will have to purchase the box set in whole in order to get the experience.  That can easily be construed as a negative, and yes to a point it is negative.  That is because owning the 4LP vinyl set is going to be more expensive than owning the 2CD set by itself.  Owning both together is even more expensive.  On the other hand, by owning the re-issue together in both formats, Century Media’s officials are making sure that all of their bases are covered.  Their logic is understandable.  By having the set together in one box  means that again, both sides of the discussion are covered.  It also means that those audiences who themselves take both sides can enjoy the album’s re-issue whether on vinyl at home (or a family or friend’s place) or in their cars.  In other words, again, all the bases are covered, so Century Media has actually done a favor for all of TesseracT’s fans here.  It is just one more way in which this record’s re-issue proves to be a boon for TesseracT’s most devoted fans, and not the last.

The average price point of Altered State’s re-issue rounds out its most important elements.  As has already been noted, the price of the re-issue together in one full 4LP/2CD set is not inexpensive.  The box set’s average price point – using price listings at Amazon, Best Buy, and Barnes & Noble Booksellers (it was not listed at Walmart, Target, or Books-A-Million) – comes to $67.32.  As expensive as that is, it is in line with other expanded vinyl box sets that are available from other acts in terms of pricing.  To that end, while the noted devotees will shell out quite a bit for the set, it is not above the price for other vinyl collections that are out there.  For instance, Motorhead’s newly released Ace of Spades box set – released Oct. 30 – is priced at approximately $165.  It features far more content, though.  Single disc vinyls will run audiences between $25-$30, depending on the retailer.  To that end, the price point for this collection is up there but not overly so.  Amazon’s price of $65.98 is the least expensive, though literally by just a penny from the listing at Barnes & Noble Booksellers ($65.99).  Best Buy lists the set at $69.99.  Simply put, regardless of the retailer, the single pricing at each noted retailer is below the noted average.  What’s more, it is below the $100 mark, making for even more encouragement for the band’s devotees to pick up this re-issue.  When this is considered along with the overall content and its availability, all three elements join to leave no doubt as to why TesseracT’s biggest fans will appreciate this set.

TesseracT’s forthcoming re-issue of its 2013 sophomore album Altered State is a presentation that will appeal to a very targeted group of the band’s fans.  Those fans will be glad to know that there is plenty of motivation to own the new box set, too.  That is proven in part through the fact that the re-issue features the album’s instrumentals isolated alongside the full album in this presentation.  That the isolated tracks and albums are featured on the box set’s vinyl and CD platforms make for even more motivation for the noted audiences to own this collection.  The set’s average and separate price listings are their own motivation.  The average and separate listings are below the $100 mark.  What’s more, the separate listings are below the average price point, making for even more appeal.  Each item noted here is important in its own way to the whole of the box set’s presentation.  All things considered, TesseracT’s most devoted fans can be assured that this box set is a positive investment and addition to their music libraries. 

More information on TesseracT’s forthcoming Altered State re-issue is available online now along with all of TesseracT’s latest news and more at:

Websitehttp://www.tesseractband.co.uk

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Fozzy Announces Details For New Livestream Concert

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Fozzy fans have a new live performance to anticipate from the band.

The band announced information Friday, for a new livestream concert. The online performance, dubbed “Capturing Judas” is scheduled to take place at 9 p.m. ET on Nov. 14 at Veeps.com The live event will broadcast live from Madison Studios in Atlanta, GA.

A new documentary presentation, FOZZY Across America will precede the concert. the 30-minute presentation documents the release of Fozzy’s most recent studio recording Judas. A presentation of the final live “Judas” set will follow the documentary, and then the band’s first live performance since 2019.

Tickets, VIP bundles, and merchandise are available here.

Fozzy front man Chris Jericho talked about the upcoming livestream event in a recent interview.

“After having to postpone our “Save The World Tour” multiple times due to the continuing lockdown, we decided we wanted to do something special for all of our fans worldwide who rocked with us over the past three years on the Judas tour cycle!” said Jericho. “So, on November 14, we will be coming at you LIVE without a net, to play some kick ass rock n roll for you all! We’re also gonna tell you some fun road stories, have a few drinks and maybe even do some Riverdancing! So come join us and let’s all celebrate and commemorate the most successful album and tour of Fozzy’s career.”

More information on Fozzy’s new livestream event is available online now at:

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Sick Of It All Debuts ‘Paper Tiger’ Quarantine Performance Video

Veteran punk band Sick Of It All continued its live quarantine sessions series this week.

The band debuted its quarantine performance of its song ‘Paper Tiger‘ Tuesday. The performance is the third from the band, following the premiere of its performances of its songs ‘The Bland Within‘ and ‘Alone.’ ‘Paper Tiger’ was originally featured in the band’s 2003 album Life on the Ropes.

Sick Of It All drummer Armand Majidi talked about the album and song in a prepared statement.

“Going back to a much overlooked 2003 album which has a type of cult appeal to a lot of our fans, we resurrect “Paper Tiger” for the third release in our series of Quarantine Jams,” he said. “We’re convinced it’ll remind you that it’s a caustic punk anthem about all the phonies who only flirt with this music just for fashion. We’re not letting this go – we’re calling em out,”

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In other news, the series’ launch late last month came less than a month after the band published its new book The Blood and the Sweat: The Story of Sick of It All’s Koller Brothers.  The book, published through Post Hill Press, is available through Barnes & Noble BooksellersBooks-A-Million, and Amazon.

More information on Sick of it All’s new quarantine sessions series and book is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://sickofitall.com

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Twitterhttp://twitter.com/SOIANYC

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Sick Of It All Debuts ‘The Bland Within’ Quarantine Performance Video

Veteran punk band Sick Of It All continued its live quarantine sessions series this week.

The band debuted its quarantine performance of its song ‘The Bland Within‘ Tuesday.  The song was originally featured in the band’s 2000 album Yours Truly.  The performance’s premiere came less than a month after the band launched the series with a performance of its song ‘Alone,’ which was originally featured in the band’s 1989 debut album Blood, Sweat & No Tears.

Front man Lou Koller, one of the band’s founding members, had the following to say about the song in a prepared statement:

“This track would have the whole place jumping crack in the early 2000s it was hard not having room to groove when we recorded here! One of our favorites off that album,”

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In other news, the series’ launch comes less than a month after the band published its new book The Blood and the Sweat: The Story of Sick of It All’s Koller Brothers.  The book, published through Post Hill Press, is available through Barnes & Noble BooksellersBooks-A-Million, and Amazon.

More information on Sick of it All’s new quarantine sessions series and book is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Websitehttp://sickofitall.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/sickofitallny

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/SOIANYC

 

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Ice-T Scheduled To Appear Tonight On NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show’

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Body Count front man Ice-T will appear tonight on The Tonight Show.

Ice-T’s appearance is part of an ongoing push to promote the band’s latest album Carnivore, which produced the single ‘Thee Critical Beatdown‘ last week.  The debut of the new song  and video’s comes more than two months after the band debuted its then latest single ‘Point The Finger.’

The Tonight Show airs at 11:35 p.m. ET/10:35 p.m. CT on NBC.

Carnivore is available now on a variety of platforms, all of which are noted below.  It is also available to stream and download here.

 

  • Ltd. Deluxe 2CD Box Set (incl. bonus tracks, beanie, metallic logo pin, poster & instrumental CD)
  • Ltd. CD Digipak
  • Ltd. Gatefold LP+CD & LP-Booklet & Poster (incl. bonus track; various colored variants)

 

Carnivore‘s track listing is noted below.

 

Carnivore Tracklist:
  1. Carnivore
  2. Point The Finger (feat. Riley Gale)
  3. Bum – Rush
  4. Ace Of Spades
  5. Another Level (feat. Jamey Jasta)
  6. Colors – 2020
  7. No Remorse
  8. When I’m Gone (feat. Amy Lee)
  9. Thee Critical Beatdown
  10. The Hate Is Real
  11. 6 In Tha Morning – 2020 – Unreleased Demo*
  12. No Lives Matter – Live in Australia 2017**
  13. Black Hoodie – Live in Australia 2017**

(*) Bonus Track (available on Ltd. LP and Ltd. 2CD Box Set)
(**) Bonus Track (only available on 2CD Box Set)

In other news, Body Count also recently released a re-worked take of its song ‘No Lives Matter‘ from its 2017 album Bloodlust.  The band has also launched the sale of a limited edition t-shirt to benefit The Innocence Project and The RightWay Foundation.

The Innocence Project works to exonerate people who have been falsely incarcerated through DNA testing and criminal justice reform efforts.  It was founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law. According to information on the agency’s official website, 367 people nationwide have been exonerated by The Innocence Project through its efforts, and 21 of those people were on death row.

The RightWay Foundation foster care agencies to help young people who are caught in the foster system have better lives.

More information on Ice-T’s appearance on The Tonight Show, Body Count’s new charity effort and its latest news is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:

 

Websitehttp://www.bodycountband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/bodycountofficial

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BodyCountBand

 

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Body Count Selling Limited Edition Shirt To Raise Money For Charity

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Body Count is doing its part to help those who have been wrongly imprisoned.

The band is selling limited edition “No Lives Matter” t-shirts.  Sales of the shirts will go to benefit The Innocence Project and The RightWay Foundation.

The Innocence Project works to exonerate people who have been falsely incarcerated through DNA testing and criminal justice reform efforts.  It was founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law. According to information on the agency’s official website, 367 people nationwide have been exonerated by The Innocence Project through its efforts, and 21 of those people were on death row.

The RightWay Foundation foster care agencies to help young people who are caught in the foster system have better lives.

Body Count’s new fundraising effort comes more than a month after the band re-issued its 2017 song ‘No Lives Matter,’  The song was originally featured in the band’s 2017 album Bloodlust.

More information on Body Count’s re-release of ‘No Lives Matter,’ its new charity fundraiser and its latest news is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://www.bodycountband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/bodycountofficial

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BodyCountBand

 

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Body Count Debuts ‘Thee Critical Beatdown’ Video

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Body Count debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Thee Critical Beatdown‘ Thursday.  The song is featured on the band’s latest album Carnivore.  The debut of the new song  and video’s comes more than two months after the band debuted its then latest single ‘Point The Finger.’

The musical arrangement at the center of the band’s new single is everything that audiences have come to expect from Body Count.  Its lyrical theme actually breaks from the band’s familiar verbal and musical attack on law enforcement.  This time out, the band goes after internet trolls who talk the talk but can’t and won’t walk the walk.

Carnivore is available now on a variety of platforms, all of which are noted below.  It is also available to stream and download here.

 

  • Ltd. Deluxe 2CD Box Set (incl. bonus tracks, beanie, metallic logo pin, poster & instrumental CD)
  • Ltd. CD Digipak
  • Ltd. Gatefold LP+CD & LP-Booklet & Poster (incl. bonus track; various colored variants)

 

Carnivore‘s track listing is noted below.

 

Carnivore Tracklist:
  1. Carnivore
  2. Point The Finger (feat. Riley Gale)
  3. Bum – Rush
  4. Ace Of Spades
  5. Another Level (feat. Jamey Jasta)
  6. Colors – 2020
  7. No Remorse
  8. When I’m Gone (feat. Amy Lee)
  9. Thee Critical Beatdown
  10. The Hate Is Real
  11. 6 In Tha Morning – 2020 – Unreleased Demo*
  12. No Lives Matter – Live in Australia 2017**
  13. Black Hoodie – Live in Australia 2017**

(*) Bonus Track (available on Ltd. LP and Ltd. 2CD Box Set)
(**) Bonus Track (only available on 2CD Box Set)

 

More information on Body Count’s new single and video is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:

 

Websitehttp://www.bodycountband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/bodycountofficial

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BodyCountBand

 

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Horisont “Scores” Another Hit With Its Sixth Album, ‘Sudden Death’

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Audiences waiting to get their hands on Horisont’s latest album are going to have to wait a little bit longer.  The band announced Thursday through its official Facebook page, that delivery of the 13-song album – its sixth album – has been delayed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.  While audiences wait to receive the album in its physical form, it will still be available to download starting Friday through all digital retail outlets.  The hour-long record is a strong new offering from the band that audiences will agree was worth the more than three year wait to receive.  That is proven through the album’s musical arrangements and lyrical content.  Hearing the album’s musical content is like unearthing a time capsule that is loaded with rock records right out of the 1970s while the lyrical content offers its own appeal, too.  Each item will be addressed here.  They are just two of the items that make the album stand out.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements.  Each item noted here plays its own key role in the overall presentation of Sudden Death.  All things considered, they make Sudden Death another win for Horisont.

Horisont’s sixth full-length studio recording Sudden Death is astrong new offering from the veteran neo-classic rock quintet.  It is a work that classic rock fans and neo-classic rock fans will appreciate just as much as Horisont’s established fan base.  That is due in part to the musical arrangements that make up the record’s body.  As noted, putting this album in and listening to it is like unearthing a time capsule from days gone by and pulling out a group of classic vinyls untouched for so many decades.  The guitar-driven arrangements show clear influences from bands, such as Blue Oyster Cult, Kansas and even Rush to a lesser degree.  That sound is driven not just through the instrumentation, but also the actual production process for the record.  Audiences will note in listening to this record that the general effect in listening is like listening to something that would have been right from that bygone era.  It has all of that fuzz sound, instead of a spit-shined clean sound in every performance.  The drums themselves sound like they had heads that were right from that age, too.  It is a very distinct sound in comparison to the sound that drums put out today.  What’s really interesting is that the album’s opener, ‘Revolution’ actually lends itself to comparisons to works from John Lennon and Abba of all acts, with its piano line, choral vocal work and guitars.  Considering this, the other elements noted and the other musical influences and elements presented throughout this album, it becomes clear that the musical arrangements form a strong foundation for this work.  That foundation is in itself, more than enough reason to applaud the album, and is just one of the reasons that the LP works as well as it does.  The album’s lyrical content adds even more interest to its presentation.

The lyrical themes featured throughout the album are just as diverse as the record’s musical content.  ‘Standing Here’ comes across as one of those familiar songs about perhaps a broken relationship.  The song’s subject asks the other person at one point in the song, “What did I do to hurt you?”  Considering that earlier in the song, there was mention of the two people basically running off together, but then it would seem that something went awry along the way.  The relationship went sour it would seem.  Not having a lyrics sheet to reference makes the task of deciphering the album’s lyrics somewhat difficult, but just enough is decipherable that it can be guessed that a song, such as ‘Breaking The Chain,’ which comes late in the album’s run, is a coming-of-age sort of story in its lyrical content.  There is the mention of “when is it a good time to break the chain.”  There are also the mentions by the song’s subject early on, telling someone else not to worry about him.  Later in the song, there is a mention by the song’s subject that the subject’s father will not be a certain way to him anymore.  To that end, this would seem to support the inference that the song is focused on the matter of someone growing up and becoming his own person.  Again, that is just this critic’s interpretation.  ‘Free Riding’ is another example of the diversity in the record’s lyrical themes.  Thankfully, lyrics were found for this work.  The lyrics, found at genius.com, seem to hint at a theme of not giving up in life.  That is inferred through all three of the song’s verses.  Considering this, the rest of the seeming themes addressed here and the rest of the record’s lyrical themes, it is shown that the album’s lyrical content does in fact provide its own share of interest for audiences as the album’s musical content.  The two sides together make for plenty of reason for audiences to give this record at least one listen.  They are not its only notable items.  Its sequencing rounds out its most important elements.

Sudden Death’s sequencing is notable in that it has just as much impact on the album’s impact as the record’s music and lyrics.  The first half of the record maintains a relatively stable mid-tempo feeling.  Things don’t change any until more than halfway through the record in ‘Graa Dagar.’  Roughly translated, that title means ‘Gray Days.’  It is a stark departure from the vibe in the record’s first half.  It makes for a good break from that higher energy that keeps things interesting for listeners.  The album’s second half is somewhat slower than its first half, but not as slow and reserved as ‘Gray Days.’  Compared to the record’s first half, though, the tempo and sound is distinctly different.  That variance between the record’s first and second halves, and that break in the “middle” does its own share to keep the record interesting in terms of the record’s aesthetics.  Keeping that in mind, it clearly is important in its own way to the album.  When it is considered along with the album’s musical and lyrical content, the end result is a work that the noted target audiences will agree is another victory for Horisont.

Horisont’s latest album Sudden Death is a positive new effort from the band that classic rock fans, those of the neo-classic rock movement and those of Horisont alike will appreciate.  That is due in part to the variety of musical arrangements that make up the record’s body.  The lyrical themes that accompany the songs add their own interest and will generate plenty of discussion among the noted audiences.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements, doing its own part to maintain the noted engagement and entertainment among audiences.  All three items are important in their own way to the whole of the album.  All things considered, these items make Sudden Death a win for Horisont.  The album drops Friday.  More information on Sudden Death is available along with all of Horisont’s latest news at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.horisontmusic.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/horisontmusic

 

 

 

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