Crosses drop electropop cover video and single
††† (Crosses) have dropped a surprise release, a cover of "The Beginning of the End" by '90s electropop band Cause & Effect.
This is the first new music from the alternative band, fronted by Chino Moreno (Deftones) and guitarist Shaun Lopez, since their 2014-released, self-titled record.
Buy or stream the track here or listen by watching below:
Cane Hill post video for Kill Me
New Orleans band CANE HILL have dropped the video for another brand new song titled "Kill Me."
"I think if this year has taught me anything, it's that this dreadful voice of negativity in my head is loudest when my life is quiet," explains singer Elijah Witt about the song's relatable subject matter. "Just like everyone else, my mental health has taken a steep decline this year, and giving life to that horrific voice was the easiest way for me to try and combat it. 'Kill Me' is what I feel in the parts of me I can ignore when life is normal."
Watch the video below:
OCEANS OF SLUMBER RELEASES VIDEO
OCEANS OF SLUMBER RELEASES VIDEO FOR ACOUSTIC VERSION OF "THE COLORS OF GRACE"
US prog metal outfit Oceans Of Slumber releases a chilling acoustic version of "The Colors Of Grace". Watch the video below:
"Where there is time, there is space to reimagine. In the idleness of a music industry halted, we were fortunate to make new connections and new friends capable of capturing not only our sound, but the essence of Oceans of Slumber unplugged. We bring you the "The Colors of Grace" an acoustic session with Hendyamps Studio," states Oceans Of Slumber lead singer Cammie Gilbert.