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.
GEORGE LYNCH & JEFF PILSON Reteam For A Killer Covers Album
Two Giants Of Metal GEORGE LYNCH & JEFF PILSON Reteam For A Killer Covers Album ‘Heavy Hitters’!
Los Angeles, CA – Guitar-shredding virtuoso George Lynch has reteamed with former Dokken bandmate Jeff Pilson for a set of new studio recordings that turn pop music classics into powerful metal anthems! The two have previously made metal magic together as a duo on the 2003 album Wicked Underground, which was recently reissued on vinyl, as well as with other projects such as T&N and The End Machine. But this new batch of recordings, entitled appropriately enough Heavy Hitters, stands apart not only for its outstanding roster of players and vocalists including head Bulletboy Marq Torien, Fishbone’s Angelo Moore, Kansas native Wil Martin (Earshot) and drummer Brian Tichy (Whitesnake/Ozzy) but for the jaw-dropping song selection. If you’ve ever wondered what an amped-up, full-throttle version of Carole King’s “I Feel The Earth Move” or Prince’s “Kiss” or Oasis’ “Champagne Supernova” or Madonna’s “Music,” then this is the album for you!