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Bullet For My Valentine Release “Temper Temper” Music Video

Bullet For My Valentine have released the video for their latest single, “Temper Temper.” The track serves as the first single off BFMV’s forthcoming February 2013 album, and should go a long way towards getting fans interested in the all important pre-order. You can view the video, which features a party gone awry, below:

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Metal Monday: Songs For The Impending Apocalypse

It’s 2012, and you know what that means: it won’t be long until either the world ends or a whole bunch of people freak out for no reason in particular—sort of like Y2K, only more widespread/insane. I don’t know about you, but I can’t really think of anything more fitting than listening to a handful of emphatic metal songs about our (potential) impending doom to count down the time until the apocalypse. No matter how you look at the (again, potential) apocalypse, let this playlist lead you into it. You’ll either be going out on the most metal note, or just be listening to great metal for no real reasonthat’s about as close to a win-win situation as you can have at the end, right?

Metal Monday: Tetrarch Hunters Of Success

For someone who likes metal, is there anything more satisfying than listening to a band that can only be classified as “pure metal” and nothing more? The answer is no, not really. Luckily, Atlanta-based OurStage metallers Tetrarch are ready meet our expectations. What makes them so metal, you ask? Thrashing riffs, huge vocal hooks, ripping solos, aggressive attitudesthe works. Tetrarch have been ripping it up in the Metal Channel since fall of 2011, with a couple Top 100 and three Top 40 three finishes. Continue reading ‘Metal Monday: Tetrarch Hunters Of Success’

FROM THE CMJ RELAY ARCHIVES: OURSTAGE PICKS VOL. 13

cmjdotcom_webWelcome to our thirteenth installment featuring CMJ’s OurStage Staff Picks from the CMJ Relay Blog. CMJ is well known for their industry leading New Music Report magazine, which contains music reviews, artist news and interviews with the best artists being played on college radio.

Spleen

“Flowerdrops”
Techno Channel
Capturing the essence of the spring season, “Flowerdrops” is an aesthetic movement, opening with aquatic noises and washed-out drums and culminating with warm synthesizers and airy atmospherics.
RIYL: Album Leaf, Eluvium, Explosions In The Sky

Seasons After

“Some Things Burn”
Metal Channel
These heavy-hitting rockers from Wichita, Kansas dole out skull splitting riffs while lead singer Chris Schlichting serves listeners with searing vocals (pun intended).
RIYL: Bullet For My Valentine, Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold

YOUNG FAME

“Callin’ Shots”
Hip Hop Channel
Young Fame proves his namesake should be true with “Callin’ Shots.” This young rapper is reminiscent of radio friendly ‘hop that doesn’t need samples to be infectiously chant- worthy.
RIYL: Lupe Fiasco, Jim Jones, Young Jeezy

 


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