Single Slam – wonderful life (feat. Dani Filth) by Bring Me the Horizon (amo)

British rockers, Bring Me the Horizon return with the second single off their incoming new album. This song is called “wonderful life” and it will feature on their new album, amo, due for release on the 25th of January via Sony Music.

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Single Slam – Only Gob Can Judge Me by Bokassa

Norwegian stonerpunk band, Bokassa, have a new single out called Only Gob Can Judge Me. No, that is not a typo. The Trondheim based band fuse hardcore punk with stoner rock to create their unique brand of music, coined as stonerpunk.

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Single Slam – Damaged Goods by Drop Oblivion (Narcissistic Councilor)

Drop Oblivion have released an updated version of their song, Damaged Goods. Damaged Goods will feature on their upcoming album called Narcissistic Councilor which will be out at the end of this year/early next year via Timeless Studios.

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Single Slam – The Clouds of Damnation by The Spirit (Sounds from the Vortex)

German black metallers, The Sprit, are due to reissue their debut album, Sounds from the Vortex, through Nuclear Blast on the 10th of August. The Clouds of Damnation is the title of the first single to be released.

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Single Slam – Letting You Go by Bullet for my Valentine (Gravity)

Bullet for My Valentine will release their 6th studio album called Gravity on the 29th of June via Spinefarm. In preparation for that new album, the Welsh rockers have released their third single. This is Letting You Go.

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Vista release new single Witch Hunt

Only a few days ago, American alternative band Vista announced a huge headlining tour across the US. They have quickly followed that up with a new single called Witch Hunt, their first new music since July 2017 when the EP, Long Live, was released.

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Single Slam – Dropout by Pallbearer

As part of the Adult Swim singles series, Pallbearer released a new song called Dropout. Dropout was released on the 27th of April via Nuclear Blast and is a little less doom and a little more rock.

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