HeadBangers Blog: New Tunes from My Chemical Romance, Beck, The Raskins, Black Label Society, Bobaflex & Kyng
My Chemical Romance, ‘Fake Your Death’
It’s been almost one year since My Chemical Romance called it quits, and in that time, there have been eulogies and fond farewells. And now, we have the last will and testament. It comes, fittingly enough, in the form of one final song: “Fake Your Death,” taken from their career-capping greatest-hits comp May Death Never Stop You (due March 25). According to MCR, it’s “one of the last songs we worked on in the studio together,” presumably in 2012. And yes, it’s exactly the kind of dramatic and bombastic farewell you’d expect from a band who traded almost exclusively in theatrics.
Beck, ‘Blue Moon’
The wait is over for you Beck fans because his after teasing the song, Beck has shared the full audio for “Blue Moon” from new album Morning Phase. Listen to it via Spotify, the song is also available for purchase on iTunes, where Morning Phase is currently on sale. It can also be heard via a YouTube stream, below. The long-awaited followup to 2008′s Modern Guilt, arrived on February 25 through Capitol Records. “Blue Moon” also appears on the new “Girls” soundtrack.
The Raskins, ’We Had It All’
The Raskins are a powerful world pop rock act with immediate impact, while the video and song ‘Lost in the Dark’ charges like a runaway train with such excitement and energy. It’s clear that these brothers understand how to write music with hooks and tremendous radio potential.
Black Label Society, ‘My Dying Time’
Zakk Wylde and LA’s iconic heavy metal rockers Black Label Society are back in action with a blistering rock track from their new and detailed album ‘Catacombs of the Black Vatican’ which will be released on 4/8/14 on eOne Music.
Bobaflex, “I’m Glad You’re Dead”
The second music video from the band’s latest album ‘Charlatan’s Web’ that came out on September 2013, ‘I’m Glad You’re Dead’ impacting radio on now.
Kyng, “Electric Halo”
Southern California rock trio KYNG will release its new studio album, ‘Burn The Serum’ , on April 15 via Razor & Tie. The CD was produced by Andrew Alekel who’s also produced albums for the Foo Fighters and No Doubt.
Defiler, “The Lazarus Sign” & “Hollow Bastion”
Defiler have premiered a two-part music video for tracks titled, ‘The Lazarus Sign’ and ‘Hollow bastion.’ The band’s new full-length album is set to be released soon. No official date has been announced yet.
For your entertainment here some guy singing Red Hot Chili Peppers, ‘Soul to Squeeze’ as Hank Hill.