Kojima's new production studio, Kojima Productions, launched the channel, known as Hideo Tube, Wednesday. The first video featured Kojima giving his picks for the top 10 movies of 2015.
Colt Coan is an accomplished portrait and documentary photojournalist, whose work has been published across the globe. He's worked with platinum selling musicians, published authors, actors and other talented individuals within the music and entertainment industry. You can see some of his work in places like Billboard, Blabbermouth, Guitar World, and many other magazines. You can keep up to date with Colt's work by following along with his blog over at www.coltcoan.com, where he posts articles about his favorites venues, people and bands he's photographed, among other things.
Calling all Crabcore fans, 2016 may finally be the year the genre rises back to the top of list for metalcore listeners. Here are some bands defending the revival:
When thinking about the Texas music scene, Televangelist might be the first band that comes to mind. Hailing from San Antonio, the 4 piece math rock/indie band has been getting more and more attention after the release of their album Wild, Jealous, Youth. With its roots as a one man project to its current standing as a full-fledged band signed to Ozona Records, Tele is a promising group of which you definitely want to keep an eye on in 2016.
The 3-minute cinematic trailer features each of the game's 16 fighters. "Street Fighter V" is scheduled for release on PlayStation 4 and PC on Feb. 16.
Bullet For My Valentine has kicked off “The British Invasion Tour” in support of their recently released album, VENOM, and in celebration has premiered a new video for their latest single “Worthless.” Watch the video below!
The 30-second trailer aired Sunday and features a cover of Coldplay's "Don't Panic" by Clarity. "X-Men: Apocalypse" is scheduled to debut May 27.
Matt Damon reprises his role as Jason Bourne in the fifth installment of the "Bourne" film franchise. The film, directed by Paul Greengrass, is scheduled for release on July 29.
It's Sunday, which means it's Staff Recommendation Day. Let us know what you've enjoyed this week.
The hip-hop duo's newest song is titled "Hot Head." In October 2015, the group announced that its next album would be called "Bottomless Pit," but no release date was provided.
Formed in the summer of 2012, Willowside Park assimilated from two covers bands playing in the local area. With ambitions greater than renditions of ‘What’s My Age Again’ in local pubs, the six young men set their sights on penning new material and soon found a chemistry in their new identity.
The band premiered their new song Thursday on Zane Lowe's "Beats 1" radio show. "Prayers/Triangles" is available for streaming on Apple Music and the band's website. View the tracklist and listen to the song below
Pre-orders are now available for Not Safe To Drink: Music For Flint Water Crisis Relief. The charity compilation, which will be released digitally on February 20, is being offered in exchange for a minimum donation of $5 through Bandcamp. All proceeds raised will go to benefit FlintKids.Org, a charity that focuses on the long term fixes and aid related to lead exposure in Flint, Michigan's children. Use this link to purchase the album: http://notsafetodrink.bandcamp.com/
A track list for Not Safe To Drink is not yet available, but so far more than 50 artists from the worlds of punk, rock, alternative, and metal have contributed material to the release. A list of artists already confirmed to appear can be found below:
A lot of hype is hovering around Saosin's new album and they've just released a tiny teaser to it. You can listen to the teaser below and tell us what you think! Just this 30 second glimpse of a song already makes this new album sound like Circa Survive's newest. If you like this teaser, you might want to get tickets for their March tour or catch them at South By So What(?!?). Tour dates are here.
A Day To Remember has finally announced a small US tour with special guests Parkway Drive and State Champs.
The Starting Line have released their new music video for "Anyways," which can be seen below. The Starting Line recently announced their first new music since 2007, the 3-song EP Anyways, produced by Will Yip and coming to Downtown Records on February 19th, 2016. Pre-orders for the 7" are available here.
Trust us: You don't want to sleep on these ten releases this year.