Exilium, a Miami-based production company, announced today its new feature film, “Vandal,” an authentic drama about art, love, war, and the depths of the street graffiti game, which will begin shooting next month in Miami’s Wynwood, Little Havana, and Little Haiti neighborhoods.

The screenplay, written by Paul Taegel and Jose Daniel “Jaydee” Freixas (“Magic City Memoirs”) will be Freixas’ directorial debut and produced by Tony Gonzalez. Executive Producers include Rob Weiss (“Entourage,” “Ballers”) and legendary graffiti artist Kelly “Risk” Graval. Other Executive Producers include Marco Vicini, Los Arias, and Armando Perez.

Set in present day Miami, “Vandal” is a gritty drama about Cuban-American graffiti artist, Nick Cruz, also known as Damage, who leads his infamous crew while waging an all-city graffiti assault against his longtime rival, Sizmik. Daniel Zovatto will star in the lead role of Nick Cruz. Zovatto is most widely known for the roles he has played in “It Follows,” “Fear the Walking Dead” and “Don’t Breathe.”

JOYRYDE makes his OWSLA debut with “Hot Drum”

London producer JOYRYDE has re-released his latest hit “Hot Drum,” out today on OWSLA. The track previously earned over 600,000 plays as a free download, and Skrillex opened his now-legendary Boiler Room Shanghai set with the song. “Hot Drum” is JOYRYDE’s first appearance on OWSLA, with more music to come in the near future.

VOID OF SLEEP: Atmospheric Progressive Occult Metal Visionaries Release “New World Order”

Italian atmospheric progressive occult metal visionaries VOID OF SLEEP recently unveiled their brand new video for “New World Order,” the title track of their latest full-length out now via Aural Music.
Issues the band: “With this video, we just wanted to enhance the main theme of the song, which is the struggle between good and evil and the triumph of the so-called dark side inherent in human consciousness. We are absolutely proud of the final result which is more than a video clip, it’s a proper short film with some serious thrilling vibes.”

Smokey Robinson Honored as the King of Song at Star-Studded Gershwin Prize Tribute

The two-day celebration of Smokey Robinson’s 50-year career—and his selection as the 2016 recipient of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song—began in the nation’s capital with a touching trip down the keyboard of George Gershwin’s piano and ended with a rollicking concert of his greatest hits.

On Nov. 15, Robinson took his first tour of the Library of Congress’ historic Thomas Jefferson Building and viewed some rare and surprising items in the Library’s vast collections. Among them was Robinson’s first song ever submitted for copyright, “I Cry.” Registered in 1958, the song was co-written by Berry Gordy, who joined Robinson on a tour of the nation’s largest library.

During his visit, Robinson sat down at the Gershwin piano, housed in the Library’s ongoing exhibit, “Here to Stay: The Legacy of George and Ira Gershwin,” and talked about his work and the Gershwin legacy. “The Gershwins wrote music when the song was king,” the Grammy Award-winner told Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden. “For me to even be mentioned in the same breath with the Gershwins as a songwriter is just incredible.” Robinson tearfully recalled how Gordy mentored him and helped him achieve his dream of becoming a singer and songwriter.

Exodus and WallStreet unchain ‘Boom!’

DJ, producer, label owner, promoter… is their anything that American Dance music heavyweight Exodus can’t turn his hand to? Based in New York, the multitalented artist and business mogul has been responsible for some of the scene’s biggest records, including collaborations with Chuckie, officially remixing music icons like Tiesto and Snoop Dogg, and releasing on major imprints such as Sony Music, Armada Music, Black Hole Recordings and Cr2 Records – it’s no wonder he has gathered the support of A-List stars including Hardwell, Martin Garrix, R3hab, Nicky Romero, Ummet Ozcan and Thomas Gold – achievements many aspiring artists can only dream of achieving.


Third String Festivals recently announced the 10th Anniversary celebration of So What?! Music Festival taking place March 24th-26th. To celebrate this occasion in the biggest way possible, they will be taking over multiple venues in Deep Ellum on Friday, March 24th to kick off the weekend and then bring some of the best names in the scene to AirHogs Stadium (formerly known as QuikTrip Park) on Saturday and Sunday (March 25th and 26th). Expect lots of 10 year album celebrations as well as the best current popular bands in the scene! The Deep Ellum shows will feature intimate “secret shows” from some of the festivals headliners as well plenty of other bands!

Premiere Van Bobbi’s New Single

Van Bobbi himself is as mysterious as he is undeniably cool. Equal parts coffee, coconuts, pineapple and rum, the man embraces an island vibe while simultaneously marrying his soul-pop and r&b roots.

George Strait to Return to Las Vegas in 2017 for “2 Nights of Number 1’s,”

Just hours prior to a rare album release show live-streamed from his home state of Texas in support of his forthcoming Strait Out of the Box: Part 2 three-disc collection today, “King of Country Music” George Strait announced that he will be returning to Las Vegas for four additional weekends at T-Mobile Arena in 2017. Billed as 2 Nights of Number 1’s, the limited engagement with back-to-back nights of straight No. 1’s will showcase live performances of Strait’s unparalleled 60 No. 1 hits plus fan favorites over each weekend, with GRAMMY-nominated country singer / songwriter Cam joining as support. Tickets for all dates will go on sale Friday, Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. PT.

French heavy-psych rockers unveiled trippy video of “Hypnosis”

A few months after the release of their soon-to-be-acclaimed second full-length album ‘The Violent Mystical Sukuma’, French 70’s Heavy-Psych Rockers Domadora just unveiled a new trippy live studio video of the opening track from this effort, called “Hypnosis” and recorded at Louvre Auditorium in Paris.


On the earth-conscious video, vocalist Nick Brooks explains, “This world is our home, and it seems like we’re going out of our way to destroy it. We’ve only got one shot on this planet and we need to stop taking it for granted. ‘Vanguard’ is a track that means a lot to us for this exact reason. If something isn’t done soon there will be nothing left, we need to be the change to preserve the world for generations to come.”

Pevrell Bros – ‘I Love It’

The UK?s very own Peverell Bros have been one of Dance music?s most constant and consistent DJ and production duos since the 1990s – and it is clear to see why. With A-List stars including Ron Carroll, Tom Novy, Stonebridge, K-Klass and Roger Sanchez championing their productions, they have went on to release on stellar imprints including WhoreHouse and Soleado – collosal achievements for any caliber of artist.

Watch “BLazing Furnace” ReggaeVille Video Premiere

Mark Balet is a contemporary reggae singer and songwriter based out of New York City. Born in April 1983, to military and diplomat parents. He grew up between Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, France, England and Spain. In 1996 he formed Mauvaise Race, a Hip-hop & Reggae duo with his sidekick Tashunke and developed his skills through reggae sound systems and open mics.

Keegan Joyce ‘Cooma’

‘Cooma’ is the lead single release from Keegan Joyce’s debut album Snow on Higher Ground. Keegan Joyce is best known for his television roles on the ABC show’s ‘Rake’ (Fuzz) and ‘Please Like Me’ (Arnold) and was seen in musical productions of ‘Once’. Keegan is considered a folk/country singer-songwriter and actor with a musicology degree…none of it makes sense. His songs betray his innocent looks and his depth of lyricism is only complimented by his interesting but subtle musical stylings.

Natives release new single ‘Passion’

New Forest tribal-pop quartet have today released their new single ‘Passion’ through LAB Records / The Santi Collective. The single premiered with Clash who said, “Natives have always sought out unusual sounds, elements that differ from the norm… The complex, interweaving rhythms are led by a neat melody.”

Vallis Alps Share New Single ‘Fading’

Vallis Alps return today with their colourful new single, ‘Fading’. The track is taken from their forthcoming Fable EP, set for independent release in 2017. ‘Fading’ captures the tenderness and warmth of Parissa Tosif’s vocals over effortless, soaring production by David Ansari to create an infectiously uplifting track.

Marc ‘MK’ Kinchen reveals the official video for ‘My Love 4 U’ Ft A*M*E

Following the successful launch of his new single ‘My Love 4 U’ ft A*M*E, MK is ready to reveal the official video.

The short film follows four females escaping the city and taking off on a trip to the beautiful white isle. We join them on their Ibizan journey, stopping off at the iconic Cafe Mambo’s before heading to Pacha for MK’s infamous Area10 party. The fly on the wall video gives a unique and close-up glimpse into the inspiration behind the uplifting track and reminds us that summer is never too far away.


The video for Capital Cities’ new single, “Vowels,” had its online premiere today on Vevo and made its broadcast debut as an MTV Roadblock premiere, airing on MTV, MTV2, MTV Live and mtvU beginning at 6 AM ET. View the “Vowels” video HERE.

Floating Room Share Advance Stream of New Album via CLRVYNT

The type of sadness felt at 4 in the morning, reserved for the heartbroken and nervous, is a tender and surreal one. The world feels like the wrong size; the moment small, quiet and solitary, the rest of the day foreboding at a gargantuan scale. It’s a moment of contingency and introspection, and it’s soundtracked by Floating Room’s new album s u n l e s s.


Elektra recording group Saint Motel has unveiled the new music video for smash single, “Move”.

The video – which features a cameo by musician/comedian Reggie Watts – follows a 1970’s broadcast news station that recruits Saint Motel in an attempt to boost their ratings. The retro-inspired visual exemplifies Saint Motel’s beloved quirky aesthetic.

The Molochs premiere “You And Me” at The 405

Today The Molochs premiered their second single “You And Me” on The 405. When talking about the song lead singer Lucas Fitzsimmons said,”You and Me” is about losing the struggle to control one’s emotions. The sentiment is accompanied by a nice hammond organ. “You And Me” is thesecond single from the band. It follows their first single “No More Cryin'”. Both tracks will be released on the new album, ‘America’s Velvet Glory’, out 01/13/17 via Innovative Leisure.

Kassassin Street release massive new single ‘Do or Die’

Since last single, the politically charged ‘Hand in My Pocket’, Portsmouth psych-pop 5-piece Kassassin Street have split their time between performing to thousands of people the length and breadth of the country (and abroad) and holing up in their studio concocting a bunch of fresh new tracks. ‘Do or Die’ is the first taste of these, and the first release taken from the FREAK EP, slated for release in early 2017.

A KILLER’S CONFESSION of Waylon Reavis Release New Lyric Video for ‘A Killer’s Confession’

A KILLER’S CONFESSION, the new project of former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis have released a new lyric video for their debut single “A Killer’s Confession” featuring as guest KORN guitarist Brian “Head” Welch. The song is taken from the debut full-length LP “UNBROKEN”, due out on February 17, 2017 via (Megadeth bassist David Ellefson’s) EMP LABEL GROUP.

KYKO releases new single ‘Nature’

KYKO releases his new single ‘Nature’ on November 18th through LAB Records.

Taken from his forthcoming ‘Wildlife’ EP, due for release early 2017, ‘Nature’ typifies The South African inspiration that have found their way into KYKO’s (aka Scott Verrill) sound of late and gel nicely with his way of working – beats first, then riffs. Nature is joyous and uplifting with a driving beat.

Verrill explains, “With my new tracks I’m definitely pushing the electronic side. I really want to make something different… I’ve been coming back to [Paul Simon’s] Graceland album a lot lately. I’m really into South African music at the moment as well, and I’ve tried to combine elements of that with electronics.”


“We knew it would be important to convey the energy of the music behind the “Wrong” video, says frontman Jake Nawas. “Steven Alan brought forward the idea of that element existing within a very confined and simple setting, which worked out very well. It makes these things easy when you work with someone as talented as Steven.”


After landing at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 12 straight weeks, making it the longest-running #1 of 2016, The Chainsmokers recently released a revamped “Closer” remix package. Available now via all DSPs, the updated package features distinctive reworkings of the song from T-Mass, ARMNHMR, R3hab, Shaun Frank, Wuki and Robotaki. “Closer” ft. Halsey is the duo’s third double-platinum single this year, following “Don’t Let Me Down” ft. Daya and “Roses” ft. Rozes. “Closer” became their first track to hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and held the position for 12 consecutive weeks, a feat only 17 songs in history have accomplished. “Closer” also recently broke the record for the longest running #1 Pop radio single this year with 7 weeks at #1.


New Jersey post-hardcore rock outfit Chasing Safety recently announced the release of their sophomore album, NOMAD, set for January 6th, 2017 with Outerloop Records, and dropped the album’s debut track “Brand New Prison,” leaving fans stoked to hear more of the band’s evolved rock sound. Today, Chasing Safety is partnering exclusively with Rock Sound to premiere the official music video for their next single, “This Is Hell,” directed by Alex Kouvatsos (Blackwolf Imaging). “This is Hell” highlights the overall theme of Nomad as it’s about being left on your own. Johnny Galivan elaborates, “After investing so much time and belief into someone or something you basically just stop believing in them and go your own way.”

Aesop Rock “Lotta Years”

Ahead of another massive tour starting next week, Aesop Rock has just shared another entry in his series of music videos for his career landmark album The Impossible Kid. “Lotta Years” goes the literal route, with the MC wandering around the city ruminating on the young people he encounters and his place in their culture.

L.A. Salami Premieres “Going Mad As The Street Bins” Video on NPR

L.A. Salami has shared the video ‘Going Mad As The Street Bins’, exclusively on NPR: First Watch. Going Mad As The Street Bins” is an impassioned, soulful rumination on life in the modern city. “The song came about as I walked past a street bin in the middle of the city one day, and it was full to the brim – completely spilling over with everyday human waste, and I thought to myself: that’s what my mind feels like sometimes – a slow motion explosion of a myriad of decomposing, stinking, noxious juices, provided by anyone who has, with or without much thought, just helped fill this bin to a repulsive choking everyday urban spectacle” L.A. spoke of the track. “Kinda like the many misguided ideals of the past choking the life out of the modern day average person. Words and music came not long after that thought…. ”

Introducing illion (Warner Music/ADA)

Three and a half years after the release of his debut album UBU, alternative soloist illion has announced the release of his second album, P.Y.L. The rhythm driven album houses ten songs, including “Hilight,” a collaboration with rapper 5lack, and “Water Lily,” which features Ikuko Harada of Clammbon. illion is the brainchild of Yojiro Noda of alt-rock band RADWIMPS; just like all of Yojiro’s work, the music of illion is both irresistible and accessible, with experimental hooks and dance floor elements. P.Y.L deals in the extremes, beautifully mixing both digital and live sound to create a surreal experience that’s at once both comforting and discomfiting. Says Yojiro, “Extremes cause tension and noise but I like that sensitive balance and harmony. This time, organic and inorganic sounds are both present.”

The digital version of P.Y.L is available now, with the physical version available on November 18. The album will also be released on vinyl and a limited edition CD+DVD combo in Japan, which includes both a 62-page art book designed by South Korean artist Jaehoon Choi and a compilation of music videos and live footage from illion’s first overseas tour in London.

Strong Asian Mothers reveal new single ‘Sober’

London based trio Strong Asian Mothers are today unveiling their new single ?Sober? – a striking, effervescent burst of intriguing electro-pop.

Soulful blues singer Stealth reveals ‘Blame’ video

Stealth has unveiled the video for his new track ‘Blame’, the latest song to be taken from his forthcoming second EP Verse. The video premiered with Clash who said, “‘Blame gives a good idea of what to expect – clinical song writing, blues-based riffs, and a raw, natural feeling of total honesty… a neat encapsulation of an artist on the rise.”

Iranian singer Sevdaliza announces debut album

Iranian-born Dutch artist Sevdaliza announces her debut album is set to drop in 2017. Today she shares her new single from that project, “Human” and its stunning companion video. Directed by Emmanuel Adjei, the beautifully shot video features Sevdaliza as a mythological creature at the center of the male gaze, all while staying true to her intricate audiovisual art form and visceral sound. She’s already amassed over 8 million total plays on Spotify alone and this follows her most recent breakout track “That Other Girl”, whose beautiful, 3D companion video has clocked in over 1 million plays on YouTube to date. She was also recently featured on Parisian producer STWO’s latest single “Haunted”, which has garnered over 5.9 million streams on Spotify and SoundCloud combined.

Conducta + Photay remix BASECAMP

Genre-bending Nashville electronic trio BASECAMP share two new remixes from Conducta and Photay for their track “In Stone” today. A front runner in the world of UK Garage, Conducta flips the track into a kaleidoscopic dance treat while NY producer Photay puts forth a funk-filled intergalactic rendition. The track is from the trio’s new In Stone EP out now via OWSLA. Check them out below and share.

Siya – “I Know I Know”

A star of Oxygen’s Sisterhood of Hip Hop, Siya has already captured national attention, mostly by bullying tracks with her aggressive yet conversational flow. In the run up to her upcoming debut album SIYAvsSIYA, the Bed-Stuy native shows her versatility with the somber “I Know I Know.” Opening with solemn piano, the track fills in with a rumbling bass and the distant clap of snares, allowing Siya to demonstrate a more laid back side of her. Even in her more relaxed state Siya is realer than most, promising those who want to be a thug that she’ll send them back where they came from. “I Know I Know” follows up the more sinister “My Sons,” a boastful track dedicated to Siya’s squad premiered by Mass Appeal, as the second single off of SIYAvsSIYA, releasing December 9th.

MOUNT – “Bend Before We Break”

After 24 million streams and countless successful releases, MOUNT is emerging as a bonafide artist to watch. Out today via legendary dance music imprint Ultra Music, “Bend Before We Break” is your soundtrack for the weekend.

With remixes including Milky Chance’s “Unknown Song”, Jose Gonzales’ “Heartbeats,” Tom Odell’s “Here I Am,” and filous’ “How Hard I Try“, MOUNT has risen to prominence with a string of remixes catching the ears and hearts of fans around the world. Not to mention, the Austrian maestro amassed four Hype Machine top 5 spots in a matter of months. “Bend Before We Break” is the newest and most impressive work from this man, a hybrid arrangement ready for club and radio play, containing hints of acoustic elements and a silky vocal to delight existing and new fans alike.


As an Italian-German, Belgium bred 3rd culture polyglot with a Russian first name, Sacha Robotti has proven himself a natural in adapting to and internalizing foreign influences, cultures and various local music scenes which has contributed to his extremely rich and diverse musical palette spanning eras, genres, dialects and moods. On his latest trip around the sun, Sacha Robotti has relocated from his longtime home of Berlin to sunny Los Angeles, and the laid-back, groove-laden west coast vibes are real on his dazzling new dance jam “Plant The Seed” featuring LA hip-hop vocalist P. Keys. Following a Night Owl Radio debut by Pasquale Rotella and finally out today on Insomniac Records, Sacha Robotti’s “Plant The Seed” can be comfortably planted in the heart of the pulsing dancefloor – stream it here.


After organically collecting more than 33-million spins on Soundcloud and another 15-million on YouTube, Hip-Hop’s exciting young personality Ugly God has partnered with Asylum Records (previous home to Gucci Maine, Waka Flocka Flame, Paul Wall) to release his viral track “Water” today on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Amazon, and Google Play. With over a million plays for every song released on Soundcloud (including the tracks “I Beat My Meat” and “Bernie Sanders”) and a massive social following thanks to posts like a compilation of catching lizards and wearing them on his nose, the Houston rapper’s eccentric and provocative charisma has sites like Pigeons & Planes claiming he’s “becoming the internet’s most loved rapper” and “an internet legend.” If you need proof, take a look at Ugly God’s recent Genius episode, which has been viewed more than 340k times in just 24 hours.

Check Out Lil Yachty’s Official Video for “Minnesota”

Lil Yachty has dropped the official video for his breakout hit “Minnesota” from his debut Lil Boat The Mixtape. The song has earned over 34 million streams to date and was featured in Sprite’s latest #WannaSprite campaign with Lebron James.

The video features Yachty and his producer The Good Perry celebrating a monumental year alongside Yachty’s Sailing Team crew and Quality Control labelmates Quavo and Skippa da Flippa.


Platinum-selling recording artist KIIARA continues her reign over 2016 with the official remix to her hit single ‘Gold’ featuring hip hop heavyweight LIL WAYNE. The rapper’s signature slurred-out vocals are a fitting addition to the track’s distinctive glitch-pop beat, his verse culminating in a perfectly harmonic finale between the two artists. ‘Gold’ is the singer’s debut platinum-selling single and continues its ascent up the charts, currently sitting at #5 on Billboard’s Pop Songs Chart and breaking into the top 15 on the Hot 100. ‘Gold (feat. Lil Wayne) (Remix)’ is available to stream now at Kiiara’s official SoundCloud and YouTube.


Chicago Rapper, Lil Durk has been releasing new music in anticipation of his upcoming project They Forgot and today he premieres the official 1st single “Baller” with Mass Appeal. They Forgot is Lil Durk’s first mixtape project since 2015’s 300 Days 300 Nights and is set to be released later this month.

PREMIERE: Lil Durk Runs the Court on “Baller”

BELLRINGER Issues Disorderly Video For Jettison LP’s “Cowboy Fight”

“Cowboy Fight” is now given an appropriately warped visual complement, as Deutrom’s wife Jennifer – lead visual propaganda administrator for BELLRINGER – creatively repurposes Russ Meyer’s mega-awesome Spaghetti-Western-gone-burlesque flick, Wild Gals Of The Naked West. Mr. Deutrom offers that the video is, “Existentialist musing on the pointless and transitory nature of mano-a-mano violence in a nostalgic and blood free setting packed with friendly caricatures and the usual cliches.”

PULLEY Release ‘No Change In The Weather’

SoCal punk rock luminaries PULLEY are celebrating their 20th Anniversary with their newest effort No Change in the Weather which premiered this past week via Brooklyn Vegan. The album is out today, Friday, November 18th, via Cyber Tracks.


Artist/DJ/producer Dillon Francis has revealed a brand new rework of his contagious current single, “Anywhere” ft. Will Heard (Fred V & Grafix), today – listen HERE. On December 2, Dillon is set to unleash a full “Anywhere” remix package featuring contributions from A-Trak, Sleepy Tom, Felix Cartal, LucaLush and GotSome. See full tracklisting below.

Dillon recently unveiled the quirky official video for “Anywhere” – check it out HERE. As told by Dillon, “This video is all about high fashion…like the highest fashion that you could only dream of.” “Anywhere,” praised by Entertainment Weekly for its “airy, indie-pop production,” has already seen over 10 million Spotify streams and nearly 1.5 million combined video views. Additionally, Triple J added “Anywhere” into full rotation, leading it to crack the Top 10 on US Dance radio.

Satellite Mode Share “Warm Fire Lightning” Via Impose

Impose has shared the new single from Satellite Mode entitled “Warm Fire Lightning”. Continuing their momentum of clock-work single releases throughout 2016, “Warm Fire Lightening” is Satellite Mode’s most gritty, rock influenced track to date. The song’s production is based around a loosely tuned Rickenbacker guitar riff, coupled with psychedelic synth loops and naked, one take, vocal melodies.

With a soundscape inspired by the NYC noise pollution relentlessly carrying on outside producer Alex Marko’s home studio, the track’s lyrics recount the all familiar tale of the ambiguous dating scene in a busy city where games are played and truth, love and serendipity all come into play.

Lauren Carnahan’s Music Video “Catch 22”

A rising start from Oklahoma, there’s nothing small-town about Lauren, or her story. After being adopted at birth and surviving heart surgery at 4, she received a standing ovation at her hometown church for her very first performance – Tomorrow from Annie, a movie that she connected with on multiple levels. In 2014, Lauren was named Teenage Artist of the Year by Indie Music Channel.

Today, Lauren is a quickly growing start with multiple shows and tours in several states already under her belt. She is recognized by her powerful voice and ability to perform numerous hits, including her own. She released her EP Unbreakable to an enthusiastic hometown crowd in January 2016. She performed her hit Life of the Party on tour throughout 2015, which is the featured single on her new EP. Her sound is a mature pop with impressive harmonies and electronic infusion with her voice flawlessly meshing with her track and bringing the songs to life in authentic ways.


Global superstar Bruno Mars’ brand new MixTape is now live on Pandora Radio! The channel includes songs from his new album out today, 24K MAGIC, as well as funkadelic favorites from some of Bruno’s favorite artists.

Disney Releases Healing Single “The Human Race”

In the aftermath of the Presidential election, we have all seen new levels of divisiveness in this country whether it be on social media, at the office, or in our own homes. With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, I would like to ask you to take a listen to Disney’s new single “The Human Race” as the lyrics are exactly what I feel our country needs at the present time. We need to come together, love one another, and respect one another. You can listen to the song here: Disney’s “The Human Race”

SHALLOW SIDE Release Music Video For “Renegade”

ulman, AL rockers Shallow Side have released their second single and video for the song “Renegade”.

“Renegade” as well as their previous single “Rebel” will appear on their debut full length album ONE on Thermal Entertainment, LLC due in 2017.

“Renegade” is the band’s take on the classic Styx song written by Tommy Shaw. Eric Boatright says “The song for me has it all. I’ve always been a fan of what I would consider one of America’s greatest rock bands and it became a no brainer when we mentioned ‘Renegade.’ Love Styx, love the song and we wanted to take that same world and bring it to where we are today.”

Siberian releases new single ‘Witness’

The band returned to Joona Hassinen and his Studio Underjord to record their second album “Through Ages of Sleep”. The trio got help from Angus ‘Angst’ Norder (Witchery, Nekrokraft) that recorded bass on all songs. Mastering were done by Brad Boatright at AudioSiege (YOB, Skeletonwitch, Converge) Mattias Frisk (Ghost, Vanhelgd, Miasmal) illustrated the album on oil panel with no guidance other than the dreams that were written down by the band.