@skopemag News For September 19, 2018 @ 3 PM EST

THE MON: Revolver Magazine Premieres Video For Title Track To Doppelleben LP

THE MON, the new solo project by Urlo — best known as the lead vocalist, bass and synth player in heavy trio Ufomammut — officially announces its debut album Doppelleben, due for release on Supernatural Cat on November 8th. An official video for the album’s title track has been issued through a premiere at Revolver Magazine as the artwork, track listing, and more are revealed for the first time.

Chris Garneau Announces New LP, Shares “Torpedo” (Feat. Shannon Funchess)

Cool Hunting has announced Chris Garneau’s new LP, as well as the first single entitled “Torpedo”, featuring Shannon Funchess of Light Asylum. His fourth full-length LP Yours will be out 11/9 via The Orchard. Chris will be going on tour this fall, including dates in the U.S., Europe, and China.

Heartthrob Chassis (ex-Demolition Doll Rods) share new track “Sister”; Nicolas Winding Refn Presents ‘Arrhythmia’ out Friday on Milan Records

Arrhythmia is the latest release from Heartthrob Chassis, the Detroit-based glam garage rock band headed by Margaret Dollrod, former songwriter and member of the sensational Demolition Doll Rods. It’s out this Friday, September 21st on Milan Records as a part of the Nicolas Winding Refn Presents series.

BANGLADEAFY: Metal Injection Streams Entire Ribboncutter Full-Length By NYC Eclectic Tech Metal Duo

BANGLADEAFY recorded Ribboncutter’s bass and synth tracks at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves with Colin Marston, the drums by Mike Perotta at Ridge Hill Sound and Michael Gatto at Gatto Records, and the vocals by Jonathan Vergara at Pancake Studios, who also mixed and mastered the original tracks, which were then mastered for vinyl by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering. The album is completed with photography by Brian Bonelli and art design by Nick Spadafora.


In the wake of winning “British Breakthrough Artist” at both the GQ Men Of The Year Award and AIM Awards, today Jorja Smith unveils the incredible visual for “On Your Own” – a track taken from her critically acclaimed, Mercury Music Prize-nominated album, Lost & Found. Directed by Rashid Babiker – who also directed the visual for Jorja’s previous single “Teenage Fantasy” – the video sees a young woman reading a loaned library book titled Jorja Smith. As she turns the pages, a tale of love and lust unravels, with Jorja performing the track in various stylized settings.