1. Making a Fire" (4:15)
2. "Shame Shame" (4:17)
3. "Cloudspotter" (3:53)
4. "Waiting On a War" (4:13)
5. "Medicine at Midnight" (3:29)
6. "No Son of Mine" (3:28)
7. "Holding Poison" (4:24)
8. "Chasing Birds" (4:12)
9. "Love Dies Young" (4:21)
Foo Fighters have been dropping some hints that their 10th studio album is on its way but the wait is over!Earlier this year they said the new project was done and lately fans in L.A. have been spotting the band's logo in different locations along with an 'X', which is the Roman numeral for 10.
System Of A Down have struggled to agree on a new album and which direction they were going to take but they've come together to make two new songs.
There's a war going on Artsakh that is affecting the Armenian community:
"We as System Of A Down have just released new music for the first time in 15 years. The time to do this is now, as together, the four of us have something extremely important to say as a unified voice. These two songs, "Protect The Land" and "Genocidal Humanoidz" both speak of a dire and serious war being perpetrated upon our cultural homelands of Artsakh and Armenia." - Loudwire
These songs are very powerful and also refreshing for the earholes.
Alter Bridge will be releasing their Walk The Sky 2.0 EP on Friday, November 6th and they just released the lyric video for the new song "Last Rites". The song was written, recorded and finished during Covid-19!
The EP will feature "Last Rites" (the new song) plus six LIVE songs that were recorded during Alter Bridge's U.S. tour at the beginning of 2020. Here's the lyric video for their badass new track "Last Rites":
I Prevail will release a new live album, Post Traumatic (see what they did there?) on October 30th. It'll feature live versions of songs from their latest album, Trauma. The live version of I Prevail's song "Deadweight" featuring Beartooth frontman Caleb Shomo will be the first single on the live album.
A few months ago Caleb Shomo said that Beartooth is working on album #4 and it's, "a lot more intense" than 2018's Disease.