NYC’s Gideon’s Army drops new video, “Red Lips,” from ther latest release, King of the League. WATCH “RED LIPS” “Directed by Sacha Cesana this is one steamy and provocative video perfect for the summer heat full of passion, and summer fun.”  (Vandala Magazine)

Atlanta-based Brother Hawk released their album, Big Medicine and head out on a national tour this week. Listen HERE. “Big, bluesy, soulful rock that feels classic… while still leaving plenty of room for some modern alt-rock grooves…that help set the band on contemporary ground.”(Latest Disgrace)

NYC-based, The Flux Machine, dropped  their cover of Billy Idol’s “Rebel Yell,” a follow up to their new album, Louder!.  Listen to Louder! for review // WATCH “REBEL YELL

Brooklyn-born Of Clocks and Clouds, drop the title track from their forthcoming, self-produced album, Better Off, due out July 15th. “Delivering a slice of rock reminiscent of Queens of the Stone Age– channeling hurt and emotional grief through some aggressive and intensifying music. (The AU Review)  LISTEN TO “BETTER OFF

Brooklyn-based The Giraffes dropped their new video,“Washing Machine,” from their sixth studio release, Usury (Silver Sleeve Records). WATCH “WASHING MACHINE”  “It’s a bizarrely sexual clip filled with a masked woman, a glammed out couple vomiting glitter and some pretty nifty subway pole dancing moves among other striking visuals.” (Loudwire)

Nashville-born, Fable Cry dropped a spectacular video, “Dead or Alive (For Now),” from their latest album, We’ll Show You Where the Monsters Are They’ve been featured on premiere horror and music sites including Rue Morgue, Horror Society, Fangoria, Bloody-Disgusting, Absolute Punk,  The Deli and PopMatters to name a few. Watch “Dead or Alive (for Now)”

Brooklyn-based The Fem Doms released “Dropped,” from their upcoming EP, Attic.  “The Fem Doms are sure to have you head banging and moshing with your favorite pet alone in your living room for a solid half an hour.” (A Note Two Self)   LISTEN TO “DROPPED”