NYC’s The Giraffes, drop a new video, “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)  WATCH “WASHING MACHINE”

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-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) 

Nashville-based JACK BERRY released his LP, Mean Machine. Consequence of Sound raves, “The track charges ahead like, well, a bull, powered by a particularly nasty riff that reaches its foot-stomping climax in the chorus…[Berry has]  a voice that could scare the venom out of a rattlesnake, Berry is poised to break through to the mainstream with Mean Machine.” LISTEN TO MEAN MACHINE

Orlando’s Kinky Rhino, released their new video, “Garage Roque,” from their debut self-titled EP. Comprised of members of The Blue Man Group, Kinky Rhino dives head first into the rock world, and creat ” fast-rising outfit’s fuzzy brand of rock.”( Under the Gun ReviewWATCH “GARAGE ROQUE”

Toronot-based Heavy Static, and their new tracks,from their forthcoming EP, Here Comes the Fear, due out July 22band for only two years, Heavy Static have already been named “Artist of the Month” by The Deli Magazine Toronto. LISTEN TO “ANDROMEDA”// LISTEN TO “AN EVIL THAT HIDES”

NYC-based THE BLACK ATLAS is  just released  his new EP Equinox,  the final installment of a series of EP’s  “New York City’s The Black Atlas deals in a type of metal that could sit comfortably between legendary bands like Isis and Neurosis, or contemporaries like O’Brother.” (Substream Magazine)  LISTEN TO EQUINOX 

NYC-based Gideons’ Army just dropped their new album, King of the League. Listen HERE “[Robert] Bray’s drawl ambles along the track, mimicking the slow, burning ache of long-distance love.” ( Elmore Magazine )