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The Six Best New Songs You'll Hear All Week

The cream of the week's best new releases, featuring Metallica, Black Stone Cherry, Rob Zombie and more!

Join us as we stomp around rock's unlimited pizza buffet to grab six of the tastiest musical slices from the past seven days. The chef baked all of the Metallica too, but we had to pick just one...


ALL THEM WITCHES – Bruce Lee

Nashville psych-rock warriors All Them Witches have announced their new album, Sleeping Through The War, with the release of this new track. A brooding yet frenetic track, it’s full of scuzzy, desert guitars and infused with a little dose of black magic.

BLACK STONE CHERRY – Shakin’ My Cage

With their fifth album, Kentucky, hard rockers Black Stone Cherry have thoroughly embraced the mythology of their Southern roots. In this song, a certain kind of evil – in the form of a woman this time – comes a’knockin.

PULLED APART BY HORSES – The Big What If

This video for Pulled Apart By Horses’ new single – taken from their upcoming fourth album – sees numerous methods of sleep deprivation applied to the Leeds four-piece, including a fish to the face. They should have just had this raucous, noisy track on repeat forever.

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METALLICA – Spit Out The Bone

By now, you probably know that Metallica released a video for every track off new record Hardwired…To Self-Destruct this week. This is the penultimate, seven-minute track, and it’s as epic and dramatic as the video itself, ending with a total alien invasion of the world.

ROB ZOMBIE – Get Your Boots On! That’s The End Of Rock And Roll!

Chugging guitars? Check. Deep, growling vocals? Check. Skeletons onstage? Check! It can only be the new video from rocker/filmmaker Rob Zombie. It’s taken from the fantastically titled album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser. What more do you need to know?

DEVILDRIVER – Trust No One

Filmed at OzzFest California last year, this video shows just how much carnage the Santa Barbara metallers can whip up. The song itself is taken from the band’s seventh album of the same name, which was released in May this year and still feels like repeated fists to the head and ears.


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