We last saw Being as an Ocean recording at Glow in the Dark Studios. Now, we can put a date to paper. The band will release How We Both Wondrously Perish on May 6. According to their Facebook, it will be produced by Matt McClellan. We can only assume the art posted with the Facebook announcement is also the album art, which you can see below.
Last year, Sleeping With Sirens put out 'How it Feels to Be Lost' with plans to support it throughout 2020. And then, well, 2020 happened. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt speaks with vocalist Kellin Quinn about putting the band on pause, starting a new project in quarantine, and his new-found life as a part-time teacher.Full Feature More from Sleeping with Sirens
No one knows artists better than Amy Sciarretto, industry veteran and President of Atom Splitter PR. So when the world hit pause and artists had to call an audible, there is no one better to talk to about how those bands are pivoting in a new reality. Sciarretto talks to us from her own home in New Jersey about how the pandemic is affecting artists, their process of undergoing transition, and how it's going to change music – maybe in great and unexpected ways.Full Feature More from Amy Sciarretto
Multihyphenate vocalist-actor-musician-entrepreneur Danny Worsnop can't cool off as his main gig, Asking Alexandria, releases their sixth studio album, 'Like a House on Fire'Full Feature More from Asking Alexandria
With Anberlin putting a hold on its career, two of its members – Christian McAlhaney and Deon Rexroat – weren't ready to put on hold on music as their careers. Now, their former side project – a "blackened blues" rock and roll outfit – has become their main gig.Full Feature More from Loose Talk