Former member of The Chariot Bryan Taylor started up a new gig, Slowriter, in 2009. Since then, Taylor has put out four releases, the latest of which, King of the Void, came out in 2014. But today, Slowriter dropped a new music video for their latest song, “Crazy.” The Atlanta-based musician, whose music was described as a “creative flow of all sorts of sounds” and “ultra-creative” by the Atlanta Music Guide, will occasionally solicit the help of other musicians to perform the songs live.
Metal is a world where self-exploration thrives, and there are a number of bands that see it as a palette that paints with the eternal human spirit of curiosity, contemplation, and confidence. It welcomes both darkness and light. Welcome, Lightworker.Full Feature More from Lightworker
"I would hope from all of this madness we will come out of it and we're better equipped to understand and have compassion for each other." Releasing a new album during an historical epoch is certainly unique, and, for Neck Deep's 'All Distortions are Intentional,' the band looks to the future with a hopeful – and, yes, unique – approach.Full Feature More from Neck Deep
Two years since the release of Hands Like Houses' latest album, 'Anon,' the band should be on the road supporting the release. Instead, the band has leveraged their local presence, government help, and new platforms like Patreon to stay afloat in the COVID-age.Full Feature More from Hands Like Houses
After canning the entire album in 2015, Righteous Vendetta is ready to release 'Not Dead Yet' and prove they're still thriving. We recently got to sit down with Ryan Hayes, vocalist of Righteous Vendetta, to discuss the band's upcoming album, life in the Mountain West, and how the pandemic has him venturing into country music songwriting.Full Feature More from Righteous Vendetta