Tag: Outerloop Records

NEWS: Misstiq takes on Lorna Shore!

Lorna Shore have been remixed by Misstiq in this latest entry in her “Let’s Jam” series. She takes on one of the pair of new songs the band have released with new vocalist and former Signs of the Swarm frontman CJ McCreery in “This is Hell” while offering you the chance to get involved over

Playthrough: “Denounce The Light” from Lorna Shore!

How long will it be before the retooled Lorna Shore announce their new album? It can’t be long as they’ve dropped a fine pair of singles via Outerloop Records in “This Is Hell” and “Darkest Spawn”. In the meantime, axe wielding duo Adam DeMicco and Connor Deffley have recorded this guitar playthrough for “Denounce The

NEWS: Lorna Shore release their “Darkest Spawn”!

…and just when you thought it was safe, Lorna Shore have dropped a stream of new song “Darkest Spawn” via Outerloop Records! The song follows up previous single “This Is Hell”, their debut release with ex-Signs of the Swarm frontman CJ McCreery who joined the New Jersey Deathcore outfit in June after the departure of

Interview: The Agony Scene talk Crazy Tour Stories!

Close encounters of the 3rd kind? In this latest episode of “Crazy Tour Stories” from Digital Tour Bus, The Agony Scene stand outside the Concord Music Hall in Chicago Illinois and talk about… Well just watch the clip. The band are correctly touring their new full length “Tormentor” out now via Outerloop Records.

Bootleg: “Scapegoat” from The Agony Scene!

Pro-Shot on 28th November at Holy Diver in Sacramento California, here’s “Scapegoat” from The Agony Scene! The show is part of the quinets ongoing run with Fit For An Autopsy and Unearth. The band have returned in fine form with new album “Tormentor” via Outerloop Records, check out our review!

Interview: The Agony Scene in Chicago!

Filmed at Concord Music Hall in Chicago Illinois on the 24th July stop of the Summer Slaughter Tour, Digital Tour Bus caught up with The Agony Scene in this newly released clip. The tour saw the band joining Between The Buried And Me, Born Of Osiris and Veil of Maya on what is billed as one

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! The Rolling Stones?!

Jointly credited to the songwriting partnership of Mick Jagger and Kieth Richards, The Rolling Stones originally released “Paint It Black” as a single in May 1966 before it appeared on their album “Aftermath” later that year. It’s claimed that Jagger took lyrical inspiration from “Ulysses” by novelist James Joyce, though much like a number of

NEWS: Lakeshore get “Erased”!

Featuring former members of Emmure, Lakeshore have released a music video for single “Erased”. The song will appear on the bands second EP “Secret Weapons” which will be released “soon” via Outerloop Records. For now, the band have a deluxe 8 track version of their debut EP “41” available here.

NEWS: “Ascent and Decline” video from The Agony Scene!

Directed by Jacob Reynolds, The Agony Scene have released a music video for “Ascent and Decline” from their newly released album “Tormentor” via Outerloop Records. The album is stunningly good – check out our review – while the band are currently tearing it up on The Summer Slaughter Tour in the US.