Home / News / New Media (page 3)

New Media

Full Cast And New Director Announced For September Theater Production Of “Love, Lust And Other Wreckage”

“Love, Lust and Other Wreckage” is the first local musician’s album to come to the stage. Film/TV actor and Cheswick resident Gregory Johnstone stars in the two night production written by Amy Hartman. Angela Hsu makes her directorial debut. The beginning aspects of it were all built around relationships, and …

Read More »

Cradle of Filth keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft Set To Release Solo Album This Year

Cradle of Filth keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft, an accomplished singer, songwriter, harpist, and pianist in her own right, is preparing to release her debut solo album later this year.   Martyr, co-written by former Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray. The album offers eleven tracks of entrancing gothic rock, influenced by Schoolcraft‘s background in …

Read More »

The 69 Eyes Release Music Video For Third Single “Black Orchid”

The release of The 69 Eyes‘ phenomenal 30-years-anniversary album is getting closer – on September 13th, Finland’s dark rockers are set to release their 12th offering, West End, via Nuclear Blast and have revealed another single today – the sinister rock hymn “Black Orchid”! “This is the most straight forward …

Read More »

Kadavar Release Epic Western Music Video For First Single Off “For The Dead Travel Fast”

Berlin, Germany-based rock overlords Kadavar have released the official music video for the song “The Devil’s Master”, the opening track of the band’s highly anticipated new album, For The Dead Travel Fast. The epic western movie styled music video was shot in Fuerteventura and stars actress Lucie Aron as well as the band’s members Lupus, Tiger and Dragon. The commented …

Read More »

Social Distortion to reissue three classic albums on vinyl September 27th

This fall, Craft Recordings will reissue three titles from Social Distortion’s independent catalog on vinyl. Set for a September 27th release, the LPs include the band’s 1983 debut, Mommy’s Little Monster, their 2004 studio album, Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll, and 1995’s Mainliner (Wreckage From the Past), which compiles …

Read More »