Motionless In White Announce The Details Of Their Upcoming Record, ‘Scoring The End Of The World’

Motionless In White have revealed that their brand new album is just around the corner. 

Set for a release date of June 10th 2022, ‘Scoring The End Of The World’ and will be dropping on June 10 via Roadrunner Records.

‘Cyberhex’, the bands latest track is out now.a

Vocalist Chris Motionless had this to say about what it represents to them:

“‘Cyberhex’ is my love letter to you, our fans, for everything you have done for me over the course of some of the most mentally taxing few years I’ve had to go through. At times where I felt like my world was ending, as well as the world around us, it was always in my mind that I was able to turn to the special relationship we have created together for help, and I cannot thank you enough for that. Outside of my own personal experiences, it has been equally as fulfilling to me to see that in the face of tireless forces that continue to try and perpetuate hatred and negativity towards so many of us coexisting on this planet, we have allstood together to resist and fight back knowing that love and compassion will always prevail. We ARE the resistance. We ARE Cyberhex. I love you. Thank you.”

The artwork looks like this:

1. Meltdown
2. Sign Of Life
3. Werewolf
4. Porcelain
5. Slaughterhouse (Feat: Bryan Garris)
6. Masterpiece
7. Cause Of Death
8. We Become The Night
9. Burned At Both Ends 2
10. Broadcasting From Beyond The Grave: Corpse Nation
11. Cyberhex
12. Red, White & Boom (Feat: Caleb Shomo)
13. Scoring The End Of The World (Feat: Mick Gordon)

Pre-orders for ‘Scoring The End Of The World’ are available via the following link.

Check Out Motionless In White Live From Pennhurst Asylum

Last year Motionless In White travelled to Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City for a very special livestream, the “deadstream” performance. 

That performance is now available to watch whenever you want via Youtube.

This is quite simply very powerful!

Check out Deadstream II below.

Moitionless In White Share New Video For ‘Thoughts & Prayers’

Motionless In White have shared a brand new blood soaked video for  their track ‘Thoughts & Prayers‘.

The video itself was directed by the band’s guitarist, Ricky Olson. He says the following:

“I’m super excited to have been given the opportunity to combine both of my passions into one project. Chris [Motionless, vocalist] and the guys trusted me with a vision, and I think we were able to put together something we are all very proud of. I hope all the fans enjoy—they were at the forefront of the project and without them this video wouldn’t have been possible. This one’s for you guys! Again, extreme gratitude to the band and to everyone at Roadrunner for giving me the opportunity to do something I’ve wanted to do for years. Hopefully, this is the first of many!”

You can check out ‘Thoughts & Prayers’ and its video below.

‘Disguise’, the bands fifth record, is out right now via Roadrunner Records.

Orders for the record can be made via the band’s Webstore.

Beartooth Confirm UK Tour For February 2022

With the announcement in the last few days that their upcoming fourth record was announced, Beartooth have confirmed a handful of UK shows for February 2022.

‘The Below Tour’ will see the band hit the road with support from Motionless In White and Stray From The Path, with three massive headline UK shows scheduled for Birmingham, Manchester, and London in the middle of a stint in mainland Europe.

Speaking about the tour, frontman Caleb Shomo commented.

“I’ve never been more excited for a tour in my life. This is my favourite album I’ve ever made and getting to headline these rooms and put on the full show with no limits is a dream come true. The line-up is stacked. It’s gonna be one of the craziest shows of my life every single night.”

Check out all of the band’s UK tour dates listed below.

February 2021

18th – O2 Academy, Birmingham

19th – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

20th – O2 Academy Brixton, London.

New Music Roundup 30/10/20

Happy spooky season everyone and welcome back to the New Music Roundup! We’re here for a roundup of five of the best recently released tracks. They’re not all within the same genre and they’re all different in some way or another but that means that there’s a little something for everyone here but come on, let’s get down to the music!

First up this week is the British Singer / Songwriter Charlie Simpson whom you might know from the bands Busted and/or Fightstar. He’s released his first solo track since his 2016 record, ‘Little Hands’.

Starting this weeks roundup off is the fantastic track, ‘I See You’.

Please note at the time of writing in preparation for this weeks list, there is no indication yet if this track will feature on a yet to be announced EP or Record.

Now we move onto the New York alternative pop band Eighty Ninety which consists of brothers Abner (vocals, production) and Harper (guitar, production) James — share their new singe, “Better as Friends”.  Following the brothers’ previous release “Happier,” “Better as Friends” is the second single from Eighty Ninety’s forthcoming sophomore EP. The EP was created in collaboration with Grammy-nominated producer Gian Stone (Maroon 5, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Halsey, Dua Lipa).

Both cinematic and intimate, “Better as Friends” is a dreamy mix of contemporary pop and hazy chillwave production propelled by a driving pulse that culminates in a yearning, widescreen chorus complete with soaring melodies, lush arrangements and the band’s distinctive guitar work. As with all of Eighty Ninety’s tracks, “Better as Friends” uses deeply personal lyrics to connect with universal themes and feelings, exploring the powerful pull to stay connected with someone you once loved despite how painful it can be. “It’s about the desire to live in the past rather than face the end, and how loving someone can mean wanting the best for them even if that no longer includes you,” Abner and Harper write.

The NYC based duo’s songs fuse intimate storytelling, sticky melodies, and minimalist pop productions built on acoustic instruments and electronic sounds in a style they call “808s and telecasters” — a shorthand for both their music and their anything-goes mentality in the studio. “We let the emotional arc of the song, rather than any set of genre conventions, lead us to instruments and sounds,” the brothers say of their process.

Now we have the exciting, effervescent Maggie Cassidy, a British band with a fresh, pop-fuelled edge, blending filthy guitars with irresistible choruses to deliver a rare concoction of boyband punk.

The playful tongue-in-cheek track ‘D.E.A.D!’ is about feeling dead inside from staring at screens all day like a zombie, without human interaction. “Given the last six months EVERYONE is more familiar with that feeling than ever,” says guitarist Jan-Erik Barnegren. 

“There’s genuine feeling at the heart of the song, but there’s also an element of us poking fun at those emo tropes that really glamourise the macabre (which also comes across in the music video),” adds vocalist Jamie Coupe. “As an emo band we love that about the genre, but sometimes you have to poke your head up from out under it all and not take yourselves too seriously.”

In additional exciting news, the band have also announced that they will be back in the studio with Seb Barlow (Neck Deep) in November to record the follow-up to their recently released debut EP, ‘Life Is Beautiful’.

Check out their track ‘D.E.A.D’, which arrives just in time for halloween tomorow!

Diving further into the spooky, we have Scranton’s very own Motionless In White where  ‘Creatures X: To The Grave’, a tip to their ongoing tenth anniversary celebrations of their debut album, ‘Creatures’.

Chris Motionless (Vocals) says:

“After ten years of the most insane highs and lows that a band can experience, we are so proud to hit such a milestone as a record having its 10th anniversary. We wanted to do something special to celebrate, so we decided to throw it back with a very ‘Creatures’ inspired track that includes some of the very same keyboard sounds and guitar riff styles that are found on that record, as well as many callback lyrics and themes to the original ‘Creatures’ song. It’s been a very interesting year for everyone, but we’re happy to have found cool ways to still give fans something to hold on to throughout. Hope everyone enjoys this one. Happy Halloween.”

And lastly, The Pretty Reckless have been pretty quiet as of late, until now.

Their latest track, ‘Broomsticks’ arrived in the middle of the band teasing what is going to be their new record, which will be made with Century Media Records.

“When we first heard the new album, ‘Death By Rock And Roll’, we were very excited,” says the band’s manager, David Sonenberg. “We couldn’t wait to play it to record labels. We took a ton of meetings and received offers from a broad range of labels. But it quickly became apparent that Century Media was the right partner for us. They shared our passion and enthusiasm for what we believe will be a breakthrough album for The Pretty Reckless. So, here’s to our new partnership with Century Media! And long live Rock and Roll!!!”

And that’s it for another week of a countdown of the best new tracks out in the world in the last week. Be sure to check back next-time for another round of great music videos. If you have any suggestions for me to check out, be sure to send an email or message us via the socials on Facebook or Twitter!

Motionless In White Announces ‘Creatures’ Anniversary ‘Deadstream’

Motionless In White have announced they’re set to play their record, ‘Creatures’ in full for the very first time as part of a ‘Deadstream’.

It’s set to take place on October 28th 2020 10PM BST and tickets are available via the following link. Merch is going to be sold as well.

Motionless In White Release New EP, ‘Another Life / Eternally Yours: Motion Picture Collection’

This is a surprise.

Motionless In White have previously teased some new music were coming. There was however been no indication on what it would be.

Now, in the midst of this free time they’ve been having, the US Metaller’s have released ‘Another Life / Eternally Yours: Motion Picture Collection’ which is a four track EP which consists of two new collaborations – Crystal Joilena and Kerli – as well as reimagined versions of two fan-favourite singles: Another Life and Eternally Yours.

The band say:

“With all of the downtime of not touring, we wanted to take the opportunity to try something we’ve never done before. We give you, Eternally Yours: Motion Picture Collection (Feat Crystal Joilena) and Another Life: Motion Picture Collection (Feat Kerli).

“Thank you to Crystal and Kerli for your amazing vocals that helped transform these versions into something truly special. Thank you to Justin Deblieck for your ever-brilliant talents that shine so bright throughout these tracks, and thank you to Steve Sopchack for your keen ear and dedication to mixing this project. We hope you all enjoy and are still staying safe out there.”

“There’s going to be a usual mix of things on the record like we normally do, from stuff like Another Life and Voices all the way to stuff like Thoughts & Prayers and Undead Ahead 2, and stuff that we’ve done everywhere in between,” he said. “But, yeah, so far for me, it’s been a little heavier.

“I don’t know if that’s out of frustration of what’s going on; I don’t know if it’s just that that’s where my creative interest is lying right now, where I’m wanting to write some heavier stuff. But we have a ton of stuff in the bank that I keep going back to and picking and choosing from, and a lot of that stuff is also the heavy stuff that I’m gravitating toward. So I don’t know… You might hear maybe a few more heavy tracks on the album this time than anything else, but don’t hold me to that.”

The tracklist is as follows:

1. Another Life: Motion Picture Collection (feat. Kerli)
2. Eternally Yours: Motion Picture Collection (feat. Crystal Joilena)
3. Another Life: Motion Picture Collection (Instrumental)
4. Eternally Yours: Motion Picture Collection (Instrumental)

You can check out the ‘Another Life / Eternally Yours: Motion Picture Collection’ via Spotify below.

Motionless In White Announce Two Projects For Summer 2020

The Scranton metal outfit Motionless In White have confirmed that they’re going to be releasing two “projects” over the course of the summer of 2020.

This will be the first release from the band since their 2019 ‘Disguise’ record.

The news was confirmed by vocalist Chris Motionless, who’s receieved the final mixes of the projects.

At the time of writing, it’s uncertain to say what these projects are exactly but who’s to say that it’s something else entirely? I guess we’ll find out soon enough.

Line Up Announced For Virtual Download Festival

Download Festival 2020 isn’t going to be taking place this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic but the organisers of the event have announced the line-up for a virtual weekender that’s set to take place!

The Download TV Weekend will take place on the same days as the cancelled dates (Friday 12th – Sunday 14th June 2020) and will feature some artists who were scheduled to play this year.

It’s all taking place on Download Festival’s YouTube channel, where the three days will be divided into a day and evening schedule, with the evening boasting two to three hours featuring performances from your favourite artists.

It will feature special interviews, unseen performances, exclusive footage and loads more!

Keeping with the 2020 lineup, there will be Kiss’s 2015 Download Festival available to watch on the Friday night.

Iron Maiden have the top billing band on Saturday evening where they will have a special set of archive performances as well as snippets from the Legacy Of The Beast tour.

System Of A Down will bring the weekend to a close on the Sunday with footage from three of their previous performances in 2005, 2011 and 2017.

Other acts confirmed are Alter Bridge, Babymetal, Deftones, The Darkness, Steel Panther, Mastodon, Lacuna Coil, The Pretty Reckless, Black Veil Brides and Poppy.

There’s also going going to be cookalongs which will act as the daytime activities where MasterChef’s Simon Wood, Vegan stars BOSH, tutorials, mindfulness sessions and more.

People who will be watching are encouraged to erect tents in their homes, dress as your rock idols and send in photos and videos using the hashtag #DOWNLOADTV.

Below you will find a full list of the lineup.

The full list of bands on the Download TV line-up are:

KISS

Iron Maiden (Saturday headliner)

System of a Down (Sunday headliner)

Alestorm

Alter Bridge

Babymetal

Baroness

Black Futures

Black Veil Brides

Bowling For Soup

Bush

Creeper

Deftones

Disturbed

Employed To Serve

Fozzy

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

Funeral For A Friend

Gojira

Holding Absence

Killswitch Engage

Korn

Lacuna Coil

Loathe

Mastodon

Motionless In White

NXT UK

Periphery

Poppy

Powerwolf

Skillet

Steel Panther

The Darkness

The Hara

The Offspring

The Pretty Reckless

The Wildhearts

Theory

Twin Temple

Volbeat

Wage War

Wayward Sons

Caleb Shomo (Beartooth) Remixes Motionless In White’s ‘Another Life’

What happens when you mix two awesome things? One even better awesome thing.

That’s exactly what Caleb Shomo has done for Motionless In White. In that, he’s made a remixed version of ‘Another Life’.

Here’s the original.

Now check out the remixed version below.