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AVN is Latest Las Vegas Convention to go Virtual for 2021

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The 2021 AVN convention in Las Vegas will now be entirely digital, according to a press release from the company. This includes the 2021 AVN Awards Show, the GayVN Awards Show, the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, … Continue reading

Electronic/Ambient Artist SECANT PRIME Announces The Release of “3​+​J₀​(​∞) remixes”

Electronic/ambient artist SECANT PRIME has announced the release of their new EP, 3+J₀(∞) Remixes. 3+J₀(∞) Remixes is available NOW on Bandcamp. 3+J₀(∞) is an exploration on beat-less techno ambient that is equivalent to getting attacked by a swarm of murder hornets. … Continue reading

Gothic Rock Band BLACK ANGEL Crafts Stories Of Love With “Kiss Of Death”

English gothic rock band BLACK ANGEL present their brand new second studio album, Kiss of Death: Ten tracks of pure gothic rock with a little sprinkling of psychobilly and punk. For fans of:  SISTERS OF MERCY, BAUHAUS & THE CULT Kiss of Death is an album that is all about … Continue reading

Ost+Front – New Video & Album “Dein Helfer in der Not” is out now!

Today, “Dein Helfer in der Not” is released as regular album CD, 2-CD Digipak with additional tracks and remixes, limited 2-LP incl. download code as well as limited box edition. The album has been mixed and mastered at Fascination Street … Continue reading

Razorwire Halo Video Release – “COVER MY EYES”

Kansas City, MO – Industrial Rock Band – Razorwire Halo’s music creates layers of multi-dimensional sound that lends an experience not to be missed. Whether your listening or partaking in their live show, Razorwire Halo’s electro-rock mix and seductional foreplay is … Continue reading

Ace Frehley – Space Truckin’ (Official Music Video) Origins Vol. 2 track arrives with an appropriately intergalactic animated video

Frehley delivers a faithful take on “Space Truckin’,” cranking up the guitars a bit to give Deep Purple’s pioneering hard rock sound some of the arena rock punch that their successors (like KISS) would popularize in the late-Seventies/early-Eighties. Frehley recorded … Continue reading