Download: Moon Prototype – From My Belly (Full Album)

From My Belly Cover Art

Last week we featured the Paris, France industrial project Moon Prototype when he released his single Faith In The Trash. Now MP is out with his latest album From My BellyMP was born in 1998 and focuses on a electronic industrial sound. MP is the vision of Olivier Jung who’s influences are very diverse and range from Tricky, Nine Inch Nails, Luke Slater, Radiohead, Depeche Mode, Wovenhand and Deftones. MP’s latest album “From My Belly” consists of five haunted songs which will make you dream about your darkest passions. You can DOWNLOAD From My Belly for FREE by clicking on the download link on the music player above.

You can follow MP on the web here: facebook.com/Moon-Prototype

From My Belly was released on White Leaves Music.

Brutal Truth Set To Release New Album

End Time Cover Art

Brutal Truth, one of the godfather’s of grindcore, are set to release a new record at the end of the month on Relapse Records. This will be their first release since 2009’s Evolution Through Revolution and their sixth studio album to date. The album is called End Time and you can check out some more information and some tracks from the release by clicking HERE:

 

Article by Tommy Hemmer

Migrate Remembers: Cowboys Become Folk Heros

Cowboys Became Folk Heroes is a Screamo band from Lakeland, Florida. Presently, they are on indefinite hiatus. This band is absolutely amazing. They really didn’t release very much material: a demo and a self-titled. Check out this live video for a little taste:

 

Article by Tommy Hemmer

Migrate Music Video Premiere: THOT- The Shy Summer (Acoustic Version)

Fig.5: The sun catcher Cover Art

Our favorite Belgian band THOT has just released a music video today! We love this band, and everything they put out. We have featured them before on our site here and we even featured their song The Shy Summer on our Migrate Music Mixtape Vol. II – Alignment Of Sound this month. (Its free to download)

From THOT,

“This video was shot in an undergroud house in Belgium and features Claudia, the guest vocal on The Shy Summer (she’s also singing on Spellbound Fields).
We are actually working on setting up an European tour for February 2012, that will go through Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Hungary and maybe more. Some gigs have been already confirmed and we just CAN’T WAIT! By the way, if you are interested to invite us in your town or to play acoustic gig in your room, feel free to get in touch with us at booking@thotweb.net

About acoustic shows. Silent. 2 are confirmed. First (a private one) will takes place in Paris on 17th September (Some of you will maybe receive invitations) and the other one will take place in Prague around 10 october. More details are coming soon.”

So you can watch the video below, AND you can download the original version of The Shy Summer HERE.

Article by Matthew Dickson

Drive A Victims Of Strange Bus Break-In While In Chicago On Rock Allegiance Tour with Papa Roach and P.O.D.

Our sources have informed us that Los Angeles’ Drive A were the victims of a bizarre bus break-in earlier this week in downtown Chicago, while on a break from their run on the Rock Allegiance Tour with Buckcherry, Papa Roach, Puddle of Mud, P.O.D., Red and Crossfade.

 

This past Tuesday night, as band members and crew slept on their bus while parked in an underground garage located in an area frequented by transients, an unidentified person entered the vehicle and made off with money, food, booze, clothing and an iPod, while leaving their gear untouched.

 

The band is taking it in stride, as front Bruno Mascolo explains, “I guess to make it in music these days you have to fully commit yourself, even if it means your home away from home being raided by homeless people on occasion. That being said, the next homeless person that asks us for change, we will be checking his pocket for our ipod. I’m just glad everyone is okay.”

 

Rock Alliance Tour (9/02-9/21 & 9/25):

 

       

          Sep 02         SOARING EAGLE CASINO  Mt Pleasant, MI                        

          Sep 04         AMP @ WHARF       Orange Beach, AL                     

          Sep 05         Green Iguana          Tampa, FL                       

          Sep 07         FAU Arena    Boca Raton, FL                          

          Sep 09         LAWRENCE JOEL COLISEUM        Winston Salem, NC                   

          Sep 10         Ntelos Wireless Pavillion    Portsmouth, VA                       

          Sep 11         The Brewery  Rochester, NY                          

          Sep 13         WEST VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY      Parkersburg, WV                       

          Sep 14         PromoWest Pavillion         Columbus, OH                          

          Sep 16         Main Street Armory Rochester, NY                           

          Sep 18         THE WOODS Nashville, TN                  

          Sep 20         HEARTLAND EVENT CENTER OUTDOORS         Grand Island, NE                      

          Sep 21         THEATRE @ WORLD ARENA        Colorado Springs, CO       

                  

          Sep 24        Verizon Amphitheater   Irvine, CA             EPICENTER FESTIVAL 2011   

         

          Sep 25         Power Balance Pavilion

 

Check out DRIVE A on the web here: drivearock.com 

And watch their videos here: youtube.com/drivearocks

Article by Matthew Dickson

Migrate Music Review: Voice Of Ruin

Voice of Ruin is a metalcore/ deathcore band from Geneva, Switzerland. Earlier this year they released their debut, self titled LP on Heimathome Records. Upon first listening I noticed a number of things: the record is fast, it’s fairly intense, there are lots of hammer-ons and pull-offs, lots of chugs and lots of bass drops. Being that these things are the quintessential elements of deathcore, we then have to see if these elements are utilized in a way that makes the album stand out as a cohesive work and that it brings something to the table that is worth listening to. And, I think that the album definitely does just that. It may use a lot of the older elements of deathcore to the table, but it mixes them with elements more in line with metalcore and brings with it a certain level of melody and groove that can be missing in most contemporary deathcore. I think fans of both genres could enjoy this band and that the musicians are definitely talented. I hope to hear new stuff from them in the future and I’m excited to see how they will grow as musicians. For fans of Despised Icon, Suicide Silence, etc.

You can listen to their music here: reverbnation.com/voiceofruin

Facebook and “Like” them here: facebook.com/voiceofruin

 

Article by Tommy Hemmer