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Best Music Of 2020

Best Music Of 2020

As is customary each year, music magazines across the globe gather around and form an arbitrary ranking of the best music released that year. Since music is largely a matter of taste, no magazine typically agrees, not necessarily even internally on what is the best album, the second best album, and so forth. So here at Rockfreaks.net we have always taken a different approach: we think it's far more important to try to capture all relevant albums from a given year of release that will have some significance a few years down the line...

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MxPx shares another new single: "Can't Keep Waiting"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

MxPx have shared another new single called “Can’t Keep Waiting” online below. It is the latest in a series of new tracks to be released by the Bremerton, WA-born pop punk group since their self-titled 2018 album, which we reviewed here.

Ghastly debuts new track: "Out of the Psychic Blue"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Ghastly have debuted a new track called “Out of the Psychic Blue” and you can check it out below. It is taken from the Tampere, Finland-based death metallers’ forthcoming album “Mercurial Passages”, which was detailed in our earlier news post and will be released through 20 Buck Spin on May 28th. You can now pre-order the record on a format of your choosing via the label’s webstore.

Dropkick Murphys unveil "Queen of Suffolk County" music video

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Dropkick Murphys have unveiled the official music video for their latest single “Queen of Suffolk County” online below. It is featured on the Boston, MA-based Celtic punk icons’ forthcoming album “Turn Up That Dial”, which will arrive via Born & Bred Records on April 30th and was detailed in our previous news article.

Watch Caliban's new music video for "nICHts"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Essen, Germany’s metalcore stalwarts Caliban have a new music video out for their track “nICHts” and you can watch it below. It is the one brand new song included on their upcoming EP “Zeitgeister”, which otherwise finds the band reinterpreting some of their classic material in their native German. You can find the details surrounding the release, which is coming out on May 14th, in our earlier news update and pre-order it on a format of your choosing here.

Wolves At The Gate unleash new single: "Stop the Bleeding"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Wolves At The Gate have unleashed a new standalone single titled “Stop the Bleeding”, which you can check out below. It is the first material to be released by the Cedarville, OH-born metalcore unit since their fourth studio album “Eclipse”, which came out through Solid State Records in 2019

The Undertaking! streaming song: "Take Me Down the River"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

San Diego, CA-born southern fried metalcore unit The Undertaking! have made a new song called “Take Me Down the River” available for streaming online below. It appears on their upcoming album “Funeral Psalms”, which is nearing its official release through Solid State Records on April 30th. The full details surrounding the effort were posted in our previous news item.

Go Ahead And Die releases new single: "Toxic Freedom"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Go Ahead And Die — the new project that unites Soulfly frontman Max Cavalera with his son Igor Amadeus plus drummer Zach Coleman — have debuted a new track dubbed “Toxic Freedom”, which you can listen to below. It is part of their self-titled début album, which is set to be released by Nuclear Blast on June 11th and the details of which were listed in our earlier news article.

Endseeker reveals "Mount Carcass" music video

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Hamburg, Germany-resident death metal crew Endseeker have revealed the official music video for “Mount Carcass” — the title track from their newly released album, which arrived this past Friday, April 16th via Metal Blade Records.

King 810 drops music video for "I Am the Enemy"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

King 810 have dropped a new music video for their track “I Am the Enemy” online below. It is taken from the Flint, MI-based nu metal troop’s latest album “AK Concerto No. 47, 11th Movement in G Major”, which came out last year.

Danish fans can look forward to watching the band live at Amager Bio in Copenhagen on November 22nd as part of a package headlined by Thy Art Is Murder and additionally featuring Malevolence, Alpha Wolf and Orbit Culture. There are still tickets available for purchase over at Ticketmaster.dk for 275 DKK (+ fees), while more information can be found in the official Facebook event.

The show is part of a larger European tour, the complete routing for which is listed in our dates section.

Satanic Planet shares new single: "Exorcism"

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Satanic Planet have shared a new single called “Exorcism”, which you can listen to below. It appears on the experimental metal supergroup’s self-titled début album, which will be released by Three One G Records on May 28th and was detailed in our previous news story.

The band’s line-up comprises The Locust bassist & vocalist Justin Pearson, Suicidal Tendencies drummer Dave Lombardo, Planet B keyboardist Luke Henshaw, the one of the founders of The Satanic Temple, Lucien Greaves.

Evanescence premieres "Better Without You" music video

Posted by AP on 18/04/21

Little Rock, AR’s alternative metal icons Evanescence have premiered the official music video for their song “Better Without You” online below. It is included on their newly released album “The Bitter Truth”, which landed in stores last month.

Fear Factory to release "Aggression Continuum" in June

Posted by AP on 17/04/21

Los Angeles, CA’s industrial metal veterans Fear Factory will release a new album titled “Aggression Continuum” through Nuclear Blast on June 18th. It was tracked before the acrimonious departure of the group’s frontman Burton C. Bell last year and as such it will be the last record from the band to feature his vocals. It includes the following tracks:

01. “Recode”

02. “Disruptor”

03. “Aggression Continuum”

04. “Purity”

05. “Fuel Injected Suicide Machine”

06. “Collapse”

07. “Manufactured Hope”

08. “Cognitive Dissonance”

09. “Monolith”

10. “End of Line”

You can take a look at the artwork and pre-order the effort on a format of your choosing here, while a music video for the lead single “Disruptor” is available for viewing on YouTube (due to age restrictions) by clicking on the below player.

New dates found for Misþyrming's postponed Danish shows

Posted by AP on 16/04/21

New dates have been found for the Icelandic black metallers Misþyrming and Naðra’s postponed concerts at HeadQuarters in Århus and Stengade in Copenhagen. They will now take place on November 13th and November 14th, respectively, and all tickets purchased for the original dates remain valid. Genfærd will provide support at the latter concert.

More tickets for the Århus show will be made available in the coming weeks — keep an eye on the official Facebook event for updates.

There are also more tickets available for the Copenhagen show over at Tikkio.com for 170 DKK a piece, while additional information can be found in the official Facebook event.

Misþyrming released their latest album “Algleymi” through Norma Evangelium Diaboli in 2019 and you can read or re-read our review of it here. The record is also available for streaming in its entirety below.

Ektomorf & more to tour Europe in September/October

Posted by AP on 16/04/21

Hungarian groove metal troop Ektomorf have mapped out a European tour later this year with Systemhouse33 and X-Method providing support, and their itinerary includes a concert at BETA in Copenhagen on October 05th.

Tickets for that show can be purchased here for 270 DKK (+ fees), while more information is available in the official Facebook event.

Here’s how the complete routing for the tour pans out:

September 24th - Nová Chmelnice, Praha, CZE

September 25th - Hydrozagadka, Warszawa, POL

September 27th - Nuke, Berlin, GER

September 28th - From Hell, Erfurt, GER

September 29th - Logo, Hamburg, GER

September 30th - MTC, Köln, GER

October 01st - Rockpalast, Bochum, GER

October 02nd - Roxy, Flensburg, GER

October 03rd - Hus7, Stockholm, SWE

October 04th - Valand, Göteborg, SWE

October 05th - BETA, Copenhagen, DEN

October 06th - Bastard, Osnabrück, GER

October 07th - Béi Chéz Heinz, Hannover, GER

October 08th - Hellraiser, Leipzig, GER

October 09th - Rockfabrik, Übach-Palenberg, GER

October 10th - Hell, Diest, BEL

October 11th - Rock n’Eat, Lyon, FRA

October 13th - Backstage Halle, München, GER

October 14th - Café Central, Weinheim, GER

October 15th - Vaudeville, Lindau, GER

October 16th - Musigburg, Aarburg, CHE

October 17th - Rockhouse, Salzburg, AUT

October 20th - Barrák, Ostrava, CZE

October 22nd - Seilerstraße, Zwickau, GER

October 23rd - Randal, Bratislava, SVK

October 24th - Csabagyöngye, Békéscsabán, HUN

Ektomorf released a new album titled “Reborn” through Napalm Records earlier this year and you can watch the official music video for the track “Smashing the Past” from it below.

The Offspring posts lyric video for "This Is Not Utopia"

Posted by AP on 16/04/21

California’s punk rock legends The Offspring have posted a lyric video for their song “This Is Not Utopia” online below. It is part of their newly released album “Let the Bad Times Roll”, which landed in stores via Concord Records today.

Wars Apart premiere début video single: "Hate as an Anthem"

Posted by AP on 16/04/21

Danish metallic hardcore newcomers Wars Apart have premiered their début video single “Hate as an Anthem” online below. Their first album release is in the works and is expected to arrive via Prime Collective in the coming months.

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