The Electric Revival Announce Road Heavy Travel

The Electric Revival are once again proving that a DIY band can write and release all of the music they want, but it won’t get heard until you actually hit the road. These lads are no strangers to the road, having toured throughout the United States and Western Canada multiple times. This time though, the band has sights set on the east with some heavy touring in Ontario as part of their “Freak Out” tour.

The Electric Revival - Freak Out Tour

Weatherly Releases Highly Anticipated New Single

Since their  hiatus in late 2012, Weatherly has been in writing mode. The band reunited in the fall of 2013 and most recently, the band has brought in a new guitarist.

The band’s latest single is Heart Of The City and it is being offered as a FREE download through Weatherly’s web store and their NoiseTrade page. Heart Of The City is about finding your inner strength and learning how stand tall.

“A friend brought me to this spot near the downtown area of Sudbury with a tree covered hill and a radio tower: the heart of the city. While I was standing there, I could see my whole life and began to reflect on all of the pain I had to endure. Standing above the city, I could see where I grew up and where I spent my young adulthood. I could think back on all of the heartbreaks and rejection I once faced.

Standing there was the pinnacle point in which I rediscovered myself and found the strength to carry on and fight the good fight in order to find my happiness.”

~Jason Fraser, Weatherly

The North Sound Perform To Near Capacity Crowd At The Blind Beggar

What a debut it was for The North Sound at The Blind Beggar on Sunday night. TNS was playing as part of the Blind Beggar’s Original Music Showcase and left the crowd wanting more.

“If you’re wanting to hear more from us, you can download our first 2 singles, for FREE, from our online store!”

~Forrest Eaglespeaker, Vocals & Guitar

If you were in attendance for the show, the band has asked for the hashtag #wethesound to be used in social media.


Stab.Twist.Pull Set To Release Highly Anticipated New Album

Stab.Twist.Pull has become a memorable name amongst the Calgary Metal Music Scene and their past releases have been received with much success.

Winners of the Calgary Beer Core‘s Best Singer (2012), Best Band (2013), Best Hardcore Band (2013), and Best Drummer (2013), the band shows no signs of slowing down.

Their last release, in 2011, entitled “This Wreckless Life”, included the single “Fighting & Crawling”. The music video was filmed by Mitch Nybo of Dog Driver Media and edited in collaboration with Mike Hoogaars.

With the new release, the band is taking a new approach to what they’ve done in the past.

“This album means a lot to us as we have been a band for 10 years now and we really wanted to write something that all 4 of us like. There is a whole different approach on this album: very southern rock sounding at times and very metal at other times with some slow groove.”

~Mike Hoogaars, Vocalist

The first single from the new album Lifeline, is called “Action Jackson Tallahassee” and Mike explains the meaning behind the song.

“This song is about partying and just enjoying life to the fullest life’s too short to not enjoy and be around the people you love.”

~Mike Hoogaars, Vocalist

Stab.Twist.Pull releases “Lifeline” on March 7th at Dicken’s Pub with Citizen Rage, Doberman, False Flag and Sonder.

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