South Park, the long-running animated show now in its 23rd season, has certainly had its share of musical guest stars over the years. Korn appeared on the show at the peak of their popularity in 1999, and the likes of DMX, Joe Strummer, and many more have guest starred in the series as well. That being said, there’s never really been a high-profile appearance by an extreme metal band – at least until both Death Decline and acclaimed death metal veterans Dying Fetus were featured in the most recent episode of the show.
If you’re a big alternative rock fan, you’re going to love what we have cooking for you at TNF HQ. Maine alternative rock artist Jordan Coffey has premiered a new single and music video for “Survival Horror”, and we’re stoked to be teaming up with him for the song and video premiere.
An interesting blend of post-hardcore and high-energy alt-rock, the song comes off Coffey’s upcoming debut solo record. Though a former member of Acadia, this is Coffey’s foray into the scene as a solo artist. And if you’re like us and you love bands like Citizen and Fugazi, there’s plenty to unwrap here. It’s just a damn good song!
Before Bring Me The Horizon released the landmark Sempiternal in 2013, the Sheffield band were already on the pathway to superstardom. While many of their peers at the time eventually fizzled out, it was on 2010’s There Is A Hell… that really showed where the band had been – and where they were heading musically.
Straight out of the proud tradition of Florida heavy music comes newcomers Leveled. While the band is a new name on the music scene, one listen to their new single “No Hay Paz” will be enough to get this new band on your radar.