Tokyo Motor Fist, featuring Ted Poley (Danger Danger), Steve Brown (Trixter), Greg Smith (Ted Nugent, Rainbow, Alice Cooper), and Chuck Burgi (Rainbow, Joe Lynn Turner) return with their second album this summer.
“During the writing and recording of the ‘Amaryllis’ album, there was a song that meant a great deal to me and the band titled Atlas Falls. Although the song did not make the album, I always felt that one day the world would hear it… It has never been more clear to me than right now, that the time has come for “Atlas Falls” to arrive. ” – Brent Smith
We’ve partnered with an incredible organization, Direct Relief, who are doing important work globally to help the medical community receive protective equipment and essential medical supplies they need to combat COVID-19. Download the new song “Atlas Falls” with the purchase of a special t-shirt and 100% of proceeds will benefit Direct Relief.
“‘Light of Love’ never made the record but I thought it would be nice to share it with the fans at this time of uncertainty,” Florence Welch said in a statement, “and could be a good way to raise awareness for the Intensive Care Society COVID-19Fund, and to show my love, respect and admiration to all those working on the frontline of this crisis.”
Produced by Erik Ron (Godsmack, Bad Omens, I Prevail, Fire From The Gods), “Blood Moon” is a dark and sexy hard rock anthem exploring the psychological dynamic of a fatal attraction. The melodic groove in the verses are overtaken by soaring and energetic choruses and mirror the titillating feeling that you will endure anything to stay consumed by this person no matter how painful. In the end it’s the pain that brings you comfort – even though it might kill you.
Three Sides Live is the concert film shot in the US and released in tandem with the live album of the same title, which charted in the top ten on both sides of the Atlantic in 1982.