New music releases, 9th October 2015

Here are the new and notable music release for today, Friday 9th October, 2015:

Michael Monroe - Blackout States cover
Black Out States, Michael Monroe

Grievances, Kowloon Walled City
Grey Tickles, Black Pressure, John Grant
It’s Automatic, The Enemy
Restless, New Order
Chris Holmes, Shitting Bricks
Get Loud!, Dan Baird & Homemade Sin
The Light Princess (Original Cast Recording), Tori Amos
Live At Radio City Music Hall, Joe Bonamassa
If I Should Go Before You, City and Colour
Outsiders, Jesse Malin
Black Lines, Mayday Parade
Converting Vegetarians II, Infected Mushroom
Southern Surreal, Legendary Shack Shakers
WE, The Christians
Los Diablos: La Edad De Oro. Madrid Spain (Remastered), Lords Of The New Church

All the above and many more are available via the Skin Back Alley Music Store.

Album Reviews | Live Reviews | News | SBA Lists | The Playlist | Under The Skin | Without A Song

Richie Kotzen reveals video for new song The Enemy

Richie Kotzen 2015

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Richie Kotzen has released a video for his song “The Enemy.”

The track is the third single to be lifted from Kotzen’s 20th studio album Cannibals, released earlier this year.

“My director buddy Vicente Cordero found this abandoned drive-in, which was the perfect location for the video,” Kotzen tells Ultimate Classic Rock. “The song is basically a song about loss and cause of loss, which in this case is one’s own actions. What ties the song and location together is that we are showing my childhood videos on the screen, which makes the entire piece that much more personal.”

Continues the musician: “I probably shouldn’t reveal this, but half the song has a drum and guitar performance from several years ago, and the rest of the song is comprised of new recorded performances. Crazy concept, but somehow it worked and I ended up with a recording that I’m very happy with.”

You can watch the video for “The Enemy” below:

Album Reviews | Live Reviews | News | SBA Lists | The Playlist | Under The Skin | Without A Song

80 days to ahhh