WITHERFALL is the collective brainchild of guitarist Jake Dreyer (ICED EARTHKOBRA AND THE LOTUSWHITE WIZZARD), singer Joseph Michael (WHITE WIZZARD) and the late Adam Sagan (CIRCLE II CIRCLEINTO ETERNITY). With Dreyer and Michael having previously worked together in WHITE WIZZARD and Sagan collaborating on with Dreyer on the critically acclaimed debut instrumental EP, "In The Shadows Of Madness" — which included a featured track for the popular video game franchise Rock Band — the trio combined forces to begin writing for the new project in 2013. Eager to resonate their ideas, WITHERFALL headed to Phoenix, Arizona to record their debut album, "Nocturnes And Requiems." The album was then sent on to New York City for mixing and mastering by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIEQUEENSRŸCHEHATEBREED) at Planet Z. Resulting in eight masterfully executed tracks featuring the group's dynamic blend of darkened melodic and progressive metal, "Nocturnes And Requiems" is scheduled for release on February 10, 2017. Pre-orders are available now at READ MORE.

  • Video Premiere: QUEENSRŸCHE's 'Bulletproof'

    Seattle-based heavy metal icons QUEENSRŸCHE have released a music video for their song "Bulletproof". The track is taken from the band's latest album, "Condition Hüman", which was produced, engineered and mixed by Zeuss, debuted at No. 27 on The Billboard 200 chart. Speaking about the influence and subject matter for the clip, QUEENSRŸCHE vocalist Todd La Torre said: "'Bulletproof' is a journey through a relationship gone bad. However painful the relationship is, you still find a way to persevere. "We elected to present the song in a live setting as a sharp contrast to the videos we've done for the 'Condition Hüman' album to help bring this chapter to a close and start the next journey." The band plans to enter the studio in January to write and record the follow-up to "Condition Hüman" for a late 2017 release. READ MORE.


    You can now purchase the 31 soundtrack digitally via a variety of online retailers.

    As well as the great tracks from within the film by The James GangKitty WellsThe Mamas & The PapasLynyrd SkynyrdErnest Tubb & more, the soundtrack includes the score music from Zombie and John 5 and many of the iconic spoken word pieces – including Doom-Head’s “I’m not crazy, I’m in control” and his monologue from the films opening.

    To purchase or stream the soundtrack today use this link:

    1. Call It A Day – Al Bowlly & Roy Fox And His Band (3:16)
    2. They Call Me Doom Head (Spoken Word) – Richard Brake (0:42)
    3. Walk Away – The James Gang (3:33)
    4. The Midway Say Sweet Charley (Spoken Word) – Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs (0:15)
    5. That Smell – Lynyrd Skynyrd (5:47)
    6. Fixing These Death Traps (Spoken Word) – Jeff Daniel Phillips (0:12)
    7. We Buried Her Beneath The Willows – Kitty Wells (2:26)
    8. You Digging What You See Pops? – Sheri Moon Zombie (0:20)
    9. Walking The Floor Over You (1941 Single Version) – Ernest Tubb (2:35)
    10. Wolfman Jack Halloween Show – Wolfman Jack (0:11)
    11. RV Attack – Bob Marlette and Chris Harris and John Five and Rob Zombie (0:40)
    12. We Are Going To Play – Malcolm McDowell (0:26)
    13. The Game Begins – Bob Marlette and Chris Harris and John Five and Rob Zombie (1:11)
    14. Number 4 – Pancho Molar (0:07)
    15. Bathroom Hell – Bob Marlette and John Five (1:47)
    16. Count Yourselves Lucky – David Ury and Lew Temple (0:04)
    17. Wet Kitty – Bob Marlette and Chris Harris and John Five and Rob Zombie (0:44)
    18. Hunt These Freaks Down – Sheri Moon Zombie (0:04)
    19. Inside The Cage – Bob Marlette and Chris Harris and John Five and Rob Zombie (1:12)
    20. Sex And Death – E.G. Daily and Torsten Voges (0:33)
    21. Death And Sex Fight – Bob Marlette and Chris Harris and John Five and Rob Zombie (3:58)
    22. Perfect Game – Richard Brake (0:08)
    23. Moonwheel Zero Gravity Whirlpool – Chris Harris (2:57)
    24. I’m Not Crazy – Richard Brake (0:13)
    25. California Dreamin’ (Single Version) – The Mamas & The Papas (2:38)
    26. The Eyes Of A True Champion – Richard Brake (0:26)
    27. The Show Must Go On – Bob Marlette and John Five (4:13)
    28. Another Exciting Year Of 31 – Malcolm McDowell (0:04)

  • SANCTUARY To Release 'Refuge Denied' Prequel 'Inception' In February

    Century Media Records has set February 24, 2017 as the release date of "Inception", the official prequel to 1988's classic debut "Refuge Denied" from the legendary U.S. metal act SANCTUARYInception contains presumed lost 1986 studio recordings, which guitarist Lenny Rutledge discovered recently and which were magically restored, remixed and remastered by ZEUSS (QUEENSRŸCHEHATEBREED). READ MORE.

  • BLOODCLOT: Lyric Video For 'Up In Arms' Title Track

    "Up In Arms", the new lyric video from the hardcore punk unit BLOODCLOT, is the title track of the band's new album, which will be released in the spring. The album was produced by Zeuss. BLOODCLOT features John Joseph (The Cro-Mags), Nick Oliveri (ex-Queens Of The Stone Age), Joey Castillo (Danzig, ex-Queens Of The Stone Age), and Todd Youth (ex-Warzone, ex-Murphy's Law, ex-Danzig). READ MORE.

  • VISION OF DISORDER Releases 'Electric Sky' Video

    "Electric Sky", a brand video from New York's VISION OF DISORDER, is out now. The track is taken from "Razed To The Ground", which was released in November 2015 via Candlelight Records. Produced and mixed by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (HATEBREEDDEMON HUNTERROB ZOMBIE). READ MORE.

  • Video Premiere: ROB ZOMBIE's 'Get Your Boots On! That's The End Of Rock And Roll!'

    Rob Zombie's video for the song "Get Your Boots On! That's The End Of Rock And Roll!" is out now. The track is taken from his latest album, "The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser", which debuted at No. 6 on The Billboard 200, having shifted 41,000 equivalent album units in the week ending May 5. It's the sixth solo Top 10 album for Zombie. The album was produced, mixed, and engineered by Zeuss. READ MORE.


    Ellen of the "Moshpit" show, which airs on the SYN 90.7 radio station in Melbourne, Australia, recently conducted an interview with QUEENSRŸCHE vocalist Todd La Torre. On working with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris on 2015's "Condition Hüman" album: "It was great. He's a nice guy and a fellow musician, so he understands the language musicians speak. If he doesn't like a chord progression, he can pick up a guitar and play his idea and translate his ideas musically instead of verbally. That's a huge asset. A really funny guy, but also very down-to-business. The guy works endlessly around the clock. He was super-professional, and sonically, he did an amazing job. The record sounds fresh and very dynamic. We'll be using him again." "Condition Hüman" debuted at No. 27 on The Billboard 200 chart. READ MORE.