Posts Tagged: Metal

Out Today by The Orchard: Foxing, Termanology & More


Welcome back to another week of fresh new music from The Orchard’s talented labels and artists. This week, we kick it off with an indie masterpiece from new-age emo favorite, Foxing. Next, we question our surroundings and reminisce on old-school hip-hop with Termanology. Finally, we’ll transport into a packed venue of epic proportions with metal crew, Night Demon…. Read more »

Out Today by The Orchard: Dentist, Eisley & More


It’s finally the weekend and what better way to relax than by listening to some new tunes? Vibe to Dentist’s surf rock, jam out to extreme metal band Skeletonwitch, or keep it mellow with soulful acoustics from Eisley’s recreated classics. Whether it’s rock, metal, punk, or blissful guitar, these fresh new finds will most definitely get you rocking, all… Read more »

German Super-label SPV Rocks The Orchard’s Roster


Headbangers rejoice: one of rock and metal music’s biggest record companies, SPV, has found a home at The Orchard. We’re partnering up with SPV’s team to provide their legendary catalog and exciting slate of upcoming releases with digital distribution worldwide. What does this mean exactly? It means that genre defining releases by heavy-hitters like Whitesnake, Sepultura, Kaiser Chiefs,… Read more »

What The #&@$ Do You Do, Liz?!?!


Liz Snair, VP, North American Label Management Joined RED in July 2007 As a leading force of our Label Management team, what the #&@$ do you do Liz? The label management department is a one-stop shop for our labels. We get involved in every aspect of their interaction with The Orchard, from creating release timelines,… Read more »

Deathcore Forefathers Despised Icon Roar Back to Life With “Beast”


Rejoice: After several silent years, deathcore pioneer Despised Icon is finally poised to release its new album Beast this July. Long-time fans of the Montreal-based band will be happy to know that Beast stays true to the heavy sound of the group’s early albums while adding a touch of the “speed and technicality” found on more recent releases. Over their seven-year studio break, Despised… Read more »