NEON COVEN: I'm The New Hit Thursday, 30 July 2020 18:30 by madseason
Neon Coven - I'm The New Hit

Neon Coven, the darkwave, alternative rock band from Los Angeles, CA, featuring Jacob Bunton (Mick Mars, Adler, Lynam) and Ace Von Johnson (LA Guns, Faster Pussycat) has released its brand new single I'm The New Hit today via New Ocean Media. The song is the second single from the band’s upcoming debut full-length album Future Postponed, following first single Blame It On The Drugs, released last July 6.

I'm The New Hit is "a direct inspiration from all the badass women in our lives. Don’t take any shit. We will always have your back, and you are loved," citing vocalist Anthony Montemarano.

Future Postponed will be released October 30. Produced by Jacob Bunton, the album features 11 tracks ranging from songs about survival and balance to emotionally charged anthems of empowerment. The songs live in the space between challenging the need for certainty and, ultimately, learning to accept uncertainty.

Check I'm The New Hit clicking on the image.

Neon Coven - Risen

Neon Coven, the new industrial rock band from Los Angeles, CA, released its debut EP Risen last February 1st via New Ocean Media. Recorded in Hollywood, the EP was produced by Jacob Bunton (of Lynam fame). The band is comprised of Anthony Montemarano on vocals, Ace Von Johnson on guitar, Kyle Cunningham on drums and the aforementioned Jacob Bunton on bass.

The EP consists of 4 tracks ranging from songs about survival and balance to emotionally charged anthems.

The album's title Risen is a dedication to the fallen and broken who refuse to back down and give up on their dreams. "The idea behind music is to connect, create and inspire" states frontman Montemarano. "Between life and death, we are always riding the quantum edge.

"These songs reflect on the uncertainties of life and coming to grips with our own mortality" adds Bunton. "The only guarantee we have in life is that one day it will end. It's up to each one of us to create our own destiny and live life to it's fullest. The world is full of ups and downs, but I've always believed in the Rocky Horror quote 'if you can dream it, you can be it'."

Musicwise, Neon Coven abandoned much of the ethos of the tradition of heavy rock to create an intellectual and theoretical sound, linked to an emphasis on anthemic, synth-heavy dance-rock and melodic vocals.

Stream this amazing EP on Spotify or on SoundCloud now!

A Bombshell for LYNAM Thursday, 29 October 2015 22:50 by madseason
Lynam - Send You Back

Lynam, the rock band from  Birmingham, AL, will release its new EP entitled Bombshell tomorrow October 30 via New Ocean Media.

The EP was produced by Jacob Bunton and Lonny Paul and mixed by Jason Elgin (Collective Soul, Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster, Terrible Things). Bombshell features five new songs, including the new single Send You Back: Yahoo is premiering it, so go get it clicking on the album cover.

"This album is different than anything we've ever done", states front man Jacob Bunton. "The EP leans heavy on the pop side, but still has a definite hard rock edge.  We were listening to a lot of Joan Jett, Duran Duran, Prince, and Hanoi Rocks while making the EP, so the songs definitely have a fun element to them."

LYNAM are back with new EP Thursday, 29 August 2013 00:12 by madseason
Lynam - Wrong Side Of The Grav

Birmingham, AL rock band Lynam will release its new EP entitled "Halfway To Hell" October 15 via New Ocean Media.
The band has made the song "Wrong Side Of The Grave" available for streaming via SoundCloud and a free download via their ReverbNation page.

"Halfway To Hell" was produced by the band and longtime producer Jason Elgin (Collective Soul, Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster, Terrible Things). The song "Wrong Side Of The Grave" was produced and co-written with Bruno Agra.

The new EP comes 3 years after the live album "Thank You Goodnight!" hit the shelves. Following the release of that record, frontman Jacob Bunton joined up with former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler to form the band Adler and bassist Mark Dzier left to film the movie "Rock Of Ages" as part of the fictitious band Arsenal led by Tom Cruise.