A new teaser trailer has been released for Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope. You can watch it in the player above now.
This trailer release coincides with the announcement of the game that’s the first of its kind in the series.
You’ll immerse yourself in the universe of Serious Sam. You’ll travel the galaxy, meet interesting aliens, and blow the shit out of them all in a mind-blowing, fast-paced, guns-blazin’ virtual reality environment.
Featuring multiple levels on multiple planets, the bosses you’ll encounter in this virtual world are bigger, badder and uglier than you’ve yet encountered as Sam Stone.
It appears that the game will be only be available on Windows.
Serious Sam VR available for early access via Steam later in the year.
Moglii & Novaa have released their collaborative debut EP titled ‘Down Under’ which is also available to stream now in the player above.
The two musicians, based in Germany, started writing the EP a year ago, stemming from a shared love of organic, natural soundscapes and higher thinking.
The EP is a mash of genres, production elements and techniques, and vocal manipulation.
The artwork for the EP was made by artist Iuna Tinta.
Garbage’s sixth studio album ‘Strange Little Birds’ is now available in stores and at all digital retailers.
The album was recorded and produced by the band (Shirley Manson, Steve Marker, Duke Erikson and Butch Vig) in Los Angeles and released via their own STUNVOLUME Records. Strange Little Birds is the follow up to 2012’s heralded Not Your Kind of People.
You can watch their music video for the album’s single ‘Empty’ in the player above, which is directed by longtime collaborator Samuel Bayer.
Working initially in Vig’s basement and then at Red Razor Sounds in Los Angeles, Garbage drew on a variety of sources to inspire the album including recent fan letters back to the albums they loved when growing up.
“The guiding principle was keeping it fresh, and relying on instinct both lyrically and musically”, said frontwoman Shirley Manson. Strange Little Birds is “less fussed over” than anything Garbage has ever made. “We fell in love with immediacy,” adds Vig.
Some will hear echoes of Garbage’s 1995 debut album in Strange Little Birds, including Manson herself. “To me, this record, funnily enough, has the most to do with the first record than any of the previous records,” she says. “It’s getting back to that beginner’s headspace.” “In part,” she says, “that’s a result of not having anyone to answer to.”
Garbage are currently on the European leg of their tour which sees them perform in London next week at the Troxy in London on 13th June and Rock City in Nottingham on 14th June.
Lisa Hannigan has announced details of highly-anticipated new album, ‘At Swim’, which will be released on 19th August via Play It Again Sam recordings.
Produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner, her third record follows the double-platinum, Mercury-nominated debut ‘Sea Sew’, and 2011’s ‘Passenger’.
An intimate 16-date Irish tour commences this month, with an extensive worldwide run of shows and the album’s first single to follow shortly.
Airing today, new track ‘Prayer for the Dying’ was inspired by the passing of a friend’s parent after an extended illness.
“They’d had a very long and happy marriage and the loss was devastating,” Lisa recalls. “I wanted to try and express that grief but also pay tribute to their marriage.”
You can get your hands on the new album at the end of August, and listen to ‘Prayer For The Dying’ in the player above.
Spook The Herd have released a new music video for ‘App Tofu. You can watch it in the player above.
The band announced the release date of ‘The Small Wins EP’ last week via Exploding In Sound Records, and have returned in the news with this second single release titled ‘App Tofu’.
The Boston-based duo’s ‘The Small Wins EP’ is due out 17th June via Exploding In Sound Records.
Justin Bieber has revealed his long-awaited music video for ‘Company’. You can watch it in the player above.
The video, directed by Justin’s personal videographer Rory Kramer is a collection of rare, un-released footage taken over the last year during the creation of Justin’s global number 1 Def Jam Recordings album ‘Purpose’, and his sold-out Purpose World Tour.
“Personally, I love this video because it’s an honest look at my journey,” said Justin. “The process of putting together this album and this tour – surrounded by people I love to be with – has been really special. I’m proud of it, it’s been a lot of fun and lot of hard work, and I think that really shows in video. I hope my fans like it as I much as I do, because it’s really all for you.”
Not only that but Justin just recently launch an emoji app that allows fans to access to hundreds of exclusive high-quality, premium stickers, gifs and expressions. The app immediately shot to number 1 on Apple’s chart.
On Saturday, Justin continues the sold-out North American leg of the Purpose World Tour in Winnepeg, Canada. The tour will continue throughout June and July, culminating in two sold-out nights at the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City.
In August the tour will visit Japan, and then run through Europe later in the year.