New Music Playist: Ghost, Deap Vally, Portugal. The Man and More

artist: misc date: 05/30/2013 category: ug news
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New Music Playist: Ghost, Deap Vally, Portugal. The Man and More
Welcome to our weekly roundup of new music streams.

Ghost are back after a lull in their news cycle (I guess the hype would never last forever), but the really exciting tracks are from the hot and upcoming artists Deap Valley and Portugal. The Man. Both bands are beloved underground artists, but set for the mainstream with their new releases. If you've been hiding under a rock, now is a good time to check them out.

Further down, we've got some awesome metal and rock tracks from lesser known artists. Which ones do you love? Let us know in the comments.

Ghost "Waiting for the Night"

Another track from their second album "Infestissuman" (also, Depeche Mode cover). Seems like that hype died down once the album came out, huh?

Deap Vally "Baby I Call Hell"

The most rocking women on the planet today. They sound so huge that you'd never guess there were only two of them in the band.

Portugal. The Man "Atomic Man"

Awesome song from their forthcoming third album "Evil Friends" produced by Dangermouse. "After you, hell will be easy..."

Dusk Machine "I Feel No Pain"

Featuring ex-members of Primal Fear and Annihilator, their new self-titled album will out on July 26.

The Tracii Guns League Of Gentlemen "The Sound"

Melodic rock 'n' roll with a lovely recording sound. Nothing wrong with a bit of vintage vibe.

Amon Amarth "Shape Shifter"

Beastly death metal from their ninth studio album "Deceiver of the Gods."

Kalmah "Deadfall"

Triumphant metal - is it me, or would the intro be the most awesome "Sonic the Hedgehog" game music ever?

Pamela Moore "Paranoia"

Groovy metal from the former hard rock queen.

Which tracks do you like best? Got links to anything we missed? Post them in the comments.
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