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Look for “Headlines” at OOTB every Wednesday and Sunday—local and national, signed and unsigned, every genre. Have a headline? Contact us via email:

The Voodoo Child release new song “Mirror, Mirror.” Watch video here.

Ohio’s To Kill A Monster release new song “Whiskey.” Listen to song here.

Annual Marion Popcorn Festival begins tomorrow Sept. 8-10 in Marion, Ohio with entertainment headliners Lita Ford, Parmalee, KatMandu and openers Sneaky Pete and The Players, Knight After Knight, Old Skool.  Read details here.

Anti-Flag release video for “Imperialism” video featuring Ashrita Kumar. New album Lies They Tell Our Children out 1/6/23. Watch video here.

Mercyful Fate announce fall tour with Kreator and Midnight. See dates here.

Cabal release new single “Exit Wound” from upcoming album Magno Interitus out 10/21. Listen to song here. 

Nickleback release new song “San Quentin,” new album Get Rollin out 11/18. Listen to song here.

Xandria release new single and video for “You Will Never Be Our God.” Watch video here.

Queen Kwong release video for “Sad Man” from album Couples Only out now. Watch video featuring Johnny Knoxville here.

Ohio’s Crow The Saint releases new video for “Flames of Silence.” The band performs a free show in Delaware, Ohio at The Spot 9/10. Watch video here. 

Ozzy Osbourne scheduled to perform at tomorrow’s NFL Season Opener Rams/Bills game halftime show at SoFi Stadium. Game kicks off at 8:20pm on NBC and Peacock. Osbourne’s new album Patient Number 9 will release 9/9.

Ozzy Osbourne releases new song “Nothing Feels Right,” featuring Zakk Wylde. Listen to song here. 

Light The Torch exit fall tour with GWAR due to concerns with transportation, touring essentials.

Louder Than Life Sept. 22-25 in Louisville at Highland Festival Grounds release daily schedules. See set times here.

Darius Rucker’s Revival Festival releases music schedule for Oct. 8-9 in Charleston at Riverfront Park. See details here.

Evergrey release video for “Save Us.” Watch video here.

Signs Of The Swarm release new video “Unbridled.” Watch video here.

BIIG PIIG release new track “Kerosene.” Listen to song here.

Lil Yachty launches new frozen pizza line “Yachty’s Pizzeria” available now at WalMart.

Lamb Of God to live stream The Making Of: Omens short documentary on 10/6. Omens releases 10/7. Omens Tour starts 9/9. See live stream details here. 

Blake Shelton announces Back To The Honky Tour with Carly Pearce and Jackson Dean. See dates here.

Pixies release new song “Dregs Of The Wine” from new album Doggerel out 9/30. Listen to song here.

Voivod to release new EP Ultramen 11/4, currently on tour in Europe with Opeth.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer to tour Welcome Back My Friends this fall. See dates here.

Machine Head announce Of Kingdom And Crown US fall tour. See dates here.

Ukrainian metal band Drudkh release new song “November.” New album All Belong To The Night out 11/11. Listen to new song here.

Razor release new song “A Bitter Pill” from upcoming 9/23 album Cycle Of Contempt. Listen to sing here.

Randy Travis’ documentary More Life wins six Telly Awards. 

This Friday, Sept. 9: NFL Colts Kickoff Concert at Lucas Stadium with Jim Irsay Band (Mike Wanchic, Mike Mills, Tom Buckovac, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Kenny Aronof, Michael Ramos), Buddy Guy, Ann Wilson, John Hiatt, John Mellencamp. Register to attend the free concert event that features The Jim Irsay Collection.

Big Sean re-released his Detroit mix tape with bonus track “More Thoughts,” celebrating 10th Anniversary. Listen to Detroit here.

Buddy Guy and Mavis Staples release new song “We Go Back.” Listen to song here.

Dead Can Dance cancel European and North American tours due to health reasons. 

Bloodbath release new single “No God Before Me” from new album Survival Of The Sickest out 9/9. Watch lyric video here.

Soul singer Robert Finley on tour with Greta Van Fleet this month starting 9/20.

Moon Walker releases single “The Stolen City” from sophomore LP The Attack Of Mirrors out 10/21. Listen to song here.

This year’s Great Mohican Pow-Wow is Sept. 16-18 in Loudenville, Ohio. Read details here.

Look for “Headlines” at OOTB every Wednesday and Sunday—local and national, signed and unsigned, every genre. Have a headline? Contact us via email: