Archive for February 13th, 2011

I See Stars album clip preview

Head over to Amazon to check out 30 second clips for I See Stars upcoming album The End Of The World Party that drops on February 22nd. Happy listening!

Hollywood Undead respond to Deuce leaving

Hollywood Undead finally responded recently about Deuce’s departure from the group in late 2010. Watch the video after the jump to find out what the reasoning was.

Take Action Tour bands announced

It has been exclusively revealed from Alt.Press that Silverstein and Bayside will co-headline the Hopeless Records’ Take Action Tour. Joining both of these acts will be support from Polar Bear Club, the Swellers and Texas In July.

Owl City revises Taylor Swift

Owl City has been creepin‘ on Taylor Swift. Click here to stream a revised cover of T. Swift’s “Enchanted,” which comes complete with lyrics directed toward the young songstress. Adam Young, this is not playing it smooth.

Soupy’s essential pop punk records

The Wonder Years’ vocalist, Dan “Soupy” Campbell, recently revealed his top 5 essential pop punk records. See who made the cut, after the jump!

Call It Fiction post new song

Fans of up and coming pop rock should click here to stream a new song from Call It Fiction.

Happy Birthday Henry Rollins!

Punk legend Henry Rollins turns 50 today. Happy Birthday Henry!

Review: Wolves At The Gate – We Are The Ones

Ohio’s Wolves At The Gate may still be fresh faces to the national music scene, but their bound to be on everyone’s ipod soon. Click through to find out why!


On the last night of the Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour, UTG TV caught up with Texas In July to discuss touring, recording, and how their new album might catch some fans off guard.

STREAM: Pusha T – “My God”

The first track off Pusha T’s upcoming mixtape, Fear Of God, has arrived. Click through to stream “My God,” NOW!

Review: They Had Faces Then – 1977

Sometimes, the best rock bands are spawned out of beautiful simplicity instead of the normal relentless brutality. Case in point: They Had Faces Then. Click through to learn about their new EP, 1977, and stream a song from the album!