Archive for November 15th, 2012


Tom Hardy Cast In ‘Splinter Cell’ Movie

Not even a month after Michael Fassbender was cast as the lead in the Assassin’s Creed adaptation and Wreck-It Ralph became the highest rated video game movie ever made (suck it, The Wizard), Variety reports that Inception and The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy has been cast as Sam Fisher in the long-delayed film adaptation of Tom Clancy’s […]

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Meek Mill and Cassidy Feud On Twitter; Cassidy Releases Diss Track

MMG’s Meek Mill took to the Twitterverse last night to deliver some choice words to fellow Philly rapper Cassidy. As you can guess, Cassidy did not handle the smack talk well, and now we have what could easily become a lengthy (somewhat silly) story beginning to unfold. Instead of trying to interpret what exactly went […]


REVIEW: The Guru – Go Easy

Artist: The Guru Album: Go Easy Label: Seagreen Records Genre: Funk / Indie Rock Most modern scene music is sad. It’s mostly emo music or music based around some form of punk rock, laced with emotions, with typical lyrics about break ups and heart break and ex-girlfriends and angst. Connecticut’s The Guru are not without […]

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Balance And Composure Announce First Headlining Tour

Balance And Composure have been an opening act on some very impressive tours over the last few years, including recently opening on the Violent Waves Tour for Circa Survive. However, this time it’s B&C’s turn to play the headliner, announcing their first ever full US headlining tour kicking off in late January. The tour will […]


No Sleep Records Welcomes Long Lost

Chris Hansen of No Sleep Records is one of the hardest working people in the DIY music scene, and the growth of the label over the last year is extremely impressive. Over the course of the past few months, No Sleep has welcomed a wide variety of new bands to the label, including just yesterday […]

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Voices And Vessels Looking For New Guitarist/Clean Vocalist

Voices And Vessels announced today that they have officially parted ways with their guitarist/clean vocalist Cody. With that little bit of news they have also announced that they are now looking for someone to replace him (to play the guitar and sing the lead vocals). Read their statement below the jump about what they are […]

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HOLY SH!T: Nine Minute ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Prologue To Debut in 3D IMAX Before ‘The Hobbit’

Well played, Peter Jackson. You somehow found a way to guarantee nerds around the world pay as much as possible to see your latest film, and really, I have to hand it to you. Today it was announced that Paramount Pictures will debut a nine minute prologue to Star Trek Into Darkness on 500 IMAX […]


STREAM: Candy Hearts’ Full Set at The Fest 11

Chad Gilbert’s recent Violently Happy signees, Candy Hearts, are streaming their entire set from The Fest 11 in Gainesville, Florida. Whereas Mariel Loveland’s vocals get lost within the music, which is certainly a sound booth issue, the sound quality of the video is fairly clear and captures the energy of Candy Hearts’ live show anyway. Check […]

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WATCH: Pierce The Veil W/ Jenna McDougall (Tonight Alive) – “Hold On Till May” (Acoustic)

Pierce the Veil‘s Vic Funtes and Tonight Alive‘s Jenna McDougall paired up to perform a gripping acoustic rendition of “Hold On Till May”, a fan favorite from the band’s critically acclaimed third full length album, Collide With The Sky. Pierce the Veil is currently on the west coast of the US for their final stint […]

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Triple Crown Records Reissuing Kevin Devine’s ‘Split The Country, Split The Street’

Kevin Devine‘s 2005 album, Split The Country, Split The Street, is being reissued as a deluxe LP by Triple Crown Records. The reissue’s layout will be reformatted, come with additional material and will be available on double vinyl for the first time ever. It will also feature liner notes from Kevin Devine and Matt Pinfield. […]


MUSIC VIDEO: The Cab – “Endlessly”

The Cab have released their video for the fan favorite single, “Endlessly.” The clip was teased on MTV last week, and I thought they may have the debut, but it seems the group wanted to ease access for their fans worldwide and took the self release route at the end of the day. You can […]

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WATCH: Kevin Devine – “Between The Concrete And Clouds” (Acoustic)

Indie rock songwriter Kevin Devine is an artist in his own right, one half of Bad Books, and also the brother of my favorite sportswriter. He recently did an acoustic performance sponsored by Corona Extra in which he plays his song “Between the Concrete and Clouds.” It’s the title track off his most recent album, […]