Archive for January 6th, 2014

Set To Reflect

Check Out Set To Reflect’s New Single, “With A Wooden Face”

We’re a little over a week away from the official release date of Set To Reflect‘s debut album, Artificial Sun. To get fans pumped for the impending release, their label premiered another new single from it. The song is titled “With A Wooden Face,” and it’s available for streaming below the jump. “With A Wooden […]


Chromeo Premiere New Single And Announce Tour Dates

Chromeo continue to tease fans about the long-awaited follow up to their 2010 album, Business Casual. The upcoming album, White Women, is expected to be released later this year. In the meantime, the band has been dropping singles from it, and earlier today premiered a new song. The song is titled “Come Alive,” and it […]


Watch The Official Trailer For ‘Reminiscence: The Beginning’

Black hole theories, parallel dimensions, creepy faceless women. All of this and more can be found in the upcoming indie horror film titled Reminiscence: The Beginning. In the movie, a Slovak physicist, named Miska, had been working on the connection between black hole theories and their connection with the magnetic fields in space. She determines […]

Bella Muerte

ACOUSTIC STREAM: Bella Muerte – “Oh! The Horror”

Bella Muerte are a four piece electronic post hardcore outfit hailing from Kansas City, Kansas. They’ve released a number of singles in the years they’ve been together, and they’ve recently premiered an acoustic rendition of one of their songs released last summer. The song is titled “Oh! The Horror,” and you can watch the video […]


Drummer Of The Ghost Inside Confirms New Album Is On The Way

Earlier this evening, Andrew Tkaczyk, drummer of the L.A. hardcore act The Ghost Inside, announced via Twitter that the group is heading to Orlando, Florida to begin tracking what will be their fourth full-length album. You can view said tweet for yourself by following the jump. This forthcoming release will act as a follow-up to […]

blink vinyl feat

VINYL REVIEW: Blink-182 – Blink-182 (Hot Topic Exclusive)

Artist: Blink-182 Album: Blink-182 Label: Geffen Records Original release date: November 18, 2003 I think it’s safe to say that Blink-182 was my first favorite band. Not only their music, but their personality as a group spoke to me as a pre-teen and teenager with an unequivocal desire to be more outspoken and extroverted. My […]

You Blew It! 2013

You Blew It! Stream New Album

Florida’s You Blew It! have been at the crest of the emo wave since the release of their Topshelf Records debut, Grow Up, Dude, in 2012. For the follow-up, the group turned to producer Evan Weiss, the mastermind behind Into It. Over It. and a slew of other projects, and the results are stunning. Keep […]

wild feathers

The Wild Feathers Announce 2014 Winter Headlining Tour

After seeing their careers take off in 2013, The Wild Feathers have announced plans to kickoff 2014 with their first winter headlining tour. Including more than twenty performances between late January and early March, the first touring effort from The Wild Feathers of the new year will find the Nashville-based group exploring the entire US. […]

Chelsea Grin

Chelsea Grin Confirm Title For Upcoming Album

Chelsea Grin recently hit the studio to record their third full length album. They premiered a new single last month titled “Letters,” and now they’ve finally confirmed the title of their forthcoming album. It’s titled Ashes To Ashes, and it’s expected to be released this June via Artery Recordings. No other details have been released […]


Edgar Wright Hints At ‘Ant-Man’ Plot Details

Director Edgar Wright, famous for his work directing Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End, has teased some information related to his upcoming film, Ant-Man. As the title explains, Wright’s Marvel film will center on the hero Ant-Man, who, by his own invention, is able to increase and decrease his size, as […]


MUSIC VIDEO: Rebuker – “Death & Taxes”

For those who aren’t familiar with Rebuker, here’s your chance to right that wrong by checking out the Georgia hardcore outfit’s brand new music video for “Death & Taxes” after the jump. Featuring live footage from multiple shows (including a clip of their manager, ex-The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin, joining them on stage), the visuals […]


Reasonable Remakes: ‘WarGames’

After being laid to rest in the middle of 2013, Reasonable Remakes has been resurrected from the internet archives for a new series of editorials in 2014. Written by Justin Proper, this column examines the potential for reboot glory possessed by films you may or may not remember from years past. Everything below is purely hypothetical […]