Archive for February 5th, 2014


Stream Polar’s New Album, ‘Shadowed By Vultures’

Some of my favorite hardcore and metalcore artists have come out of the UK or Europe as of late, and one of my recent favorites are Polar. They are a four piece hardcore outfit hailing from Surrey, England. Their album, Shadowed By Vultures, will be hitting stores February 10 via In At The Deep End. […]

The Jezabels

The Jezabels Premiere “No Country”

The more I hear from The Jezabels, the more I adore them. So far the band has released a handful of singles from their upcoming album, The Brink, and today they added another song to that list. They partnered up with Rolling Stone to premiere “No Country.” You can check it out here, or right […]

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alekhina, Yekaterina Samutsevic

Watch Pussy Riot’s Interview With Colbert

Three of the members of Pussy Riot were arrested back in 2012 for “hooliganism” and sent to serve time in Russian prison. One was released shortly after her arrest, and the other two served a majority of their sentences. They are all free women now, and have been spending their freedom fighting even harder for […]


STREAM: Issues – “The Settlement”

Yesterday Issues premiered a new single off their forthcoming debut album, titled “Mad At Myself.” Earlier today the group released yet another song from the album, which is titled “The Settlement.” You can check it out by taking a look below the jump. “The Settlement” is the heaviest track released to date, and fans will […]

Punk Goes 90s

‘Punk Goes 90s’ Tracklist Revealed

Fans of the Punk Goes… series have been anxiously waiting to find out the official tracklist for their latest installment. Punk Goes 90s Vol 2 is set to be released April 1, and now the tracklist for the album has been released. The list includes covers by Asking Alexandria, The Ghost Inside, Ice Nine Kills […]

Warren Franklin

Warren Franklin Releases New EP For Free

While he may not have the name recognition of Into It. Over It.’s Evan Weiss, Warren Franklin is as deeply ingrained in midwest emo as anyone you’re likely to meet. Hailing from Rockford, Illinois, the singer-songwriter has released two excellent LPs of acoustic guitar-driven emo-folk, along with playing in Joie de Vivre, Parker, and (on […]


Nick Cannon Developing ‘Drumline’ Sequel for VH1

Say what you will about his current level of celebrity, but a decade ago Nick Cannon was on top of the world. When Drumline arrived in theaters I was a freshman in high school marching band and literally every person in my class thought Cannon was the best thing since the late-90s resurgence of boy […]


Netflix Confirms Third Season of ‘House of Cards’

Political dramas are a hot commodity in the world of entertainment these days, and Netflix is taking steps to ensure their top dog stays in the pen a while longer. House Of Cards established Netflix as a true competitor in the world of original entertainment. Though no numbers were ever released, the fandom for the […]

Seahaven 2013

Seahaven Release New Song, “Flesh”

On March 25, Seahaven fans will finally get to hear the long-awaited follow-up to 2011’s Winter Forever. The Torrance, California band have already highlighted the softer side of Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only on the layered, yearning “Silhouette (Latin Skin),” so they elected to show their edge on the album’s second single, “Flesh.” This […]


Motley Crue Plan To Continue Recording After ‘Final’ Tour

The show must go on (even if the live element does not). The members of Motley Crue have been doing a lot of press since the late-January announcements of their ‘Final’ tour. Not many of these interviews have made national headlines, but comments from Vince Neil during a recent conversation with 93.3 KDKB in Phoenix […]

knuckle puck

Knuckle Puck Premiere New Song, Announce Split With Neck Deep

The Chicago suburbs have a long history of churning out excellent pop punk bands, and the last year has shown that Knuckle Puck are more than capable of carrying the torch for the area. Their latest EP, The Weight That You Buried, caught the attention of pop punk fans everywhere with its high energy and […]

Lily and the Tigers

UTG Premiere: Lily And The Tigers – “Beaumont”

There is a beauty in folk music that I am not sure can be found anywhere else in music. It’s an intangible force that brings together the most different of souls through simple lyrics about life and love that many believe has the power to change lives. The best folk artists know how to tap […]