Archive for April 29th, 2014


LISTEN: Coldplay – “A Sky Full of Stars”

Coldplay debuted five songs so far from their new album, Ghost Stories, slated for release on May 19. Today, they bring us another in the form of “A Sky Full of Stars.” “A Sky Full of Stars,” produced by EDM artist Avicii, is the second single from the record that you can pre-order on CD […]

Andrew Jackson Jihad Christmas Island

Andrew Jackson Jihad Stream ‘Christmas Island’ In Full

Even though Andrew Jackson Jihad are releasing their fifth studio album next week, there’s certainly a possibility you haven’t heard of them before (or their previous work, at the very least). If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience their music yet, then today is the perfect time to dive right in. Their album is […]



Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Jim Gaffigan’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

Pillow Talk

Pillow Talk Stream New EP, ‘Recreational Feelings’

Pillow Talk has been on my radar ever since I first heard their track “Thinking Of You,” over at AbsolutePunk. Reminding me of The Cure, Balance and Composure, Citizen, Daylight, and a lot more, I soon became excited to hear what other blends of indie-rock the band could emanate. Thankfully I will have to wait […]


Beartooth Unveil Blistering New Single, “Dead”

I was first introduced to Beartooth towards the end of last year, and almost instantly fell in love with their expert ability to blend bone-crushing brutality and radio-ready hooks. Fronted by the multitalented Caleb Shomo, the five-piece have wasted no time carving out a name for themselves in a genre otherwise permeated by copycats and look-alikes. […]


REVIEW: Frameworks – ‘Loom’

Artist: Frameworks Album: Loom Genre: Post-Hardcore/Screamo/Emo Label: Topshelf Records Each day, the lines that separate one genre from the next become more and more blurred. As musicians from all walks of life attempt to make their mark on history, borders are stretched in the pursuit of originality, and though this creative conquest can sometimes yield […]


‘Julia’ Trailer: Rape And Revenge On The Streets Of NYC

Rape and revenge films are a hard subgenre of horror for many people to handle. It’s one thing to put someone in a compromising position, but it’s another to base the central premise of your story on someone (usually a homely-yet-pretty white girl) being brutally raped by one or more men. It’s grisly and dark […]


Adam Sandler And Kevin James Will Battle Video Game Characters In ‘Pixels’

Adam Sandler has been striking out left and right at the box office in recent years, and to be perfectly honest his upcoming comedy Blended does not seem poised to do much to change that trend. In 2015, however, he might finally strike gold once more as he and Kevin James prepare to face off […]

It Dies Today

It Dies Today Release New Song, Announce ‘The Caitiff Choir’ Anniversary Shows

It Dies Today’s debut album The Caitiff Choir was one of the most popular metalcore albums released during the genre’s mid-2000s heyday, landing the band on the second stage of Ozzfest 2005 alongside the likes of Killswitch Engage and As I Lay Dying. But original vocalist Nick Brooks left the band shortly after the release […]

Star Wars

‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Cast Revealed

After months of hype and too many internet rumors for any site to possibly stay on top of, the studio behind Star Wars: Episode VII has finally revealed the lead cast for the upcoming film. Actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow will join the […]

trophy scars

MUSIC VIDEO: Trophy Scars – “Archangel”

Trophy Scars are set to release their excellent new album, Holy Vacants, on May 6. The album’s latest single, the bluesy, progressive “Archangel,” recently received the music video treatment, and you can check out the clip after the break courtesy of Brooklyn Vegan. Much like the song, which plays a crucial role in the album’s […]


Masked Intruder To Stick Up Venues Near You This Summer

Masked Intruder‘s wildly energetic live show and twin themes of burglary and unrequited love thrust them into the spotlight following the release of their debut full-length in 2012. The follow-up, simply titled M.I., is due out May 27. While we’ve yet to hear a song from the record, we can rest assured that the subsequent […]