Archive for August 1st, 2014

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Gabe Saporta is Working On New Music

We all got what we had been wanting for years: a Midtown reunion. It was short lived, and not very extravagant, but hey, it happened. Skate & Surf got it. Maybe it will happen again. But who knows? Now that that is all over, it appears that the frontman Gabe Saporta is working on new […]

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Stray From The Path Announce October Headlining Tour

This coming October, Stray from the Path will be taking their politically charged show on the road in the form of an 18-date headlining tour. Counterparts, Expire, and My Ticket Home will be offering their support throughout the duration of the run, which is presently set to begin on the 8th in Harrisburg, PA. If […]

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Yellowcard Tease New Album Slated For Fall Release

It’s been a rollercoaster of a year for Yellowcard. Back in March, the group parted ways with their longtime drummer Longineu Parsons III, and shortly thereafter called upon Nate Young of Anberlin to fill in. Not deterred, the Jacksonville five-piece has since signed to Razor & Tie Records, with hopes of releasing their eleventh studio […]

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Slipknot Unleash “The Negative One”

Today’s news has been a long time coming for Slipknot fans as they’ve sat back and waited to hear something from Corey Taylor and company since the release of All Hope Is Gone over five years ago. With the release of multiple teasers hinting towards new music over the past few weeks, the nu-metal outfit […]

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Like Statues Launch “Day One” Music Video

After recently inking a deal with music management and booking company called The Sights Set North Agency, Michigan hardcore band, Like Statues, have launched a brand new music video today for their track titled “Day One.” The video features footage of the band performing in a garage-like setting, giving the visuals a gritty, DIY-like feel. […]

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REVIEW: 5 Seconds Of Summer – ‘5 Seconds Of Summer’

Artist: 5 Seconds of Summer Album: 5 Seconds Of Summer Genre: Pop rock Every few years a band comes along with a sound that caters to both the mainstream and alternative underground, but due to how they choose to market themselves certain ‘scene gatekeepers’ refuse to acknowledge the group’s work as anything other than radio […]

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Alvvays Take To The Sea In “Archie, Marry Me” Video

As evinced by James Rettig over on Stereogum, there’s a lot of steering into the skid with Alvvays and the video for “Archie, Marry Me.” Their new self-titled album, out on Polyvinyl, is all about the consistent, omnipresent aesthetic and buying into its earnest execution. It works quite well on that album, and it works […]

Limp-Bizkit

Limp Bizkit Have Released What May Very Well Be The Worst Rock Song of 2014

Listen, internet. There is a part of me that will forever love Limp Bizkit, and try as some might there is nothing you or anyone else can do to change that fact. That said, the group that gave us “Nookie” and “Break Stuff” are testing the faith of their supporters today with the release of […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’

Film: Guardians Of The Galaxy Directed by: James Gunn Starring: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, We need to get some things out of the way before we start this review. The current cinema is completely oversaturated with superhero/comic book films. Most of them are the same; every hero is getting their own movie, all of which […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Get On Up’

Film: Get On Up Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Nelsan Ellis, Dan Aykroyd Directed by: Tate Taylor Chadwick Boseman, who previously played Jackie Robinson in 2013’s 42, nails down James Brown’s eccentric presence in an otherwise generic biopic that loses its groove while jumping between big moments in the legendary musician’s life. Get On Up plays like […]

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‘Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle’ 10 Years Later: Still High After All This Time

In the summer of 2004 I was seventeen and living a life that could best be described as straight edge. It’s not that I lived in a world thriving with drugs and alcohol that I fought daily to avoid. On the contrary, I came up in a modest, middle class household in a tiny rural […]

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Speedy Ortiz Unveil Video For “American Horror,” Extend Tour

Speedy Ortiz has kept busy since the internet at large took notice of them. Since the break of Major Arcana, the band has followed with the Real Hair EP earlier this year and the Adult Swim Singles Series submission “Bigger Party.” The band has released a Peter Binswager-directed, Pitchfork-premiered video steeped with animation in the imagination. We’re taken on […]