Archive for February 6th, 2015

Dance Gavin Dance

Dance Gavin Dance Announce Details For New Album, ‘Instant Gratification’

Fans have known for some time that Dance Gavin Dance were planning on releasing a new album. Now the time has come for the band to finally announce some of the details for the album. Instant Gratification, which is going to be their sixth full-length effort, will hit stores April 14 via Rise Records. Pre-order […]

Ice Nine Kills

Ice Nine Kills Release ’50s-Inspired Music Video For “The Fastest Way To A Girl’s Heart Is Through Her Ribcage”

A little over a year ago Ice Nine Kills released their third full-length album, The Predator Becomes The Prey. Since the release of the album the band has toured extensively, including taking part in last year’s Vans Warped Tour. Now that the group is on a break before they head out on the road with […]

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Rotting Out Debut Hard-Hitting Music Video For “Born”

Hardcore outfit Rotting Out are always the front runners when displaying a raw and energetic show, as I’ve been lucky enough to witnessed myself. With the release of their debut album The Wrong Way in 2013, the Los Angeles quintet were given more exposure with their hectic live show as they supported the release across […]

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‘Cabaret,’ A Perfectly Marvelous Show

Though my knowledge of Broadway doesn’t exceed the popular shows running New York City, I know what I enjoy and why I like it. Since kindergarten, I’ve been blasting the exuberant soundtrack to Mamma Mia!, and in elementary school the friendship of Glinda and Elphaba in Wicked warmed my heart. Now, most recently, the infectious […]

CHON

CHON Announce Debut Album, ‘Grow’

Budding prog-rock four-piece CHON will release their debut album, Grow, on March 23 via their new label, Sumerian Records. Pre-orders go on sale this coming Friday, February 13. Later this spring, the San Diego quartet will join Circa Survive and Balance and Composure for a hefty nationwide trek — head here to view a full itinerary. […]

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UTG PREMIERE: Cautioners – “Spineless”

New York-based punk rock band Cautioners are writing music that is both abrasive and melodic — catchy and powerful. The band, which is set to release their debut LP Dead Ends on March 24, contain just the right amount of poise to be the next best thing to come out of the alternative scene. The […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Jupiter Ascending’ Is Silly, Gorgeous, And Fun

Film: Jupiter Ascending Directed by: Andy & Lana Wachowski Starring: Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Eddie Redmayne There once lived a little girl named Jupiter who was destined for bigger and better things. One day her gravity boots-wearing Prince showed up to- wait a second; this sounds like every trope beaten to death in the most […]

hyperview

REVIEW: Title Fight – ‘Hyperview’

Artist: Title Fight Album: Hyperview Label: ANTI- Hyperview will cause a divide, as it should. You can attempt to deduce where the sonic change came from all you want, whether it be “Head In The Ceiling Fan,” “Lefty,” “In-between,” or anything Title Fight has done recently, but what really matters is what Hyperview isn’t, and […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Voices’ Blends Murder, Comedy, And Mental Illness With Mixed Results

Film: The Voices Starring: Ryan Reynolds Directed By: Marjane Satrapi Part black comedy, part cautionary tale of untreated mental disease, The Voices is an uneven murderous romp carried almost entirely by its star. Ryan Reynolds stars as Jerry, a seemingly mild-mannered factory worker living above an abandoned bowling alley somewhere in middle America. Jerry appears […]