Archive for April 29th, 2015

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Lionfight Bassist Posts Racist Rant On Facebook, Internet Responds

UPDATE 4/30: Lionfight have released a new statement announcing the exit of Bryan Patrick Cole and apologizing to fans. You can find the full statement at the end of this post. ORIGINAL POST: The riots taking place in Baltimore this week have captivated the world at large. Everywhere you turn someone has an opinion to […]

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Deftones Announce New Album To Be Released In September

While recently visiting this past weekend’s edition of BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter, Deftones frontman Chino Moreno commented that the band’s new album would be released on September 25. During his visit to BBC 1, Moreno had this to say about the direction of the album: “The record, as far as […]

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Well Kept Things Announce New Tour Dates

Buffalo’s Well Kept Things have announced a short run of four dates in support of their upcoming EP, Homegrown. The tour is sponsored by our good friends at Quiet Fire Media and Antique Records and takes place from June 25 through June 28 in Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois. Hopefully, the band will hit the rest of the country […]

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Rich Homie Quan Releases New Mixtape ‘If You Ever Think I Will Stop Goin’ In Ask Royal Rich’

Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan, possibly best known as one-third of the current incarnation of Rich Gang along with Birdman and Young Thug, has dropped a new mixtape called If You Ever Think I Will Stop Goin’ In Ask Royal Rich. The new tape, hosted by DJ Fresh, serves as a sequel to 2013’s I Promise […]

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Earl Sweatshirt Unveils ‘Solace,’ Dedicated To His Mother

A little over a month ago, Odd Future recording artist Earl Sweatshirt unveiled a new album, called I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside; the direct follow-up to his widely-acclaimed debut record, Doris, from 2013. The new record peaked at #12 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart and #4 on the hip-hop chart, rising one spot above […]

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Senses Fail Release Disconcerting Music Video For “The Importance Of The Moment Of Death”

In November of last year, New Jersey post-hardcore outfit Senses Fail announced that they will be entering the studio and releasing Pull The Thorns From Your Heart, their impending sixth studio album, some time this summer. Lead singer Buddy Nielsen describes the effort as “the complete documentation of my transformative spiritual experience from the darkness to […]

Turnover 2015

Turnover Stream New LP ‘Peripheral Vision’

Turnover are set to release their sophomore LP, Peripheral Vision, on May 4. With the release a little under a week away, Billboard is streaming the entire LP in full. Produced by Will Yip, Peripheral Vision features top notch production, songwriting, and atmosphere. Though the album tends to suffer from moments of similarity, many of […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Finders Keepers’ Is Documentary Gold

Film: Finders Keepers Starring: Shannon Whisnant, John Wood Directed by: Bryan Carberry, Clay Tweel During a storage locker auction in 2007, a man named Shannon Whisnant purchased a smoker with hopes of possibly selling it for a profit in the near future. When he arrived home, he discovered a severed human foot inside the lid, […]

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REVIEW: Alesana – ‘Confessions’

Artist: Alesana Album: Confessions Genre: Post Hardcore Label: Revival Recordings I have been listening to Alesana since high school. I’ve had their songs in my music library for nearly as long as they’ve been a band. While my music taste has changed over the years, Alesana still hold a special place in my heart. As […]

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Our Last Night Stream New Single, “Home”

If you follow Our Last Night on any of their social media pages, then you probably already know that they band has been recording new music. Well they are finally ready to share some of what they’ve been working on with their fans. The band has released a music video for their brand new single, […]