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REVIEW: Bear Hands take risks on ‘You’ll Pay For This’

Artist: Bear Hands Album: You’ll Pay For This Genre: Indie Rock, Experimental Label: Spensive Sounds Bear Hands is one of those rare acts that have spent their trajectory making sure that each record is slightly different from the last rather than only purporting that it is. “Giants,” off 2014’s Distraction, which became their first breakthrough single […]

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Despised Icon sign to Nuclear Blast, announce first album in seven years

Deathcore fans have a reason to rejoice as Canadian band Despised Icon has announced that they will be releasing their upcoming fifth studio album (their first since 2009’s Day Of Mourning), titled Beast, through Nuclear Blast sometime this summer. The band has already released an album teaser which you can check out below. According to […]

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Deftones release abstract music video for “Prayers/Triangles”

In support of the release of their latest album, Gore (which we thoroughly enjoyed), Deftones have released a new music video for “Prayers/Triangles.” The video is utterly colorful, giving it an almost psychedelic feel, and gets very literal with the theme of triangles as the band plays in the background. We also get black and […]

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PVRIS announce support for North American headlining tour

PVRIS has announced its tour support for their first North American headlining tour, due to kick off May 11 in Nashville. Indie rockers Lydia and CRUISR will tour alongside PVRIS on all dates, with Beach Weather and Polyenso playing on select dates. Beach Weather will join the first half of the tour (May 11 – […]

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1ST VOWS surprise fans by playing Envy On The Coast tracks during encore set

It’s not exactly a reunion, nor are there definite plans for Long Island post-hardcore five-piece Envy On The Coast to reunite for the time being; however, two former members who have since formed 1ST VOWS gave fans a treat during their encore set in New York City earlier this week by performing EOTC tracks “The […]

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So What?! Music Festival to return in the Fall

Good news for those who weren’t able to attend So What?! Music Festival in Dallas, Texas last month, and even better news for those who did. Third String Festivals announced its second Fall edition of So What?! Music Festival which will be happening on October 22 and 23. A limited amount of early bird two-day […]

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Drake drops two new tracks from upcoming album ‘Views From The 6’

Drake has released two more tracks from his hotly anticipated album, Views From The 6, featuring a variety of high-profiled acts. The songs are currently available through Apple Music. In the trap-inspired track “Pop Style,” Jay Z and Kanye West make an appearance, marking it as their first joint appearance since their 2011 collaborative album […]

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Good Charlotte ride the nostalgia train on new single “40 oz. Dream”

Good Charlotte made their official return to the pop-punk scene with the lead single, “Makeshift Love,” off their upcoming album, Youth Authority, due out on July 15. Now they’re sounding as rejuvenated and mellow as ever with the album’s second single, “40 oz. Dream.” “40 oz. Dream” touches on the band’s formation and rise to […]

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Boyfrndz go on boozy sci-fi adventure in “Ghosted” music video

If you’re looking for a music video with adventure, crazy creatures and plenty of booze, look no further than Austin trio Boyfrndz‘s new video for “Ghosted” (via Noisey). At first glance, it’s a parody of sci-fi films, showcasing what Captain Underpants might look like as an adult, with laser eyes combating evil. It’s like a […]

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Director John Carpenter streams sequel to ‘Lost Themes’

Film director John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live, The Thing) is streaming his latest solo album, Lost Themes II (via NPR Music), and it stays true to his horror persona. Lost Themes II is the follow-up to last year’s first solo effort, Lost Themes, in which Carpenter recorded with contributions from his son Cody and composer […]

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Givers get trippy in “Bermuda” music video

Indie-pop group Givers recently released a video for “Bermuda” in support of their latest album, New Kingdom, which was released last November through Glassnote Records. Warning: the video’s trippy nature paired with vocalist’s Tiffany Lamson’s pupil-less eyes may or may not cause some headaches. If you can get past that, the video—directed by Emma Kanter […]

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Aesop Rock brings the feels in new music video for “Blood Sandwich”

Aesop Rock wants you to get inside his head, and damn it, he does it with ease in his new music video for “Blood Sandwich.” The Rob Shaw-directed visuals are set inside a barn where the rapper watches old footage of his brothers on a projector and reflects on his relationships with them. It provides a […]