Archive for September 21st, 2013

NEW SINGLE: Anberlin – “City Electric”

One of the few brand new singles off Anberlin‘s upcoming deluxe reissue, Devotion: Vital Special Edition, is titled “City Electric.” It’s one of a handful of new tracks speckled throughout the mountain of remixes, demos and b-sides which are on the tracklist for the release. Yesterday exclusively premiered “City Electric,” and if you haven’t […]

Daniel Radcliffe To Play Freddie Mercury In Biopic?

According to an article by NME, Daniel Racliffe has been offered to play Freddie Mercury in an upcoming biopic as Sacha Baron Cohen decided to turn down the role. There’s no confirmation as to whether or not the actor has accepted the job yet, but the screenwriter Peter Morgan claimed the movie most likely won’t […]

Stream Pusha T’s ‘My Name Is My Name’ Song Clips

If you haven’t decided if you want to purchase Pusha T‘s upcoming album, My Name Is My Name, yet, then maybe this will help you make up your mind. Thanks to XXL, you can now stream short clips of every track off the album, which are available by taking a look below the jump. My […]

Beneath The Sky Releasing New Album, Premiere Demo Track

Beneath The Sky have essentially been on hiatus since they released their last album in 2010. They have played shows here and there, and in the last year have become more active. Over the last week or so they have been teasing some new updates. About a week ago the band confirmed they were writing […]

Breakdown Of Sanity Premiere New Song

The Switzerland based five piece metal outfit known as Breakdown Of Sanity will be releasing their next album, Perception, on October 18. Today they premiered the first single from the album, which is titled “Blind.” You can stream the track by taking a look below. This band is one of my favorite unsigned metal acts, […]

LISTEN: More Than Life – “Do You Remember…”

In 2010, More Than Life established themselves as one of the most potent hardcore bands in the scene with their first full-length, Love Let Me Go. An enormous amount of desire for new music from the group continued to grow following the release of their debut as one would expect, but as the question of […]

Mumford And Sons Announce Hiatus

Last night Mumford And Sons completed the final performance of their long-running world tour efforts in support of Babel. The album, which opened atop Billboard with the biggest single week sales for an independent release in over a decade, has now been in stores for over a year, leaving many to wonder what the four […]


Movie: Prisoners Director: Dennis Villeneuve Writer: Aaron Guzikowski Studio: Alcon Entertainment, 8:38 Productions, Madhouse Entertainment  Some plot devices seem played out. How many movies about a kid getting kidnapped have there been over the years? Hundreds? Thousands? Who knows, but it is a lot. Hell, I reviewed a kidnapping movie just a couple weeks ago. It seems like a […]