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Hawthorne Heights Will Headline Emo Block Party

There’s one last party in the Sunshine State this year, and it’s going to be pretty emo. Emo Social, run by Dashboard Confessional drummer Chris Kamrada, announced a packed line-up to grace the Florida lands. The event goes down on December 16 at Wall Street Plaza in Orlando, FL, and boasts an emo legend act and trending pop-punk and alternative artists. Ohio emos Hawthorne Heights are scheduled to headline the show. Supporting acts include 408, Capstan, “emo trash” FELICITY, Greyson Zane, and Twin Rova. Plus, there will also be guest DJs throughout the event. Hawthorne Heights recently wrapped their Emo… Read more »


Fall Out Boy To Share Unheard Demos For ‘Take This To Your Grave’ Anniversary

Legendary rock band, Fall Out Boy has announced a limited edition 20th anniversary physical releases of their debut album Take This to Your Grave in partnership with Fueled By Ramen. The collection will hit shelves and streaming services on December 15th of this year. The record was originally released on May 6, 2003…are we old, yet? It is home to many legendary tracks from the group like “Chicago Is So Two Years Ago“, “Dead On Arrival” and of course, the fan favorite track “Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy Tonight”which has recently been certified Platinum by the RIAA. This physical release will include a vinyl… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Announce Forthcoming Demos Record ‘Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes’

Following the release of their two new singles from the summer, as well as a recent band documentary, L.S. Dunes is releasing a forthcoming demos record Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes. The LP will feature eleven demo tracks of their original Past Lives songs, giving listeners a look at how the modern rock quintet built their major debut record. Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes will be out November 10, and is currently available for pre-order on the L.S. Dunes merch store and Fantasy Records’ official store. Giving fans a taste of what’s to come, the band released their demo of… Read more »


Knuckle Puck Gets Emotional On “Losing What We Love”

It’s hard to say goodbye to the past and focus on the future. Whether this means letting go of a toxic relationship or moving on from what’s comfortable, change can be scary. However, this fear makes us realize that a situation is worth changing. Knuckle Puck is tackling these complex emotions head-on with their new single, “Losing What We Love.” The title track introduces fans to the sonic experience fans will have on their forthcoming LP, which drops October 20 via Pure Noise Records. Done with sugarcoating life’s highs and inevitable lows, the pop-punk band taps into an honest new… Read more »

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