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Militarie Gun Teams Up With Manchester Orchestra On Reimagined Single


Militarie Gun has teamed up with Manchester Orchestra to rework their track, “My Friends Are Having A Hard Time.” The collaboration is off of the fast-rising Los Angeles group’s incoming EP, Life Under The Sun, and comes out on January 26 via Loma Vista. The collection is comprised of five tracks plus features Bully’s Alicia Bognanno, Mannequin Pussy, and a NOFX cover. Read more: So What?! Music Fest Announces Lineup Featuring Underoath, Skillet, & More Everyone needs some East Coast emo edge, and the union between both acts highlights the versatility of Militarie Gun. The indie rockers break down the… Read more »

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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 »

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Hawthorne Heights Drop Orchestral Rendition of “The Storm”


At first glance, the thought of setting emo bangers to orchestral strings doesn’t sound real. How could the soothing nature of classical music ever match up to the angst and grit of the Warped Tour scene? However, this juxtaposition creates the most magical blend of emotionally charged lyrics and dynamic instrumentation. Hawthorne Heights experiments with this theatrical sound on an orchestral rendition of their latest single, “The Storm,” pulled from their freshly released EP, Lost Light, which dropped last month. Celebrating their current tour with Emo Orchestra, the new version paints Hawthorne Heights’ authentically emo-punk sound in a new and… Read more »

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Manchester Orchestra announce tour with Kevin Devine, Balance and Composure


Manchester Orchestra will head out on tour in April with Kevin Devine and Balance and Composure.  Tickets are available now here. Yesterday the band released the track “Top Notch” and are now giving it away for free on their website. There you will also find pre-orders for their upcoming album COPE. You can see the full list of tour dates below. APRIL 17 – Tampa, FL – The Ritz 18 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution 19 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues Orlando 21 – Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston 22 – Austin, TX – Emo’s… Read more »

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Lostprophets Ready To Start Something Orchestral With Second LP


The Lostprophets titled their second album Start Something for two reasons. One was to motivate people out of complacency. “We spent the last three years touring and meeting loads of people who were like, ‘I’d love to do this and that,’ but they never had the drive to get up off their asses and do it,” explained singer Ian Watkins. “Start something. Start anything.” The title’s other meaning reflects the band’s feeling that Start Something is their first musical step, despite releasing their debut album three years ago. They’re neither trying to ignore 2001’s The Fake Sound of Progress nor… Read more »

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Liquid Death Turns Backlash Into Bangers With Compilation Album


Liquid Death is back at it again. The tongue-in-cheek water brand, known for its creative marketing strategies, just dropped the compilation of the summer. Greatest Hates Volume 3 is a 10-track collection of bangers with lyrics written entirely by the company’s internet haters. Juxtaposing their negative comments with 80s-inspired arrangements, the record is just as danceable as it is hilarious.  Marking Liquid Death’s third Greatest Hates compilation record, the brand invited artists such as Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray, Frank Iero of My Chemical Romance, and Kayleigh Goldsworthy to bring their hate comments to life through song. Skateboarding icon Tony… Read more »

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Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties Announce U.S. & UK Tour Dates


Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties are ready to hit the road throughout the U.S. and the UK this spring. Recently, the 16-person ensemble released the title track of their forthcoming record, “In Lieu Of Flowers,” marked by euphoria-inducing horns, eclectic orchestral strings, and even an accordion. The project is headed by The Wonder Years‘ Dan Campbell who portrays the persona of “Aaron West.” The fictional musical narrative is marked with grief, divorce, and death, which has ultimately caused myriad complications. The group’s upcoming album, In Lieu Of Flowers, arrives on April 12 via Hopeless Records. Five years after their… Read more »

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