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Head Automatica Makes Major Return With “Bear The Cross”


Wake up, people, we’ve officially got new music from the one and only Head Automatica. After nearly two decades of radio silence, the band has returned with their first offering since their 2006 sophomore album Popaganda, “Bear The Cross.” Having first blown up on Myspace, Head Automatica has officially entered their Instagram era, making a new account and posting their cover art to the surprise of myriad elder emos. In the comments, long-time fans dropped several comments reading “OMG,” and “Perfection!!!” as well as “Welcome back!” “Bear The Cross” sees the band reach outside of the iconic glamorous pop-rock sonics… Read more »

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Color Film announce EP, post live music video


Color Film, the latest project from Daryl Palumbo(Glassjaw, Head Automatica) and Richard Penzone (Men Women & Children), will release Until You Turn Blue on October 22nd through Calm + Collect Records. It will come out as a four song digital EP via iTunes and a two song 7″.

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Riot Fest Unveils 2023 Lineup With Foo Fighters And The Cure


Riot Fest, one of the most eagerly-awaited music festivals of the year, has just announced its mind-blowing 3-day lineup for 2023. This year’s headliners are none other than the legendary Foo Fighters, The Cure, The Postal Service/Death Cab For Cutie, Queens Of The Stone Age, Turnstile, and The Mars Volta. But the excitement doesn’t end there. Riot Fest has managed to assemble an incredible array of talent to round out the lineup. Head Automatica, Tegan and Sara, 100 gecs, The Gaslight Anthem, Say Anything, AFI, and many other fan favorites will grace the stage. The full list of artists promises… Read more »

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So What?! Festival Extends Lineup With The Starting Line & More


Last month, So What?! Music Festival announced its explosive two-day lineup, including Pierce The Veil and The Used headlining on Saturday, June 24, and Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday headlining on Sunday, June 25. Now the festival has announced a few new additions to the scheduled performances across the two-day event. What was already promised to be an exciting lineup, So What?! will now include sets from Slaughter To Prevail, The Starting Line, Fit For An Autopsy, Invent Animate, Varials, Through The Eyes Of The Dead, clip, guardin, poptropicaslutz!, Prentiss, Enterprise Earth, NO ZODIAC, Bodybox, 408, greyhaven, and… Read more »

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Freak Out Over Two, New, Crazy Festival Lineups With Us


Two massive festivals have announced their line ups and we aren’t sure how to contain ourselves. So What?! Music Festival is going down in Dallas Texas June 24 and 25th. On Saturday, hang out with Pierce the Veil and The Used and make sure to hang out with the other bands including Forever the Sickest Kids, Breathe Carolina, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, girlfriends, LØLØ, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and a ton more.  At that point we’re just getting started. On Sunday Sleeping with Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday (who will be performing War All the Time). Not to mention this is… Read more »

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Episode s03e08


Season 3, Episode 8. Originally aired March 29, 2007 on idobi Radio. Music from Each On Set, Madina Lake, Head Automatica, The Format, In Theory, The American Analog Set, Tim Armstrong, Timbaland ft Fall Out Boy, and Korn ft Amy Lee.

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Sugarcult, Hawthorne Heights Storm Capitol To Raise Awareness About Teen Suicide


Washington, D.C., probably hadn’t seen anything like it since 1985, when Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider and punk provocateur Jello Biafra testified before Congress during the height of the obscene lyrics witch-hunt: Tatted and pierced pop-punkers holding court on Capitol Hill. Members of Sugarcult and Hawthorne Heights took part in a press conference held in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Wednesday to announce the kickoff of the fifth annual Take Action Tour, and to raise awareness – and federal funding levels – for teen-suicide prevention programs across the country. “It’s one thing when you’re promoting your band, because you feel… Read more »

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Warner Responsible For LP Hitting Net Months Before Release


Even when adopting the most drastic measures, record labels seem helpless to prevent albums from surfacing online before their release dates. So now one label is taking the “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” approach. Four months before the debut album by New York trio the Secret Machines hits stores, Reprise Records, a Warner Bros. subsidiary, is making it available for sale online. In a campaign tied to Reprise’s online marketing campaign, the label is trying to make sure fans have a legal way of acquiring new music they hear about on the Internet. “[When] there’s no legal alternative,… Read more »

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