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Jawbreaker Announce Tour w/ Joyce Manor


Today legendary punk rock band, Jawbreaker has announced a headlining tour kicking off this September. The tour is absolutely stacked, with California natives, Joyce Manor, and Pure Noise Records up-and-comers, Grumpster. The run kicks off September 3rd in Seattle, WA and wraps September 25th in Orlando, FL. The group is set to hit cities like Dallas, Boston, Denver, Phoenix, and more along the way. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 4th with various pre-sales starting today. The first pre-sale is today at 11am ET with the password: “Citi BINs”, and the other is 12pm local time with the password: “EQUALIZED”.… Read more »

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When We Were Young Fest Announces 2023 Set Times


Dust off your Chucks and Vans because it is officially When We Were Young Fest week! With excitement building around the festival, particularly the highly anticipated headline performances from blink-182 and Green Day, the official When We Were Young Fest 2023 set times for this weekend’s festivities and shenanigans are here! Amidst a flurry of teasers hitting left, right, and center from artists across the lineup, one notably apt teaser has piqued our interest—a sneak peek at blink-182‘s upcoming track, “When We Were Young.” We’re crossing our fingers that they debut the song live at the festival…I mean, seriously, what… Read more »

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The Linda Lindas Call For Revolution On “Resolution/Revolution”


The formidable all-female punk rock force, The Linda Lindas, follows up their summer hit “Too Many Things” with an empowering anthem, “Resolution/Revolution.” Inspired by the group’s vocalist Bela Salazar’s influences from Pantera and Judas Priest, the song emerged as a rallying cry for self-discovery and embracing individuality. The lyrics exude defiance, urging listeners to break free from societal norms and be true to themselves. With fiery determination, The Linda Lindas encourage a resolution to stay authentic while sparking a revolution against conformity. Of “Resolution/Revolution” the band shares, “Bela had been rocking out to a lot of Pantera and Judas Priest… Read more »

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August Burns Red Announce ‘Rescue & Restore’ 10th Anniversary Tour


On the heels of their latest full-length collection, Death Below, August Burns Red has announced the 10 year anniversary tour to celebrate their 2013 album release, Rescue & Restore. The tour will kick off on November 10 in Massachusetts with Brand Of Sacrifice, Spite, and Crystal Lake acting as support. August Burns Red are scheduled to play Rescue & Restore in full during each set of the 20-show tour before concluding with two back-to-back Christmas Burns Red performances in their hometown, Lancaster, PA, on December 8 and 9. Read more: Jawbreaker Announces Tour With Joyce Manor “Rescue & Restore was… Read more »

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Emo Styles Ranked: From Shutter Shades to Flannels


It was never a phase. However, which phase are we talking about exactly? Truth be told, the evolution of the emo style had many, many phases. We know we were never the jocks, the preps, or the bookworms. But we certainly had something going on, and it was developing alongside the bands we loved. Sometimes we were in all black, and surprisingly, sometimes, we were in pink and yellow. Beanies may have been really tiny, and other times very baggy and oversized. Emo fashion means something different for everyone. We thought it would be fun to rank the different ways… Read more »

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