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Militarie Gun Composes Post Malone Entry Music For WWE 2K24 Game


Recently we learned that Militarie Gun’s “Do It Faster” would appear on the WWE 2K24 Post Malone and Friends game pack. It was also revealed that Militaire Gun would compose the entrance music for Posty’s wrestling character.  Today, the wait is over! You can now listen to the entrance theme, titled “Gun Under The Gun (MFG),” alongside the full soundtrack, including songs from Post, Turnstile, 100 gecs, Grimes, and others.  WWE 2K24 Tracklist: In reflection on the creation of the song, Militarie Gun’s Ian Shelton shared with New Noise, “A wrestling intro needs to start big and iconic, get more… Read more »

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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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Militarie Gun Issues Catchy New Single, “Will Logic”


Militarie Gun is building anticipation for their debut album with the release of their latest single, “Will Logic.” The band has offered fans a glimpse into their musical prowess and what can be expected from their forthcoming album, Life Under The Gun, set to be released on June 23 through Loma Vista Recordings. “Will Logic” builds upon the raw intensity and infectious hooks of Militarie Gun‘s previous two singles, “Do It Faster” and “Very High.” From the moment “Will Logic” kicks in, it immediately engulfs you in a whirlwind of energy and passion that the group has made a signature… Read more »

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Boston Manor Drops English Countryside-Inspired “Heat Me Up” Music Video


After releasing their new single, “Heat Me Up” in late May, Boston Manor has released an official music video. The track follows up previous releases “Container” and “Sliding Doors,” which are all set to appear on their forthcoming record Sundiver. “‘Heat Me Up’ ended up being the first track we finished on the album. We’d gone down to Welwyn Garden City where we were going to record the album to write and do some pre-production,” frontman Henry Cox says. “It was actually our day off, it was a blistering hot day and we had nothing to do, so we had a… Read more »

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The Story So Far Drops ‘I Want To Disappear’ LP & “Watch You Go” Video


Today is a big day for The Story So Far! Not only does today, June 21, mark the 13th anniversary of their debut studio album, Under Soil And Dirt, but the pop-punk behemoths have also unleashed their fifth studio album, I Want To Disappear. In addition to the arrival of their 10-track collection, the group has also issued a music video for “Watch You Go.” The group originally debuted “Watch You Go” on The Least Anticipated Album Tour on June 8 in Maryland Heights, MO, supporting A Day To Remember. In a short and sweet message to fans on social… Read more »

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Four Year Strong Unleashes Industrial-Tinged “aftermath/afterthought”


With anticipation mounting for the release of their pending full-length album, analysis paralysis, which is slated to arrive on August 9 via Pure Noise Records, Four Year Strong has unleashed their latest offering, “aftermath/afterthought.” The track stands out across the album with its chugging riffs and a strong infusion of industrial metal, making it a highlight among the group’s currently released singles pulled from the collection. Compact into a quick 2 minutes and 30 seconds, the outro breakdown showcases the peak of the instrumentation and production, taking a front seat. Check out “aftermath/afterthought” below. Four Year Strong are currently on… Read more »

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A Day To Remember Unleashes Pummeling New Single, “Feedback”


Serving as their first new music in almost two years, A Day To Remember marks their momentous return with the explosive new single, “Feedback.” The bombastic track also marks the beginning of a new era for the post-hardcore giants, arriving ahead of their massive The Least Anticipated Album Tour, which kicks off next week on June 6 in Waite Park, MN. Racing across the fast-paced 2 minutes and 45 seconds of the track, “Feedback” is laced with a sense of urgency, quickly jolting into the chorus. As frontman Jeremy McKinnon belts, “If I wanna hear your feedback/Feedback/Feedback/I’ll let you know,”… Read more »

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Four Year Strong Announces ‘analysis paralysis’ LP, Unveils Single “uncooked”


Apparently, Four Year Strong could see us waiting, and they did care! Today, the New England natives have announced their forthcoming full-length album, analysis paralysis, and unleashed their new single, “uncooked.” analysis paralysis is set to arrive on August 9 via Pure Noise Records following the band’s support run alongside A Day To Remember this summer with The Story So Far. Acting as the follow-up to their ripper “daddy of mine,” “uncooked” is an amalgamation of the group’s signature hardcore stylings with an added layer of ‘90s guitar work. The track’s chorus is as likely to incite a mosh pit… Read more »

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The Story So Far Drops Punchy New Single, “All This Time”


Ahead of their forthcoming full-length album, I Want To Disappear, The Story So Far has released their punchy new single, “All This Time.” This release arrives as the third single following the release of “Big Blind” and “Letterman.”  As the album’s opener, the track bursts forth with a fervent array of instrumentation. Front and center is vocalist Parker Cannon, whose commanding delivery serves as the perfect introduction to the album. Check out “All This Time” below. Drummer Ryan Torf shares of the album in a press release, “We kind of grew out of our 20s between this record and last.… Read more »

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