There is no better band to cover the iconic Freaky Friday track, “Take Me Away” than Meet Me At The Altar. Three incredibly badass women unleashing a fiery new rendition of a song that won all of our emo hearts back in 2003 is exactly what we needed today. It has been exactly twenty years since we were graced with the song in such a memorable and influential film, and now we can appreciate a younger generation taking an absolutely banging new stab at it. Meet Me @ The Altar also gave fans a sick and grungy visual to accompany… Read more »
Counterparts are celebrating a decade of their seminal album ‘The Difference Between Hell And Home’ with a long overdue vinyl reissue.
LANY have shared one more track ahead of the release of their new album, and it is a vulnerable ballad, “Home Is Where The Hurt Is”.
Meet Me @ The Altar have shared “Strangers”, an electric and honest ode to the voices in your head that make you doubt yourself.
Meet Me @ The Altar’s own Téa Campbell has some thrilling news, and no, we aren’t talking about the upcoming MMATA deluxe album release. On September 6, the pop-punk bass guitarist shared a photo on her Instagram with her long-term partner Abby Armstrong who donned a new ring, which seemed to confirm an engagement between the two. In the recent Instagram photo, 22-year-old Campbell captioned it by saying, “july was an exciting month.” Fellow bandmates responded on the post with joy. Vocalist Edith Victoria commented, “period & pur when’s the wedding.” Drummer Ada Juarez responded by saying, “she said meet… Read more »
Emerging in the wake of their compelling dual EP releases, MoonEater and SoulEater, which debuted earlier this month, Magnolia Park entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with a mission. Their goal? To create a lush sonic temple for vocalist Joshua Roberts’ infectious voice to bounce off of in tandem with the group’s guitarists, Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, armed with their acoustics. In a departure from their usual style and crafting a rendition sans Mayday Parade’s Derek Sanders, the group tackled their immensely popular track, “Feel Something.” As observers in the studio, we couldn’t help but be swept away… Read more »
Hailing from Southern California, the melodic post-hardcore band, Movements is experimenting in ways they never have before. Their brand new album RUCKUS! dropped today, catapulting them towards new heights. The record explores fresh sounds and themes, showcasing the band’s ability to grow and change with every lyric and sonic choice. A group known for their emotional delivery of gut-wrenching and thought-provoking music, they impressively expand their approach on this album. Movements dropped several singles leading up to the record, including “Tightrope“, “Lead Pipe“, “Killing Time“, “Fail You“, and “Heaven Sent“. All five singles were beautifully intrinsic in their own right,… Read more »
In a captivating interview just ahead of his new album drop, Craig Owens takes readers and listeners on an immersive journey into the creation of his latest, Volume 1. With a career spanning over 20 years and connections to his iconic projects such as Chiodos, Isles & Glaciers, and D.R.U.G.S., Owens unveils the detailed process of selecting and reimagining 10 tracks from his illustrious discography. As he delves into the album’s concept and the emotional journey of revisiting his music, Owens shares the meticulous thought process behind each song choice and how the reimagined renditions breathe new life into his… Read more »
Last year Meet Me @ The Altar released their highly-anticipated and extremely successful debut album, Past // Present // Future. Today, the trio have announced a deluxe issue dropping on September 29th via Fueled By Ramen. Kicking off this reissue of the album, they have gifted fans with a brand new single, “Give It Up“. Maybe too early to say, but this new song might just be the best song they have ever released. The verses hold an incredibly catchy melody, while the structure of the song packs a punch. It really feels like the Meet Me @ The Altar… Read more »
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