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Lia Wilderman

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A senior at Rutgers, Lia is counting down the days until she can take her useless communication degree and do something unrelated. She loves Marvel Comics (but makes a DC exception for Batman) and Coffee. She loves music and spends many hours at her college radio station promoting local NJ bands.

7 posts by Lia Wilderman

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Upon This Dawning – To Keep Us Safe: Album Review

November 14, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

Upon This Dawning are a foreign band making a local splash. With a hard aspect that pleases heavier music fans and clean vocals that will have listeners swooning, Upon This Dawning are sure to win over audiences on multiple continents with this album.

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Pierce The Veil announce tour dates with Sleeping With Sirens

August 1, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

Pierce The Veil have announced a headlining tour across North America with support from Sleeping With Sirens, Tonight Alive, and Hands Like Houses.

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Landscapes – Life Gone Wrong: Album Review

July 7, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

Landscapes are taking British hardcore to a whole new level with their debut album Life Gone Wrong. After touring all over Europe and sharing the stage with bands like Defeater and Touche Amore, expectations were high for their debut full-length – and the album delivers.

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All Time Low return to Hopeless Records

July 3, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

With a brand new album scheduled to come out this fall, All Time Low have announced their return to Hopeless Records.

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The Early November release new song “Frayed In Doubt”

May 25, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

AltPress.com is premiering a new song by The Early November called “Frayed In Doubt” off their upcoming album In Currents.

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Breathe Carolina releases “Hit and Run”

May 22, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

Alternative Press is streaming Breathe Carolina’s new single, “Hit and Run,” which is from the band’s forthcoming fourth studio album.

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Since Monroe – Lost Generation: Album Review

April 12, 2012 | By Lia Wilderman

Infuse the buoyant Beach Boys beats with Nirvana’s classic dreary guitar tone and you wind up with Since Monroe. A self-proclaimed grunge band with surf rock tendencies, their music will take you on a trip back in time to an era where “Monkey Wrench” was on the Billboard charts and you were frontside boardsliding your way through Tony Hawk Pro-Skater.