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KennyHoopla Drops “MARRY KILL F*CK//” Video Ft. Travis Barker


Following the release of KennyHoopla’s 3-track capsule project with frequent collaborator and friend, Travis Barker, the emerging artist has issued the official music video for the project’s standout single, “MARRY KILL F*CK//.” “MARRY KILL F*CK//” captures the very essence of KennyHoopla‘s unbridled energy and contagious punk-rock spirit. With clever references and innuendos scattered throughout, the song playfully nods to Barker’s bandmate Tom DeLonge with the line, “And everyone is recommending me their therapist/They believe in God/But don’t believe in aliens.” This song truly exemplifies KennyHoopla‘s uninhibited and electrifying musical style, making it a must-listen for fans of the genre. Read… Read more »

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KennyHoopla & Travis Barker Collab On New 3-Track Capsule EP


Following the release of his latest offerings “SABOTAGE//” and “YOU NEEDED A HIT//,” KennyHoopla and longtime collaborator, Travis Barker, have partnered up once again for a 3-track capsule project release titled, BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT//.  Across the release, KennyHoopla‘s edgy, genre-blending sound and Barker‘s powerhouse drumming skills culminate in an explosive climax. Standout single “MARRY KILL F*CK//” epitomizes KennyHoopla’s raw energy and infectious punk-rock spirit while calling back to a handful of pop-punk references including one to Barker’s bandmate Tom DeLonge through the line, “And everyone is recommending me their therapist/They believe in God/Don’t believe in aliens.” Read more:… Read more »

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Underoath Issues Catchy New Single, “Lifeline (Drowning)”


As Underoath gears up for their highly anticipated US tour that kicks off next week in Pittsburgh, PA, the metalcore titans have unleashed a captivating and infectiously catchy new single, “Lifeline (Drowning).” Extracted from their forthcoming album, set to be announced in the near future and expected to drop in early 2024, the track weaves an intricate sonic tapestry that resonates deeply on an emotional level as an outcry for help. “Lifeline (Drowning)” showcases Underoath‘s ability to craft a composition that hooks listeners with its irresistible allure. The song combines the group’s signature metalcore sensibilities and commanding instrumentation with compelling… Read more »

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KennyHoopla Marks New Era With “YOU NEEDED A HIT//”


KennyHoopla has made his triumphant return with his latest single, “YOU NEEDED A HIT//.” The track, accompanied by a captivating music video, showcases the Cleveland-born artist’s undeniable talent and distinctive sound further solidifying his position as an artist to watch. “YOU NEEDED A HIT//” stands as a formidable and introspective anthem with KennyHoopla expertly weaves together a mesmerizing tapestry of alternative rock, pop, and punk influences, showcasing his distinctive sound in all its glory. From the very first notes, the song seizes your attention with its irresistible hooks and spellbinding guitar riffs. The genius of the track lies not only… Read more »

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Hawthorne Heights' Star Is Rising – Just Ask The Guitarist's Mom


Hawthorne Heights frontman JT Woodruff can scream like nobody’s business, but when he’s speaking to you one-on-one, it’s in soft, hushed tones, like his voice has been wrapped in a woolen scarf. And his voice gets even softer when he’s asked about his band’s recent successes: the record that’s climbing the charts, the headlining slot on this summer’s Warped Tour and the video that’s just been added to MTV’s rotation. It’s one thing to be uncomfortable in the spotlight, but Woodruff’s aversion to sudden fame is downright Rivers Cuomo-esque. “Uh, well, it means more kids are coming to our shows.… Read more »

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Hawthorne Heights Drop “The Storm,” Announce ‘Lost Lights’ EP


Ohio natives, Hawthorne Heights, has returned with their heaviest song to date spanning across their 22-year history, aptly titled “The Storm.” The nearly three-minute ripper is the first preview to the band’s forthcoming, freshly announced EP, Lost Lights, via Pure Noise Records. The collection is set to drop on September 8 the day before the group’s Ohio Is For Lovers Festival performance. From the first note, “The Storm” kicks into high gear with tantalizing guitar work, hauntingly atmospheric layers across the instrumentation and vocals, and JT Woodruff’s signature blend of harmonies. The track takes on a contemplative feel, reflecting on… Read more »

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