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Dayseeker and Afterlife Collab On “Dreamstate” At ShipRocked

If you weren’t on the 2024 ShipRocked Cruise, you missed out on a dazzling collab from Afterlife and Dayseeker. Luckily, you can find a snippet of the crossover on Afterlife’s Instagram page. Lead singer Tyler Levenson joined Dayseeker during their set to add screams to 2022’s “Dreamstate” from Dark Sun. In an Instagram Reels caption, Afterlife said, “It’s one of those ‘you just had to be there’ moments!” Maybe if we watch the video enough times, they’ll drop the full live track on YouTube. Fingers crossed! Check out the performance below. Of course, ShipRocked was jam-packed with fun. The cruise… Read more »


Find A “Sign Of Life” On New Motionless In White Music Video, Deluxe Album

September 8 is a spectacular new music Friday for alternative fans. Between Olivia Rodrigo launching her brand-new sophomore album GUTS and Motionless In White releasing the deluxe version of 2022’s Scoring The End Of The World, it’s fair to say we will be busy streaming new songs all weekend. Beyond the deluxe album, Motionless In White shared a new music video for the track “Sign Of Life.”  The new music video sees Chris Motionless adding a pop of color into the dark metalcore world of the band with spiked, vibrant purple hair. True to the song’s name, the video depicts… Read more »


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 »


News Flashes 11.30.22: Spotify Wrapped Stats, The Wonder Years Tour, and The Life of Clarence Gilyard

— Today we talk about Spotify Wrapped, the upcoming The Wonder Years tour, and the life of Clarence Gilyard. — It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year The time has come. Spotify Wrapped is here and our Instagram stories are flooded with everyone’s top artists and songs. Who reigned over everyone else? For the third year in a row Bad Bunny is the most globally streamed artist. He pulled in 18.5 billion streams this year like it was nothing. To no one’s surprise, Taylor Swift came in second. Her album Midnights also was the fourth most streamed album in… Read more »


News Flashes 10.17.22: BTS’ Military Service, Kanye’s Latest Move, The Life of Robbie Coltrane, and Hayley Williams’ New Project

Today we talk about BTS’ hiatus to fulfill their military obligation, Kanye’s latest mistake, the life of Robbie Coltrane, and Hayley Williams’ new hair salon. — BTS’ Military Service BTS confirmed today they will be required to fulfill South Korea’s obligation for men to serve in the military. There was a question if their status in the entertainment industry would protect them from the requirement but now everyone has gotten an answer. Every South Korean man must serve for 18–21 months as long as they are healthy. Jin, the oldest member of BTS, will be the first to start his… Read more »


Celebrating Black Heritage Month Week 4: Black Inventors Who Changed Everyday Life

Here we are going about our day to day, not even realizing some of the incredible black inventors who made our lives a little bit easier with their inventions and discoveries. Do you drink coffee? Use a computer with colored monitors and high speed? We should take a moment to look at who we have to thank. Kaldi – Coffee Some of us would agree that this is one of the most important discoveries out there. Kaldi was an Ethiopian goat farmer. He realized that his goats were eating berries that would make them energetic and keep them up at… Read more »

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