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Ernie Ball Play Warped Final Round Winners


On The 16th episode of The Undiscovered Sound, Jeff brings you the final round of winners in the Ernie Ball PLAY Warped contest, A new single from DED , Info on Chicago Open Air, and music from Night Verses, & In Loving Memory.

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A Lot Like Birds announces headline tour


A Lot Like Birds will head out on a a co-headline run with Lions Lions in October. The band will then dive directly into a headlining tour with support from HRVRD, Night Verses, and My Iron Lung.

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House Of Protection Debuts Single, “It’s Supposed To Hurt”


Following their departure from FEVER 333 in 2022, guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta are back to share their new project, House Of Protection. “It’s Supposed To Hurt” marks their debut and is produced by ex-Bring Me The Horizon‘s Jordan Fish. The stellar duo are now signed to Red Bull Records. Initially, they dropped their first (literally) fiery teaser on April 22 and rapidly gained thousands of Instagram followers. On “It’s Supposed To Hurt,” both Improta and Harrison show off their vocal prowess. They offer a unique mix of grungey, dissonant verses and yearning screams in the chorus. House… Read more »

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Hollow Front Drops “Letting Go” Ft. Ex-Bandmate Daniel Alvarez


Metalcore juggernauts Hollow Front have unleashed their powerful new single “Letting Go.” While the track is a brutal display of their prowess, the song’s origin story adds a fascinating layer to its emotional depth following the departure of Daniel Alvarez, who is featured on the new single. In a social media post made by the group leading up to the release, they share, “​​We’re dropping a brand new song (ft. Dakota Alvarez) this Thursday. This is one of two final songs we created with him, before he exited the band.” Vocalist Tyler Tate reveals that the song’s initial inspiration revolved… Read more »

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idobi Staff Picks: Best of 2013


Last week we published our official top albums of 2013 list, featuring everyone from The Wonder Years and Fall Out Boy to The 1975 and Vampire Weekend. Lots of complicated math and science were involved in calculating the final list, but we thought we’d let you have a look at all of our individual staff lists as well.

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