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Boston Manor Returns With Crushing New Single “Container”


Following the release of their fourth full-length album, Datura, in October 2022, Boston Manor has made their highly anticipated return with the group’s first new music since then, dropping the crushing single “Container.” With the unveiling of new music from the UK mainstays after a year and a half, “Container” heralds a distinct shift in their sound, bringing with it deep-rooted growth and maturity that the five-piece wears well. Infusing their latest release with a larger-than-life feeling, the group crafts a sonic landscape teeming with dream-like synths, an array of distorted guitar tones, and thunderous drum arrangements. Yet amidst this… Read more »

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When We Were Young Fest 2024 Sold Out, Second Day Added


Today, When We Were Young Festival 2024 tickets went on sale and almost immediately sold out. Luckily, the festival already announced they are adding a second day and you can sign up for the waitlist. Head here to add your name to the waitlist for October 20. You can choose from general admission ($405 each), GA+ ($595 each), VIP ($695 each), or VIP Cabana ($18,500 each) tickets. General ticket sales will begin Tuesday, November 21 at 10 AM PT. When We Were Young 2024 announced its lineup this week, the roster basically broke the internet. With headliners Fall Out Boy… Read more »

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Hey Monday To Play ‘Hold On Tight’ In Full At When We Were Young Fest 2024


The artist lineup for When We Were Young Fest 2024 just expanded to include the iconic Hey Monday, who will be playing Hold On Tight in full. Lead vocalist Cassadee Pope shared the news on November 15 via Instagram with the caption, “We’re coming home! Hey Monday are playing “Hold On Tight” in its entirety at the EPIC @whenwewereyoungfest 2024!!! Get your dunks and vests ready!!” While Hey Monday has not performed together recently, the reunion comes as no surprise, as Pope recently shared a single produced by bandmate Alex Lipshaw. The 2008 Hey Monday album featured the likes of… Read more »

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Yellowcard And Pierce The Veil Share “Three Minutes More” Music Video


Scene legends Yellowcard and Pierce The Veil have dropped an official music video for “Three Minutes More,” their new single which dropped on July 21, 2023. The music video includes clips from Yellowcard‘s When We Were Young Fest set, which featured an on-stage cameo from Vic Fuentes and Tony Perry. Check out the full music video below featuring footage from videographer Anthony Tran. In an Instagram caption, Yellowcard frontman William Ryan Key expressed, “This year has been full of huge moments for us. One of those moments was getting to collaborate with Pierce The Veil on our new EP. When… Read more »

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My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, More To Play When We Were Young 2024


As if we weren’t still riding the high of When We Were Young Fest 2023, the iconic festival will be returning to its homestead in Las Vegas, NV, on October 19 for When We Were Young 2024. The lineup, which consists of behemoths such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, Pierce The Veil, The Used, The All-American Rejects, and many more, performing iconic anniversary sets for albums such as The Black Parade, Homesick, and more, will kick off in October beneath the desert sun.  Earlier today, Live Nation and The Noise dropped… Read more »

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16 Alternative Musician Costumes That Slayed Halloween 2023


Halloween is basically emo kid Christmas. It’s the season of the year where you can don silver chains and skull jewelry, create fake blood makeup, decorate your house with every single Jack Skellington item in existence, and more, without any questions from the normies of the world. Additionally, it’s the time when celebs such as Heidi Klum use their wealth for good and make elaborate, cool costumes such as this year’s peacock offering featuring 10 Cirque Du Soleil performers as her feathers. Shaquille O’Neal also had a standout costume, wearing a black wig with swoopy bangs and lip ring to… Read more »

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blink-182 Drops Two New Songs, Teases Music Video


Do the members of blink-182 ever sleep? After releasing their killer new record ONE MORE TIME…, the trio decided that 17 tracks weren’t cutting it. Exclusive to the digital edition of the album, blink-182 just added “SEE YOU” and “CUT ME OFF” to the tracklisting, both showing off the legacy act’s commitment to keeping pop-punk alive and thriving.  “SEE YOU” is a heartbreak banger about the push and pull of young love. It romanticizes the highs and lows of a passionate relationship and the things you’ll do to keep the flame from burning out. Melancholy lyrics juxtapose the song’s distorted… Read more »

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Vic Fuentes Gifts His Guitar To Pierce The Veil Fan


If there was ever any doubt that Pierce The Veil vocalist Vic Fuentes is a saint, get it out of your heads now because he absolutely is. Concluding the band’s second performance at When We Were Young Fest 2023, Fuentes called a fan to the stage. In a heartfelt dedication to the fan and to the band’s entire fanbase, Fuentes shares, “It is an honor to be a part of your life through our music and to give you a little something back, I want you to have my guitar. This is yours.” The crowd erupted in cheers, while some… Read more »

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Pierce The Veil Drops “12 Fractures” Video With chloe moriondo


Pierce The Veil’s latest record, The Jaws Of Life, was one of the most anticipated records of 2023. Marking the end of the band’s 7-year hiatus and their first release since 2016’s Misadventures, the album is full of dynamic twists and turns that leave fans craving more. Pierce The Veil is back with a new music video for the album’s closing track, “12 Fractures,”  featuring chloe moriondo. Showcasing the delicate vocal stylings of up-and-comer chloe moriondo, the video follows her and PTV’s frontman Vic Fuentes on a slow-motion walk through crowded city streets. Resembling a montage pulled from a romantic… Read more »

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