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Turnstile Announces Latin American Tour With Drain & Ceremony

Turnstile has announced they are heading to Latin America for their next tour. The hardcore giants will bring Drain and Ceremony as support. With nine dates out ahead of their June European run, they show no signs of slowing down. The Baltimore act posted on their Instagram about the announcement, and fans posted their excitement. Drain also posted about the highly anticipated run, saying, “THANK YOU TURNSTILE FOR BRINGING US TO MEXICO FOR THE FIRST TIME!” The GLOW ON act hasn’t announced any U.S. dates yet but is rumored to be making a stop at Outbreak Fest in the UK.… Read more »


Drain release rambunctious rendition of Descendents’ “Good Good Things”

Hardcore three-piece Drain have released their boisterous cover of the Descendents’ 1985 single “Good Good Things” via Epitaph Records. The classic punk-rock track which assisted in launching the Descendents into fame was featured on their sophomore album I Don’t Want to Grow Up. Drain’s rendition of “Good Good Things” captures a similar essence as the Descendents’ version, albeit with a more modern punk twist that showcases vocalist Sammy Ciaramitaro’s melodic prowess. The group’s cover will also be featured on their forthcoming full-length album Living Proof which is expected to drop via Epitaph on May 5. You can preorder the record… Read more »


Montage of Heck Will Completely Drain You

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cw5nZeptzEU Montage of Heck aired on HBO yesterday and it made me feel so many things. Even now, I’m struggling to get the words out. I want to make something clear before I continue: this is not about me. This is not about MY experience with Nirvana. This is not how I found out when Kurt Cobain died. This is about, after twenty-something years of avoiding everything Kurt post-mortem, that I was finally able to look into a deceased person’s life and I saw something I’d never seen before. I never read his diaries. I’ve barely listened to Nirvana since… Read more »


Bad Omens Might Have Something In Store After Sharing A Teaser

Could Bad Omens be up to something? It seems like it after the band shared a short video online. Since the band announced they’d be taking a well-needed break from touring, they’ve been relatively quiet, only posting about upcoming festival appearances and graphics from their latest release. With how busy they’ve been over the past few years, it only makes sense that the group would be ready to reveal something new. A loading bar on loop, the short video is simple yet intriguing. The band has used similar graphics during their concerts between songs and brief intermissions. It leaves people… Read more »


Bad Omens Reveal ‘CONCRETE JUNGLE [THE OST]’ Release Date

Bad Omens have FINALLY given fans what they’ve been waiting for! The band’s 26-track full-length album, CONCRETE JUNGLE [THE OST], is scheduled to arrive via Sumerian Records on May 31. Their forthcoming album, teased by their recent collaboration with Poppy on “V.A.N,” promises a plethora of captivating collaborations, including ERRA, WARGASM, and Bob Vylan, among others. Listeners will also be treated to eight electrifying live performances featured on the release. For fans trying to decipher [The OST], Sumerian founder/CEO Ash Avildsen clarified in a comment on the band’s Instagram announcement, “OST stands for OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK. Concrete Jungle is the band’s… Read more »


Hot Water Music Shares New Turnstile and Thrice Collabs

Ahead of their forthcoming record VOWS, legendary punks Hot Water Music have shared their double-single, “Remnants” and “Fences” via Equal Vision Records. Both tracks feature exquisite collabs including Turnstile‘s Brendan Yates and Daniel Fang on “Remnants” and Thrice on “Fences.” “I grew up playing drums every day to all of these records,” Yates said in an Instagram story. “Thank you @hotwatermusicofficial for having @danielfang and I on your new song. Full circle moment, endless love.” Fun fact, Turnstile got its band name from Hot Water Music’s 1997 song of the same name. Read more: Turnstile Announces Latin American Tour With… Read more »


Mike’s Dead Releases New Song “WAR” Focused On Mental Health

Mike’s Dead has dropped his new track, “WAR,” via Hopeless Records. It’s a gritty metal mix that addresses the struggles of mental health through high energy and raw emotion. This one will surely get fans ready to open up the mosh pit. The metal act says that the song is about working through tough times. “Screaming ‘I want war/ Give me more’ was a call out for harder battles, more challenges, and to become the best version of myself I can be.” He continues, “I believe this song will resonate deeply for those who struggle with mental health and want… Read more »


Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Performs With Courtney Love

Billie Joe Armstrong loves to have the time of his life whenever he performs. Especially when playing a 600-capacity venue with his side-project, The Coverups. This special stint at The Garage in the UK included a surprise guest performance with Courtney Love.  “Ladies and gentlemen, Courtney Love,” Armstrong introduced the singer halfway through their show. Love, while known for her relationship with late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, also fronted one of the main riot grrrl acts of the ‘90s, Hole. “My name is Courtney Love—you may not remember me. I’ve been living in a cave in Birmingham for about nine… Read more »


Microwave Issues “Bored Of Being Sad,” Announces Fourth Album

Following the excitement they generated earlier this month with their massive tour announcement this spring, Microwave has returned with their electrifying, anthemic new single, “Bored Of Being Sad.” The new release arrives alongside an accompanying music video and the announcement of their fourth studio album, Let’s Start Degeneracy, which is slated to drop on April 26. “Bored Of Being Sad” sees Microwave at their best—having sharpened their prowess and vocalist/guitarist Nathan Hardy has honed his songwriting with a raw honesty. The chorus emerges as a rallying cry against romanticized sadness, with Hardy belting, “And I’m so bored of being sad/It’s… Read more »

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