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The Dangerous Summer Drops Seventh Full-Length Record, ‘Gravity’


Today is a massive day for The Dangerous Summer. Not only are they kicking off their international summer tour on June 21, they just released their seventh record, Gravity, via Rude Records. Plus, the band shared a nostalgia-inducing official video for the LP track, “Where Did All The Time Go?” Get ready for a delightful trip down memory lane with the legendary rockers. The new visuals include home videos of early The Dangerous Summer basement shows and van rides. They also showcase the band’s offstage hangs, music magazine interviews, and even their recent Slam Dunk Festival slot. Eagle-eyed watchers may… Read more »

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Better Lovers Share Supercharged Single “Two Alive Amongst The Dead,” Announce Upcoming Full-Length


Better Lovers‘ discography just got a little bit longer with the addition of the new single “Two Alive Amongst The Dead,” which is a fitting birthday gift for guitarist Jordan Buckley. “Two Alive Amongst The Dead” sees lead singer Greg Puciato (ex-Dillinger Escape Plan) urgently screaming, “Shame they’ll never feel/Any inkling of remorse/Fixate envious/I would try to help them but I know better/They’re not my cause.” Juxtaposed with mind-bending, catchy riffs, the single leaves listeners and metalcore lovers hungry for more. Check out the new single below. Luckily, new music will certainly be on its way. In an Instagram caption,… Read more »

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Body Count Unleashes “F**k What You Heard”


Following up their new collaborative single, “Psychopath,” featuring Fit for An Autopsy vocalist Joe Bad, released earlier this year, Body Count has unleashed the politically charged “Fuck What You Heard.” The new track marks the band’s second new single since the release of their 2020 Grammy-winning single “Bum-Rush.” “Fuck What You Heard” and “Psychopath” are both scheduled to appear on the group’s forthcoming full-length album, Merciless. Arriving just one day after the Republican National Convention, frontman Ice-T unleashes a scathing critique of the two-party system and the divisiveness stoked by “the blue and the red.” He takes sharp jabs at… Read more »

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Grayscale Sports Their “Summer Clothes” On New Single


Grayscale is helping fans beat the heat with their sun-soaked new single “Summer Clothes.” The vibrant new track acts as the latest preview to the band’s forthcoming, currently untitled full-length album, which is scheduled to arrive in early 2025. “The music Grayscale has been writing is focused heavily on who we are, how we were raised, and where we are from,” vocalist Collin Walsh shares in a press release.” If you live in the Northeast or anywhere with cold seasons, you know that there comes a time every year where you swap winter clothes into storage and break out your… Read more »

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LØLØ Announces “First Ever” Europe/UK Headline Tour


LØLØ fans have a LOT to look forward to this year! Following the release of her debut full-length, falling for robots and wishing i was one, earlier this summer, the pop-punker has been on the road supporting the release on jxdn’s When The Music Stops Tour. Following her run with him, she is scheduled to embark on her first-ever headline tour in Europe. “I couldn’t be more excited to bring my first ever headline tour to Europe and the UK!” LØLØ shares. “I have always had my favorite shows out there, so it’s only fitting that Europe and the UK… Read more »

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Cassadee Pope Relaunches Into Pop-Punk Roots With ‘Hereditary’


After nearly a year and a half of buildup, Cassadee Pope is officially back to her roots on her new full-length Hereditary.  “This album follows my journey of self discovery so closely that I feel a little nervous to share certain things,” Pope shares in a press release. “But I needed to let it out. Creating this album was like a 2 year therapy session that continues to be there for me even after its completion” “I remember feeling this weight lifted off my shoulders when I stopped letting anger consume me. The resentment was like a blanket I thought… Read more »

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Miss May I Taps Fit For A King For Reimagined “Forgive And Forget”


Miss May I fans have been flooded with good news today! After inking a deal with Solid State Records, the metalcore mainstays have announced the 15 year anniversary re-recording of their 2009 full-length, Apologies Are For The Weak.  In addition to the re-recorded album, which will include special guest appearances on each track and arrives on August 23, the group has issued the first preview with “Forgive And Forget.” The reimagined recording sees Fit For A King’s vocalist Ryan Kirby and bassist Ryan “Tuck” O’Leary on the release. “When it came to choosing which song went best with each one… Read more »

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