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Taking Back Sunday Return To Roots At Intimate House Show

In the midst of their summer tour leading up to Four Chord Music Festival, Taking Back Sunday surprised fans with an incredibly special and beautifully intimate house show this past weekend. In a backyard in their hometown of Long Island, NY, the band performed to a small but insanely rowdy crowd. Videos have been circulating the internet for the last few days, racking up literally millions of views across different social media platforms. It is turning into somewhat of a phenomenon. Are house shows back? Did they ever go away? There are certainly smaller, up-and-coming bands playing in living rooms,… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Asks “How Dare You” On New Single

After teasing their new single all month, L.S. Dunes has finally dropped their track “How Dare You” just in time for Valentine’s Day. The modern rock quintet offers nearly four minutes of yearning, gritty screams from Anthony Green, grunge-centric guitar and bass tones, and shredding drums courtesy of Tucker Rule. “The sequel is the same/How dare you/How dare you/Deny A stranger in my skin,” sings Green. Whether you’re looking for a new banger to show off to your S.O. this V-Day or simply building out your punk rock playlist, you’re sure to love this energizing L.S. Dunes offering. Check out… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Drop 70’s Sci-Fi Horror-Inspired Video For “Grey Veins”

L.S. Dunes—the supergroup which consists of Anthony Green, Frank Iero, Tim Payne, Tucker Rule, and Travis Stever—have issued their epic sci-fi horror-inspired music video for “Grey Veins.” “Grey Veins” is a creative homage to ’70s Japanese Sci-Fi horror films and comes from the mind of guitarist, Iero. The epic visual masterfully combines elements of fantasy and warfare and was directed by the renowned director David Brodsky, known for his work with acclaimed bands such as August Burns Red, Helmet, and Cannibal Corpse. In a stroke of creative brilliance across “Grey Veins,” the band members each transform into valiant soldiers thrust… Read more »

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