Miss May I Announce Headlining Tour Metal News 

Miss May I Announce Headlining Tour

Since signing with SharpTone Records, Miss May I have kept quiet for the most part. Now, they are ready to take the stage again and make some noise. The group announced they will headline some shows across the U.S., featuring Upon A Burning Body, Kublai Khan, and Currents as support. Check out all of the details in a tweet from Miss May I after the jump! For more Miss May I, you can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD here!

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WATCH: All Time Low, “Last Young Renegade” News Pop Punk 

WATCH: All Time Low, “Last Young Renegade”

This June, All Time Low are dropping a new album, Last Young Renegade. Fans already have some material to familiarize themselves with, though. In addition to dropping a video for lead singe “Dirty Laundry,” ATL did the same for another single. The “Last Young Renegade” music video is a contrast to “Dirty Laundry” – it is a fun, infectious song, much more along the lines of All Time Low in the past compared to the previous single’s more somber tone. Check it out after the jump! You can purchase a concert ticket…

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TWLOHA’s Annual Heavy & Light Event Returns to Orlando Alternative News 

TWLOHA’s Annual Heavy & Light Event Returns to Orlando

Each year, Florida-based organization To Write Love On Her Arms hosts an evening of music, poetry, inspiration, and hope called Heavy & Light. The event will once again take place at the House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday, April 1st. Performers this year include spoken word poets Tonya Ingram and Propaganda, Zach Williams of The Lone Bellow, The Rocket Summer, and Jon Foreman of Switchfoot. Tickets are still available for the event. If you would like to attend, you can buy tickets here. For over 10 years, TWLOHA has been helping people who struggle with addiction, suicide, and depression, as…

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MY FIRST TIME: Jump For The Sails Features My First Time 

MY FIRST TIME: Jump For The Sails

The first music video any of us had ever been in was our very own. It was for the debut single “X Marks The Spot”. We had never shot a video before and while we were excited, we were all still very curious about the whole thing. We’d never shot any type of video other than from our phones and from old video cameras from the early 2000’s for fun. This was the first time we would be working with actual legit cameras, lighting and a story to follow. The…

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TRACK PREMIERE: Tardigrade. “Solitary” Features 

TRACK PREMIERE: Tardigrade. “Solitary”

It’s Monday and in the realm of social media, Monday’s always equal new music! Today, we are bringing you the second single from Philly based Tardigrade., titled “Solitary.” ” “Solitary” is a gritty, hard-hitting punk track from the young band. After receiving quite the response from their debut track, “Solitary” solidifies Tardigrade.’s potential of making a name for themselves this year. “Solitary” will be officially released on Friday, March 31st, but if you head over to Darth Fader Records, the label Tardigrade. is on, you will receive the song with any…

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Andy Biersack Teases New Music Alternative Metal News Rock 

Andy Biersack Teases New Music

Andy Biersack is gearing up for a new Black Veil Brides release and a stint on the Vans Warped Tour performing solo songs under his Andy Black moniker. It looks like there will be some new music for audiences during his busiest time of the year. Biersack revealed the progress of his projects at the moment on Twitter and confirmed that a new Andy Black single should be out in time for Warped. Black Veil Brides’ newest effort does not seem too far behind. Check out his tweets after the jump! For more…

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WATCH: Danny Worsnop, “High” Folk Metal News Singer/Songwriter 

WATCH: Danny Worsnop, “High”

Danny Worsnop may be busy tearing across stages with his Asking Alexandria bandmates, but he also recently released a solo album despite his busy schedule, titled The Long Road Home.  The first single “Mexico” already received the music video treatment. Now, another cut from the album, “High,” has as well. It is a somber clip that illustrates the song’s theme – having it all and losing it – very well. Check it out after the jump! For more Danny Worsnop, you can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD…

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TRACK PREMIERE: Nathan Leigh “The Things We Do” Features 

TRACK PREMIERE: Nathan Leigh “The Things We Do”

The best way to get you past that mid-week slump is hearing a new tune. And here at Infectious, we have the perfect song to help you muster up the strength to make it to the weekend. Nathan Leigh’s new track “The Things We Do” is quite personal. He draws inspiration from a tough time in not only his life, but the lives of others too. You can check out the song below, as well as a quote from Nathan himself. 

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What I Would Change About the Music Industry: Bands Who Resist Labeling Their Sound Features News What I Would Change About The Music Industry 

What I Would Change About the Music Industry: Bands Who Resist Labeling Their Sound

No one likes being labeled. Being pigeon-holed into a certain category of anything can be frustrating. Here’s the thing though, from a radio personality, concert photographer, promoter, music reviewer, and live show booking agent standpoint, labels are needed. I’m not talking about record labels, but rather, providing the people with some sort of description or label of your sound. Imagine this. You’re a concert promoter. Or you’re a street team member. And you have no idea what kind of band (insert super generic-sounding band name here) is, so you go…

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The Most Important Thing I’ve Learned: Trust Yourself Features News The Most Important Thing I've Learned 

The Most Important Thing I’ve Learned: Trust Yourself

As anyone who has made a full-length album before will tell you, it’s a HUGE undertaking – emotionally, financially, and in the sheer number of hours required.  I just released my first full-length album Green Hearts at the end of January after raising money through crowdfunding.  In addition to self-releasing it, I’ve been doing my own PR for the release (on top of a demanding day-job).  Suffice it to say it’s been a busy year!  I have learned so much, but the most important thing I’ve learned throughout the entire process…

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