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Senses Fail Announce 15-Year Anniversary Tour With Counterparts, Movements, Like Pacific

On October 10, 2006, Senses Fail released what would go on to become one of America’s staple post-hardcore releases. Still Searching, as the album was titled, was released through Vagrant Records and became an instant hit. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Like Pacific “Distant” Music Video

Toronto’s Like Pacific released a music video for their song “Distant” which is off the band’s upcoming Pure Noise Records release, Distant Like You Asked. The video tells the story of a man who is confused with where his relationship ended up. With lyrics, “Why don’t you fall for me, I’m distant like you asked me to be,” the song takes listeners through a journey of heartbreak and, ultimately, self-acceptance. Check out the video, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section. The new album is scheduled to…

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The Most Important Thing I’ve Learned: Staying True To Myself

The most important thing I’ve learned as both an artist and young woman is to stay true to myself. Growing up, I always wanted to sing and perform for people one day. I began my musical journey in theatre, begged my parents for guitar lessons, and wrote my first song when I was 12 years old. What I didn’t really know at that time was the amount of work artists put in other areas outside of the music. In this day in age, the artist’s identity is key for success…

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Vanna Announce Final Show

After announcing their breakup early this year, hardcore group Vanna will play their final show together on Dec. 15 at The Palladium in their hometown of Worcester, Massachusetts. The show will include a large support lineup, featuring Eighteen Visions, Knocked Loose, Bad Rabbit, Like Pacific, Kublai Khan, Lions Lions, Old Wounds, Sharptooth, and Roseview. Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: So What?! Music Festival – Grand Prairie, Texas

Nestled between Fort Worth and Dallas, in humble Grand Prairie, Texas, So What?! Music Festival provides an alternative twist to the busy spring break crowd. The 9th annual So What?! Music Festival took place on Saturday and Sunday, March 19-20 at QuikTrip Park. Gates opened at 11 a.m. each morning, and fans were greeted with tents from over a handful organizations including Headliners, Plug Your Holes, Fireball Whiskey, Merch Now, and more. Considering the festival was in during the hottest part of the year in Texas, fans were pleased to see that the region…

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Vans Warped Tour Announce 2016 Lineup

Vans Warped Tour announced their lineup this afternoon via a live stream from Winter Park, Florida. The reveal was sponsored by Full Sail University. “I talk a lot about getting back to the basics,” founder Kevin Lyman said during the lineup reveal. “The basics are the fans, the bands, and the philanthropic and educational sides of Warped Tour,” he emphasized. Some of the performing acts include Mayday Parade, Emarosa, Sleeping With Sirens, and more. Check out the complete lineup, below, and let us know who you’re excited to see, in the comments section. To experience…

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Neck Deep, State Champs Announce Co-Headlining Tour

After announcing a European tour with State Champs, British pop-punkers Neck Deep will be bringing their co-headlining tour Stateside. Alternative Press will sponsor the trek. Starting February 10, you can catch ND, State Champs, Knuckle Puck and Like Pacific across the country. Tickets go on sale December 11, so be prepared! Check out a Facebook post from Neck Deep after the jump for dates and other information about the tour! You can purchase a concert ticket here (Neck Deep) and here (State Champs) or buy a CD here (Neck Deep)…

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LIVE REVIEW: Forever Came Calling, 924 Gilman, Berkeley

“It’s been awhile since we’ve been to the Bay, so let’s have some fun.” Singer Joe Candelaria started off Forever Came Calling’s unassuming set at Berkeley’s renowned 924 Gilman Sunday night. The band launched into their first song of the evening as he beckoned the incredibly responsive crowd forward towards the stage. Forever Came Calling are currently on tour, and you can buy concert tickets here. Check out their music here! Their music is available worldwide. Please follow and like us:

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