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STREAM: Imagine Dragons “Battle Cry” From Transformers 4

Last month, it was announced that Imagine Dragons would be writing a new score for the Michael Bay movie, Transformers: Age of Extinction. On June 1, the full version of the song was posted online. Check it out below the jump, or purchase a CD or MP3 of the song here. Buy concert tickets to see Imagine Dragons live here. Please follow and like us:

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Imagine Dragons Contribute New Song To ‘Transformers’ Soundtrack

Director Michael Bay has the uncanny ability of keeping his finger on the pulse of whatever people think is cool (other than having Linkin Park write a song for the first Transformers movie). This time for Transformers: Age Of Extinction, Bay got a band that is actually popular: Imagine Dragons. Imagine Dragons AND robots blowing stuff up? As if it wasn’t already the most anticipated movie of the summer. It’s obviously foolish to try and predict a Michael Bay movie, but after listening to a bit of Imagine Dragons’ song (which you can do yourself…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Amberline ‘The Art of Reinvention’

I like to think that pop-punk is my area of expertise. It’s the music I listen to the most; the first genre that ever made me want to listen to music all day, non-stop. I love hearing something that I can picture being played live. I love trying to imagine an audience’s reaction and how the band would play off of it. Listening to The Art of Reinvention, I think I have an inkling of how that would go. Please follow and like us:

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Ballyhoo! Set List

Ballyhoo! recently performed in Pensacola, FL. You can check out their set list (courtesy of staff member Josh Morton) after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. You can find our review of the show here. Please follow and like us:

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Live Review: Life On Hold’s Final Show

The stage at T.T. The Bears Place in Cambridge, MA was rushed towards on Sunday, November 25th with a passionate battle cry, as fans, friends and family alike came to say goodbye to their coveted allies, Life on Hold as they played their final show. Taking an hour plus to blaze through time-tested fan favorites, new tunes and an Eddie Money cover of “Take Me Home Tonight”, the band kept the tempo high and the spirits higher. And while tonight may have been their final curtain call, fans will likely…

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