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GUEST BLOG: Music Can Bring You Back From The (Near) Dead

I knew I had to go all the way before I could come back, though I ran it pretty close. I can say without being dramatic that I probably only had a couple of hours left. Scared and cold and alone and clutching a bottle of vodka (that I was too sick by now to even drink), I went to the hospital. It took a month for the doctors to put me back together. I was 26 years old and I had to start all over again. The first thing…

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Design The Skyline Break Up

After being a band together for four years, Design The Skyline has called it quits. A statement from the band, which you can read in full after the jump, thanks fans for their support saying, “thank you to all the fans who supported us, fought with us and will continue to do so! I have endless love and appreciation for you! I will never forget all the messages from everyone saying I saved lives, opened eyes, inspired, and helped push through the struggles of life.” As the memo closes, more…

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The Mowgli’s Perform “Emily” Acoustic

 The Mowgli’s performed their song “Emily” as part of Rhapsody’s South Park Sessions recently.Watch their performance after the jump. Waiting for the Dawn is available now and you can purchase a CD here. View tour dates and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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The Mowgli’s Debut “The Great Divide” Video

Up and coming indie-pop rock band, The Mowgli’s, have debuted a video for their single, “The Great Divide”. These San Francisco natives’ new album, Waiting for the Dawn is set to drop June 18th. The eight-piece band is sure to gain popularity this summer with music influenced by everyone from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes to Fleetwood Mac. Don’t miss “The Great Divide” video below, and purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Tear Out The Heart ‘Violence’

It is evident from the start of their newest release, Violence, that Tear Out The Heart have plenty of energy. The beginning track, “Dead By Dawn” holds nothing back. Fast, chugging guitars set the song off, followed by violent screamed vocals. The song does get softer however, as clean vocals wash over the track and make it a little more balanced vocally. The album continues to follow this structure, and it is executed well. Please follow and like us:

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