Fritz Montana 'Scaredy Cat' album Album Reviews Indie News Reviews Rock 

ALBUM REVIEW: Fritz Montana ‘Scaredy Cat’

At first listen, vocals from singer David Marshall will sound freakishly like Jack White and the band’s sound like that of the White Stripes (a compliment by all means, my friends). But with their own brand of blues and other combinations of indie sounds, Fritz Montana’s newest album Scaredy Cat not only mixes Jack White with a bit of Taking Back Sunday, (which let me tell you is actually a fantastic combination) but also brings forth an incredible sound that makes for an excellent listening experience. Having formed in early…

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LIVE REVIEW: Sea Wolf Serenades The Coach House Of Orange County

A very special performance by three exceptional artists serenaded those at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, last Thursday night. Walking through the door, there were new and old photos of artists who had previously performed, a rigid suitcase full of CDs, and bouncers who sat us at our table. It made me feel like I was sharing something special with these artists. All those stories of how musicians started in small bars played through my mind while observing everything around. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Red House Glory ‘Fever’ Live EP

I won’t lie; I’m normally a bit hesitant to listen to anything a band does live before I’ve ever heard their recorded material. A band’s live performance can be a deal-breaker—you’ll either walk away loving and appreciating the band for their talent, or never understand the appeal. However, Red House Glory’s Fever Live EP does an excellent job of displaying their talent, both lyrically and musically, and has me walking away loving the songs, appreciating the skill of the performers, and feeling like a fan. Please follow and like us:

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Brendon Urie Discusses New Panic! At The Disco Album

According to an interview MTV News had with Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die, the upcoming full-length release, will be as varied and complex and Panic!’s previous three releases: “One song sounds like it could be an ’80s, Depeche Mode type deal, another sounds like a mix of a Toto drum part with, like, weird arena-rock guitars. There were a lot of things I was pulling from; I listened to a lot of hip hop actually, like A$AP Rocky”. Too Weird To Live, Too Rare…

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Modern Life Is War ‘Fever Hunting’ Track Listing

Modern Life Is War, one of the most influential hardcore bands, announced their reunion back in April and now they have announced their first record since 2007 titled Fever Hunting. This record will be released Sept. 3 via Deathwish Inc. Pre-ordering will be announced soon. Check out the album art and track listing below after the jump.   Please follow and like us:

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You Me At Six, Pierce The Veil, All Time Low, Mayday Parade “PBR Fever” Video

You Me At Six have released a video featurin Pierce The Veil, All Time Low, and Mayday Parade called PBR Fever. Check it out after the jump, check out their current tour set list here and buy concert tickets to upcoming tour dates here! Please follow and like us:

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