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STREAM: Touché Amoré “Harbor”

Touché Amoré is now streaming their new single “Harbor.” The song can be found on the band’s latest album, Is Survived By Me, which will be released on Sept. 24. You can listen to the single here. Also make sure to check out a message from the band’s interview with Rolling Stone after the jump. View tour dates and buy concert tickets here. Purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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REVIEW: Among Giants/Aspiga Split

Orlando rock outfit Among Giants recently collaborated with Aspiga, to create a split EP, with each band claiming two tracks on the release. It is an interesting collaboration, as both bands are quite different. Among Giants take the last two tracks, with the first  being “In The Jungle.” The interesting, organic guitar work draws the listener in right away. What is also striking about the track is the vocal delivery. Its pace and clarity is almost reminiscent of Johnny Cash: rather than sensitive, polished crooning, a story is told with a…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Hands Like Houses ‘Unimagine’

Australia’s Hands Like Houses burst onto the scene last year after an impressive debut on Rise Records. It was not the typical release you would expect from Rise – rather, it was a breath of fresh air.  Recently, Hands Like Houses have released a follow up, continuing their own take on rock music without normal hard rock staples like the familiar breakdown. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Heartless Breakers ‘Prescription’

I’ve mentioned numerous times how nerve-wracking a debut EP can be for a band, and even for a listener. Will it be a good introduction? Will people like it? Will I like it? For Heartless Breakers, they come crashing in with all the confidence of a well-seasoned band. Starting off strong, “Daily Restraint” sets an energetic, Warped-Tour-esque tone, as well as establishing the “medical” symbolism of the EP. It seems to play into the monotony that can mess with your mind, with the feeling that you’re going crazy. The track…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Prey On The Fallen Self-Titled EP

Los Angeles’ Prey on the Fallen have decided to try something a bit different with their latest release, EPK. In a scene surrounded by breakdowns, polished vocals and screamed parts, it can be hard to break out. People can become disappointed hearing the same sort of thing over and over. This seems to have motivated the band to try something unique. Prey on the Fallen have used a different formula for this release: a return to strictly rock and roll sound. Please follow and like us:

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3OH!3 ‘Omens’ Album Stream

3OH!3 announced the release date for their forthcoming album, Omens, back in late February of this year. Today, for the first time, the band is inviting everyone to listen to Omens in it’s entirety for free before buying it. The album has 11 tracks and provides the listener with just over 39 minutes of that Boulder, CO bro-rap that we’ve all come to know and love. Stream Omens in full length from Soundcloud after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets to see them on Warped Tour here! Please follow and like…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Portugal.The Man ‘Evil Friends’

It’s as if the boys of Portugal. The Man have pressed play on summer. The title track “Plastic Soldiers” is full of heavy synths and acoustic guitars and the lines, “I can’t keep my head up, no I can’t keep my head up” gets the listener really pumped up. The album segways from “Creep in a T-shirt” and into “Evil Friends”; the title track. “Evil Friends” starts off as dark, mysterious and very typical of Censored Colors, however the song takes a sharp left turn after the first minute, a…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Escape The Fate ‘Ungrateful’

Since 2010, Escape the Fate have seen some serious changes. From switching labels to the departure of bassist, Max Green, to finally solidifying a new lineup, it has no doubt been a transitional period for the group. Nevertheless, after three long years of Escape the Fate fans starving for a new album, it has arrived…or, rather, has dropped like a musical bomb. After their 2010 self-titled album provided some seriously heavy tracks and some ripping guitar riffs, only the term “tough act to follow” comes to mind. And yet, the…

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