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ALBUM REVIEW: Lacey ‘Outlaws’

No time for messing about; skip the small-talk, Lacey jumps right in with the opening track of the EP, “Hometown.” With an incredibly catchy beat, it’s hard to resist immediately bobbing your head to the beat. Each line seems to be relatable; most people can honestly admit they want more out of life than what they’ve got right now. Such as wanting to get out of their hometown, and feeling like the only way to get it was to get away from the place you’ve been forever. Honestly, this is…

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Matt Nathanson Covers Fall Out Boy

Matt Nathanson has recently made a video of himself covering Fall Out Boy’s “Young Volcanoes.” He also announced that he has teamed up with Patrick Stump on a new song titled “Peacock Strut.” Check out the official statement and watch a video of the cover after the jump! Buy concert tickets and purchase a CD here.   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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Heartless Breakers “Bitter Melodies” Stream

Matt Mascarenas (formerly of Daytraders) has formed a new band, called Heartless Breakers. Their debut track, “Bitter Melodies” is now available for streaming exclusively from Property Of Zack via Soundcloud. The band will be playing their first show tomorrow in Salt Lake City, Utah. Be sure to follow @hrtlssbrkrs  on Twitter for all the latest updates.       Please follow and like us:

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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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Interview: Alabaster

Infectious Magazine chats with Alabaster about their upcoming album, SXSW, and what albums changed their life. Check it out after the jump, and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Paramore: ‘Paramore’

After a tumultuous couple of years, Paramore is back with the release of their new, self-titled album. Since the exit of guitarist and drummer, brothers Josh and Zac Farro, the band has not released any full-length albums. However, with only two original members still in the game, Paramore’s fourth album clearly gives a complete reinvention. The trio—consisting of Hayley Williams on vocals, Jeremy Davis on bass, and Taylor York on guitar—has provided a new sound as the soundtrack to Paramore’s next chapter. Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Senses Fail ‘Renacer’

While most pop-punk/post-hardcore bands faded into a niche created by droves of teenage fans in the latter days of the new millennium, Senses Fail have stepped up and completely shattered any sort of presumptions associated with their music. “Renacer,” meaning “to be reborn” in Spanish is the perfect title for such an eye opening transformation. From the first chugged chord to the last ring of a cymbal, Senses Fail have cemented their own feet into a position not normally graced by their contemporaries. Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Tim Chaisson ‘The Other Side’

Tim Chaisson is truly a rarity. I know that there are many singer/songwriter artists, but to hear one with such a classic sound, I can only listen on in awe. From the beginning of the album to the end, it’s like stepping back in time; the nostalgia that hits you as you listen to his album The Other Side is astounding. There’s something about the melodies and the heart-felt way that he pours out his soul that makes it feel almost vintage. Listening to The Other Side can only be…

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