News Post-hardcore 

STREAM: The Color Morale “Walls”

The Color Morale announced their new album, Desolate Divine, which will be released on August 19 through Fearless Records. In anticipation of the release, the post-hardcore band began streaming the album’s lead single, “Walls.” The mesmerising song isn’t as loud and raspy as the band’s older music. The song talks about battling with one’s own demons with lyrics: “I built these walls to keep the outside world from me, and I’ll fight to stay in the hell of my own mind it’s safer on the inside.” Stream the song, along…

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STREAM: Coleman Hell “Flowerchild”

 Coleman Hell is a singer, songwriter, and producer, who has just released a new single titled “Flowerchild.”  It’s pop track with electronic elements and his smooth voice accompanies catchy lyrics that will leave the song stuck in your head for days. The Toronto, Ontario native went on his first U.S. tour throughout March and April after finishing 2015 with a string of festival dates in the U.S. and Canada. He joined the Canadian leg of Twenty One Pilot’s spring tour as a supporting act. You can purchase a CD here…

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Alternative News 

STREAM: Tourists – “Quiet Room”

Today, UK alternative band Tourists released their brand new single “Quiet Room.” This dreamy, synth-driven tune will definitely be one of your go-to summer jams! With a run time of just over six minutes, which includes a very interesting spoken word part around the three and half minute mark, you’re treated to a very complex song with strong vocals and fun, yet intriguing, instrumentals. You can check out the full song after the jump! Tourists will be playing shows throughout the summer, including their very first headliner on July 1st. To see…

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News Post-hardcore 

STREAM: Emarosa “Miracle”

Emarosa released a new single “Miracle,” along with an accompanying music video. The single is off the band’s upcoming Hopeless Records release, 131 due on July 8. The song features strong vocals, boisterous choruses, and a chilling tale of a love that is fading away. “I feel our miracle fade in you, I feel that miracle fade watching you die a little,” sings frontman Bradley Walden. The video, on the other hand, shows a man who drank a little too much alcohol, stumbling around a bar with a heavy heart. Watch it…

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News Post-hardcore 

STREAM: Capsize “I Think It’s Best We Don’t Talk Anymore”

California post-hardcore band, Capsize released a new song titled “I Think It’s Best We Don’t Talk Anymore.” The track is off the group’s upcoming album, A Reintroduction: The Essence of All That Surrounds Me, which will hit stores on July 22. Check out the kickin’ new song, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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News Post-hardcore 

STREAM: Vanna “Mutter”

Boston hardcore band, Vanna, released a new song titled “Mutter.” The track is off the group’s upcoming July release titled All Hell. The introspective song is about battling one’s demons and essentially shutting them up. “Stop listening to what they say, they’re here to break you, don’t let them take you,” sings vocalist and guitarist Joel Pastuszak. Stream the song, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section. The band will spend the summer on the road with the Vans Warped Tour. To hear more from…

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Metal News 

WATCH: Set On End “Dissent” Music Video

Artery Records announced the signing of Auckland, New Zealand metal outfit, Set On End. The band’s debut album, The Dark Beyond, will be available on July 15 through the label. In anticipation of the release, the band released a music video for their song “Dissent,” which you can watch, below. To hear more from Set On End, you can purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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Alternative Electronica Indie News 

STREAM: Darla And The Blonde “In Admiration of the Female Spy”

Darla And The Blonde are gearing up to release their debut EP Eugenia on Friday, May 20. In anticipation of the EP, the band released two tracks, “In Admiration of the Female Spy” and “Hexenhammer.” “In Admiration of the Female Spy” is a melodic track that plays on the intricacies of female empowerment while “Hexenhammer” takes on a more gothic approach to songwriting as the protagonist in the story dabbles in the dark arts. The five-piece band have their own distinct brand of indie-rock, that is a mixture of alternative goth, pop…

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News Pop Punk 

WATCH: Real Friends “Mess” Music Video

In anticipation of their upcoming full-length, The Home Inside My Head, pop-punk band, Real Friends released a single titled “Mess.” The self-declared Illinois sad boys,  share the same angsty sentiments in this song as we’ve seen in their previous releases. Frontman Dan Lambton sings, “I’m still a lost boy. Last year I was a trainwreck, now I’m just a mess.” Every once in a while, Real Friends reference other bands in their songs. They’ve mentioned Jimmy Eat World in “Skin Deep” and American Football in “Home For Fall,” and now their latest single talks about Death…

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Blink 182 News Pop Punk 

Blink-182 Announce New Album & Tour, Debut New Track

Blink-182 are back in the studio after nearly five years. California will be their seventh album and the first without founding member Tom DeLonge. (Last year, drummer Travis Barker and bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus issued a statement saying DeLonge decided to “indefinitely” leave the band.) In a tell-all interview with Rolling Stone‘s Patrick Doyle, DeLonge revealed he was completely blindsided by their decision to remove him from the trio. “If they would have come to me and said, ‘Hey, you’re really busy right now. We really want to do something, maybe we should get someone to fill in,’ or something, I would have…

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