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Pure Noise Records Sign No Bragging Rights

Pure Noise Records has recently signed No Bragging Rights. They were originally the first band to sign to the Pure Noise label in 2009.No Bragging Rights is a melodic/hardcore band from Riverside, California formed in 1999 by vocalist, Mike Perez. Pure Noise Records is based in Berkeley, CA and was founded in 2009. Some of the other bands signed to the label are The Story So Far, Handguns, State Champs, and many more. To date No Bragging Rights has released three full length albums and two EP’s which you can…

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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK #24

Happy Friday Infectious readers! This might sound crazy to obsessed music fans like us but studies have shown that there are happy, healthy people in the world who do not enjoy music! NPR discusses the strange but true topic here. The article explains that studies have shown that some people are indifferent and lack the ability to gain pleasure from music, although they can receive pleasure from other things in life, such as money and sex. After you read the article, be sure to test your music sensitivity with a short…

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Interviews Metal News Rock 

VAULT INTERVIEW: Coheed & Cambria

Back in 2013, we had the pleasure of interviewing Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria. With the audio a little wonky, we were hesitant to release, but with such an overwhelming (not to mention flattering!) demand from fans, we’ve made the decision to release this one from the vault. Now, we are proud to finally reveal that audio, and let fans inside Stever’s mind as we discuss everything from fads of the industry (hint: Rock Band) to the band’s previous tour with Balance and Composure. Claudio’s dog even makes an…

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Interviews News 

INTERVIEW: Jimmy Eat World

Infectious Magazine had the pleasure of interviewing Jimmy Eat World bassist Rick Burch to discuss the band’s new album, Damage, mom and pop record stores, bucket list wishes, and the one question he wishes you’d ask. Check it out after the jump, purchase a CD or vinyl of Damage or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Interview: Frank Turner

  Infectious Magazine had the pleasure of interviewing Frank Turner outside his Northampton, MA tour date to discuss the evolution of music, if there’d ever be another Rock ‘n Roll movement, nostalgia, and his new album, Tape Deck Heart. Check it out after the jump. You can purchase a CD or vinyl of Tape Deck Heart here and buy concert tickets for upcoming tour dates here. Please follow and like us:

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Interview: Davenport Cabinet

  Infectious Magazine had the pleasure of chatting with Travis Stever, of Davenport Cabinet and Coheed and Cambria to chat about passion, soul, vinyl and Davenport Cabinet’s latest release, Our Machine. Check it out after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Interview: The Glass Child

  Infectious Magazine recently had the pleasure of interviewing Charlotte Eriksson AKA The Glass Child. We chat about  everything from her debut full length, I’d Like To Remain A Mystery to her favorite Disney character and literature. Check it out after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Life On Hold Self-Titled Album Review

Let me start by saying, I’ve been jamming along to Life On Hold for the past 5, almost 6 years. In 2010 Infectious Magazine had the pleasure of booking our first ever show with some of our favorite bands. When putting together our ideal lineup it was an instant recognition that it was not to be complete without the addition of indie rock outfit, Life On Hold. That same mindset has held steady throughout their career. No playlist, no show consideration, no weekly rotation of our favorite tracks, has ever…

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Sum 41 “Does This Look Infected?” Tour Set List

Sum 41 are currently on their “Does This Look Infected?” tour. Check out the set list below. The Hell Song Over My Head (Better Off Dead) My Direction Still Waiting A.N.I.C. No Brains All Messed Up Mr. Amsterdam Thanks For Nothing Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condroid Billy Spleen Hooch Motivation In Too Deep We’re All To Blame Walking Disaster Screaming Bloody Murder Skumfuk Underclass Hero We Will Rock You (Queen Cover) Fat Lip Pain For Pleasure Please follow and like us:

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Go Radio Interview

We had the pleasure of interviewing frontman Jason Lancaster of Go Radio during their first year on Warped Tour about everything from childhood memories to recurring nightmares. Infectious Magazine: Would you mind introducing yourself? Go Radio: I’m Jason Lancaster, I sing and play guitar for Go Radio. IM: You’ve talked about “Goodnight Moon” reflecting on being a child and better times-what are some of your most cherished childhood memories? GR: Lets see. This is going to sound really bad, because all my cherished memories are ones that are kind of…

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