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STREAM: Nine Inch Nails “Find My Way” (Radio Rip)

Industrial hard rock group Nine Inch Nails have been debuting more and more music by the day from their upcoming album Hesitation Marks, and last night Trent Reznor and company added another to the list.  The song, titled “Find My Way,” was debuted live at the band’s performance at the Fuji Rocks Festival back on July 26, but the studio version was finally revealed yesterday evening on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show.  The song is significantly more reminiscent of the band’s signature style than the previous radio rip, “Everything.” Stream…

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STREAM: Rise Against “Sight Unseen”

Hard rock group Rise Against has released a new rarity from its upcoming collection Long Forgotten Songs.  The song is called “Sight Unseen” and was revealed earlier today by Revolver Magazine.  Stream the audio after the jump.  The b-sides and rarities collection will be available in stores September 10, but pre-order bundles can be reserved here. You can buy concert tickets or purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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Cristofer Drew (Never Shout Never) Writing New Songs

Cristofer Drew, frontman of indie rock group Never Shout Never, revealed today in an email response that he has written twenty songs for his upcoming planned solo LP. He also talked about the band’s new material, even though the group is just a month and a half removed from it’s fifth studio album Sunflower. Full message from Drew can be read after the jump. You can buy concert tickets or purchase a CD here.   Please follow and like us:

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Paramore Takes Gold At Teen Choice Awards

After two years, Paramore rocked the stage August 11th at the Teen Choice Awards. They performed their second single, “Still Into You” from their 2013 album of the same name. You can purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here. Not only did they receive a huge round of applause, but they also took home the famous Teen Choice Award surfboard for Choice Rock Group, beating out groups such as Imagine Dragons and Mumford and Sons. This award came after replacing their founding drummer, Zac Farro, with current Nine Inch Nails…

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The Dangerous Summer Recovered Footage

Maryland-bred rock group The Dangerous Summer drummer Cody Payne has announced that DVD footage thought to be gone forever has been found. The footage is from a Kickstarter project started by the band more than a year ago. Check out a tweet from The Dangerous Summer after the jump and purchase a CD here. View tour dates and buy concert tickets here.     Please follow and like us:

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AFI To Release New Song “I Hope You Suffer”

After weeks of unsettling black and white teaser videos, AFI will finally be releasing some new music in the form of a new single entitled “I Hope You Suffer.”  The song was discovered on Amazon by fans of the rock group, and since it was not revealed by the band itself, very little is known about the song and its connection to the band’s upcoming ninth album.  The single will be available next Tuesday, July 23, here on Amazon. Buy concert tickets and purchase a CD here. Please follow and…

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We The Kings “Find You There” Lyric Video

We the Kings have released a lyric video for their song “Find You There,” the second single released from their upcoming album.  You can find the video after the jump. The next single, “Any Other Way,” is expected to arrive later this month. You can buy concert tickets for the band’s ongoing tour, where they will be playing their new material, here. Please follow and like us:

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Deerhunter Announce New Album ‘Monomania’

Indie rock group Deerhunter will be releasing their new full length album Monomania on May 7th. Check out the song listings after the jump! Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Hunter Valentine “Collide and Conquer”

  Hunter Valentine is a pop-solid rock group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada embarking on their latest studio offerings, Collide and Conquer out October 23rd, and conquer they very well do. At first impression with opener and first single “Liar Liar,” the foot lay heavy on the gas and the album is set into overdrive. Though it takes a bit to find its hook and set its feet on solid ground, they land a K.O. punch of a chorus just before the 0:45 second mark. By track two, they ease up…

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