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The Story So Far Frontman Announces Hardcore Project

Parker Cannon, frontman of The Story So Far, has announced that he will be releasing a free demo for his hardcore-based project, Snarl, this weekend. You can check out what Cannon had to say about the project below. The Story So Far is getting ready to tour with The Wonder Years, Modern Baseball, and Gnarwolves this October. You can buy concert tickets here or purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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Reason Behind Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties

Dan (Soupy) Campbell of The Wonder Years is working on a side project under the name of Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties, and he’ll soon be releasing a new album called We Don’t Have Each Other. In a great interview with Fuse, Soupy discussed the project in all its forms. Read a snippet about why the side project exists below, after the jump. Want to hear more from The Wonder Years’s lead vocalist in anticipation of this solo album? If you’d like to purchase a CD, you can pre-order…

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Gerard Way To Write Song For New Movie, ‘Tusk’

A tweet from actor Kevin Smith today mentions Gerard Way’s work on a song for an upcoming movie, Tusk. The horror movie is about a podcast host who goes missing on the search to find him. Way’s song will be used in the closing of the film. You can check the tweet out after the jump. This news gives fans of Gerard Way a bit of hope after he released a statement earlier this week pertaining to him separating himself from My Chemical Romance. Hopefully it’s a sign of future…

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WATCH: Bleachers Release “I Wanna Get Better” Music Video

Fun. member, Jack Antonoff, has released a new music video with his side project, Bleachers. The single was produced by John Hill and is from the bands debut album which will be released later this year. The music video was directed by Antonoff’s girlfriend. You can check out the video below. For additional information on Bleachers, you can visit the band’s Facebook page here. You can also purchase their single on iTunes here.  And to be one of the first to hear the band perform live, you can buy concert tickets to Firefly…

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‘Can I Say: Living Large, Cheating Death, and Drums, Drums, Drums’ Travis Barker Autobiography

Travis Barker of Blink-182 will be releasing an autobiography on June 24 with William Morrow. The book will be co-authored by Gavin Edwards. You can read a synopsis of the book, titled Can I Say: Living Large, Cheating Death, and Drums, Drums, Drums, below. Blink-182 is set to headline the Reading & Leeds festivals this August. To see them there, you can buy concert tickets here. In the meantime, check out some of their music and purchase a CD here.   Please follow and like us:

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Brandon Boyd Releases Song From New Solo Project, Sons Of The Sea

Brandon Boyd (lead singer of Incubus if you don’t know) already has a solo album out, 2010’s The Wild Trapeze, but for his next release instead of just using his own name he has named his solo project, Sons of the Sea. He has a four-track EP titled Compass set to be released on June 25 via Avow Records. Boyd has made one of his new songs, “Where All The Songs Come From,” available for listen through Soundcloud. Have a first listen to the newest release by Brandon Boyd, “Where All The…

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We Came As Romans’ Kyle Pavone Releases New Mix

We Came As Romans vocalist Kyle Pavone has released a new mix of one of his songs from his electronic project. The track is part of The World Champ EP Pavone, under the name Secoya, released. Check out a tweet from Pavone after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Mayday Parade Members Start Side Project, Truth Or Consequence

A few members of Mayday Parade have started a side project called Truth Or Consequence. You can check out a tweet from Brooke Betts below. Follow me @jeremylenzo and @alexandrakees new band “Truth or Consequence”@truthorcons.We will be releasing music and other content all month — Brooks Betts (@brooksbetts) November 24, 2012   Please follow and like us:

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