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WATCH : Picturesque ‘Unannounced’

Rock outfit Picturesque are currently out promoting their tour with Secrets throughout September and October, but for the fans, the band always has something special up their sleeves. After releasing their debut LP, Back to Beautiful earlier this year on July 14, 2017 through Equal Vision, the boys from Houston, TX are making a name for themselves within the scene. Lead and characterized by Kyle Hollis‘ vocal range, Picturesque are using their own influences within the scene to artistically blend elements from hard rock and pop alike in their sound. While gearing up…

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ALBUM REVIEW: LILAC LUNGS ‘EVENTIDE’

Detroit born and formed, Lilac Lungs are bringing a bold new sound to the genre. Formed in 2015, they’ve opened for big names such as Emarosa, Slaves, and The Orphan, The Poet. From the beginning, they’ve grown and found their own specialty in what they do. Their sound is something similar to what you might hear on the radio but with lyrics that aren’t afraid to stand out and drive right into your heart. The words will make you think twice and see a new perspective. Eventide will make you rethink the way that pop-electro…

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Slaves Announce Breakup

In wake of a successful headlining tour and the departure of guitarist Alex Lyman, Slaves have announced they are breaking up. There has not been any formal statement regarding why the group is dissolving, however, it is definitely the end of the line. The group posted on Twitter that their performance in Santa Cruz will be their last as a band. Check out their statement after the jump! You can buy a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: So What?! Music Festival – Grand Prairie, Texas

Nestled between Fort Worth and Dallas, in humble Grand Prairie, Texas, So What?! Music Festival provides an alternative twist to the busy spring break crowd. The 9th annual So What?! Music Festival took place on Saturday and Sunday, March 19-20 at QuikTrip Park. Gates opened at 11 a.m. each morning, and fans were greeted with tents from over a handful organizations including Headliners, Plug Your Holes, Fireball Whiskey, Merch Now, and more. Considering the festival was in during the hottest part of the year in Texas, fans were pleased to see that the region…

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WATCH: Slaves New Single “Cheer Up London”

UK Kent Duo Slaves have just unveiled a new single in the form of “Cheer Up London”. They’re fresh, exciting and have an old school Punk sound that’s a little few and far between these days. The new single comes from their forthcoming album Are You Satisfied, which is released June 1. It can be pre-ordered here. Slaves are also set to hit the road for their first headline tour in the UK. Hit read more to see dates and to catch the new video. Please follow and like us:

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LIVE REVIEW: Never Say Never Festival, Mission, Texas

The seventh annual Never Say Never Festival in Mission, Texas brought in A Skylit Drive, Dance Gavin Dance, Attila and more to create a two-day event jam packed with music, mosh pits and crowdsurfers. Please follow and like us:

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Slaves Guitarist Jonathan Wolfe “Ditched in Texas”

Almost halfway into Slaves‘s spring tour, rhythm guitarist Jonathan Wolfe has already worn out his welcome. In a now-deleted Facebook post, Wolfe claimed to have been ditched by his bandmates during their current tour. Check out what the guitarist posted below the jump as well as rebuttals from vocalist Jonny Craig. The band, or what is left of the band is currently on the Hold On Pain Ends Tour alongside The Color Morale, Vanna and Alive Like Me. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like…

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STREAM: Jonny Craig Reveals Surprise Album

Jonny Craig (Slaves frontman) dropped an album completely out of the blue today. Its called The Le Cube Sessions and can you stream it right here. You can also purchase the album here. Why can’t this sort of thing happen all the time? To catch Jonny on the road with Slaves, tour dates and tickets are available here.   Please follow and like us:

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Metal News 

WATCH: The Color Morale ‘Hold On Pain Ends’ Tour Trailer

The Color Morale has released a trailer for the upcoming Hold On Pain Ends Tour this spring. The band will be headlining the tour and will be joined on the road by Slaves, Vanna, and Favorite Weapon. Get pumped for the shows by checking out the clip and a full list of dates below! The metalcore act will be out on the road in support of their fourth record, Hold On Pain Ends, which was released last September. Fans can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow…

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