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Yellowcard Announce Final Tour And Album

It’s always a sad day when we have to say goodbye to some of our musical icons. Today, an announcement was made from another legacy favorite, Yellowcard, that their next album and tour will be the band’s last, and want to give the fans a great farewell experience. In the band statement, it is highlighted as a very bittersweet moment for the band, but a decision that they knew it was the right time. Putting this into words hasn’t been easy. When saying farewell, it is hard to know where…

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Rock AM Ring/Rock IM Park Announce 18 New Acts

Earlier today, 18 new artists and bands were announced for Rock AM Ring to join Foo Fighters, The Prodigy and Slipknot. Read on to find out who Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: Neck Deep ‘Wishful Thinking’

The U.K. pop-punk band Neck Deep have streamed their brand new, debut album, Wishful Thinking, soon to be released via L.A.’s infamous Hopeless Records  — the label that brought you Yellow Card, Avenged Sevenfold, All Time Low and many more. After the album is released on Jan. 13, the band will hit the U.S. with a tour in February. Buy concert tickets here, get your pre-order in so you can purchase a CD here and, meanwhile, stream the album after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Fred Mascherino Reflects On Taking Back Sunday

Fred Mascherino, ex-guitarist and co-vocalist of Taking Back Sunday, recently posted a blog reflecting on his time with the band. You can check out the blog post titled, “A Decade Under The Influence” after the jump. Mascherino joined the band ten years ago this week, and left the band in October of 2007. He then went on to focus on his solo project, The Color Fred, before putting it on hold to give his full attention to his current band, Terrible Things. In 2010, Taking Back Sunday’s  Tell All Your Friends-era…

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