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Artist Interview: Meet Me @ The Altar

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Artist Interview: Meet Me @ The Altar

We got a chance to speak to pop punk’s new powergroup, Meet Me @ The Altar this week (who will be supporting bloom. & Like Mike in a few weeks at the Soundbar in Orlando, Florida.) Each member hails from a different state from Florida to Georgia to New Jersey, so their tight-knit dynamic & professionalism is quite impressive. Check out our exclusive interview with guitarist, Téa Campbell, as we talk about the hardships of being a geographically spread-out band & what to expect from the group in the new year! Photo by: Leigh Ann Rodgers   All of you...

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Help Us Help Others with Grayscale

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Help Us Help Others with Grayscale

Our 2019 Sophomore Slump friends, Grayscale, have recently partnered with American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to remember the lead singer's cousin, Thomas Walsh, and to help others along the way. At their hometown show in Philadelphia last year, the band paid tribute to Thomas with an incredibly poignant yet uplifting performance of "Tommy's Song" from their latest album Nella Vita. Frontman, Collin Walsh, stood solo with a heavy heart for the first half of the song. By the bridge, the rest of the band and a gospel choir joined him on stage to help sing to the heavens, truly signifying that you are not alone....

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Green Day Drops Music Video for “Oh Yeah!”

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Green Day Drops Music Video for “Oh Yeah!”

Green Day tumbled down the YouTube rabbit hole in the video for “Oh Yeah!,” the next single on their upcoming album Father of All…  The video, directed by Malia James features autotune, glittery keyboard riffs, and Mike Dirnt as a lazy security guard.* The best way to tackle this track is to look at it as if this is a new band. Does it sound anything like Green Day did 10, let alone 15 years ago? Absolutely not. Will this still probably be one of those songs you Shazam this summer only to gasp and say “no fucking way?” yes....

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Four Year Strong Return With Two New Songs & Video

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Four Year Strong Return With Two New Songs & Video

Yesterday we reported on a mysterious sighting at UNIFY Gathering Festival that raised several questions for Four Year Strong Fans. Today we have more than a few answers. Four Year Strong have officially announced their fourth full-length album, Brain Pain, but if that’s not enough brace yourselves: at around noon EST, Four Year Strong dropped not one, but two new singles.  The first is “Brain Pain” the title track for their upcoming album.  The second is titled “Talking Myself in Circles” and is accompanied by a fun and exciting music video.   These releases mark the first new songs from...

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New Teaser Gives Four Year Strong Fans Brain Pains

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New Teaser Gives Four Year Strong Fans Brain Pains

It’s been a silent couple of years for Four Year Strong fans, but it seems the wait is over. Early today, Rock Sound published a photo on Facebook of a skrim at UNIFY Gathering Festival that reads: “FOUR YEAR STRONG, BRAIN PAIN.  NEW ALBUM OUT FEBUARY 28, 2020.” The skrim also contains graphic imagery that can be assumed to be album art. courtesy Wall Of Sound's Facebook page If this is any basis to go off of (and it probably is), that means we’ll have our first full-length Four Year Strong album in half a decade and it will be titled...

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