We get it. Age of Ignorance, Our Last Night‘s third studio release with Epitaph Records, is nothing like their debut The Ghosts Among Us (2004) or their sophomore powerhouse We Will All Evolve (2008). Frontman Trevor Wentworth swaps his guttural screams to join his brother, singer and guitarist Matt Wentworth, on boring melodies that never lead to the gut-wrenching breakdowns you’ve come to… Read more »
Pop music is in. We live in a world where this genre is often regarded as mainstream, yet, you can’t help but wonder how those catchy lyrics made their way into your head. Don’t lie about liking it. If you are, the only person you’re lying to is yourself. For The After Party, they’re about… Read more »
Say Anything’s new album is all about breaking things down. Having left RCA for Equal Vision Records and slightly altered their band lineup, the guys are back with Anarchy, My Dear, an album that brims with confidence and breaks things down both thematically, with its rebellious undertones, and musically, with its return to a more… Read more »
In only two short years since forming, the DIY-band, 5-piece pop-rockers RadioDriveBy have made a name for themselves, haven performed with bands such as Forever the Sickest Kids, He Is We, This Century, and The Dangerous Summer, and are due to drop their second EP On Your Way, this Friday, March 2, at midnight. From… Read more »
A tiny girl from a tiny town in Oklahoma making sure her voice is heard. Let it be known, this “little girl” packs quite the punch.
Just when all hope of ending 2011 auto tune and dub step free seemed lost, a light at the end of tunnel appeared to remind us what good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll sounds like. That light is My Girl Friday. Their new EP, American Kids, is a breath of fresh air in a smoke-filled room…. Read more »
Just when we all thought rock and roll was somewhat of a lost cause, The Maine released Pioneer. A thirteen track full length, Pioneer is a record that has been a long time coming for The Maine. The opening track,”Identify,” sneaks up on its listener quietly and slowly, but after about thirty seconds (and the… Read more »
Hot Chelle Rae, winners of the Best New Artist Award on the American Music Awards, are currently celebrating the release of their sophomore album, Whatever. Don’t be fooled by the false advertising—this record is a collection of anything but “whatever” kind of music. And while these 11 tracks are set to dominate ears of fans everywhere,… Read more »