• British punk band Grade 2 released their new song and video for “Doing Time”. The straightforward thrasher comes with a powerful shout-along-hook and straight lyrics, which denounce the banalities of nine-to-five everyday work. The band draws parallels to a life behind bars and uses effective rolling lines like “I’m just a number in the system with a lifetime parole….“. The [Read More]
  • Off Lights just released their very first single and video “Back To Life”. Singer Julian Ticano Cuba processes a depressive episode with this song, which is visualized in an impressive music video. Off Lights is a new band from Berlin, Germany, which combines modern rock with catchy pop melodies. Band members Julian Ticona Cuba (vocals), Thorsten Schäfer (guitar), and Sascha [Read More]
  • Pop-punk band Magnolia Park from Florida just shared another track “Addison Rae”.  It follows their latest releases “I Should Have Listened To My Friends” and “Don’t Be Racist“. Guitarist Tristan Torres said on the song “Addison Rae” brings you back to the height of 2000’s Pop-Punk with its infectious chorus and unbelievably catchy lyrics that make you want to learn [Read More]
  • Australia-based rock band Press Club released their brand new single “I Can Change” from their upcoming, self-produced record “Endless Motion”, which will be out October 14th via Hassle Records. ” “I Can Change” is about constantly being on the road, and needing to slow down/stay still because of the challenges it brings, emotionally and physically – fighting that feeling and [Read More]
  • It’s been 15 years since the last record from Armor For Sleep, but the band has remained a staple of many of their fans’ daily listening routine. Last Friday, the seminal post-hardcore act made their highly-anticipated return with “The Rain Museum”, a 12-song collection that is equal part beautiful and devastating. The band also shared their new single “New Rainbows”. [Read More]

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Grade 2 release new song “Doing Time”

September 20, 2022

British punk band Grade 2 released their new song and video for “Doing Time”. The straightforward thrasher comes with a powerful shout-along-hook and straight lyrics, which denounce the banalities of nine-to-five everyday work. The band draws parallels to a life behind bars and uses effective rolling lines like “I’m just a number in the system with a lifetime parole….“. The song is the perfect addition to every skate soundtrack and a hymn for punk fans of all generations. It’s directed to everyone that can relate to the general contempt for the current business world. The band adds: “With a wink, but like a punch to the gut ,”Doing Time” is our answer to the dead end of the nine to five hamster wheel.” Childhood friends Sid Ryan (vocals, bass), Jacob Hull (drums) and Jack Chatfield (guitar, vocals) started the band at the age of 14 and celebrated their craft with covers of The Clash and The Jam before they refined their own sound and songs. A European tour as support for Stomper 98 resulted in [Read More]

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NEW MUSIC – Off Lights share first single “Back To Life”

September 18, 2022

Off Lights just released their very first single and video “Back To Life”. Singer Julian Ticano Cuba processes a depressive episode with this song, which is visualized in an impressive music video. Off Lights is a new band from Berlin, Germany, which combines modern rock with catchy pop melodies. Band members Julian Ticona Cuba (vocals), Thorsten Schäfer (guitar), and Sascha Dürr (drums), found each other during the pandemic to write music that deals with everyday struggles, longings, and motivating lyrics of self-improvement. Singer Julian adds refreshing melodic pop melodies to heavy riffs and songwriting of Thorsten, where a sound is created, that is powerful, honest, and full of passion. Off Lights will release their debut-EP “Back To Life” in 2023. The songs have been recorded and produced in Stockholm by Dino Medanhodzic (Normandie, Imminence, Smashed To Pieces). “Back To Life” is about a feeling, that many of us have probably lived through. When the air gets too thin, the room too small, and everything around gets dark, we often are the only ones that can [Read More]

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Magnolia Park share new single & video for “Addison Rae”

September 18, 2022

Pop-punk band Magnolia Park from Florida just shared another track “Addison Rae”.  It follows their latest releases “I Should Have Listened To My Friends” and “Don’t Be Racist“. Guitarist Tristan Torres said on the song “Addison Rae” brings you back to the height of 2000’s Pop-Punk with its infectious chorus and unbelievably catchy lyrics that make you want to learn every word.” Since forming in Orlando, Florida, in 2019, the six-piece act—vocalist Joshua Roberts, guitarists Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, bassist Jared Kay, drummer Joe Horsham and keyboardist Vincent Ernst—have released an EP, mixtape and handful of singles and toured with everyone from Sum 41 to Simple Plan as a way to bring their upbeat brand of pop-punk to the masses. While Magnolia Park’s music is at times lighthearted, the diverse act are also serious about spreading a message of inclusivity and inspiring other kids like them to start bands as a form of creative expression. “Our goal when we’re together is to make sure the next generation doesn’t have to face as much racial [Read More]

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Press Club release new single & video for “I Can Change”

September 18, 2022

Australia-based rock band Press Club released their brand new single “I Can Change” from their upcoming, self-produced record “Endless Motion”, which will be out October 14th via Hassle Records. ” “I Can Change” is about constantly being on the road, and needing to slow down/stay still because of the challenges it brings, emotionally and physically – fighting that feeling and wishing you could change cause it all you ever dreamt about. Then BAM, covid comes along, smacks you in the face and takes it all away from you! And obviously you’ll never take it for granted again, if you ever get it back cause it’s everything you ever wanted.” says Natalie Foster (singer) about the new song. Brave, energetic, and expansive, the idea of motion has always been central to the Press Club-ethos. Having made music together for 12 years, the Melbourne-based punk rock four-piece rejects stagnancy, constantly pushing to change and thrive in a scene that largely stays the same. “Endless Motion” is the ultimate artistic statement about the past three years – a [Read More]

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Armor For Sleep – new album “The Rain Museum” out NOW

September 11, 2022

It’s been 15 years since the last record from Armor For Sleep, but the band has remained a staple of many of their fans’ daily listening routine. Last Friday, the seminal post-hardcore act made their highly-anticipated return with “The Rain Museum”, a 12-song collection that is equal part beautiful and devastating. The band also shared their new single “New Rainbows”. About two months ago, the band released their first new song in 15 years. “How Far Apart” is an evocative anthem sure to leave fans feeling it in the pit of their stomach as lead singer, Ben Jorgensen, belts “you used to be my home, I found you in my bones” in the track’s immediately addictive chorus. “How Far Apart” is full of the emotive, hard-hitting drums and reverb-soaked guitars that were so pivotal to the success of “What To Do When You Are Dead”, but with the maturity, one would expect from an artist of Jorgensen’s caliber after years refining his craft. For the official video, which debuted alongside the song, Armor For Sleep [Read More]

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Thrice share new single “Open Your Eyes And Dream”

September 20, 2022

California rock band Thrice released their latest single “Open Your Eyes And Dream” via Epitaph Records. Check it out: Frontman Dustin Kensrue about the new song: “It’s so very easy to believe that big systemic issues can’t change because we’ve lived with them our whole lives. But if you look back and zoom out a bit, it’s easy to see that this feeling of permeance and inevitability is just an illusion. Most things seem impossible until they happen. This song is about opening our eyes to that reality, and being willing to dream something better into existence.” Thrice will be out on a co-headliner tour with Coheed and Cambria in the UK and Europe in October. Get your tickets HERE. 14 Oct | Bristol, UK | O2 Academy [SOLD OUT] 15 Oct | Birmingham, UK | O2 Academy 16 Oct | London, UK | O2 Academy Brixton 18 Oct | Manchester, UK | Academy 19 Oct | Nottingham, UK | Rock City 20 Oct | Glasgow, UK | SWG3 Galvanizers 22 Oct | Antwerp, BE [Read More]

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Grade 2 release new song “Doing Time”

September 20, 2022

British punk band Grade 2 released their new song and video for “Doing Time”. The straightforward thrasher comes with a powerful shout-along-hook and straight lyrics, which denounce the banalities of nine-to-five everyday work. The band draws parallels to a life behind bars and uses effective rolling lines like “I’m just a number in the system with a lifetime parole….“. The song is the perfect addition to every skate soundtrack and a hymn for punk fans of all generations. It’s directed to everyone that can relate to the general contempt for the current business world. The band adds: “With a wink, but like a punch to the gut ,”Doing Time” is our answer to the dead end of the nine to five hamster wheel.” Childhood friends Sid Ryan (vocals, bass), Jacob Hull (drums) and Jack Chatfield (guitar, vocals) started the band at the age of 14 and celebrated their craft with covers of The Clash and The Jam before they refined their own sound and songs. A European tour as support for Stomper 98 resulted in [Read More]

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NEW MUSIC – Off Lights share first single “Back To Life”

September 18, 2022

Off Lights just released their very first single and video “Back To Life”. Singer Julian Ticano Cuba processes a depressive episode with this song, which is visualized in an impressive music video. Off Lights is a new band from Berlin, Germany, which combines modern rock with catchy pop melodies. Band members Julian Ticona Cuba (vocals), Thorsten Schäfer (guitar), and Sascha Dürr (drums), found each other during the pandemic to write music that deals with everyday struggles, longings, and motivating lyrics of self-improvement. Singer Julian adds refreshing melodic pop melodies to heavy riffs and songwriting of Thorsten, where a sound is created, that is powerful, honest, and full of passion. Off Lights will release their debut-EP “Back To Life” in 2023. The songs have been recorded and produced in Stockholm by Dino Medanhodzic (Normandie, Imminence, Smashed To Pieces). “Back To Life” is about a feeling, that many of us have probably lived through. When the air gets too thin, the room too small, and everything around gets dark, we often are the only ones that can [Read More]