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Holy Wars – “Orphan”

“Orphan” is the stunning second single from Holy Wars’ forthcoming debut EP Mother, which will be available June 30.

Mocklove – “Soots”

Mocklove released a new music video for SOOTS, taken from their EP It's a Sacred Privilege to Walk Someone Home.

Stepson – “Come With Me”

Brisbane's Stepson released a music video for their new single “Come With Me,” which is about “the constant self-deprecation you face when you think you aren't good enough for some one you truly care about,” vocalist Brock Conry explains.

Fickle Friends – “Glue”

Fickle Friends released the first single, “Glue,” the title track from their forthcoming EP, due out August 11.

Sleeptalk – “Young”

Electro-pop quintet Sleeptalk released a music video for a new version of their single “Young” after signing with Artery Recordings, who will be releasing their debut full-length July 28.

Powerflo – “Where I Stay”

Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog started a side project called Powerflo, made up of a who’s who list of musicians including Sen, downset guitarist Rogelio “Roy” Lozano, Biohazard vocalist and guitarist Billy Graziadei, ex-Fear Factory bassist Christian Olde Wolbers, and Worst drummer Fernando Schaefer. The band released their self-titled debut, Powerflo, June 23.

Coffee Project – “Wasted Love”

Acoustic duo Coffee Project, featuring Jake Crown (Savage Brewtality) and Buddy Schaub (Less Than Jake), released their EP, Wasted Love, featuring the title track above.

Hundred Suns – “Last Apology”

Hundred Suns, the trio featuring Cory Brandan (Norma Jean), Ryan Leger (Every Time I Die) and Chris LeMasters (Dead & Divine), premiered “Last Apology,” the first song from their debut album, The Prestaliis.

Alvarez Kings – “Get Up And Move On”

Sheffield, UK quartet Alvarez Kings released their new song, “Get Up And Move On,” which you’re bound to be blast all weekend long.

The Melvins – “What’s Wrong With You”

The Melvins released their new song “What’s Wrong With You,” featuring vocals from Steven McDonald (Redd Kross/OFF!) and That Dog's Anna Waronker. The track is taken from their double album, A Walk With Love & Death, set to be released July 7.

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