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10 debut records from 2001 that still crush 20 years later

It's truly mind-blowing to believe that 2001 was really 20 years ago. The beginning of the 2000s was a strange time. We had the beginning...
best punk goes pop covers

Here are the top 50 ‘Punk Goes Pop’ covers of all time

Fearless Records’ famous Punk Goes… franchise has certainly come a long way since its first installment in 2000. Genre discrepancies aside, it’s impossible to...
best closing album tracks

20 scene closing album tracks that you should always skip to first

Sometimes you have to finish before you start. While streaming and playlists have killed the album experience for some, there are plenty of other...
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10 songs you forgot you had on your Myspace player

We spend a lot of time regularly thinking back to the good old days when we’d devote hours to working on our Myspace pages...

Memorial show for Jon Bunch (Sense Field/Further Seems Forever) announced

On June 25, the TLA in Philadelphia, PA will host a memorial show for Jon Bunch (Sense Field, Further Seems Forever), featuring performances from...

Former Further Seems Forever, Sense Field singer Jon Bunch passes away

An Instagram post from Rise Records president Craig Ericson reports Sense Field vocalist Jon Bunch has died. The post can be seen below. Bunch became the vocalist of Sense Field...

The 11 Best Punk Goes Pop Songs

With six volumes and over 80 songs to its name, Punk Goes Pop has become quite a staple in our scene. From the classics...

“It’s definitely something I regret”—Jason Gleason speaks about departure from Further Seems Forever

In Further Seems Forever's decade-plus existence, they've gone through a handful of vocalists including Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba. However, the Jason Gleason era is...

Further Seems Forever to perform at 2016’s Self Help Fest with ‘How To Start...

Further Seems Forever's social media presence saw some activity today and it's been revealed that the band will be performing at next year's Self...

Track By Track: War Generation, ‘Start Somewhere Never Surrender’

Jon Bunch (Sense Field, Further Seems Forever) and  Brad Lehmann (Maylene & The Sons of Disaster) joined forces this year to form War Generation,...