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Silverstein dive into “Madness” with rapper Princess Nokia on collab track
Silverstein dive into “Madness” with rapper Princess Nokia on collab track
Silverstein are set to release their ninth full-length album A Beautiful Place To Drown this Friday (March 6) and they're delivering another new track from the record titled "Madness." The song features guest vocals from New York rapper Princess Nokia who notably cites numerous metal and hardcore bands as an influence on her music. Read More: C... Read More ...
Can you guess this Underoath video from a single screenshot?
Can you guess this Underoath video from a single screenshot?
Underoath have seen their share of change, from breakups to important members stepping away to a different sound on every album they’ve put out since Spencer Chamberlain joined them on 2004’s They’re Only Chasing Safety.  Before Chamberlain and They’re Only Chasing Safety, though, there was Dallas Taylor and The Changing Of Times (along with two other albums). The Changing Of Times was U... Read M
The best acoustic renditions of heavy songs if you’re tired of breakdowns
The best acoustic renditions of heavy songs if you’re tired of breakdowns
We love to keep it heavy with face-melting solos and excruciating screams. But sometimes it’s important to unplug the amps and let the emotions pour out from the soul—even if you’re too “metal” for that.   Featuring Slipknot and Bring Me The Horizon, here are 10 acoustic renditions of heavy songs you need to check out.  Read more: Slipknot fans think they ... Read More ...
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Starting June 29-30 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Vans Warped Tour will hold its final high-decibel celebrations of punk rock and youth culture. Once the traveling roadshow returns to Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, July 20 and 21, founder Kevin Lyman’s great touring experiment will become a part of rock ’n’ roll history, much like how Grateful Dead tours were for the hipp

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