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10 debut records from 2001 that still crush 20 years later
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 of Myspace, the golden age of pop punk and plenty of questionable fashion choices. Read more: 10 vocalists who brought a unique sound to the 2000s scene It's also crazy to think about all the albums from 2001 being two decades old already...
20 scene closing album tracks that you should always skip to first
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 music fans who still clamor for the full record. The bands below found creative and inspiring ways to end their LPs with a song so strong, it remains the perfect closing statement to their batch of standout tracks...
10 songs you forgot you had on your Myspace player
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 and searching for new music to impress our friends. The social media website was instrumental in developing our music taste and connecting us with bands we still love today, such as Paramore, My Chemical Romance and Taking Back Sunday, but there were also some underrated gems.
Memorial show for Jon Bunch (Sense Field/Further Seems Forever) announced
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 Sense Field (with guest vocalists including Taking Back Sunday and the Starting Line), Further Seems Forever, Dave Smalley (full band, performing songs from Dag Nasty, All, Down By Law), Texas is the Reason (acoustic) and more. You ...
Further Seems Forever to perform at 2016’s Self Help Fest with ‘How To Start A Fire’ lineup
Further Seems Forever to perform at 2016’s Self Help Fest with ‘How To Start A Fire’ lineup
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 Help Festival in San Bernardino, California on March 19, 2016. However, original vocalist Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional) will not be included as the band will take the stage with singer Jason Gleason and the lineup from 2003 for their second alb
14 bands who changed one member and started fresh
14 bands who changed one member and started fresh
It’s rare nowadays that any band with a few releases (and a few hundred shows) under their belt hasn’t had a lineup change or two (or six, if you’re a metalcore band on Rise Records). But the following 14 bands didn’t just replace one member and soldier on; they started fresh as a brand new band, without relying on the back catalog of their former project. Some of these bands we ...
War Generation (Further Seems Forever, Sense Field) sign to Rise Records, LP details
War Generation (Further Seems Forever, Sense Field) sign to Rise Records, LP details
War Generation, a band consisting of members from Sense Field, Further Seems Forever and Reason To Believe have signed to Rise Records. The band's songwriter is Brad of Maylene and the Sons of Diaster as well. Rise Records posted a status on their Facebook today announcing the band joining their label: "Rise Records is excited to announce the signing of War Generation. This br... Read Mo
Twin Forks perform “Can’t Be Broken” acoustic
Twin Forks perform “Can’t Be Broken” acoustic
Twin Forks frontman Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional, Further Seems Forever) and mandolinist/singer Suzie Zeldin (The Narrative) recently stopped by Exclaim! to perform an acoustic rendition of their song, "Can't Be Broken." The band, which also features bassist Jonathan Clark and Bad Books drummer Ben Homola, recently wrapped a European tour with City And Colour. The group is ...
Weekly Playlist #26: I Wish They Still Played That!
Sometimes a song disappears from a band’s live arsenal, never to be heard of again. Well, if you don’t count that drunk guy behind you screaming its title in your ear whom you only wish you could ignore as well as the musicians onstage do. Here are a... Read More ...
The Lead: Introduction to Readers Poll results week and AltPress’ best content of 2012
The Lead: Introduction to Readers Poll results week and AltPress’ best content of 2012
Along with our Readers Poll 2012 results, within the coming days, we will present you with the website features, reviews, videos, song streams and interviews that made you talk (or scream), face-palm, send “WHY?” pleas to the heavens, celebrate, fangirl, flame and swoon. Unwittingl... Read More ...

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