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Ashland return with piercing new anthem “Misery”—watch
Ashland return with piercing new anthem “Misery”—watch
Pop-rock duo Ashland have released their latest song “Misery,” the first single from their upcoming EP, I. They also shared a new music video for the song, complete with fishnets and dead roses to add to the angsty vibe. “Misery” is a biting track about wanting the worst for someone after they ruined your life. The song starts off sl...
Watch Jason Aalon Butler’s burning piano ode in FEVER 333’s “LAST TIME”
Watch Jason Aalon Butler’s burning piano ode in FEVER 333’s “LAST TIME”
FEVER 333 are back with a new music video for their WRONG GENERATION track "LAST TIME." The piano-based song sees frontman Jason Aalon Butler somberly playing the instrument as it's burning before walking away. Read more: Here's how the Kyle Pavone Foundation is aiding musicians amid the pandemic The short track's accompanying visuals are simple yet captivating with a warehouse backgroun
See Laura Jane Grace’s twist on horror and fear in her new music video
See Laura Jane Grace’s twist on horror and fear in her new music video
Against Me! leader Laura Jane Grace is unveiling a brand new music video for the track "The Swimming Pool Song" released earlier this year. The track is from her latest solo album Stay Alive which was surprise-released in October after being recorded amid the ongoing pandemic. Read more: Dance ... Read More ...
Former Secrets vocalist Aaron Melzer has passed away
Former Secrets vocalist Aaron Melzer has passed away
Vocalist and former Secrets member Aaron Melzer has tragically passed away. Melzer was a part of the band between 2013 and 2015 and recorded vocals for their 2013 record Fragile Figures. Read more: Mikey Way honors MCR's 'Danger Days' anniversary with this throwback The band shared a statement late Tuesday honoring Melzer and speaking to what he meant to the band: Today we lost our brother, our fr
Hear Michael Jagmin denounce his past in Signals’ “Turn Back Crime”
Hear Michael Jagmin denounce his past in Signals’ “Turn Back Crime”
Being in quarantine has made recording and creating music videos a little more difficult but definitely not impossible. Composed of former A Skylit Drive frontman Michael “Jag” Jagmin and Jonathan Kintz (ex-Of Mice & Men), Signals are teaming up with AltPress to debut the music video for “Turn Back Crime.” The track is the se...
See Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker join protesters in RATM cover
See Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker join protesters in RATM cover
After spending his time this week joining Black Lives Matter protesters on the streets, Machine Gun Kelly linked up with Travis Barker for a cover of Rage Against The Machine's "Killing In The Name." The black and white video released today (June 4) shows footage of the duo recording the track spliced between shots composed from the ongoing protests in honor of George Floyd and fighting
Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Former members of Issues, Woe, Is Me, Secrets and Nightmares are joining together to shape a new band called the Villa from the ashes of their past musical venture, WildHeart. Following WildHeart’s disbandment a little over a year after they formed, vocalist Michael Bohn (Issues, Woe, Is Me) along with guitarists Kevin Hanson (Woe, Is Me) and Turner Wood (Nightmares) brought bassist Michael Owens
See twenty one pilots’ “Level Of Concern” come to life on ’80s computers
See twenty one pilots’ “Level Of Concern” come to life on ’80s computers
twenty one pilots dropped their first post-Trench track "Level Of Concern" back in April and it immediately became a hit. Now, the duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun shared a really neat lyric video for the quarantine-fueled hit.  The video uses animations done on old Macintosh computers from the late-80s. It is al...
MTV is trying to find a way to safely host a live Video Music Awards show
MTV is trying to find a way to safely host a live Video Music Awards show
If you've been wondering what is going to happen to the MTV Video Music Awards amid the coronavirus pandemic, the answer is that they might be hosting the awards show live this summer. As first reported by Variety, MTV is exploring options for a live award show in New York City this summer but according to Billboard, they're making contingency plans too in case it isn't possible.
Watch I Prevail and Joyner Lucas deliver a powerful message with “DOA”
Watch I Prevail and Joyner Lucas deliver a powerful message with “DOA”
I Prevail just dropped an updated version of the Trauma track "DOA" featuring rap phenom Joyner Lucas. The Detroit rock unit started teasing the new video last week.  The "DOA" video is incredibly powerful depicting drug abuse, homelessness, violence, death and a myriad of other issues plaguing the nation. The video inc...

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