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Watch “Monsters” come alive in All Time Low and blackbear’s new visual
Watch “Monsters” come alive in All Time Low and blackbear’s new visual
All Time Low's new album Wake Up, Sunshine finally arrived today and they're gifting fans with a new lyric video for their song "Monsters." The band have been steadily releasing new songs leading up the album's release due to delays of physical copies over the coronavirus pandemic and their latest video features some incredible looking animations. Read More: Here’s...
Asking Alexandria make an anthem for the unappreciated on “Antisocialist”
Asking Alexandria make an anthem for the unappreciated on “Antisocialist”
Asking Alexandria are announcing their sixth full-length record will be titled Like A House On Fire three years on from their self-titled 2017 album. The record is arriving on May 15 via Sumerian Records and fans are getting the chance to hear a taste of what's to come with their new song "Antisocialist." Read More: ... Read More ...
Neck Deep embrace being a “Lowlife,” detail ‘All Distortions Are Intentional’
Neck Deep embrace being a “Lowlife,” detail ‘All Distortions Are Intentional’
Neck Deep have been teasing a mystery event since announcing the addition of frontman Ben Barlow's brother Seb as an official member, and it's finally arrived in the form of a new track called “Lowlife.” Along with the new song, the band are revealing their new album will be titled All Distortions Are Intentional, and it's arriving July 24 via Hopeless Records.
Higher Power get bombarded with trippy animations in “Lost In Static” clip
Higher Power get bombarded with trippy animations in “Lost In Static” clip
UK hardcore act Higher Power are preparing to drop their Roadrunner Records debut and sophomore album 27 Miles Under Water next week but today the band have a new music video for fans to feast their eyes on. The band have dropped a new video for their track "Lost In Static" showing a ton of glitchy and colorful animations over the band members as vocalist Jimmy Wizard sings the song. Rea
Motionless In White flex stage setup in live-shot “Undead Ahead 2″ video
Motionless In White flex stage setup in live-shot “Undead Ahead 2″ video
Halloween may be over for most people, but Motionless In White are keeping the spooky vibes going with their new music video for "Undead Ahead 2: The Tale of the Midnight Ride." The new video shows clips of the band performing live while pulling out all of the stops with their various stage props used throughout their concerts. Read Mo...
Stick To Your Guns vocalist joins Lionheart for “Rock Bottom” collab
Stick To Your Guns vocalist joins Lionheart for “Rock Bottom” collab
Hardcore veterans Lionheart made their comeback from a quick hiatus back in 2017 and they've dropped a new song featuring Stick To Your Guns vocalist Jesse Barnett. The band gave fans something new to sink their teeth into today through a new song called "Rock Bottom" that is appearing on their upcoming record, Valley Of Death. Read More: Fit Fo... Read More ...
Fit For An Autopsy drop political video for “Shepherd” shot in one take
Fit For An Autopsy drop political video for “Shepherd” shot in one take
Fit For An Autopsy have done an incredible job of reinvigorating deathcore with their last album The Great Collapse, and they're setting themselves up to do so again with their upcoming record The Sea Of Tragic Beasts. The band are offering fans another taste of the new record with a music video for the song "Shepherd" before the album drops next Friday. Read More: H...
twenty one pilots channel home movie vibes in “The Hype” vertical video
twenty one pilots channel home movie vibes in “The Hype” vertical video
Twenty one pilots are dropping some content for fans to sink their teeth in today with a new vertical video and merch line. The duo released a new vertical video for their song "The Hype" on top of the "Surplus Collection" merch line. Read More: Nirvana bassist wants US politicians to "leave Grunge bands alone" The band's new video can be found on Spotify...
Green Day dance through the decades in new “Father Of All…” video
Green Day dance through the decades in new “Father Of All…” video
We're all very stoked about Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer performing together on their Hella Mega tour, but before then, we're getting some new music and accompanying videos. Last week, Green Day’s “Father Of All…” dropped, which Billie Joe Armstrong compares to “a unicorn falling out of the sky,” and now we're getting visuals for the new track.

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