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My Chemical Romance, Pale Waves and 8 other things you need to check out this week
My Chemical Romance, Pale Waves and 8 other things you need to check out this week
***This article contains sponsored content*** Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. My Chemical Romance return with new music Where else would we begin this week’s roundup than with “The Foundations Of Decay”? My Chemical Romance’s ...
Waterparks, Limp Bizkit and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Waterparks, Limp Bizkit and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Check out The Latest – for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now.   Waterparks and Neck Deep unite for Sad Summer   …and they’re bringing Mayday Parade, The Summer Set, Against The Current, State Champs and more along for the ride, too. These shows are going to be a lo...
See Grayscale perform the final track from their new reworked EP
See Grayscale perform the final track from their new reworked EP
On Wednesday, Grayscale released their highly-anticipated reworked EP Live From The Barber Shop Studios. In celebration of its release, Grayscale have shared an acoustic performance of the reimagined "What's On Your Mind." Read more: ‘Riverdale’ star Bernadette Beck says the show fails its Black characters Grayscale put out their last full-length album Nella Vita back in September. Altho
See Mayday Parade, the Maine and Dan Lambton cover the Beatles
See Mayday Parade, the Maine and Dan Lambton cover the Beatles
It looks like Mayday Parade have been taking advantage of their extra time while in quarantine. On Tuesday, the band debuted their latest cover of the Beatles' "I Want To Hold Your Hand" with a cleverly filmed socially-distant video. Alongside Mayday Parade, members of the Maine, We The Kings, Grayscale and Knuckle Puck also took part in the cover...
Lollapalooza co-founder says we shouldn’t expect live music until 2022
Lollapalooza co-founder says we shouldn’t expect live music until 2022
Just like so many other festivals and gigs this year, Lollapalooza 2020 was canceled due to coronavirus. Following the sudden halt of live music, the industry is trying to predict when live events will resume back to normal. Although most reports predict that large-scale live events could return in the latter part of 2021, Lollapalooza co-founder Marc Geiger thinks otherwise...
It looks like Forever The Sickest Kids could be making a comeback
It looks like Forever The Sickest Kids could be making a comeback
On June 18, Alternative Press ran a feature about the ten neon-pop bands that need to make a comeback. Hey Monday, Forever The Sickest Kids, Cobra Starship and The Friday Night Boys were just a few of the bands to be featured on the list. Now, it appears that Forever The Sickest Kids have confirmed that fans could be hearing new music from them soon...

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