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The Starting Line reveal 20th anniversary tour support
The Starting Line reveal 20th anniversary tour support
To celebrate 20 years as a band, the Starting Line recently announced a special anniversary tour. Today, the band are revealing the stacked lineup joining them on the special run. Read more: Beartooth talk biggest hometown show to date in new micro-documentary The Starting Line took to social media to share that the Hotelier, Teenage Wrist, Microwave, Oso Oso and Save Face will join them on select
Erra release fiery single and other news you might have missed today
Erra release fiery single and other news you might have missed today
Watch a new music video from Fit For A King—plus, don’t miss Sevendust on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below! Read more: Watch Panic! At The Disco cover Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So” Erra premiere fiery new song Serving as the second single from their upcoming album Neon, “Breach” has finally arrived. With catchy riffs and a breakdown with enough muscl...
Movements debut powerful new music video for “Daylily” and other news you might have missed today
Movements debut powerful new music video for “Daylily” and other news you might have missed today
Watch new music videos from Movements and Good Tiger—plus, hear two new songs from Epitaph’s newest signing, Teenage Wrist. Check out the news you might have missed today below! Read more: Warped Tour announces 2018 will be final cross country run 1. Movements relea... Read More ...
Save Face debut reimagined version of “Preoccupied” from ‘Folly: On The Rocks’ EP—listen
Save Face debut reimagined version of “Preoccupied” from ‘Folly: On The Rocks’ EP—listen
New Jersey rockers Save Face are debuting their stripped-down version of "Preoccupied," taken from their forthcoming EP, Folly: On The Rocks, a reimagining of their 2016 EP Folly. "We've toured on Folly for about 17 months. When you play a record for that long, the song-meanings start to shift and change," vocalist/guitarist Tyler Povanda says on their decision to revisit the