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One Year EP
This song in particular just doesn't have what it takes to carry itself with the same amount of energy and confidence from front to back.
We Came As Romans
"Tracing Back Roots"
"Tracing Back Roots" is evidence that WCAR is evolving and growing stronger as a unit.
Nine Inch Nails
Came Back Haunted
“Came Back Haunted” is the featured single for Nine Inch Nails’ upcoming album, Hesitation Marks, and based off of this song, it should be a doozy of an album.
The Dangerous Summer
This seems more like a taste of the sound you will hear from this album - makes me hope that the best is yet to come.
The single gives me high hopes for their next album and I am ecstatic to hear more material from it.
Xerxes might just be better off for taking a leap of faith on trying to diversify their sound this time around.
August Burns Red
Fault Line = The ghost of ABR past + The ghost of ABR yet to come.
The World Is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die
"Picture of a Tree That Doesn't Look Okay"
Safe to say, fans of the band will be super anxious to hear the rest of the album after hearing this track.
The Story So Far
Departure from their sound with incredible results
Falling In Reverse
On May 7th, Ronnie Radke introduced the genre of Trapcore to the world (Trapcore: The overwhelming combination of metalcore, hip-hop and electronic sounds); I really wish he hadn’t.
Atoms For Peace
If it had been on Amok I would have ranked it with the best of its songs.
You, Me & Everyone We Know
"I'd Contribute More Dead"
Ben Liebsch has released teasers of his abilities and talent, adding "I'd Contribute More Dead" to the list of examples.
At best, it’s a fun summer hit, but it’s forgettable.
Sleeping With Sirens
Sleeping With Sirens just released the first single, Low, off their new album “Feel” (in stores June 4th) a day early and needless to say it’s catchy and definitely captures their sound. But what it lacks is change, depth, or anything new!
"Think of Me"
"Think of Me" is sharp enough to be catchy, engaging and bubbling with enough personality to keep you interested through it's run of personally-inclined lines and just right beats.
This album will make us feel how we haven’t felt in a long time, and I’m looking forward to it.
The Wonder Years
Dismantling Summer continues to build hype for what can only be their best work yet.
While the video's production values are something to behold and there are a few laughs, it is nowhere near the benchmark he has set for himself.
Jimmy Eat World
"I Will Steal You Back"
Energetic, fun, and soft. At the same damn time.
Fall Out Boy
Fall Out Boy’s return from hiatus has sent the music world to its’ knees. Their newest single, "Young Volcanoes", is helping it stay down.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
"Under the Earth"
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back; “Under the Earth” is just proof.
City and Colour
Dallas and the boys of City and Colour return promptly with a great new tune that steers 180 degrees from "Of Space and Time"
The Wonder Years
"Passing Through A Screen Door"
The Wonder Years show their scars in a personal, energetic leadoff single to their fourth LP.
Outline in Color
Hopefully a sign of what is to come later in 2013...
Their / They're / There
Concession Speech Writer
"Concession Speech Writer" is a strong first entry from Their/They're/There's upcoming EP.
"Sooner or Later"
Generi-core at its finest.
“Whoa” was my initial reaction in listening to the new Vampire Weekend single, “Diane Young”.
Mind Equals Blown