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  • Contest: Win A Free Copy of Youth In Revolt’s Love Is A Liar’s Game EP

    Youth In Revolt - Promo

    Mind Equals Blown is thrilled to bring you another new contest this week, this one being for fans of New Jersey post-hardcore specialists Youth In Revolt. We’re teaming up with our friends at Outerloop Records to give away three (3) free copies of Youth In Revolt’s brand new EP, Love Is A Liar’s Game. To enter the contest, all…

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  • Youth In Revolt: Love Is A Liar’s Game EP

    Youth In Revolt - Promo

    Pierce the Veil, All Time Low, Bring Me the Horizon, and Asking Alexandria are a few of the big name scene bands that come to mind when the metalcore or post-hardcore genres are brought up. Next in line seems to be New Jersey’s own Youth In Revolt. Their debut EP Love Is a Liar’s Game…

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  • Interview: Landon Tewers (The Plot In You)

    The Plot In You - Promo

    Staff writer Ben Wieber recently caught up with The Plot In You vocalist Landon Tewers as they discussed the band’s forthcoming follow-up album to Could You Watch Your Children Burn, how Tewers’ new solo project got started, favorite horror films, and much more. MEB: Can you introduce yourself and your role in the band? Landon Tewers:…

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  • Single Review: Imagine Dragons’ “Battle Cry”

    Imagine Dragons

    Imagine Dragons is no stranger to lending their talent to franchise soundtracks such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Iron Man 3, and having their massive hit “Radioactive” as the theme song for The Host. Well, they’ve got another epic soundtrack addition in the form of “Battle Cry” and it’s definitely the best song to be on a Transformers…

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  • Frnkiero And The Cellabration To Release Debut Album Stomachaches In August

    Frnkiero

    The Scoop: Frank Iero, former guitarist for the beloved My Chemical Romance, has officially signed to Staple Records and will be releasing his debut album – titled Stomachaches – on August 26 under his new moniker Frnkiero and the Cellabration. The Spin: Stomachaches will have 12 tracks and you can check out the track listing below. The entire album is…

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  • Street Teams: Saints or Sinners?

    alesana army

    Street teams are a valuable marketing tool for music and some of my favorite people. Anyone who is willing to work long hours – without pay – to support music or a good cause is someone I want to know. Among my favorite street teams is the Alesana Army. Not only can they tell you…

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  • Linkin Park: The Hunting Party

    LP

    Linkin Park has always been a band that has been brilliant at four things: Making unique-sounding music, not making the same album twice, being bloody brilliant and surprising us. They surprised us when they decided to go down the electronic root, although I saw that coming after Minutes to Midnight. So many fans thought that…

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  • Transit: New Generation Storytellers

    Transit Band

    Every generation has a storyteller who skillfully sets our thoughts and feelings to music. The current generation has Joe Boynton, singer/songwriter with Massachusetts indie rock band Transit, to weave a tapestry of moods portraying how we live and love…plus the bumps along the way. As a lyricist, Boynton writes for two bands and describes the process as,…

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