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Fans of Halestorm know better than to expect the Grammy-winning band to take time off, even in the midst of a pandemic. Despite having dedicated the spring to write and record their next album, vocalist Lzzy Hale and guitarist Joe Hottinger have risen to the task of bringing entertainment to their homebound followers through concert […]

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Tatiana DeMaria is just as comfortable in front of a cranked amp as she is playing unplugged in her bedroom. The former lead singer of driven punk outfit TAT makes that abundantly clear on the track “Anxiety,” which AltPress is premiering today. The British-born artist got on the greater rock radar fronting TAT and doing […]

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We’re totally down with the demos on his SoundCloud account. But we’re more stoked to tell you about Gerard Way‘s new single. “Here Comes The End” appears in the second season of The Umbrella Academy, which starts on Netflix July 31. “I was originally inspired to write this track when series one of Umbrella Academy […]

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The Dead Kennedys once demanded its demise. But MTV shall always remain an arbiter of where we are as a society. When the music television network decided to stop showing videos and put all their chips on original programming, the pushback was furious. But soon those extended arms would become open and welcome. Because the […]

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System Of A Down drummer John Dolmayan seemingly likes to court controversy.  The drummer dismissed the Black Lives Matter movement as a “Democratic party fundraiser and propaganda tool.” Dolmayan was on Instagram responding to the murder of Secoriea Turner. The 8-year-old girl was killed when unidentified assailants opened gunfire on the car she was riding in. […]

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When it comes to building community and rocking out, there is nothing Shiragirl’s Shira Yevin won’t do. That includes facing down the pandemic. Tonight, Yevin’s new platform, Gritty Rocks Live, will livestream its first showcase of women artists. The “virtual tour” will feature women artists in eight cities, playing in various configurations. Yevin is well-known […]

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Acclaimed hard-rock outfit Underoath have announced a livestream concert series, Underoath: Observatory. Beginning Friday, July 17, the band will play three shows  dedicated to a different album. The 17th show will feature Lost In The Sound of Separation, Performances of Define the Great Line (July 24) and They’re Only Chasing Safety (July 31) will follow. […]

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Life can sometimes get in the way for a band who want to make new music, but Little Image are using this time to hone their craft. When they released their most recent track “WORTH IT” in January, the group came out running with a fresh take on their sound. The trio are now teaming […]

The post Here’s why Little Image wear their lyrics in new “Worth It” video appeared first on Alternative Press.

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In the ’80s, many a cloth-eared critic and social dullard thought punk was just a mindless fad. Here in 2020, we know better than our parents ever did. But there’s still time for them to catch up. Because these punk albums of 1983 haven’t lost any of their potency. This APTV video rundown shows exactly […]

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June 21, 2019, Royal Albert Hall, London: What was intended as a celebration of perhaps English punk’s most universally beloved band, Buzzcocks, is now a wake. On Dec. 6, 2018, frontman Pete Shelley died of a heart attack in Estonia, where he’d been enjoying a less hectic existence than London had afforded him for 30 […]

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