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Pop-rock duo Ashland have released their latest song “Misery,” the first single from their upcoming EP, I. They also shared a new music video for the song, complete with fishnets and dead roses to add to the angsty vibe. “Misery” is a biting track about wanting the worst for someone after they ruined your life. […]

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Metalcore has always been about the pursuit of extremity. Furious tempos, warp-speed guitar shredding and painful throat-shearing were the hallmarks of the sound. But in the later part of the 2000s and throughout the following decade, the game changed a bit. The shredders started listening to dubstep or maybe their honeys took them to Electric […]

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With COVID-19 decimating live music and shows this year, it’s only natural for us to wax nostalgic.  As long as we can listen to shredding solos, blast beats and singers imitating velociraptors, everything would be fine. Not this year, though. Instead, we’re going to remind you about 12 forgotten metalcore tracks that ruled the damned […]

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Since the release of Treehouse in 2016, fans of electronic-hardcore outfit I See Stars have been patiently waiting for the band’s next full-length. While frontman Devin Oliver has been toiling away on his new solo endeavor shYbeast for the past few years, the singer recently revealed exciting details about the upcoming ISS album.  Oliver has […]

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[Photos by: Enter Shikari/Derek Ridgers, The Word Alive/Spotify, Born Of Osiris/Spotify, The Devil Wears Prada] During the 2000s and early 2010s, a surge of electronic influences found their way into metalcore as EDM became the biggest genre in music at the time. Warped Tour was flooded with synths and neon skinny jeans instead of mohawks […]