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seeyouspacecowboy the end to a brief moment of lasting intimacy video

SeeYouSpaceCowboy have released a new music video for “The End To A Brief Moment Of Lasting Intimacy.” The track is the latest offering from their upcoming album, The Romance Of Affliction, out Nov. 5 via Pure Noise Records. Read more: Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley on daring himself to make ‘Radical’ Keeping in line […]

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Every Time I Die Keith Buckley 'Radical' interview

Every Time I Die will release their ninth studio album, Radical, Oct. 22 via Epitaph Records. The record follows 2016’s Low Teens. In addition to the pause between albums, Radical also follows a series of significant life changes for ETID singer Keith Buckley. In the years following Low Teens, Buckley went through a process of […]

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every time i die, curlin for a cure tid the season

Every Time I Die are giving fans another preview into their next musical era with their ferocious new song “AWOL.” “AWOL” is the third track to be released from Every Time I Die over the past two months, behind “A Colossal Wreck” and “Desperate Pleasures” which debuted in December. Read more: MGK celebrates ‘SNL’ debut by […]

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Every Time I Die-min

The time has finally arrived. After four years, Every Time I Die are back with two heavy new songs “A Colossal Wreck” and “Desperate Pleasures.” The new songs offer the first glimpse into Every Time I Die’s forthcoming ninth studio album. Read more: See what Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8er Boi” is up to in 2020 in […]

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In case you need some joy this week, Touché Amoré‘s got you covered. They have released a video for their new single “Reminders” which is filled with some familiar faces including Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance, The Future Violence), Anthony Green (Circa Survive) and Skrillex. Read more: Here’s how Lady Gaga reacted to Rob Halford […]

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Side projects have the special ability to give artists the chance to express themselves in whatever manner they choose without snobby genre lords or the (sometimes self-imposed) shackles of their previous works confining their sonic decisions. Sometimes these new bands go in an intentionally more mainstream direction, while other times the word “commercial” is never […]

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Is there anybody who’s not on TikTok? (OK, maybe you know some people in government who aren’t.) But before you go raving about how great that platform is, we’d like to pause and discuss Vine. Remember that social media portal? You had six seconds to film yourself in the most entertaining way and send it […]

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Many of you know the tragic story about the death of Vine. One day it was here, and the next day it was gone forever in 2017. Comedy lovers around the world feared there would be no more videos to join the ranks of “Hi, welcome to Chili’s” or “Look at all those chickens.” Other […]

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[Photo via Wikimedia Commons] Norma Jean vocalist Cory Brandan shared a GIF on Twitter over the weekend that appeared to mock Black Lives Matter, and fans and fellow metal musicians are not standing for it. The GIF read “BLAL BLAH BLAH BLAH” in large black letters reminiscent of the same font used by the movement. […]