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Coheed And Cambria Shoulders

Coheed And Cambria have released “Shoulders,” the progressive-rock band’s first proper studio release in nearly three years. Along with the track comes a sci-fi-filled visualizer, featuring images of mechanical hands, android soldiers and other cybernetically enhanced manifestations.  Read more: JAWNY takes viewers on a whirlwind trip in “Tombstone grey”–watch “Shoulders” features rapid-fire guitar licks reminiscent […]

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The first new song from the band since last year’s surprise track “Jessie’s Girl 2.”
Coheed and Cambria Unveil New Song “Shoulders”: Stream
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Featuring unreleased material from The Mars Volta’s De-Loused in the Comatorium sessions.
The Mars Volta Unearth Lost Album Landscape Tantrums: Stream
Eddie Fu For more, check out: ConsequenceOfSound.net (Source)…

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The Mars Volta are treating fans to the ultimate throwback this week. As part of their upcoming box set collection La Realidad De Los Sueños, they have released an early demo of “Inertiatic ESP.” The track originally appeared on the Mars Volta’s 2003 debut album De-Loused In The Comatorium. Prior to the LP’s release, the […]

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La Realidad De Los Sueños is out on April 23rd.
The Mars Volta Announce Staggering 18-LP Box Set with Unreleased Material
Wren Graves For more, check out: ConsequenceOfSound.net (Source)…

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Lately, Machine Gun Kelly has been making waves in the pop-punk scene. His massive transition from hip-hop has brought the genre back to the mainstream spotlight, granting opportunities for other pop culture icons such as Halsey to try on a mid-2000s sound. While MGK‘s Tickets To My Downfall has become a divisive subject in the […]

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The Sword close out their socially distant performance series with a heavy take on the Rush classic

The Sword Cover Rush’s “Working Man” for Final Conquest of Quarantine Live Session: Stream
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