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Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!

By the end of 2016, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! had reached heights that most bands can only dream of. They had played for eager crowds around the world and became fan favorites at Warped Tour. Their three killer albums had set the standard for easycore excellence, placing them on equal footing with legendary groups such […]

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Whether due to personal reasons, creative differences or non-music-related conflicts, it’s pretty common for a band’s lineup to shift over time. And in that same vein, it’s noteworthy when a core group of original members are able to stick it out through all the ups and downs that the music industry brings. In a world […]

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In the past decade, everyone from Misfits and Jawbreaker to My Chemical Romance and Rage Against The Machine has thrilled us with the announcement of a reunion show or tour. And while we’re ecstatic to see these artists hit the road again, that doesn’t stop us from wishing that they’d make a pitstop or two […]

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There’s nothing more devastating than a band breakup. If you’ve been invested in the alternative music scene for more than a day, you probably know that feeling all too well. If not, then it’s just a matter of time… We’ve been fortunate enough to follow a number of our favorite 2000s scene outfits through long-lasting […]

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Crown The Empire Escape The Fate Slam Dunk 2021

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, a lot of concerts and events have been rescheduled this past year. For Slam Dunk, organizers have pushed back the festival not once, but twice already. Finally, last month, Slam Dunk organizers confirmed that the 2021 festival is now happening this fall. Now, the official lineup for the new Slam […]

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This week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled the plans to end England’s COVID-19 restrictions this June. However, with the plans now set in motion, Slam Dunk 2021 is no longer able to happen in May. Now, Slam Dunk organizers have announced that the entire festival has been pushed back to this September. Read more: You […]

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We are only one month into 2021, but festival and concert cancelations are already starting to pour in. However, Slam Dunk Festival is holding onto hope that its 2021 event will still happen at some point this year. This week, the U.K.-based festival offered an update on the status of its 2021 plans and when […]

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[Photo via Unsplash] Slam Dunk Festival has unfortunately been forced to postpone until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Slam Dunk had originally pushed back the festival from May to September but now see no way to be able to properly host it at the rescheduled time.  Read More: Here’s what Slayer would sound like mixed […]

[Photos by: All Time Low/Ryan Watanabe, Halsey/Joey kl22, Palaye Royale, 5 Seconds Of Summer/Giselle Dias] One of the most epic moments that can happen during a concert is when two artists join forces onstage to perform a song they love but haven’t recorded together before.  From All Time Low and Halsey to 5 Seconds Of […]