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The Dillinger Escape Plan NFTs

On this day five years ago, the Dillinger Escape Plan released their final album, Dissociation. The band’s sixth record marked the end of a two-decade-long career for the metalcore band. To celebrate the anniversary of the album, the Dillinger Escape Plan are releasing several exclusive enhanced NFTs that truly bring the album to life. Read […]

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Maybe this will get everyone to stop talking smack about the 'Garden State.' Continue reading…

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Hear the Tyler Bates-assisted 'Now You've Really Done It.' Continue reading…

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'Two Minutes to Late Night' presents an all-star HXC collab. Continue reading…

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Most weeks, the people behind the great video series Two Minutes To Late Night round up all-star one-off supergroups of people in metal, punk, and hardcore bands. Last week, though, Two Minutes To Late Night only featured one band. In support of a friend who’s going through a hard time, the comedian Jordan Olds recruited Thursday to cover Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing In The Dark.” This week, the series has gone in a radically different direction. It’s got a ridiculously huge group of people — 21 musicians in all — to salute Springsteen’s main competition on the 1984 charts.

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With the start of a new week, it’s easy to fall back on old favorites. Of course, familiar artists have a way of getting you through the grind, of giving you a bedrock that can help you through the day. Nothing beats a classic, and we’re no stranger to blasting that one perfect song on […]

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2000s metalcore albums

As the world launched into a new millennium during the 2000s, a more modern metal sound was quickly gaining popularity in the United States. Many bands embraced this evolution. Some in particular also heavily influenced the direction of the newly created genre that was metalcore. Even though many of those bands are either not together […]

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best mathcore albums

Although hardcore is often considered a more simplistic style of aggressive music, bands have broken that mold by breeding offshoot subgenres with unique approaches. As the ’90s metallic hardcore movement developed, many took a more technical approach and began experimenting with every piece of their sound, leading to the entire mathcore movement. Like the songs themselves, […]

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As a response to the pandemic, artists and bands have embraced streaming events as both a revenue source and a new platform for artistry. This weekend, don’t expect Greg Puciato to perform tracks from his solo album from his kitchen or in front of a digital fireplace between sips of eggnog. On Friday, Dec. 11, […]

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Frank Iero Pencey Prep My Chemical Romance Future Violents eras

Proud New Jersey native Frank Iero is one of the scene’s most legendary guitarists and frontmen. Whether you love him from his work with My Chemical Romance, his latest solo project the Future Violents or you can’t get enough of his screams and angsty vocals in Leathermouth, it’s fair to say he’s beyond talented. Alternative Press […]

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