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Ceremony is a band that everyone in the punk community undoubtedly has an opinion on. The group is either applauded for their constant evolution and shifting sound bridging the gap from hardcore to post-punk, or the group is ...

Ceremony – “The Separation” Track Review + More!

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It’s hard to believe, but Lightning Bolt has already been a band for over 20 years. I featured the noisy duo from Providence, RI as a part of my Current Rotation a couple of weeks ago so suffice it to say, I was pretty ...

Track Review: “The Metal East,” Lightning Bolt

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Watching Mylets live is simply like nothing else. The project is made up solely of 20-year-old Henry Kohen, who sings, plays guitar, taps wildly at his two large pedalboards, and plays a drum machine – all with extreme ...

Track Review: “Trembling Hands” – Mylets

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If you talk to almost anyone about booking or playing shows in Philadelphia, 9 times out of 10, Ruben Polo's name will get brought up. I first met Philly's hardest working man when we played a show with the freshly defunct ...

” “ – Soul Glo

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With an upcoming album called STAY CREEPY on the way, it’s unsurprising SUPERTEEN is from Salem, Massachusetts and their first single was released on Halloween. The track, “Lapis Exili” furthers this motif by ...

Lapis Exili – SUPERTEEN (Track Review)

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A couple months back, I was approached by the band Risk to do a little review of their demo for their upcoming record From the Depths. The couple songs they had posted impressed me, and I agreed to do the review for them as ...

“Tooth n’ Nail” – Risk

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The last release from Manchester Orchestra was 2011's Simple Math. The band has been hard at work in the past couple years since, whether touring steadily or writing their new album, Cope. A few weeks ago, they released a ...

“Top Notch” – Manchester Orchestra

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Brooklyn racket makers White Suns’ visceral and cathartic noise reaches towering and uncompromising heights on their new track “Priest in the Laboratory” from their forthcoming LP Totem. The trio takes your previous ...

“Priest in the Laboratory” – White Suns

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Houseguests, of the Boston area, has a new single out, “Like Warriors” , and it’s warm, fluid jams and extremely fun guitar riffs are enough to peak anyone’s interest for what the rest of this future release will ...

“Like Warriors” – Houseguests

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