Senses Fail Announce New Album and Spring Tour

While gearing up for their next album release on February 16, 2018, Sense Fail have also announced a full tour. Hitting the road with support from Have Mercy and Household, the tour will kick off March 3, 2018 and span various cities until coming to a close in Las Vegas at the end of March.

The new album, If There Is A Light, It Will Find You, is the first solo production from Beau Burchell who has worked with industry professionals such as Moose Blood, Saosin and Hands Like Houses. Taking inspiration from life changes and the ups and downs that come, If There Is A Light, It Will Find You is inpired by singer Buddy Nielsens personal life.

Preorder If There Is A Light, It Will Find You online | Here | before the release this week.

Full tour dates and available tickets for the upcoming tour are available online |Here|.

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WATCH : Grayscale – “Forever Yours”

Grayscale‘s Adornment was one of the biggest releases in the pop-punk genre in the last year. And since the release, the band hailing from Philadelphia has grown immensely in popularity and their fanbase.

Now, the boys are back with a new music video for the track “Forever Yours”.

Stream the new music video below now and let us know what you think!

Adornment is currently available for purchase and streaming via |Itunes | and |Spotify|.

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ALBUM REVIEW : RIVALS – “Damned Soul”

With 2018 underway, many of us music fans are eagerly awaiting new releases from many artists to fill the new year. Alternative band RIVALS have just released their new EP through Smartpunk Records entitled, Damned Soul. The record has many musical masterminds behind the production, such as by John Espy (Red Jumpsuit Apparatus) and Aaron Edwards (Sick Puppies, Elohim, The Cab), with additional writing for drums and mixing/mastering by Cody Stewart (The Browning, Rings of Saturn, Falsifier).

Gaining popular internet attention for their viral cover of Twenty One Pilots “Heathens”,  RIVALS have quickly made a name for themselves in the scene following their debut EP Haunted/Hunted. From touring alongside bands on the Vans Warped Tour to supporting tours with Story Untold and Best Kept Secret, the unique rock three-piece can stand successfully in the genre. Damned Soul is the band’s first full-length release, forwarding their musical career.

Damned Soul kicks off with high energy, as strong guitars open “Over It” indicating a much heavier intention that the 2015 debut.  Matching Kalie Wolf’s vocals, the album picks up the pace musically as the tracks continue. Some that should not be missed on your first listen include the title track “Damned Soul”, “Misery Memory” and the powerful closer “To: Leila”. Overall, Damned Soul cements itself as a unique record, incorporating influences of synth pop and heavy rock. Any fans of the modern rock genre and contemporary pop punk looking for something fun and entertaining this new year, check out this album.

Stream or purchase Damned Soul available now via Web| Spotify | Itunes

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Watch : Green Day “Still Breathing”

The monumental release of Green Day‘s 12th studio album, Revolution Radio took diehard fans for a ride, but the band isn’t done just yet. With a huge tour announced for North America, Green Day also released an emotional video for Revolution Radio and a popular fan favorite track, “Still Breathing”.

“Still Breathing” is heavily influenced by Billie Joe Armstrong’s own struggles from the frontman’s 2012/2013 stint in rehab for alcohol abuse and the isolation and lost feeling is heavily mirrored with the music video, setting an emotional tone right off the bat.  The video also showcases other people within the shots, sharing this overwhelming feeling of being lost, which is a very beautiful and creative way to develop the music video along with the emotional tones of the song.

The climax of the video shows fellow Green Day members, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool, playing alone in a warehouse…just patiently waiting for their frontman to return.

(Not going to lie, I shed a few tears…Green Day fans it’s a tough one.)

Watch the emotional video for “Still Breathing” below the jump, and make sure to catch Green Day on tour now by purchasing tickets here or purchase Revolution Radio or any cd here!

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