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Nadia Pulgar

Concert lover, music fanatic. If it sounds good to me, the rest doesn’t matter.

Album Review: Feverwar – Bible and Sword

Feverwar has a new EP titled Bible and Sword that contains six tracks of very raw, straightforward, and guttural music. The quintet originates from the Chesapeake area in Ohio and plays a rock-n-roll style all of their own, mixing heavy rock and relentless hardcore. Feverwar is Nathan Blake on guitar …

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Interview with Flint, Michigan native Zachary Scott from It Lies Within, “We are all doing our best to lend a helping hand anywhere needed.”

Flint, Michigan natives It Lies Within have recently joined forces with Craig Owens, lead singer from the band Chiodos to work on a charity compilation album. The project titled Not Safe to Drink will also feature artists Pentimento, Baggage, Braidedveins, The Swellers, Taking Back Sunday, and many others. All proceeds …

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Album Review: The Veer Union – Decade

Canadian rock group The Veer Union has a new album titled Decade that encompasses the many struggles the band has faced since its inception. The Veer Union has been overhauled in the last four years with new members Amal Wijayanayake on bass guitar and vocals, Ryan Ramsdell on guitar, Dan …

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Interview: Everything Ever

  Everything Ever is a punk band on the journey of making straightforward music without the gimmicks. Passionate about their roots in Staten Island, bassist John Trotta and singer/guitarist Andrew Paladino (a.k.a ‘Dino’), continue to push forward despite a devastating setback earlier this year when they were robbed of $6,000 …

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Interview with Reckless Serenade

Reckless Serenade took a moment and had a chat with Music Existence before their set in their home state of New York. The band formed in 2012 and since then, the group has created one full length album and most recently their third EP titled, “Out Here“. Reckless Serenade is a composite of many …

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