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Linkin Park Frontman Chester Bennington Dies At 41

Though an official statement has yet to be released, Linkin Park bandmate Mike Shinoda has confirmed via Twitter on the passing of vocalist Chester Bennington. Bennington was 41. Shocked and heartbroken, but it’s true. An official statement will come out as soon as we have one. — Mike Shinoda (@mikeshinoda) …

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Maxwell Powers Explores An Ayahuasca Trip Gone Good On “Death (It Feels Alright)”

Maxwell Powers is a new electronic voice with his very own story to tell. Powers explains that, “ ‘Death (It Feels Alright)’ was inspired by an intense experience with Ayahuasca (an ancient South American medicinal drug). The 

word Ayahuasca means “Death’s Rope” 

in ancient Quechua, and some people experience the …

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Single Review: I Want More – LAYNE

LAYNE caught our attention with 2016’s EP The Black Hills, and an online presence holding tribute to Netflix’ original Stranger Things, beside an aesthetic carrying the same visual energy as their sound.  ITS FINALLY HERE; we are so happy to be back.. this is just the beginning! Much Love -LAYNE A post shared by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ LAYNE …

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GOLDFINGER Premiere New Song “Tijuana Sunrise”

Los-Angeles based ska punk band GOLDFINGER have premiered their newest single “Tijuana Sunrise,”  off of their long-awaited album The Knife on Billboard today. The song is the latest cut made available from The Knife, which will be released on July 21 through Rise Records. Featuring a reggae-esque rhythm with catchy lyrics about being young and engaging in youthful shenanigans, “Tijuana …

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George Glew releases debut single ‘Bury Me’

One of the most powerful new voices you’ll hear in 2017; hugely soulful, vastly emotive, and delicately tender from Bristol newcomer George Glew.  Born and raised in South Wales his childhood love of folk, blues and soul was nurtured by his parents before finding his later love for rock and indie …

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