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Tara Shea

Kitchen Designer by day, Concert Photographer/Writer by night. 24. Arkansas.

Album Review: Varials – Pain Again

Varials is up-and-coming metalcore’s divine quintet, proving to be one of Fearless Records’ heaviest bands with their brutal nature and cynical lyricism. Reigning from Philadelphia, vocalist Travis Tabron, guitarist Mitchell Rogers, guitarist James Hohenwarter, drummer Sean Rauchut, and bassist Mike Foley have joined forces on their Fearless debut album Pain …

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Interview: Dylan Dunlap

Twenty-one year old Dylan Dunlap may seem like an ordinary guy to some, but his passion is making waves as a singer-songwriter. His warm, sultry voice is moving in his indie tracks, and his personality is fun and infectious. He was so humble to even apologize for whispering, as he …

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EP Review: Vault 51 – Kid

Vault 51 is slowly becoming Atlanta’s best kept secret. The unsigned alternative rock quintet released their debut EP Kid on July 20th. Landon Jones (vocals,) Tom Jepson (guitar/vocals,) Patrick Snyder (guitar,) Alex Garmon (bass,) and Joshua Landry (drums) have persevered many obstacles to get where they are today, but have …

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EP Review: Last Bullet – 80-69-64

Last Bullet is a Toronto based band that knows how to make southern rock magic. The self-made band has spent the last 8 years building something they’re proud of, and they have every reason to be. Previous works include 2012 release Love.Lust.Illusion EP and their self-titled album in 2010. Having …

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Album Review: 12 Stones – Picture Perfect

Louisiana alternative rock band 12 Stones have proven their resilience over the course of their 17 year career. Released July 14th, their fifth studio album Picture Perfect shows the world 12 Stones has something worth fighting for. It’s their first release in 5 years, with their newly signed label Cleopatra …

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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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Album Review: Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7

One of the greatest things about music is that it’s universal. A personal favorite is when artists take songs not of their own, revise the recipe, and put their own twist on it. Punk Goes Pop offers Top 40 pop hits revamped by some of the most known punk-rock souls. …

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