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VVomen Release Music Video for New Single “Cadence and Carousel”

Poetic post-hardcore band VVomen (pronounced “wim-in”) has released their debut music video for the single “Cadence and Carousel”. The track comes from the Sacramento quartet’s EP Moving On, which will be released independently on July 21st. “Cadence and Carousel” is lumbering punk song about a couple’s first dance at their wedding. Vocalist Tim …

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Hotel Sex Makes Their Debut with Risque New Single & Video “Explode”

The newly formed electronic-pop act HOTEL SEX is causing a scene with the debut of their brand-new, unfiltered single, “Explode.” Today, the duo has partnered with NakidMagazine.com to premiere a provocative new video for the single, which boasts satanic rituals, milk facials, rabbits playing keytars and penis puppets! “”Explode” is essentially a song about …

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BARB WIRE DOLLS Share Powerful Message of Self-Love in New Track “If I Fall”

The freshest new name in punk-influenced rock, BARB WIRE DOLLS, will release their electrifying new album, Rub My Mind, tomorrow, July 7, 2017 via Motörhead Music. The band is touring all summer long on the Vans Warped Tour in support of the album! Along the way, BARB WIRE DOLLS have met many fans, new and old, face-to-face …

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WARDEN and SISTERWIFE Highlight the Worst in Late Night Infomercials!

Love Tim & Eric? Agree that the American infomercial phenomenon has gone WAY too far? Then check out the bizarre new music video for “Carpe The DM’s” from LA producer Warden and multi-talented vocalist Sisterwife. Equal parts over the top spoof and scathing critique, the visuals are met only by the relentless freneticism of the …

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California Rock Band Inertia Releases Kingdom Hearts 2 Theme Cover Video

Following the release of their debut LP The Process, California Alternative rock band Inertia is showing off their skills in their new Kingdom Hearts 2 themed video, “Sanctuary.” The cover video features lead vocalist Dillon Forst playing an array of instruments to create an innovative alternative rock version of the track, originally …

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