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Captain Squeegee Release Official Music Video for “Our Children”

Psychedelic indie rock band Captain Squeegee have made a name for themselves in Arizona over the years for their over-the-top music videos and their latest release, the delightfully strange “Our Children,” does not disappoint. It is the first single from their upcoming EP Harmony Cure, a collection of punk rock showtunes due to …

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Tonight We Stand Release New Single “I Will Rise, You’ll Fade Away”

Italian metalcore outfit Tonight We Stand has released a new single accompanied with a music video titled, “I Will Rise, You’ll Fade Away“. The single follows up on the band’s debut EP, Redemption, which was released at the beginning of 2017. Our new single, “I Will Rise, You’ll Fade Away”, which talks about …

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Bleacher Days Release Music Video for “Some Strain of You”

Boston-based pop punk band Bleacher Days has arrived with a new music video for their single “Some Strain of You”. The track comes via the band’s new EP I Only Saw True Purpose that was produced by Chris Piquette (Trophy Wives, Lions Lions). “The EP as a whole is essentially chronicling the end of a 7 year …

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Wild Ire Release Lyric Video for “Ragtime Gal”

Oregon-based and recent Headbang for the Highway’s Alumni Fest winners Wild Ire has released a lyric video for their latest single “Ragtime Gal”. The alternative rock track has an immediate late 19th century novelty vibe before launching into an explosive, full-band earworm. Written about anxiety and depression, guitarist Jesse Palmer says “It’s a song …

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Unlocking The Truth Release New Music Video for “My Chains”

By now, the story of teenage metal trio Unlocking The Truth (who walked away from a seven-figure deal with Sony) is well known. After years of media excitement, late-night TV appearances, and breakout sets at Coachella and Bonnaroo, the band’s debut album Chaos was finally released independently last year. The Brooklyn-based band is now …

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Taylor Grey Releases New Single “Poison”

California singer-songwriter Taylor Grey dropped her new single “Poison” November 28th. The beautifully haunting ballad is a showcase of being charmed, falling in love, and knowing the relationship is toxic. The heartbeat-like beat compliments the subtle tambourine and wholesome keys for Grey’s reality check. Grey has expressed her excitement on …

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Remnants of Hope Release New Music Video

Atlanta-based industrial/punk rock trio Remnants of Hope has released a music video for their new single “Bloody Murder” from the upcoming EP Grim Tides. The aggressive track straddles the line of real life atrocities and a mirroring, fictional post-apocalyptic setting where the band attempts to be fighters for the greater good. “We’re sick, …

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Lydia Can’t Breathe Release NSFW Claymation Music Video For “Tastes New”

Florida rockers, Lydia Can’t Breathe has unveiled their new NSFW claymation video for the title track off their new album, Tastes New. The video showcases the band’s creativity as it comes in claymation form and tells the tale of two lovers meeting and growing old together. “Tastes New is the title track of …

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Bay Area Group Sharp Tongue Drop Music Video For “DEILD”

The Bay Area band Sharp Tongue, who dub themselves as “Nu-Metalcore” have unveiled a new music video for their single “DEILD”. The song comes off the group’s four track EP, Petrichor which dropped September 22nd. This song is about experiencing a DEILD (dream exit induced lucid dream). Exiting a dream when momentarily awaking, …

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Vicious. Release Single To Raise Funds for Rock to Recovery

After Allentown alternative rockers Vicious. made their official debut, teaming up with New Noise Magazine to unveil the official music video for their track, “Everything Sucks,” the band is back with a new track for a charitable cause. Today, Vicious. has teamed up with Rock to Recovery, and idobi Radio to unveil “Conflict,” a song the band wrote for those …

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