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Trap Metal Band The World I Knew Release New Music Video for “Piecefull”

Cincinnati-based The World I Knew bring a distinct and unapologetic vibe to the metalcore scene. Fusing together elements of electro, hip-hop and chest-pounding breakdowns, the quintet has released their latest single and music video “Piecefull.” “‘Piecefull’ is about pretenders,” says vocalist Wesley Merritt. “Those that will pretend to be there for you …

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MY LIFE WITH THE THRILL KILL KULT Reveal New Single, “The Chains of Fame” Off Upcoming LP

“America’s Most Dangerous Kult” has released their newest single, “The Chains of Fame.” Originally premiered on MXDWN, “The Chains Of Fame” is the debut track off of their upcoming LP, In The House Of Strange Affairs. “A dynamic song, “The Chains of the Fame” feels like a much shorter song than its …

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Regretting The Past: Theory Of A Deadman – Scars & Souvenirs

My only theory is that anyone who bought this album REALLY wishes they had their money back. Theory of a Deadman (abbreviated as Theory) is a Canadian rock band from Delta, British Columbia. Formed in 2001, the band is currently signed to Roadrunner Records as well as 604 Records. The band also includes traits of other music styles, …

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Liverpool band Denio release ‘These Words Repeat’ single

Liverpool band DENIO return with a new single ‘These Words Repeat’.  Taking influence from the likes of The Stone Roses, and Pulp, ‘These Words Repeat’ effortlessly builds from a ‘Common People’ inspired chiming intro and conversational verse into a surging, chest-beating and bassline riding chorus. It’s a dance floor filling indie anthem destined …

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Single Review: talker – “Intimidated”

Celeste Taucher, a Northern California native, unveils the latest offering “Intimidated” from her solo project, talker. Collaborating with Dan Sadin (Frenship), April Bender (Glassnote), and Phil Simmonds (Jessie J), talker transcends genres, breathing life into grunge-pop – a term coined by talker herself. She considers it a hybrid of musical influences, …

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