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Album Review: Henry Jamison- The Wilds

New Englander singer/songwriter Henry Jamison releases his debuts album titled The Wilds through Akira Records. Jamison broke out onto the music scene last year with his debut EP titled The Rains, and gained praise from Billboard, Noisey, and NPR World Cafe. With tracks from his debut EP and some off this record, Henry has racked up nearly …

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Interview: Phil of Wayland

Southern rock group Wayland are coming out from their shell in Wayland, Michigan to show the world they’ve got something to prove. Their debut album Rinse and Repeat under Mighty Loud/InGrooves released September 22nd. Guitarist Phillip Vilenski took time out of his day to discuss the new record and inspirations behind the …

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Interview: Jonny of Nothing More

San Antonio quartet Nothing More has gone from Texas’ hidden gem to the biggest diamond on the market when it comes to the music industry, of course. The rising experimental rock group continues to break their own boundaries when creating new music. Lyrically raw, musically ground-breaking, and personally down-to-earth, Nothing …

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RED Announces Sixth Studio Album “Gone”

Christian rock band RED announced this afternoon the release of their highly-anticipated sixth studio album, Gone, to be released on October 27. Currently the band is taking pre-orders through their PledgeMusic account which can be found here. In addition to the new album announcement, RED revealed the record’s track list: Step …

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Anti-Flag to Release “American Fall” This November

Anti-Flag’s new studio album, American Fall, follows 2015’s well-received American Spring. With Good Charlotte’s Benji Madden on board as co-producer, the band has intensified their signature anthemic style with bigger melodies, tighter songcraft, and thicker guitars. American Fall is bold – both musically and politically – and Anti-Flag’s time is now. With Anti-Flag, a new album is always a call …

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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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