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It's finally here. This solo record from Converge frontman Jacob Bannon has been a long time coming, with rumours and snippets circulating for the best part of 15 years. The wait has been worth it, though, as ‘WYW’ is lofty, rich and emotionally draining. Fans of the more expansive elements of Jacob’s day-job will be on somewhat familiar ground, but this is

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A true return to form for The Maine. They may be 10 years and six albums deep now, but The Maine still feel fresh and exciting here. Where their last album ‘American Candy’ was fatally flawed – coming up short on both substance and character – this one is watertight and brimming with the best songs they’ve ever written. John O’Callaghan’

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An album to take Blood Youth to the next level. In an age where so many charlatans use digital software like cheat codes in place of ability, it’s refreshing to hear a band who actually sound like a band. A couple of EPs over the last few years have already proved that Blood Youth pack a meaty punch, but it’s scant preparation for just how outstanding this debut album

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Oh, this is good. This is really good. Turns out that sequels don’t always suck. Following the leftfield invention of 2014’s debut album ‘Life As A Dog’, Illinois MC Kristine Flaherty – AKA K.Flay – has one-upped herself. Packing a cinematic production, bags of attitude and irresistible couplets evoking intrigue, a sense of time, place and fee

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It's not what you'd expect from Radke & co. Ronnie Radke is a borderline creative genius, capable of provoking unrivalled fury – but ‘Coming Home’ proves deeply underwhelming. Like a punk shaving off their mohawk, this fourth album sees Radke’s provocative brilliance shed in favour of an expansive, slick sound. Gone is the outrage, replaced by

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A debut that leaves its mark. Perfection and polish are all well and good, but it’s the records that truly move us that linger in the memory. LEAV/E/ARTH’s debut album does just that, the Ohio five-piece sweeping from heartbreak to euphoria, dissonance to radio-baiting melodrama with real poise. Vocalist Leah Stenger brings her soulful, wounded delivery to bear on hu

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Eww. The new episode of Panic! At The Disco's tour videos is here, and Brendon has an unwanted visitor. Find out what happened when they found a rat in their dressing room, take a look at some Panic! At The Disco memorabilia and see what they get up to on their days off. If you missed it, you can also catch the moment Noah Schnapp (AKA Will from Stranger Things) joined P

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Do you remember? The Maine have shared a new song from their upcoming album. It's called 'Do You Remember (The Other Half Of 23)' and it's pure pop-rock gold that's perfect for driving in the sunshine. Don't believe us? Just listen. See! The Maine's new album 'Lovely, Little, Lonely' is out April 07 via 8123 and the band will play Slam D

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Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new video by No Skin! "Total Aggravation" is some vicious hardcore, people. The band tears forward just like a great neo-hardcore band should: there are pounding riffs, spastic drums, and shredded-to-hell vocals. This is compact, raw, and mean. Speaking to Punknews, the band's Tyler Barrett (who also contributes to the site from time-to-time) said, "We

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Black Dots and Gentlemen Prefer Blood have announced that they will be releasing a four-track split 7-inch that will be out via La Escalera Records on April 28, 2017. You can hear a couple of songs from the release below.




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