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REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – ‘So Much (For) Stardust’

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Emo punk/pop-rockers Fall Out Boy have returned with their eighth studio album, ‘So Much (For) Stardust’. It’s been a little over five years since the band has released a record, the last being 2018’s ‘Mania’. This album welcomes more of a familiar, yet fresh sound to the band. Returning to producer Neil Avron, who produced […]

REVIEW: Can’t Swim – ‘Thanks But No Thanks’

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The New Jersey emo underdogs Can’t Swim have returned with their fourth full-length album, ‘Thanks But No Thanks’. It hasn’t been too long since their last record dropped, which was about a year and a half prior to this one. This album finds a bit of a return to form to their roots, toning down […]

REVIEW: Pierce the Veil – ‘The Jaws Of Life’

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Scene legends Pierce the Veil have returned from a seven year gap of no music with their fifth studio record, ‘The Jaws of Life’. This record marks 17 years of Pierce the Veil being a band, and it definitely shows in the growth on this record in particular. They go for a more alternative 90’s […]

RANKED: Top 20 Pop-Punk/Emo Songs of 2022

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Our year-end lists for songs/albums of the years have all come out. But what about songs in specific beloved genres? Maybe genres that thrive most in the summer and sometimes in the fall, depending on the song or band that is.  I’m here to rank the Top 20 Pop-Punk and Emo Songs of 2022 and […]

REVIEW: Thousand Below – ‘Hell Finds You Everywhere’

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Scene up and comers Thousand Below have dropped their third full-length record, ‘Hell Finds You Everywhere’. It’s their first full release since 2019’s ‘Gone In Your Wake’ and the hype has been building to this album coming out. The record touches on all of the bands strength’s throughout their career thus far, but also not […]

REVIEW: Fit For a King – ‘The Hell We Create’

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Modern metalcore staples Fit For a King have returned with their seventh full-length record, entitled ‘The Hell We Create’.  It’s their return since 2020’s ‘The Path’, which didn’t feel too long ago. This album dives back into their metalcore roots and back into a more familiar territory with this band after their last record straying […]

REVIEW: Sleeping With Sirens – ‘Complete Collapse’

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Scene veterans Sleeping With Sirens have returned with their seventh full-length record, entitled ‘Complete Collapse’. It’s their first full release since 2019’s ‘How It Feels to Be Lost’ and the first release with new drummer Matty Best. This album continues the heavier vibes for them from the last record, along with experimenting here and there. […]

INDIGHXST Drop New Single And Video For “Glitch”

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New Jersey up and comers INDIGHXST have dropped a new single and video for their song “Glitch”. This marks their first release since their previous single “Lace” earlier this year. They’re newer to the scene, and this song feels like it’d be a great introduction to them. The song consists of heavy instrumentals and melodies […]

REVIEW: The Wonder Years – ‘The Hum Goes On Forever’

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Philadelphia pop-punk and emo pioneers The Wonder Years have returned with their newest album ‘The Hum Goes On Forever’. It’s their first full-length record since 2018’s ‘Sister Cities’. This album feels like a journey throughout their entire discography, all into a collection of 12 songs coming straight from the heart of frontman Dan Campbell. It’s […]

REVIEW: Oceans Ate Alaska – ‘Disparity’

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British metalcore legends Oceans Ate Alaska have returned with their third record, entitled ‘Disparity’. This marks their first full release since their sophomore release ‘Hikari’ back in 2017. This album also marks the return of their former frontman James Harrison, after the departure of Jake Noakes. This record just shows how this band is back to […]