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The Maine release new single “My Best Habit”

Alfredo Preciado
After teasing fans all week with lyrics, The Maine have released their new brand new single “My Best Habit.” “My Best Habit” is off the band’s upcoming album You Are Ok, which is slated for a March 29th release. Check out the official track list as well as a stream for “My Best Habit” below. TRACK LIST: […]

ALBUM: Northlane – ‘Mesmer’

Michael Bird
NEW NORTHLANE! OUTTA NOWHERE! Well, it had been obvious something was coming from the steady trickle of tracks the band dropped over the last few months, but they and the team behind them deserve props for keeping Mesmer a pretty well kept secret before it was unleashed on an unsuspecting world. This does create a […]

ALBUM: ONE OK ROCK – ‘Ambitions’

Michael Bird
They’re so big in their native Japan that Fall Out Boy are supporting them on their upcoming tour. But you’d be forgiven for not having heard of ONE OK ROCK before now, as they’ve never earned as much attention from Western listeners as Babymetal or even Crossfaith. The game plan of new album Ambitions is to […]

ALBUM: Attila – ‘Chaos’

Michael Bird
Thousands, if not millions of people are either outraged by them, or think they’re moronic. They show complete disregard for this, and only seem to thrive on the hate, attracting a bizarrely obsessive cult of followers despite the scorn poured on them by mainstream (i.e. sensible) thinkers. They draw large live crowds and entertain a […]

ALBUM: Memphis May Fire – ‘This Light I Hold’

Michael Bird
Bring Me the Horizon have ‘gone pop’. Of Mice & Men have gone KROQ. Asking Alexandria… well lord knows what’s happening with them right now, but if Danny Worsnop is back for good then it wouldn’t be surprising if they went further down the rock ‘n’ roll route they’d tapped into as early as Reckless […]

ALBUM: Dance Gavin Dance – ‘Mothership’

Michael Bird
It’s not unfair to say that expectations generally weren’t high the last time we got a new Dance Gavin Dance record. After the misstep of 2013’s Acceptance Speech, which came off the back of three vocalist changes within five years, you’d be forgiven for having written them off. But just as post-hardcore brethren Silverstein relaunched […]

ALBUM: Taking Back Sunday – ‘Tidal Wave’

Michael Bird
After years of chasing their tails, trying to replicate the charms of Tell All Your Friends and assuredness of Louder Now to no avail, Long Island’s second best post-hardcore band finally produced an album that lived up to their first three in Happiness Is, after realising that they didn’t need to repeat themselves ad infinitum […]