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No Fix Tour – Baltimore, MD – 5.8.18

Luis Rosales
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Rams Head Live is next to hold Underoath’s No Fix Tour as they celebrate their long awaited release of Erase Me. Joining Underoath on the tour is Dance Gavin Dance, Veil of Maya, and LIMBS. Check out the gallery below as Luis Rosales was able to attend this fantastic show.   Up first for the night is […]

No Sun / No Moon Tour – Baltimore, MD – 10.8.17

Sarah Eckstine
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The Devil Wears Prada’s No Sun / No Moon Tour made its way to the Soundstage in Baltimore, Maryland, and a normally quiet Sunday evening was met with thundering performances including those by Thousand Below, Silent Planet, and Veil of Maya. Our photographer Sarah Eckstine was there to capture all the action! Thousand Below   […]

Check out the Vans Warped Tour 2016 compilation tracklist

Alfredo Preciado
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With the 2016 Vans Warped Tour only 2 weeks away, the tracklist for the official compilation album has been revealed. Along with the standard edition, Target will be selling an exclusive package which features PVRIS vocalist Lynn Gunn on the cover as well as the band’s latest single “You And I”. The compilation is now available […]

Caliber ‘Picks of the Week’ #1

CaliberTV Team
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Check out what our staff has been listening to lately on our Caliber ‘Picks of the Week’ first edition! Let us know what you’ve been listening to lately in the comments below. Tyler Dugoni: Veil Of Maya – “Mikasa”Alfredo Preciado: Volumes – “Erased”Richard Ramirez: Silverstein – “Milestone”Matthew Powers: Tyler Carter – “Sophisticated”Michael Bird: Enter Shikari […]

Best of 2015: Song of the Year

CaliberTV Team
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The best thing about a new year is new music. Whether the band just released an album or hasn’t in a few years, it always seems like Christmas all year around. To see bands grow and try out new music styles, or even feature a new vocalist, is something worth appreciating. Here’s the top ten […]

ALBUM: Veil Of Maya – ‘Matriarch’

Matthew Powers
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Veil of Maya have been long-regarded as a heavyweight in the ever-popular “Djent” movement. Since they have landed in the scene, the sound has become less of an oddity and more of a trend with an increasing number of bands occupying the idea in an effort to fit in (Papa Roach, anyone?). Veil of Maya […]