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If you are a fan of pop/punk and don’t know who Seaway is…where have you been? Over the past few years Seaway have been making waves (pun intended) in their genre as one of the bands to watch. With their latest effort, the 90’s tinged Vacation, the band is riding a wave (yes, pun intended again) on one of the coolest tours of 2018 as direct support for fellow Canadian […]

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  Dates & Festival Updates Announced For 2018 World’s Loudest Month U.S. Music Festival Series  Monster Energy Fort Rock Moves To Fort Lauderdale  Monster Energy Welcome To Rockville Presale Underway  Rocklahoma Renewals, Redemptions & Layaways Begin On November 6  Rock On The Range, Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion and Northern Invasion Layaway & Early Bird Tickets Begin November 8 Artist Lineups For All Festivals Coming Soon  2018 event dates, festival updates, […]

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SELF HELP FESTIVAL EXPANDS TO INCLUDE DATES IN PHILLY, DETROIT, ORLANDO & SAN BERNARDINO LINEUPS TO INCLUDE A DAY TO REMEMBER, RISE AGAINST, UNDERØATH, PIERCE THE VEIL, FALLING IN REVERSE & MORE! Purchase Tickets For Self Help Festival Now! July 21, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA – Celebrating its 4th year, the popular punk rock event of the year SELF HELP FESTIVAL will make its anticipated return in 2017 with shows in […]

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Review by: Zara Roach Photos by: Bryan Sette Green Day’s Revolution Radio tour at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach was an amazing show from start to finish. Green Day gives back to their fan base at a sold out show on Sunday September 3, 2017. Playing to a packed crowd they shot t-shirts out and called up fans to sing and play guitar and even keep the […]

“There’s no pretenses, no costumes, nothing on stage that we do that is out of the element of bringing heavy, beautiful music to you.” -Ben Flanagan (Black Map) There really is no better way to put it. If you don’t know who Black Map is yet, seeing them open up for Chevelle on their current summer tour will engrain them into you. With a stellar new album, In Droves, the […]

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If ever there was a time for Godsmack front man Sully Erna to tour, October would definitely be it. Luckily the sunshine state gets Mr. Erna rolling through on his solo tour through hallows eve weekend. A definite departure from what Godsmack fans may be used to, Erna brings a show more a kin to a stripped down acoustic setting, but still with his signature percussive styling. On his latest […]

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I remember the day that Julian Cires e-mailed me the tracks that comprised Leaving Paris, excitedly downloading each mp3 and giving feedback via messenger on each track to him and the bands original bassist. Like many fans, I had been privy to hearing the band test these songs out live before crowds for a while at this point, but there’s something about hearing the final product through your speakers for […]

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2015 brought music fans a lot of great new releases. From major label debuts to super groups and unsigned artists, we’ve put together our list of the top 10 for 2015. You’ve got gift cards for the holidays – it’s time to use em and we’re here to help! Meg Myers – Sorry Originally from right here in sunny south Florida (despite how much she loves to boast being from Tennessee […]

Few bands can bounce back after losing their vocalists; however Flyleaf is not just any band. If you have listened to any of their albums – from their raucous self-titled debut, to their beautifully crafted latest effort, Between the Stars, this has never been more evident. With a new album and new vocalist Kristen May at the mic, the band is sounding better than ever with their strongest effort yet, […]

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