Story of the Year has premiered the official music video for “Bang Bang” exclusively with New Noise Magazine. This DIY video was filmed, directed and edited by Guitarist Ryan Phillips. “Bang Bang” was the first Continue Reading
New Found Glory has been taking their “20 Years of Pop Punk” Tour all around the world, recently teasing an unreleased song before their set every night. Today, the band is excited to Continue Reading
Light The Way Releases Two Singles off of Upcoming Release “False Memory Syndrome” via Indie Vision Music!
Indie Vision Music is proud to announce the upcoming release of “False Memory Syndrome” from rising California pop-punk act, Light The Way. Mixing equal parts catchy melodies with aggressive, fast-paced punk Continue Reading
For the first time in seven years since “The Constant” was released in 2010, St. Louis, Missouri’s own Story Of The Year has released “Wolves”. “Wolves” is produced by Aaron Continue Reading
After an extended hiatus, Hartford, CT’s tHrOnE is back with a new single, “burn,baby” which is now streaming at smarturl.it/tHrOnEburnbaby. The single (which has been picking up steam at CT alternative rock station 104.1 Continue Reading
St. Louis, Missouri – Story of the Year is giving fans one more look into their upcoming album Wolves with the premiere of “Miracle” today on AXS. This track gives the guitar hooks and heavy drums Continue Reading
Editor’s Note: I am going to be reviewing every band/recording artist listed under the website www.azlyrics.com. The band is known as A. That’s it, I am literally starting with the Continue Reading
“Float Around” by Coldfront, taking my generation back to the days of skateboards and the advent of MP3 Players!
Out of Oakville, Ontario, Canada comes a pop-punk band that brings me back to the days of Lit, Sum 41, and Green Day where I would rush home from school Continue Reading
New Found Glory is premiering their new music video for the island jam “The Sound of Two Voices” exclusively with Billboard today. On the track, Billboard shares that the “most un-New Found Glory-sounding song (from Makes Me Sick) Continue Reading