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Dayseeker To Release Deluxe Reissue Of ‘What It Means To Be Defeated’

Last year the post hardcore outfit Dayseeker released their debut full-length effort, What It Means To Be Defeated. Since then, the band has kept themselves busy with touring. Apparently that’s not all they’ve been up to though, which was made clear by their exciting announcement.

The band confirmed they are releasing a deluxe reissue of What It Means To Be Defeated next month. The reissue will feature four acoustic renditions of their popular songs. The original tracks have also been remixed and remastered. You can pre-order the album through InVogue Records’ MerchNow page.

In addition to the announcement, the band revealed a music video for their single “Sleep In The Sea.” The video is available to watch below. Read more »

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Bring Me The Horizon To Release Another Single Next Week

It’s only been a couple of days since Bring Me The Horizon premiered their standalone single, “Drown,” but it seems they are poised to drop another one on us much sooner than expected. Frontman Oli Sykes tweeted earlier this evening that the band will release a new song titled “Don’t Look Down” next week. You can read his tweet below the jump.

Though it’s unlikely the band will be releasing a new album this year, the fact that they are releasing two songs right in a row is very exciting. I know I’m looking forward to hearing it myself! Read more »

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Of Mice & Men Release Music Video For “Feels Like Forever”

Metalcore kings Of Mice & Men have been on the road non-stop and releasing singles since their latest record, Restoring Force, dropped via Rise Records this past year. Who would’ve known that this record would jettison the band to mainstream success to the point of opening for Linkin Park on their upcoming European tour?

The band has released yet another video, this time for their latest single entitled “Feel Like Forever” which premiered on USA Today. The video shows the band performing inside a beatdown warehouse and singer Austin Carlile being submerged into deep water before coming back out towards the end of the video.

Check it out below and be sure to pay attention to the Of Mice & Men camp as they continue their ongoing success. Read more »

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Trophy Eyes Stream “Penfold State Forest” From ‘Mend, Move On’

Australian hardcore/pop-punkers Trophy Eyes are gearing up to release their debut full-length Mend, Move On after their recent signing to Hopeless Records. The band has already released new songs “In Return” and “White Curtains” from the effort.

Another brilliant song from the “land down under” quintet was released today, entitled “Penfold State Forest,” and it surely has given closure that the record will be one to hear upon release. The album is slated for release on November 4 and is now up for pre-order on iTunes.

Check out the stream of the song below. Read more »

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John Nolan Releases Music Video For “Here Comes The Wolf” from ‘Bridge And Tunnel’

A couple weeks back, John Nolan, guitarist of Taking Back Sunday, released his new song that he contributed to the soundtrack for the 2014 independent film Bridge and Tunnel, titled “Here Comes The Wolf”.

Today, the official music video for the song premiered on AltPress. The video shows Nolan having clown makeup while performing with a backing band wearing who are different masks. Other cut scenes depict Nolan at an amusement park and smearing black makeup all over himself. The song recently won best original song at the Long Island International Film Festival for the independent film.

Check out the music video below after the jump and be sure to check out the interview that Nolan did with UTG TV. Read more »

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MUSIC VIDEO: Silent Planet – “Native Blood”

We finally have the second single off Silent Planet‘s forthcoming debut full-length album, The Night God Slept. The group teamed up with Revolver Mag to premiere the music video for their new song “Native Blood,” and you can also watch it below.

Between their lead single and this track, it’s safe to say that this is going to be an incredible album. While I personally enjoyed the first song more, this one is still solid. If you have also enjoyed what you’ve heard so far, be sure to pick up a pre-order before the album hit stores November 10. Physical bundles can be purchased through Storenvy. Read more »

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MUSIC VIDEO: Chvrches – “Under The Tide”

Last year, the electronic three-piece known as Chvrches released their debut full-length album, The Bones Of What You Believe, and spiked in popularity. Earlier today they released a psychedelic, animated music video for their single, “Under The Tide.” You can watch the video by taking a look beneath the break.

The band has a handful of tour dates coming up over the next weeks. They will be in the UK, France and Asia between October 30 and November 30. You can find a full list of tour dates and stops through their Facebook page. Read more »

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Listen To Have Mercy’s New Album, ‘A Place Of Our Own,’ In Full

Earlier today Have Mercy put their awesome new album, A Place Of Our Own, up on YouTube. Fans can now stream it in its entirety just a little less than a week before it officially hits shelves. You can give it a listen below the break.

Don’t forget to pick up a pre-order for the album while they are still up for sale. You can purchase a physical bundle through MerchNow, or a digital copy on iTunes.

A Place Of Our Own hit stores October 27. Read more »

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Marian Hill’s “Got It” and We Love It

We’re about as bummed as can be that we’re just now discovering Philadelphia’s Marian Hill. The electronic duo have soul and swagger for miles and it’s wholly evident on their fantastic new single, “Got It.”

Following their super smooth Play EP, Samantha Gongol and Jeremy Lloyd are back with a sultry, modern R&B jam that we’ve had on repeat for hours on end. Originally premiering over at Disco Naïveté last week, the track features the big, refreshing beats that were prominent on their last release, serving as a foundation for Gongol’s hypnotic vocal prowess and funky electronic elements that you’ll lose yourself to immediately. It’s seductive and saxual (that’s saxophone sexual) with some serious ’90s vibes.

“Got It” will be released in 7″ format on December 9 via B3SCI Records with an accompanying track, entitled “Lips.” You can pre-order the record here and stream the new single below. Read more »

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Knuckle Puck Stream New EP

Knuckle Puck have been on a hot streak recently and have no plans to slow down. This morning, the band debuted a stream of their upcoming EP, While I Stay Secluded, via Alternative Press.

The 6-track EP will arrive on Bad Timing Records on October 28, but you can check it out now via the full YouTube stream below the jump. Pre-orders for While I Stay Secluded can be found here. Read more »

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Iggy Azalea Premieres “Iggy SZN” from ‘Reclassified’

After a tremendous year, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea will be releasing a reissue of her breakout album, The New Classic. The reissue, called Reclassified, will be available November 24 on Def Jam Records.

So what’s new about Iggy’s Reclassified? Well, the album features 7 of the biggest hits from The New Classic, plus 5 brand new tracks with featured artists including Jennifer Hudson, Ellie Goulding and MØ.

Check out the Reclassified‘s tracklist below along with the brand new song, “Iggy SZN,” via HipHopNMore. Read more »

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First ‘Insidious: Chapter 3′ Trailer Teases A Chilling Prequel

You know Halloween is close because the number of trailers for studio-backed horror features has been on the rise for several weeks. Today, it’s Insidious: Chapter 3 that finds its way onto our front page.

Set years prior to the events witnessed in the first two Insidious films, Insidious: Chapter 3 will tell the story of how gifted psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) reluctantly agreed to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl (Stefanie Scott) who had been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity. It was a decision that launched Rainier’s career as a demon-fighting bad-ass, and now we’ll learn how it all went down. You can view the film’s first trailer below: Read more »