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Stream A Reimagined Version Of Letlive.’s “The Dope Beat”

Last year Letlive. released their hugely successful album The Blackest Beautiful. It’s certainly my personal favorite of theirs, and I’m definitely not the only one. Starting in January, the band released their first Renditions track from the album. According to the group, these are reimagined versions of songs from The Blackest Beautiful featuring a variety of guest vocalists. The first song was a reimagined version of “27 Club,” and it included guest vocals by Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die. Now they have revealed the second track in the series, which is “The Dope Beat.” For this …

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Letlive. And Architects To Tour Together

As we near tour season, I am sure we will be seeing a lot more tour announcements in the upcoming months. There have already been some exciting announcements so far, and the good news just keeps on coming in. The newest tour to add to your calendar will be co-headlined by Letlive. and Architects. They will hit the road in the US this April, and wrap things up in May. The two bands will be joined by Glass Cloud and I The Mighty. You can check out a tour flyer by taking a look below the break.

Tickets …

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REVIEW: Stillglow – ‘Wrath’

Artist: Stillglow
Album: Wrath
Genre: Post-Hardcore

Eccentricity is an art in of itself. The process of combining intertwining elements into a cohesive piece of work is a difficult thing, but certainly something post-hardcore act Stillglow strive for. With their new EP Wrath, the band aggressively shoves influence after influence into the listener’s mouth, sometimes making it difficult to swallow, while other times creating a perfect meal.…

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Letlive. Reveals ‘You Are Letlive.’ Campaign

Year after year, letlive. continue to prove themselves as the most thought-provoking outfit in hardcore. After announcing plans to release Renditions, a new take on the band’s fantastic 2013 album The Blackest Beautiful, and releasing a new version of “27 Club” featuring Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley as the first taste of what’s to come, letlive. have pulled the curtains back on You Are letlive.

The band will be taking pictures at the end of upcoming shows and posting them to social media. The fans can later tag themselves in the photos for a chance to …

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Letlive. Release First ‘Renditions’ Track Featuring Keith Buckley

We hear remixes, covers, and collaborations every day, but post-hardcore act letlive. are aiming for a little of all three with their Renditions project. The Los Angeles band enlisted a number of guest vocalists from around the scene to write and perform their own parts over sections of songs from letlive.’s 2013 sophomore album, The Blackest Beautiful.

Here’s what frontman Jason Butler had to say about the project:

We presented them one song off of our latest album and asked them what they would do with a certain section if I (Jason Aalon) never sang in said section. We

Emarosa

Letlive. Frontman May Be Guest Vocalist On Upcoming Emarosa Album

I don’t follow a whole lot of people on Twitter, mostly just people that I work with or bands that I’m interested in. There are some musicians that I love seeing regular updates from, and one of those people is Bradley Walden. Mr Walden, as you may know, is the new frontman of Emarosa. The band has been in the studio working on a new album, and fans have been anxiously waiting to hear what they have been working on.

Walden has been updating fans on the progress of the album via Twitter over the last couple of months, …

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A Day To Remember Announce Self Help Festival

A Day To Remember have announced that they will be hosting and headlining Self Help Festival, which will take place on March 22, 2014 in San Bernadino, California. The lineup is a treat for metal and hardcore fans, featuring performances by Bring Me the Horizon, Of Mice and Men, Stick To Your Guns, and many more.

Limited VIP tickets, which include a screenprinted poster, front-of-the-line pass, and a meet and greet with A Day To Remember, are available right here. General admission tickets will be on sale soon.

Check out a poster the full lineup and more information …

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Jacob Tender’s ‘Best Of 2013′ In Music

‘Tis the season to make the most difficult choices I have to make all year. Seriously, my life is easy enough to make that statement true. I hate making these lists, more-so this year than any year previous. Yet I’m obligated to do so. So here I am.

You see, in January, I told myself that it would be a good idea to listen to more music. What resulted in that was a fine list of albums that I liked, some that I loved, and some that surprised me. Come December, I had roughly 90 records in a tidy Google …

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Kyle Florence’s ‘Best Of 2013′ In Music

When I first sat down earlier in the week and began compiling my favorite albums of 2013, I had grand aspirations. I intended to compose a poignant piece of literature; a perfectly concise, beautifully cultured work of art. Yes, through the power of the written word, I would illustrate the life-altering potential of each of my favorite releases, and readers would be so overwhelmed with emotion that tears of joy would rain down from all directions.

Jump ahead four days, nine pots of coffee, and six annoyingly narcissistic drafts; I had still produced nothing, and I was growing quite irritated …

Matthew Leimkuehler Album of the Year

Matthew Leimkuehler’s ‘Best of 2013′ In Music

2013 was a year full of insurmountable twists and turns with each new record release. One of the best years in recent memory, music fans world-wide rejoiced over incredible releases amongst all genres in the industry. As the year comes to an end, it has been overwhelmingly difficult to narrow down a list of simply 10 LPs and 5 EPs that made a lasting impact on my life; there were so many substantial and complete records delivered throughout the year.

I found myself latching to records I never thought I’d give two listens (Twenty One Pilots — Vessel), I …

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Adrian Garza’s ‘Best of 2013′ In Music

Well it’s that time of the year where we in the music world collectively follow through to toss in our 2 cents worth of opinions (once more) by means of our “best of” lists. After much thought about it – and believe me, I’ve been working on my list since last month – I’ve finally had the time to slave away and finish this beast off at the end of my college finals week

2013 was such a great year for music and for me as well. There were plenty of artists who either put out incredible debut full-lengths, and …

John Bazley Best of 2013

John Bazley’s ‘Best of 2013′ In Music

Looking over the list I’ve penned as my personal ‘Best of 2013 in Music,’ I can’t help but smile. I remember sitting in class around this time last year, scratching down a list on loose leaf of my ‘Most Anticipated of 2013;’ to see how few of those records made my end of the year list is refreshing. Three out of my top ten are debut full-lengths, four are from artists I hadn’t listened to before this year, and one is from a label that established itself in 2013. The discovery and rising popularity of artists I’ve come to love …