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Counterparts Stream ‘Tragedy Will Find Us’ In Full

Canadian melodic hardcore band Counterparts are streaming their Pure Noise Records debut Tragedy Will Find Us in full, ahead of its July 24 release date. Listen to the record below via Noisey.

Tragedy Will Find Us doubles down on the band’s technical hardcore elements found on previous full-lengths, The Current Will Carry Us and The Difference Between Hell And Home, while picking up the pace with more aggressive vocals, faster tempos from the first track, and occasional spoken word elements. Tragedy Will Find Us shows Counterparts shedding any excess and dovetailing perfectly into their niche sound with their …

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State Champs Announce ‘Around The World And Back,’ Stream “Secrets”

State Champs have been very busy lately. The Albany pop-punk breakouts have spent the past year on the road alongside All Time Low in the U.S. and 5 Seconds Of Summer in Australia. In more good news, it seems they are gearing up finally to put out some new music.

Following their very successful debut full-length from 2013, The Finer Things, and a fantastic acoustic EP, the five-piece have just announced that they will be putting out a brand new record this fall.

Around The World And Back, the band’s impending sophomore effort, will be released on October …

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Senses Fail Stream ‘Pull The Thorns From Your Heart’

Senses Fail have begun streaming their highly anticipated Pure Noise debut, Pull The Thorns From Your Heart, a full week ahead of its official June 30 release. Check it out below (via MerchNow), along with a track-by-track commentary courtesy of vocalist Buddy Nielsen.

“Music-wise, it’s heavy as fuck, and I think on another level, it’s very post-rocky,” Nielsen told Alternative Press back in March. “There are a lot of movements and space and fluidity to the music. I’m really proud of it musically. I’m really proud of it lyrically. It’s the most complete presentation of the band as …

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Senses Fail Share New Single, “Carry The Weight”

In anticipation of their impending Pure Noise debut, Pull The Thorns From The Heart, Senses Fail have unleashed an uplifting new track titled “Carry The Weight.” Check it out after the break (via Revolver), and share your thoughts with us in the replies.

According to frontman Buddy Nielsen, the New Jersey outfit’s latest undertaking is symbolic of his own internal struggles, many of which he did not come to terms with until recently.

“We all carry the weight in the only way we know. For some of us that looks effortless and graceful and for others we are …

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Counterparts Unleash New Single, “Collapse”

Counterparts have teamed with Metal Hammer to premiere the second single off their impending Pure Noise debut, Tragedy Will Find Us.

Titled “Collapse,” the Canadian outfit’s latest offering is a beautiful beatdown laden with the same heart-wrenching emotion found on the previously released “Burn.” Check it out below, and let us know what you think in the comments.

“The song is a metaphor for falling out of love with someone, about how all the beauty is stripped away and you’re left, at least in some cases, hating the person you more or less shared a life with,” …

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REVIEW: Four Year Strong – ‘Four Year Strong’

Artist: Four Year Strong
Album: Four Year Strong
Label: Pure Noise Records
Genre: Easycore, baby

Before we take the next 1,100 words or so to discuss the new Four Year Strong record, let’s talk about presentation.

Four Year Strong is a band that has always cared about presentation. Ridiculous promo pictures featuring the band’s enormous men in FYS-branded varsity jackets, the famous beards, song titles riddled with highly-quotable movie lines, and cartoon album artwork with robot sharks, wizards, and centaurs are all essential parts of the brand that Four Year Strong spent so much time building in the late 2000s. …

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Brigades Announce Debut LP, Stream Lead Single, “Enemy”

South Carolina’s Brigades have teamed up with Substream Magazine to premiere the lead single off their debut full-length, Indefinite. Stream “Enemy” after the break, and let us know if you’re a fan in the replies.

“’Enemy’ is a song about my personal thoughts on organized religion and how toxic it can be to everyone on this earth,” vocalist Darren Young told Substream. “It’s a little more political and controversial compared to most of the other songs, but definitely an important one.”

Indefinite will arrive on July 28 via Pure Noise Records, and will act as the outfit’s second release …

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Counterparts Announce New Record ‘Tragedy Will Find Us,’ Release First Single

Counterparts have proven their worth as the most promising band in melodic metalcore with their fantastic 2013 record, The Difference Between Hell And Home. The Canadian band will follow up that near-perfect record with Tragedy Will Find Us, out August 1 on Pure Noise. You can stream the first single, “Burn,” below.

“Burn” starts off as a standard Counterparts song, with a melodic guitar riff that begins to build up the emotional weight carried by the urgent instrumentals and vocals. Things get weird around the 90-second mark with a tempo change that I love and a spoken word …

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Four Year Strong Debut “Eating My Words”

Four Year Strong have shared yet another new track off their impending self-titled album, which is due out on June 2 through Pure Noise Records.

Titled “Eating My Words,” the Worcester foursome’s latest offering is an introspective punk anthem with one hell of a catchy hook. Check it out after the break, and share your thoughts with us in the replies.

FYS will spend the remainder of the month on the road, touring alongside The Story So Far, Terror, and Souvenirs. If you’d like to get in on the action, a full list of dates can …

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The Story So Far Stream New Self-Titled Album

Following a hearty promotional push, The Story So Far have begun streaming their highly anticipated self-titled album more than a week ahead of its official release. Get in on the action after the jump, and let us know what you think in the replies.

Tomorrow evening, TSSF will kick off a month-long headlining run alongside Four Year Strong, Terror, and Souvenirs. A full list of dates can additionally be found below.

If you haven’t done so already, there’s still time to pre-order the outfit’s third full-length effort before it drops next Tuesday, May 19, through Pure …

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Pure Noise Records Welcomes No Good News

During the winter of 2014 I discovered a band from New York called No Good News that I immediately knew had something special to their sound. I can’t describe what that something was in detail, but I knew it when I heard it, and with each of the thirty-plus plays I gave their EP since that time I have heard it again and again.

Turns out, I’m not alone in thinking this band could be the next big thing.

Today, Pure Noise Records announced the addition of No Good News to their ever-growing roster of talent. The label will be …

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Senses Fail Release Disconcerting Music Video For “The Importance Of The Moment Of Death”

In November of last year, New Jersey post-hardcore outfit Senses Fail announced that they will be entering the studio and releasing Pull The Thorns From Your Heart, their impending sixth studio album, some time this summer. Lead singer Buddy Nielsen describes the effort as “the complete documentation of my transformative spiritual experience from the darkness to the light.”

The new record is officially scheduled for a June 30 release via Pure Noise. Below you will find the music video for its lead single, entitled “The Importance Of The Moment Of Death.” The video features a frighteningly accurate depiction of …