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NEVER LOVED SIGN TO EQUAL VISION RECORDS, RELEASES “DEAD INSIDE” SINGLE AND VIDEO

Alternative rock quartet Never Loved is thrilled to announce that they have signed to Equal Vision Records. In addition, the band has teamed up with Billboard to give listeners their very first taste of what’s to come with the premiere of the band’s first single, “Dead Inside.” Fans can check out the video now, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjTaFZeuAPA. “Dead Inside” comes from Never Loved’s forthcoming debut EP, set to be released in 2019.

“’Dead Inside’ is a song about how I fight the frustration of feeling stagnant in life sometimes. It’s a battle of letting the feeling of being stuck consume me versus overcoming it,” shares lead singer Camm Knopp. “I’ll catch myself in this pattern where I let negative thoughts and emotions […]

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AS CITIES BURN SHARE NEW SINGLE “2020 AD”

Today, the Louisiana post-hardcore outfit, As Cities Burn, shared a fiery new single “2020 AD” to celebrate their newfound partnership with Equal Vision Records and the return of original members to their lineup, placing both of the Bonnette brothers on vocals once again. The band will also be touring North America this winter with Silverstein.

Speaking on the occasion the band says:

“We are thrilled to be releasing new music, but even more so to be doing this with a partner like Equal Vision Records. We have so much respect for them as a label and have dreamed of being a part of their family for a long time. 2020 AD started coming together over a year ago as an idea that […]

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THE END OF THE OCEAN PREMIERE NEW SINGLE “DESIRE” WITH REVOLVER AND ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM -aire

Columbus, Ohio based post-rock band, The End Of The Ocean, shared their newest sprawling single, “desire”, today via a premiere with Revolver Magazine. “desire” follows the band’s highly anticipated return to releasing new music with “bravado” earlier this month. Both tracks will be featured on their upcoming sophomore album, -aire, which will be their first album since 2012. “desire” starts with a serene piano riff before the calmness is utterly destroyed. That simple piano is then expertly woven back into the song like the sun breaking through a dissipating storm, resulting in the sort of sonic dynamism that fans have grown to love from The End Of The Ocean. Produced by Mike Watts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Glassjaw), -aire will […]

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ALL GET OUT’S NEW ALBUM ‘NO BOUQUET’ OUT NOW

“Catharthic; a penchant for witty lyricism and explosive breakdowns.” – Audiotree

“What’s greatest about All Get Out’s music is that [they] have found a way to convey rebellion already in progress.” – Daytrotter

“A heartening burst of affirmation… the tender lyrics filled with colour thanks to the signature prowess of the instrumentation that powers forth from the outset, big slabs of guitar interspersed by little moments of refinement that mirror all the peaks and troughs that come intertwined with love and companionship and the weight of it all.” – GoldFlakePaint on “However Long”

“If you dig music with the pure physical force of the grunge era and the heartstring-pulling of turn-of-the-millennium emo, “God Damn” is very worth hearing” – BROOKLYNVEGAN

One of the first […]

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BRENT WALSH RELEASES “MOON CREEP” MUSIC VIDEO; NEW EP OUT TODAY!

Today, Brent Walsh celebrated the release of his sophomore EP Are You Even There at All?, by sharing the spirited video for third single “Moon Creep”. Inspired by acappella act Pentatonix, “Moon Creep” bursts into a full-on pop anthem as it brims with doo-wop vocals and layered harmonies. The video was a collaborative effort amongst friends, shot guerilla-style on the streets of Oakland. This proved to be a fun adventure, improvising last-minute concept and choreography changes to adapt to new locations. The chemistry and passion of those involved translates brilliantly into the clip, culminating with a full-on dance celebration as Walsh belts out “it makes me feel alive.” You can watch the video for “Moon Creep” here and stream Are […]

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