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Interview: Taking Back Sunday Talks “Tell All Your Friends”, 20th Anniversary Shows, and the Meaning of Legacy

By: Jessica Nakamoto – With three gold albums, four Top 10 records, and ten Top 10 singles, Long Island Music Hall of Fame inductees, and acclaimed rock band, Taking Back Sunday, have clearly had many milestones to commemorate over the course of their impressive career. And as vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist/vocalist John Nolan, drummer Mark O’Connell, … Continue reading

Photos: Taking Back Sunday @ St. Andrew’s Hall

Photos by: Jamie Limbright – Pop-Punk band Taking Back Sunday who released a compilation album titled Twenty on January 11th, 2019 via Concord, performed at St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit last night (Oct. 24th).

Jimmy Eat World Announce New Album “Surviving”, Drop Video for “All the Way (Stay)”

By: Staff – Jimmy Eat World are back with their 10th studio album, Surviving, which is set for release on October 18th via RCA. The band also released a brand new music video for the first single titled “All The Way (Stay)”, which you can watch below. “… I realize that I wouldn’t be who … Continue reading

Taking Back Sunday Classic Gets Electropop Makeover From I Fight Fail

By: Staff – When you’re a band with members raised on early 2000’s emo/punk rock, it’s only a matter of time before your rehearsal turns into a jam session of “Cute Without The E” by Taking Back Sunday. Today, the Canton, OH-based trio I Fight Failhave officially released their electro-rock take on the 2002 emo … Continue reading

The Early November Announces New Album “Lilac”, Drops New Song “Hit By A Car (In Euphoria)”

By: Staff – Lilac is in bloom. The highly anticipated fifth studio album from The Early November will be released on September 27th via Rise Records. The band’s first album since 2015’s Imbue, Lilac represents a shift towards a more pop-centric sound while preserving the raw vulnerability that The Early November has become known for. Pre-orders are … Continue reading

Album Review: Frank Iero and the Future Violents – “Barriers”

By: Kirstin Bews –       Frank Iero, formerly of 2000’s emo greats My Chemical Romance, is releasing his solo project Barriers on May 31st. Akin to  namesake, barriers, considers how we set obstacles around ourselves for protection. Each song contemplates metaphorical walls that Iero has built up or knocked down, an experience most … Continue reading

Photos: Knuckle Puck @ The Opera House

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Chicago-based pop-punk band Knuckle Puck, who released their newest album, Shapeshifter, on October 13th, 2017 via Rise, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (May 12th).

Photos: Taking Back Sunday, The Maine @ Ace of Spades

Photos by: Kyle Simmons – Pop-Punk band Taking Back Sunday, who released a compilation album titled Twenty on January 11th, 2019 via Concord, which featured two new recordings, “All Ready to Go”, and “A Song for Dan”, and which followed up their 2016 album, Tidal Wave, performed at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, California last night … Continue reading

Taking Back Sunday Announces Second Leg of 2019 North American Tour

By: Staff – Throughout 2019, Taking Back Sunday is celebrating their 20th anniversary with a year-long celebration, including an extensive worldwide tour, paying tribute to their catalog – and their fans – with full album performances, plus a 21-song career-spanning compilation (featuring two new songs), titled Twenty, available now on Craft Recordings. Today (2/26), the band has announced the second leg of … Continue reading

Photos: Silverstein, Hawthorne Heights @ The Opera House

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein, who released their ninth album, Dead Reflection, on July 14th, 2017 via Rise Records, which featured the single “Retrograde”, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Dec. 15th) with post-hardcore band Hawthorne Heights, who released their newest album, Bad Frequencies, on April 27th, 2018 via Pure Noise Records. … Continue reading