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A Day To Remember Releases Heavy Yet Melodic Single “Miracle”
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A Day To Remember Releases Heavy Yet Melodic Single “Miracle”

A Day To Remember has released a brand new song in the form of "Miracle". The energetic new track features crunchy guitar riffs, melodic vocals, and a brutal breakdown that rivals some of their best work. Over the last nearly two decades as a band, they've unassumingly become one of the biggest rock bands of the new millennium. Photo Credit: James Hartley The new single comes as the band prepares to hit the road. The Just Some Shows and Just Some More Shows tours will feature bands like The Used, The Ghost Inside, Beartooth, Magnolia Park, and others. The first leg runs July 27th through August 27th. They'll head back on leg two from October 1st through the 29th. "Miracle" is the first new material from ADTR since the 2021 Your Welcome album. Featuring stand-out tracks like "Min...
Magnolia Park’s ‘Heart Eater’ EP Is A Pop Punk Masterpiece
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Magnolia Park’s ‘Heart Eater’ EP Is A Pop Punk Masterpiece

The new EP from Magnolia Park is out now. Heart Eater is an action-packed four-song EP loaded with special guests. The only complaint that comes to mind is the fact I didn't discover these guys sooner. Magnolia Park first popped on my radar in March when vocalist Joshua Roberts teamed up with 408 on the pop-punk anthem "Mark Hoppus". The song made some waves even catching the attention of the Blink 182 vocalist/bassist himself on Twitter. Leading up to the release of Heart Eater, they dropped singles with members of Bad Suns, Mayday Parade, and former skateboarder/YouTube star Chad Tepper. Fast forward to Friday and the release of the EP, they dropped their strongest track to date. "Serious" is the one song on the EP that doesn't have a guest appearance. And just goes to show they...
Anthemic New Single From 408 Features Underoath Vocalist
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Anthemic New Single From 408 Features Underoath Vocalist

The Alternative/pop-punk foursome 408 are back with a brand new video for "U 2". The anthemic new single features Aaron Gillespie from Underoath. It's the second single off their upcoming album Out Of It and will be released by Regime Music Group and BreakSilence Recordings. 408 made waves earlier this year when they dropped "Mark Hoppus". The lead single from Out Of It even caught the attention of the Blink 182 frontman himself. We're really liking what we've heard from this band and hope the special guests continue. Although, they undoubtedly have the chops to stand on their own too. The album is due out later this year so stay tuned for a release date sometime soon. Out of It was recorded with producer/engineer Andrew Wade and Andy Karpovck (A Day To Remember) at The Audio C...
Pop-Punk Band 408 Pays Tribute To Mark Hoppus On Catchy New Single
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Pop-Punk Band 408 Pays Tribute To Mark Hoppus On Catchy New Single

Orlando's 408 has just dropped a new single that's making some waves. The song is a tribute to Blink 182's legendary bassist "Mark Hoppus" and the accompanying music video will put a smile on your face. 408 teamed up with Kellin Quinn from Sleeping With Sirens and Joshua Roberts from Magnolia Park to pay tribute to an artist that's had a huge impact on their lives. The goal was to record a genre mashup that stayed true to themselves while paving new ground. The resulting collaboration combines elements of Juice WRLD style trap with pop-punk vibes and they've succeeded in creating something unique. To the point that they've gotten the attention of Mark Hoppus himself as evidenced by this tweet by the man himself. https://twitter.com/markhoppus/status/1507059696577875969 No...
Angels & Airwaves First New Album In Seven Years Is Worth The Wait
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Angels & Airwaves First New Album In Seven Years Is Worth The Wait

The Tom DeLonge-led, Angels & Airwaves have returned with their first new album in seven years called Lifeforms. Their North American tour got off to a rousing start the other night in Riverside, California. In a recent interview with Grammy.com, DeLong along with drummer Ilan Rubin gets more in-depth on how the album came together. When asked about the new project, DeLonge had this to say, "Whatever you may or may not have thought Angels was, I think this album will honestly catch you by surprise." https://twitter.com/AVABandOfficial/status/1443688228473688066 DeLonge reconnected with former bandmate Mark Hoppus last summer when it was revealed the Blink 182 bassist was battling cancer. Thankfully Hoppus was recently deemed cancer-free and a recent article in People discu...