Last month, Yorkshire band Flawes released their new album, Highlights, so we had a chat with the band about the recording and the pitfalls of social media.
Will US rockers Beartooth‘s third album, Disease, break into the mainstream market? Read our thoughts on the album here.
AWOLNATION made a stop at the House of Blues in Boston amidst their month-long tour to support their new album, Here Come The Runts, with support from Nothing But Thieves and Irontom.
By the time the first chords of Beartooth’ “Burnout” ring out, the floor of Manchester’s The Ritz is packed and everyone is ready to party.
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For a while there has been a massive gap in the market for an album that audience of angry, frustrated teenager can call their own.. Is Aggressive that album? Read our review here..
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Listening to this flawless display of electronic alt rock, you have to wonder not if this band will be huge but when. Read our review here…
Glasglow, Scotland rock group Twin Atlantic have had a whirlwind of a career so far. Formed in 2007, the band immediately hit the ground running with the release of their debut along with shows with some very noteworthy bands. After the release of their 2009 mini-album Vivarium, the guys were picked up as a supporting act for tours with Blink 182, My Chemical Romance and The Gaslight Anthem. The group criss-crossed North America and Europe, which along with some mainstream attention from the music press, helped start a hype around them.
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Awolnation has unveiled the new music video for their latest single “Not Your Fault” exclusively on MTV. The band, chosen as this week’s MTV Push Artist of the Week, is coming off a breakout year in 2011 following the release of their debut album ‘Megalithic Symphony’ (Red Bull Records).
There is just as much music out in the world as there are different types of food, movies and opinions on whether or not the moon landing was fake, but with all those differences there are plenty of similarities; stepping outside of the box with musical ideas can be a gamble these days but Awolnation seemed to embrace the challenge. Awolnation was the brain child of Aaron Bruno, a young man who has been in prior successful bands yet never tapped into his full potential. Releasing Megalithic Symphony earlier this year, people have been noticing and appreciating his art form which has been classified by some as “Danger Pop”, which makes him laugh.
Awolnation are currently premiering a live clip of the song “Jump On My Shoulders” HERE. The clip was filmed at the band’s recent gig at La Zona Rosa in Austin, Texas and features the band at their most energetic. “Jump On My Shoulders” is featured on the band’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Megalithic Symphony’.
One of the summer’s surprise alt rock hits has been Under the Influence of Giants/Hometown Hero singer Aaron Bruno’s AWOLNATION. Second record Megalithic Symphony was released back in March but it’s really just started to catch on in the last two months or so thanks to the hit first single “Sail.” “Sail” has been a stable of alternative rock radio but if you thought it was the only good song off of Megalithic Symphony then think again.