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Underoath has announced they are hanging it up after 15 years and releasing a career-spanning collection Anthology 1999-2013 on Nov. 6. 

Were viewing this time as a celebration of the past decade or so as well as a last chance to see and hang out with fans, as well as our friends on the tour, said keyboardist Chris Dudley. Its the end of an era and well be going out on a high note!


Those who have followed mewithoutYou’s music in recent years will likely see their new, self-released Ten Stories as a return to old form. Their previous record, It’s All Crazy!, etc. had been a drastic and intentional departure. Aaron Weiss’ manic, unorthodox hollering was nowhere to be found, deliberately giving way to a more conventional melodic vocal approach. The explosive, schizophrenic drumming and swarthy, tempestuous low end (Rickie Mazzotta and Greg Jehanian, respectively) were accordingly subdued, relegated largely to keeping basic time. Chris Kleinberg had jumped ship for med school, leaving Mike Weiss reluctantly alone on electric guitar, feeling like a session player embellishing…

As Cities Burn

As Cities Burn was a pop punk (earlier material), post-hardcore (midway) and progressive rock(later) band from Mandeville, LA that formed in 2002.

As an unsigned act, the group accomplished impressive success touring and selling thousands of copies of their two EPs. Their success drew the attention of Solid State Records, who signed them in 2004.


ACB released its first full length album, Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest, on June 21 of 2005, and was featured in Solid State’s Young Bloods Tour with The Chariot, Showbread, and He Is Legend.


Earlier in the year, the band released a statement saying that vocalist TJ was getting married and leaving…


It’s been awhile since music has had a rebellious voice. Not since Rage Against the Machine put their fist in the air, in the land of hypocrisy has there been such an unmitigated combustion of sonic ferocity fueled by relentless passion and intrepid ideology. At least not until letlive. came along…

LA’s volatile four-piece rock band fanned the flames of discontent with their critically praised record, Fake History, for a new generation of fans three years ago, and today have announced their long-awaited return with one of the year’s most anticipated albums, The Blackest Beautiful out now via Epitaph Records. letlive. premiered their first new song, “Banshee (Ghost Fame),”…

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