Record of the Day #8 – The Used, Lies For The Liars

The Used dropped a new single this week, titled Over and Over Again, and some people aren’t feeling it. The single, taken from the bands upcoming seventh LP The Canyon is decidedly pop, and this pop sound continues to divide fans of the band. I’m not sure why, because The Used have been a band leaning… Read More Record of the Day #8 – The Used, Lies For The Liars

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Four Year Strong – Four Year Strong (Self-Titled) [Review]

As was the case last year, Four Year Strong have new music out for the Summer, and I’ve come to find that there’s rarely a better time to listen to the Massachusetts four piece. 2014’s Go Down In History was an EP well catered for the season, and its following self-titled release picks up where… Read More Four Year Strong – Four Year Strong (Self-Titled) [Review]

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Real Friends – Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing (Review)

It’s hard to believe that Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing is Real Friends’ debut record. Over the last few years they’ve become one of the most popular young bands in pop-punk, and listening to their debut it’s easy enough to see why, but it’s also clear that they still have… Read More Real Friends – Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing (Review)

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Simple Plan – Get Your Heart On: The Second Coming (Review)

Simple Plan were one of the first alternative bands I ever listened to, and no matter how much they’ve changed since I first heard ‘No Pads…’ their music will still ultimately mean something to me. Sure, they’re getting older and becoming much harder to take seriously as a result of their style not always changing… Read More Simple Plan – Get Your Heart On: The Second Coming (Review)

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Knuckle Puck – The Weight That You Buried (Review)

Knuckle Puck started making a name for themselves with their last EP ‘Don’t Come Home’; four excellent pop punk tracks played in the same vein as already established bands like Real Friends. Latest EP ‘The Weight That You Buried’ should see the band overtaking their neighbours in fantastic fashion. Opener ‘Everything Must Go’ is fast… Read More Knuckle Puck – The Weight That You Buried (Review)

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Mixtapes – Ordinary Silence (Review)

It’s summer, and it’s still raining outside, but it’s summer nonetheless. Sunny summer days need sunny summer soundtracks, and on their last effort (‘Even On The Worst Nights’) Mixtapes nailed that soundtrack pretty much spot on. Now the American punk band are back with their follow up 3rd album entitled ‘Ordinary Silence’ with the hope… Read More Mixtapes – Ordinary Silence (Review)

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