Hopeless Records / Sub City announce the 2013 Sub City Take Action Tour featuring The Used, We Came As Romans, Crown The Empire and Mindflow. The 2013 tour will team up with the It Gets Better Project.
Taking Back Sunday at Emo’s was the best reminder that your taste didn’t completely suck as a kid. From the minute they took the stage, a deafening roar came over the crowd that didn’t die down until they played the last note.
Many guys see music festivals as just another way to pick up chicks. As girls, we can get any dude, any day of the year, so why would we waste a once-a-year event like ACL chasing some guy who probably hasn’t showered in a few days?
You know that YouTube video where the scientists put the sugary sweet Mentos in the Coke bottle and the soda starts spewing out? That’s kind of how this show went.
Rock music is made up of many, many subgenres—a ridiculous amount of subgenres. Some are on opposite ends of the spectrum and some have very subtle yet distinct differences. Tuesday night at Emo’s showed a great example of the fantastic creative differences under the broad “rock” genre.
Next Monday, October 8, at 6:30 p.m., the ladies of Bitch Beer are proud to host their first event, the Bitchin’ Brew Party at Thirsty Planet Brewing Company.
Sometimes you just need a pick-me-up. For me, that pick-me-up came in the form of the Scream It Like You Mean It tour last week at Emo’s. Lately, I’ve been feeling bored, tired and unsatisfied with the hardcore scene, but this tour was exactly what I needed to remind me why I love this music. […]
We all remember our firsts. Our first car. Our first love. The first CD we ever bought. For me—and for many others—The Usedwas the first band I ever listened to with harder music and screaming vocals. They started paving the way back in the early 2000s for many popular hardcore bands today, and even after […]
There are a few things you can always rely on during summer: tan lines, devastatingly hot temperatures and the Vans Warped Tour. Last weekend, the tour made its annual stop in San Antonio at the AT&T Center, and despite a few raindrops as the doors opened, fans came out in hordes to see the 80+ […]
Last summer, Of Mice & Men released their sophomore album The Flood , their best album to date and probably one of the best new hardcore albums of 2011. The wildly popular album shot the band onto a whole new level, but it hasn’t all been smooth sailing. Earlier this year, Shayley Bourget, one of […]
Promo photo provided. Chicago-based indie punk band Cut Teeth make some interesting music – in a good way. Absolute Punk said they “sound like they belong in the back catalogs of the best of Jade Tree and Hydra Head.” Mind Equals Blown said that “bands just don’t make music like this anymore” while the band […]
Promo photo from ABR Facebook. At the end of 2011, Lancaster, Pennsylvania based metalcore band August Burns Red was on top of the world. They released their best album to date, Leveler, which peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard 200 charts, and they killed it all summer on the Van’s Warped Tour. With those […]
The first night of any tour is always a gamble. It’s either going to be a mess with technical difficulties and possibly even the realization that the bands on the lineup don’t mix well. Or it’s going to awesome. Luckily for the first night of Rise Against’s Spring 2012 US tour, which took place at […]