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    Ice Nine Kills has announced their fall headline tour that will give fans a unique opportunity to experience prom like never before. The Hell In The Hallways Tour plays off the band’s cinematic video for their song “Hell in the Hallways,” which creates a fresh, new spin on the 1976 cult classic film Carrie, based on Stephen King’s 1974 novel […]

    The post Ice Nine Kills Announce “Hell In The Hallways” Headlining Tour appeared first on New Noise Magazine.

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    Two weeks ahead of the release of new album Desolate Divine, Rockford, IL’s The Color Morale has released their new track “Lonesome Soul” today. The band’s fifth studio-album is set to release on August 19th, and is available for pre-order both digitally and physically at Each pre-order includes instant downloads of new singles “Walls,” “Clip Paper […]

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    Paris, France five-piece Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! has released their brand new song, “Blame It On This Song,” which comes as the perfect ending to their summer-long trek on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour. The upbeat track serves up a hefty dose of the band’s signature catchy riffs and melodies while evoking the bittersweet nostalgia that often […]

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    The Color Morale Desolate Divine (Fearless Records) Someone please help hopecore. It feels like after all these years there is no longer hope for any -core aspect of the genre. As previously seen with We Came As Romans’ 2015 self-titled record, the world will now see The Color Morale follow in the same footsteps. While […]

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    Just days before their debut album release, Detroit’s explosive rock band I Prevail has announced they’ll be returning to the road in December for their headlining “Rebels Without A Clause Tour 2016.” The band will be touring in support of their new album, Lifelines, which will be released on Friday via Fearless Records. Fans can […]

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    Interview with I Prevail clean vocalist Brian Burkheiser | By Natasha Van Duser Most people probably remember I Prevail from their 2014 cover of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space.” They dropped a reimagined screamo rock version of the pop starlet’s 1989 hit single for Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6 and blew up almost overnight—all thanks to a […]

    The post I Prevail On Their Exposure & Writing With Genuine Emotion appeared first on New Noise Magazine.

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    Grammy-nominated August Burns Red will be celebrating the anniversary of their much-loved album Messengers (2007) with a U.S. tour at the top of 2017. Support on the tour will come from Protest The Hero, In Hearts Wake, and ’68, with the routing set to kick off in Philadelphia, PA on January 4th at Theatre Of Living Arts. VIP tickets are […]

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    I Prevail Lifelines (Fearless Records) When your band is best known for a Pop Goes Punk cover, it’s fair to not have high expectations for their debut full-length. For Michigan’s I Prevail, their “Blank Spaces” cover, while fine, showcased a talented band somewhat lacking in personality. It’s an affliction that affects many new post-hardcore groups, as […]

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    Interview with Pierce The Veil bassist Jaime Preciado and vocalist/guitarist Vic Fuentes Sometimes, refusing to half-ass anything ends up being a real pain in the ass. For San Diego’s finest, Pierce The Veil, the creation of their fourth record turned out to be a real misadventure. Misadventures—out now via Fearless Records—finds the band setting the […]

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    As It Is Okay. (Fearless Records) As It Is may not be a household name quite yet, but considering their label debut (of 2015) was highly acclaimed, and their brand new sophomore effort is certainly praise worthy, the five-piece could very well hit that mark with 2017. The album, titled Okay., is split between pop-punk […]

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    Alongside their current European tour, Phoenix, AZ’s The Word Alive has released a new song called “Misery” (listen below). Lead singer Telle Smith describes the high-energy track as another “extension” of Dark Matter, the band’s latest studio album which peaked at No. 1 on the iTunes Metal and Rock Charts. “We wanted to bridge the gap between our newest […]

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    Los Angeles, CA’s heavy rock five-piece Volumes has announced U.S. headline tour dates, with support from Fire From The Gods. The tour kicks off on April 23 in Wichita, KS, and concludes on May 13 in Somerset, NJ, with several festival performances scheduled throughout the trek, including Welcome To Rockville, Carolina Rebellion and Northern Invasion. Volumes is […]

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