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Archives for July 2015

Terror

“Mind at War” (video) We’ve all got battles to fight, and oftentimes they’re with ourselves. This frightfully inward scenario is the crux of veteran hardcore crew Terror‘s new single, “Mind at War.” Fittingly enough, a new video for the crushing cut has been fit with plenty of conflict-heavy visuals. The video blends vintage wartime clips

Party Like A Pop Star

Do yourself a favor and leave your desk to vacay in the Mediterranean, and if you’re thinking Ibiza, just skip on over to Cyprus is where it’s at with your favorite celebrities.   Speaking of island hopping, just a few days ago, Chris Brown was held up in the Philippines for a previous contract dispute

The Sword

“Mist & Shadow” (video) Before the Sword take you on a full tour of their High Country, the stoney metal crew are letting you take a taste of the darkness via a stream of the set’s “Mist & Shadow.” Full of life questions and blazing riffs, you can check out the track in an online

Kalle Mattson

“Avalanche” (video) Ottawa-based singer-songwriter Kalle Mattson is set to return with a new EP titled Avalanche later this summer. Before the new six-song set arrives, though, he’s shared a new clip for the EP’s title track.   The video pays homage to 35 iconic album covers, depicting each one with Mattson’s own unique twist.  

Open Letters

’10-23′ (album stream) Vancouver-via-Abbotsford pop punk crew Open Letters recently previewed their 10-23 LP with the video for “It’s Cool But Unfun Already Did It.” Now they’ve gone a step further and shared the 12-song album in full. The release was recorded by Curtis Buckoll, who did an excellent job capturing the fullness of the three-piece band’s technical, melodic,

Statik Selektah

“Harley’s Blues” (video) Last week, Statik Selektah and his fiancée Fran celebrated the birth of their first child, Harley. Though Harley was born healthy, a new video explains that Fran suffered from HG (hyperemesis gravidarum) during the pregnancy. The disease could have caused birth defects, but thankfully didn’t. Now, Static Sleekatah is using his Lucky 7

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