• Our Last Night - Ivory Tower

    Warped Tour faves Our Last Night put out a single called "Ivory Tower" last year. It's a 10/10 banger, if you're into metalcore you'll be a big fan of this track. I'd also be surprised if you aren't familiar with OLN - if you weren't, now you are!
  • The Fatalist - Apocalypse Towers

    Hailing from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, The Fatalist provide their single "Apocalypse Towers". The prog-metal track features heavy and tight drums, fast beats, and synths over the obligatory guitars and bass. Check out the band on Facebook to see what they're up to these days!
  • Vault 51 - Magnolia

    Check out "Magnolia" by Vault 51, a heavy alt-rock band from Atlanta, GA. Powerful, punchy drums with atmospheric piano combine to create a solid wall of sound. The skilled songwriting and arrangement help to further the song's strong emotional content and showcase the band's chops. Enjoy!

  • New Politics at House of Blues San Diego

    After not seeing the band since 2014, I got the chance to check out New Politics on the Lost in Translation tour with support from Dreamers and The Wrecks at their stop in San Diego at the House of Blues. Though the band has become much more musically refined in the last few years (I remember seeing a breakdancing, rapping, pop-punk act opening for Dirty Heads back in 2011), they still maintain their high energy roots. They have also become a much better live band, with solid production and a tight live show.
  • Blue Helix - "Anti-Social Butterfly"

    Looking for some high-testosterone rock that would fit perfectly in the mid 90s? Look no further than Blue Helix and their song, "Anti-Social Butterfly". Solid vocals lead the band through the song, with a tight band to drive the beat forward.
  • Naga Siren - "Discard Me"

    Naga Siren, a hardcore punk band from Norway, provides lots of energy. Mixing melodic vocals with in your face screaming, I can only imagine that their live shows are insane.