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Daimy Lotus has a message for the D-Bags

Dutch pop-rock artist Daimy Lotus has recently released her latest single, “1st Class D-Bag.

The catchy blend of pop rock and pop punk is reminiscent of artists such as New Politics – which upon taking a deeper listen may be a major influence on Daimy Lotus’ work.

The song itself is fantastic, and is well deserving of a second, third, and fourth listen!

You can find Daimy Lotus on: Facebook | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube

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Motionyear releases third single, “Disarray”

Massachusetts pop punk act Motionyear have just dropped their latest single, “Disarray”. The song discusses topics such as coming of age, questioning ones own future, and nostalgia for your teenage years.

Produced by fellow Bay Stater, Alan Day (of Four Year Strong), the song packs a punch with carefully crafted harmonies and vocal doubling riding on top of chunky guitars and a driving beat.

Take a listen now!

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Check your breath: MEAN SEA shares “Puke Mouth”

Hailing from Baltimore, MD, MEAN SEA has deep roots in the rock scene. Not only have members been involved with various projects over the years, including a band signed to Drive-Thru Records, they have also each spent years on the road honing their craft.

Strangely reminiscent of a dark, spooky take on PUP, MEAN SEA’s new track “Puke Mouth” is as catchy as it is unique. Take a listen now!

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Alive In Barcelona strikes again

Following on the heels of last month’s release, “Parasite”, Alive In Barcelona are back with “Asphyxiate”.

The PNW metalcore ensemble show that their time away during the pandemic was quite productive – between writing and recording their upcoming EP, Flatline, the band clearly didn’t take much time off. Listen below now, and follow the band so you can hear the next tracks as soon as they drop!

Find Alive in Barcelona on: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | vocalist Matt on the Bandhive Podcast

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Metalcore heavy hitters Saving Vice don’t let up

We’ve been sharing music from Saving Vice regularly for a few years now, and one thing is for sure: the Vermont five-piece doesn’t intend on giving up.

Each track they drop takes the band to a new level, and while “Culling Kindness” is quite different from their recent rap-metal track “White Rabbit”, it’s still perfectly on brand for the band.

If you want to hear one of the hardest hitting tracks of 2022, don’t skip “Culling Kindness”!

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This song will stick in your head like a Parasite

PNW metalcore act Alive In Barcelona are finally back with a follow up to their 2019 self-titled debut.

Make no mistake, though – even though their debut was released in 2019, the band have been together for over a decade, formerly touring under the name The Persevering Promise.

The band’s latest effort, “Parasite”, is the first in a new era for Alive In Barcelona. The track which was cowritten with Landon Tewers of The Plot In You flows flawlessly from moody, building verses to heavy and aggressive choruses. The breakdown is ready to punch you in the gut, before bringing it back through one more chorus to send the message home.

Take a listen below!

Find Alive in Barcelona on: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | vocalist Matt on the Bandhive Podcast

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Soft Gold is absolute gold!

Estonian metalcore act Pridian aren’t new to the scene – yet at the same time, they are.

Formerly known as ÆØNS, the band are rebranding to Pridian to coincide with the release of their first single featuring new vocalist Laur Lindmäe.

The heavy hitting track is sure to appeal to fans of modern metalcore. Take a listen!

You can find Pridian on: TikTok | Instagram

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Are you falling asleep watching generic metalcore videos?

That’s what happened to Canadian metalcore act As The Structure Fails – though they weren’t watching, they were filming their video for “All The Weight”.

In all seriousness, it seems to be a commentary on generic and overused shots found in countless metalcore videos, which have become cliche and boring over the years.

If you want to rock out to a killer song while enjoying a good laugh at the expense of the bands As The Structure Fails is calling out, take a look now!

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Can you imagine a technological doomsday? Cantervice can.

Electronicore concept-rockers Cantervice aren’t shy about their imagination of the future. Though technology does wonderful things, in the wrong hands it can be quite scary. In the future, the lines will likely become blurred even more.

This is what vocalist and producer Robert Matlock covers in Cantervice’s newest song, “Doomsday”. Engineered and co-produced by Cameron Mizell (who happens to have engineered one of my favorite albums of all time, Jamie’s Elsewhere’s They Said A Storm Was Coming). “Doomsday” is as heavy as it is intricate – the brute force of your standard rock/metal instruments is highlighted by synths and pads to the extent necessary for the song, without overstepping the bounds.

This is still 100% a rock song, and you need to take a listen now!

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Are you immune to the creatures in your head?

German metalcore heavy hitters Immunity have dropped another in-your-face track, “Creatures”.

Not only does the song feature the technical precision you would expect from a German act, it also highlights the songwriting and musical abilities of the band. If you’re a fan of modern metalcore with a massive sound, give “Creatures” a listen now!

You can find Immunity on: Facebook | Instagram | their website