What you need to know about New England metalcore upstarts Saving Vice is this. They’re an up-and-coming young band with lots of potential, as their 2018 debut EP Colder Than Dark managed to rack up both big time song premieres and hundreds of thousands of streams. Saving Vice plays a brand of metalcore that, while familiar to the average ear, is full of both hooks and interesting instrumentals.
Now the band is gearing up for the release of their impending debut full-length, and they’ve issued another new single in the form of “Never Knows Best”. With an accompanying video to match, we caught up with vocalist Tyler Small to discuss the new song, what it represents, and even The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. Read on for more!
When Issues released their much-hyped single “Flexin” on Friday, the third taste of their upcoming album Beautiful Oblivion debuted to the most polarized reaction in the “Warped Tour scene” in recent memory. As of the time of this writing, the music video was sitting about 3,100 likes and 2,400 dislikes on YouTube, and the fanbase’s comments were all over the map… with some instantly connecting with the song, and others insisting the band had “sold out”. No favors were done to the public reaction by the delirious fever dream of a music video, which features an elderly Tyler Carter breaking out of an assisted living home.
Are you ready for a new album from The Acacia Strain? So are we. The band is headed out on tour with Chelsea Grin and Spite, so there’s no definitive release date or anything like that, but The Acacia Strain are currently prepping their upcoming 9th (!!!) full-length album. Whenever it’s released, it’ll be the follow-up to 2017’s Gravebloom, and knowing their consistency, you can probably expect something heavy. The band has also been teasing clips from the studio, which you can watch below.
The Banana Splits Movie is so odd for its release now. Being from a show thats been off the air for quite some time and missing the mark where it could of drawn in from the “Five Nights At Freddy” phase, I’m not too sure where the mark was aimed for this.