New Found Glory are a veritable pop-punk institution. Before Warped Tour met its demise, you could count on the band playing the summer festival every other year, and generally being one of the most popular bands in the genre to exist. Prevalent hardcore influences abound in the band’s music as well, making them a band that has a diverse fanbase.
The band, who recently released their 10th studio album, have another two accolades to add to their repertoire. While the band already has multiple Gold records under their collective belts, the band’s 2002 album Sticks And Stones – as well as its huge single “My Friends Over You” – have now reached major milestones as well.
Back in 2018, as you may remember, Myspace lost millions of songs during a botched server migration. A massive number of bands got their start on the social network, including everyone from The Maine to The Black Dahlia Murder. While it was long thought these songs would end up erased from history (except for our memories), there’s good news – half a million of these songs have now been recovered. While it doesn’t scratch the surface of the over 50 million songs that were originally lost, it’s a sizable amount that’s also better than nothing.
Texan deathcore band Crafting The Conspiracy made their way into the scene in the middle of 2015 with their debut EP Human Error. Four years following the release of their debut EP the band released The Cosmic Key Part I, and now the band has returned with one nuclear explosion of a track. Crafting The Conspiracy has debuted their new song Cosmic Key Part III Dream Sequence taken from their upcoming EP “The Cosmic Key Part II” which is due out August 28th, 2020 via Innerstrength Records. Dream Sequence builds around a darker atmosphere than we’ve previously heard in their material. The new track keeps Crafting The Conspiracy’s signature melodic riffs intact. You can expect to hear about the new record from us as well. Crafting The Conspiracy has paved their path with high energy live performances, high quality tracks with meaningful song writing, and a ever growing passion for the craft.
Oh, how the plot thickens. While Underoath’s summer tour with Slipknot has unfortunately been scrapped, there is good news for fans of the Florida metalcore band. Underoath has announced an exciting new series of livestream shows, where they’ll be playing three of their classic records in their entirety.
The series, which is entitled Underoath: Observatory, will feature the band playing three shows starting July 17th. It all starts with their 2008 album Lost in the Sound of Separation, Define the Great Line on July 24th, and They’re Only Chasing Safety on July 31st. All shows are at 8 PM EST.