Linkin Park teases ‘Hybrid Theory’ demos, major announcement for August 13th

While we know the band is planning on a “celebration” of sorts for the 20th anniversary of their landmark debut album Hybrid Theory, the Internet has been buzzing with news that Linkin Park is teasing some very special things for the record. Now, the band is teasing a major announcement for 7 AM PST on August 13th, sending fans into a veritable frenzy.

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S’efforcer is prog metalcore bliss on new EP “Life)•(Less” (review)

We Are Triumphant is making somewhat of a comeback in 2020, with great stuff from Coletta, Osatia, and more from a newly-solidified roster. As such, I took interest in seeing what else was in store from them, and came across S’efforcer. Apart from having a unique band name, they’ve got a tight metalcore sound that is to die for these days. I’m looking forward to hearing more in their new EP, Life)•(Less. Though the band’s solid debut full-length (2017’s Survive​}​•​{​Discover) earned the band some early accolades, their upcoming EP capitalizes on their strengths to create something that fans of intelligent, heavy music should be paying attention to.

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Shadow Of Intent introduce new drummer Bryce Butler, premiere new video for “Gravesinger”

Some big Shadow Of Intent news is on the docket today. First off, drummer Anthony Barone (who’s drummed for Angel Vivaldi, A Night In Texas, and many more bands) has left the band to pursue what he dubs “other opportunities”. His replacement certainly has some big shoes to fill, but luckily, his experience will serve him well as Shadow Of Intent’s new drummer.

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The Video Games That Shaped Me (D.K. Lyons)

Pretty much every musician has a hobby outside of being broke and playing music. Whether it’s drawing and graphic design on the artistic side of things or even passing the time playing video games, you can likely count on your favorite artists having other artistic talents as well.

That’s why we’re stoked to bring you another edition of The Video Games That Shaped Me, where the premise is simple – we bring in a musician or other artist to discuss some of the video games they played growing up. Today, we’ve got singer/songwriter D.K. Lyons here to talk about everything from winning 16 virtual World Series championships to the awesome soundtracks in games like SSX: On Tour. His debut album, The Past (Romanticized), is out now – so give it a spin below! Taking influence from the likes of Tom Petty and early Goo Goo Dolls, Lyons’ music is a stirring cavalcade of emotions, so don’t miss out.

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