Hands Like Houses release 4th album -Anon + kick off upcoming fall tour

Hands Like Houses have released their fourth full studio album -Anon via Hopeless Records. Containing some of the band’s biggest singles to date, it’s their first new record since 2016’s coming out party, Dissonants. The new album is being supported by a two month US tour with support from Emarosa, Devour The Day, and The Faim.

The album is currently available on all platforms for purchase and streaming.

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Photo Gallery: The Relapse Symphony Reunion 10.21.18

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Rock N’ Roll band The Relapse Symphony reunited for a sold out show at Jammin’ Java in Vienna, Virginia after an unofficial two year hiatus. Jammin’ Java was where the band played their first show almost 6 years ago. With … Continue reading

Takers Leavers release “Empty Glow” music video from new EP, Break & Bloom

Southern California rock band Takers Leavers have released a new music video for “Empty Glow”, which is the fourth track off their newest EP Break & Bloom. The young band has managed to make a name for themselves regionally, opening for bands like He Is Legend and Emarosa, The band has this to say about the song, stating: “Empty Glow” is about “the remaining feeling after ‘love’ has faded, the internal struggle to realize that we are the only ones bringing ourselves down.”

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Interview: Opus of a Machine


Hailing from Gold Coast in Australia,  progressive rockers Opus of a Machine are soon to release their sophomore album “Stray Fire” this Friday August 3rd.  While only 6 songs, the 37 minute runtime is full of memorable moments, catchy hooks/choruses, and just overall terrific musicianship from every member of the band. With “Stray Fire”, Opus have graced us with a truly unique and phenomenal album, one that hopefully reaffirms their position of being one of Australias greatest progressive rock bands. Seriously guys and gals, this is easily going to end up in my “Best of 2018” list in the top 10, if not top 5. Guitarist/Producer Zac Greensill was kind enough to talk to me about how the band was originally formed, why they opted for a progressive rock sound as opposed to an other, 
 the trials and tribulations of self promotion/touring, and many other things.

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