Album Review: Tonight Alive – “Underworld”

We got a chance to review the latest album, Underworld, from the Australian rock band Tonight Alive, and trust us when we say this album surpasses any expectations from the current buzz about the upcoming release. The album is coming out this Friday, January 12th, which you can pre-order here if you haven’t already.

This is the band’s latest album since the 2016 release Limitless. In support of the upcoming album, Tonight Alive have announced a co-headliner tour with Silverstein called the “Get Free Tour,” which starts on January 19th; you can purchase tickets for the upcoming tour here.

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Too Close To Touch Release New Song “Before I Cave In”

Too Close To Touch

The post-hardcore quintet Too Close To Touch has released another new single titled, “Before I Cave In” via Epitaph Records. The song features emotion-filled vocals by Keaton Pierce, mixed with an instrumental piece similar to the lead single “Sympathy” off of their second full-length album Haven’t Been Myself. 

You can listen to the song on Spotify here.

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Photo Gallery: I Prevail’s Rage on the Stage Tour Orlando, FL – November 4, 2017

Recently our photojournalist Savannah Rowley captured I Prevail’s current headline Rage on the Stage Tour with Escape the Fate, The Word Alive, and We Came as Romans as supporting acts. The tour is just over halfway finished, so if it hasn’t hit a city near you be sure to pick up tickets here.

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Photo Review: No Sun, No Moon Tour – Orlando, FL (October 13, 2017)

Our photojournalist Savannah Rowley recently attended the Orlando date of the No Sun, No Moon Tour featuring The Devil Wears Prada, Veil of Maya, Silent Planet, and Thousand Below. The tour is about halfway through, you can get tickets for upcoming dates here.

Thousand Below opened up the show. Originating from San Diego, CA this is only the band’s second tour. Playing songs such as “Never Here” and “Tradition” off of their recently released album The Love You Let Too Close. The band warmed up the crowd for the acts to follow.

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