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2017/04/28

New Fall Out Boy and Blink 182 songs drop on the same day!

Yes you heard right: Two of the biggest pop-punk legends on the planet just dropped a song each on the same day. Fall Out Boy released their first new single in two years, Young And Menace, while Blink-182 dropped a killer B-side: 6/8.

Out of the two songs Young And Menace is surely [...]

 
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2016/08/31

The Beautiful Monument interview: Lizi Blanco “This lineup was the best thing to happen to us”

Melbourne’s The Beautiful Monument are not your average pop-punk band. The four-piece gave the Australian scene a shot of attitude with their 2015 EP The Lost. The EP won them fans across the country with a powerhouse mix of pop-punk, hardcore and alternative rock. The band travelled [...]

 
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2016/08/12

Green Day single Bang Bang explores mass shooting culture, Revolution Radio LP due in Oct

Green Day is back firing all cylinders with their new single Bang Bang, which is a dark, sarcastic look into mass-shooting “culture”. We haven’t heard Green Day sound this unabashedly punk rock in years. Bang Bang begins with a news report on terrorist executions before [...]

 
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2016/08/01

Interview: Behind the Facade’s Danielle Minch tells story behind Bitter and Better

Pop-punk quartet Behind the Facade made one of the strongest debuts of 2016 with Bitter and Better. The genre-hopping album, which we reviewed here, was a powerful and forward-thinking statement from the Queens, New York group.

Front woman Danielle Minch reveals the storyline in the [...]

 
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2016/07/25

A Day to Remember show off melodic side on new Bullfight single

A Day to Remember debuted new single Bullfight on the BBC Rock Show with Daniel P Carter yesterday (stream it here). So far the singles from the album have been hard-hitters, but Bullfight showcases a more melodic side, similar to the rockers on 2013’s Common Courtesy. Frontman Jeremy [...]

 
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2016/07/01

Blink-182 California review – the band is stronger without Tom DeLonge

Blink-182 are back with their first full-length in five years, California, and a lot has changed for the kings of pop-punk. Tom Delonge, of the whiny but instantly memorable vocal hooks and simple guitar parts, is out. Matt Skiba of melodic punk vets Alkaline Trio, is in. Mark Hoppus’s [...]

 
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2016/03/28

Behind the Facade Bitter and Better Album Review

Queens, NY pop-punk act Behind the Facade released Bitter and Better, their debut album, earlier this month. The group released their first EP We Are The Fighters in March 2012, and followed it up with the Strangers EP the following year. The strength of their early material had me eagerly [...]

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