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Chelsea Grin Premiere New Song “Clickbait”

Chelsea Grin have just released their new single “Clickbait” off their upcoming record Self Inflicted. The new record will be the band’s first release with Rise Records and is set to come out on July 1st. Pre-orders are available here!

Does the new track have you grinning from ear to ear? Let us know! (Yes, we enjoy making awful puns.)

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Need-To-Know: Fearless Vampire Killers

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This band has been around for a little while. However, despite their more poppy hooks, catchy choruses, and semi-campy image, the dark aesthetic that Fearless Vampire Killers uphold makes room for a more contemporary and heavier vibe that we may have one day received from the likes of My Chem (R.I.P.), were they still around.  Today, however, Fearless Vampire Killers dropped a brand new song titled “Braindead” that is completely worth checking out.  Not only does it prove that the emo revival from back in 2012 is still alive and kicking, it’s also a pretty great song that displays exactly how Fearless Vampire Killers have evolved and matured from their first releases. So grab some garlic, a wooden stake, and maybe some cautionary holy water and check out this phenomenal new track by FVK. Be prepared, this single, along with one other track, officially drops August 21st.  Get ready! Vamps are coming.

Alesana Premiere New Song “Comedy Of Errors”

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Alesana is about to embark on a spring tour in support of their fifth studio album, Confessions, set for release on April 21, 2015 through Revival Recordings.  Confessions will mark the long awaited third and final installment of the Annabel Trilogy. So far they had only released one track from the upcoming record, “Oh, How The Mighty Have Fallen,” and today, the world gets to hear single number two: “Comedy Of Errors.”  As with “Oh, How The Mighty Have Fallen,” this new single shows that Confessions will most likely be taken in both a heavier direction as well as a more theatrical (I know, hard to believe) direction than The Emptiness and A Place Where The Sun Is Silent.  And in truth, we couldn’t be happier.

You can check out both singles below.

For more on Alesana and Confessions, make sure to check out our interview with Shawn Milke.