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Bars of Gold reveal a video for their single, “$20”!

Bars of Gold

Detroit based post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold recently put out new LP “SHELTERS”. But that’s not it! They’ve also released a video from it for “$20” that you guys can discover below. Directed and animated by guitarist Scotty Iulianelli the video is a visual representation of how he sees …

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Post-hardcore act Vagrants share their debut EP, “Separation”!

Vagrants

Post-hardcore act Vagrants share their debut EP, “Separation”. The latter is out since April 26th via Rude Records & Equal Vision Records. “We are so excited to finally release SEPARATION”, the band shares “These last two years have taught us so much about ourselves and this release serves as a bench mark of our personal and musical growth. …

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Post-hardcore act Vagrants share “Separation”!

Vagrants

Post-hardcore act Vagrants share “Separation”. Additionally, the band has also announced their debut EP, “Separation”. The latter will indeed be out on April 26th via Rude Records & Equal Vision Records. “Separation is a very personal track for me,” shares guitarist Jose DelRio. “Our previous vocalist was arrested right before …

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As Cities Burn announce their first album in 10 years!

As Cities Burn

Louisiana post-hardcore outfit, As Cities Burn, embark on a new chapter in their creative journey with the announcement of their first album in ten years. “Scream Through The Walls” marks the first album featuring the Bonnette brothers collaborating since the band’s seminal 2005 debut. “Scream Through The Walls” will be …

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Bars of Gold are back with a new track, titled “Atlantic City”!

Bars of Gold

Post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold have announced a new LP entitled “SHELTERS”. The latter is due April 12th via Rude Records / Equal Vision Records! It’s actually the bands first release with the labels. The band has now revealed a new single ahead of the release of the LP. On the track “Atlantic City”, guitarist Scott …

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Bars of Gold reveal their new single, titled “$20”!

Bars of Gold

Post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold have announced a new LP entitled “SHELTERS”. The latter is due April 12th via Rude Records / Equal Vision Records! It’s actually the bands first release with the labels. The guys have also just dropped “$20”, from their forthcoming LP. The name of the track was inspired by …

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Bars of Gold have announced a new LP entitled “SHELTERS”!

Bars of Gold

Post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold have announced a new LP entitled “SHELTERS” due April 12th via Rude Records/Equal Vision Records! It’s actually the bands first release with the labels. The album was produced by the band along with Chris Koltay (War on Drugs, Kurt Vile, Deerhunter, etc.). Six years …

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Never Loved reveal their second single, “Goddamn”!

Alternative rock trio Never Loved is thrilled to announce their debut self-titled EP, set to be released on March 15th via Rude Records/Equal Vision Records. Additionally, the band has premiered their second single ever, “Goddamn”. On this release, lead singer Camm Knopp comments: “Goddamn is a song that reflects on …

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Calling All Captains are presenting their debut, “Nothing Grows Here”!

Calling All Captains

Calling All Captains are celebrating the release of their Rude Records / Equal Vision Records debut, “Nothing Grows Here”. The EP, which features hit singles “Chasing Ghosts” and “Disconnected” can be streamed now on Spotify and Apple Music. Fans can also purchase it online at www.callingallcaptains.lnk.to/nothing. On this release, the band …

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The End Of The Ocean Release New Album “-aire”!

The End Of The Ocean

Columbus, Ohio based post-rock band, The End Of The Ocean, released their sophomore full-length, “-aire”, via Rude Records / Equal Vision Records. “-aire”, the band’s first release since 2012, balances rich, thoughtful melodic passages, high-energy riff-wielding and truly epic climatic outpourings. The End Of The Ocean have always been championed …

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