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  1. I liked this show tonight better when I thought Framing Hanley would be headlining it but I'm still very excited.

  2. New Glass Houses
  3. Another video was added to their storyline today.
  4. I'm actually really digging this album. It didn't grab me like Dissonants did but there's still so many great tracks. I think Black is one of the coolest songs they've done.
  5. He throws some previews in his Instagram story once in a while and they've all sounded great. He also tweeted that the album has 11 tracks.
  6. Really digging this one. Not a bad track on it.
  7. I'm very excited to hear more. Already digging that little clip a lot.
  8. Cane Hill is dropping a live album tomorrow.
  9. Songs That Saved My Life compilation out November 11th. Track List:1. Neck Deep - Torn2. Movements - Losing My Religion3. Stand Atlantic - Your Graduation4. Dance Gavin Dance - Semi Charmed Life5. Against Me! - People Who Died6. Taking Back Sunday - Bullet With Butterfly Wings 1. Dream State - Crawling2. As It Is - Such Great Heights3. Oceans Ate Alaska - Shape of my Heart4. Too Close To Touch - Let It Be5. Dan Campbell & Ace Enders - Broom People6. The Maine - Transatlanticism
  10. Closer “Super Hero” (featuring M. Shadows of AVENGED SEVENFOLD and Aaron Gillespie of UNDEROATH) conjures visions of “ATREYU meets QUEEN meets Disneyland meets E.L.O.” with its cinematic orchestration, horns, flutes, and grandiose production. “It’s about being your kid’s superhero, so we invited other singers who are fathers to join us,” Brandon explains. “Everyone wrote his own respective part and gave perspective on what fatherhood meant to him. I wanted it to feel like the music from the Soaring Over California ride at Disney’s California Adventure park. It ends on such a huge note and offers a breath of fresh air.”
  11. The Minneapolis scene gave us two Punk Goes Pop kind of covers this week.
  12. Wow. What a great album. I love their shift in sound, which especially shines in Stage 3 of the album (tracks 7-9). The Two Tongues and The Reaper are the biggest standouts to me, but every track is super solid. The Great Depression is, well, a great opening song.