Music Video: Ice Kills Nine – Hell in the Hallways

Ice Kills Nine is streaming a thrilling cinematic music video for “Hell in the Hallways,” directed by Dan Kennedy and Rasa Partin of Little Sky Film, off of their latest album Every Trick In The Book,...

Audio: Pierce The Veil – Circles

L-R: Mike Fuentes, Vic Fuentes, Tony Perry, Jaime PreciadoPhoto credit: Jonathan Weiner Pierce The Veil is streaming “Circles” off of their new album Misadventures out now via Fearless Records below....

Video + Tour: Oceans Ate Alaska – High Horse

Birmingham (UK) metalcore outfit Oceans Ate Alaska is streaming their music video for “High Horse” off of their debut album Lost Isles, out now via Fearless Records below. They also have confirmed...

Review: Dynamite Boy

Dynamite Boy "Self Titled" (Fearless Records) I want more.  Not more music, I just want more from my music.  I want music that's mine-not music for everyone who happens to be shopping in the Young Men's...

Review: Keepsake

Keepsake "Black Dress In A B Movie" (Fearless Records) "Black Dress in a B movie" is probably the best record this band has put out. The vocals are so much better then their previous albums. The recording...

Review: Junction 18

Junction 18 "“This Vicious Cycle”" (Fearless Records) This really pisses me off.  Why do so many new punk bands feel they have to sound exactly like Green Day?  People, Green Day sucks so stop trying...

Review: “Don’’t Be Scared 2

Various Artists "“Don'’t Be Scared 2”" (Fearless Records) Now I don’t know how it is around the rest of the country, but where I’m from the phrase “don’t be scared” has become a wanna be rude boy...

Review: Plain White T’s

Plain White T’s "“Stop”" (Fearless Records) “Stop” is infectious pop rock in the vein of Jimmy Eat World’s “Bleed American.”  Plain White T’s sounds (and looks) so young yet are quite polished...

Review: Knockout

Knockout "Searching for Solid Ground" (Fearless Records) Is there some store I'm not aware of where they sell musicians?  I feel like there must have been some big sale at one of these secret stores...

Review: Rock Kills Kid

Rock Kills Kid "Self-Titled" (Fearless Records) Who doesn't like Blue Oyster Cult?  "Don't Fear the Reaper" is one of the great quasi-metal songs of all time, in my not-so-humble opinion.  Rock Kills...