The Great Thieves Escape II

EP Review: ‘The Great Thieves Escape II’ by Walk the Plank, No Fun, Such Gold, Harker

The Great Thieves Escape IITitle:  The Great Thieves Escape II (No Panic Records, Flix Records, BandCamp [No Panic])
Artists:  Walk the Plank (Facebook, BandCamp), No Fun (Facebook, BandCamp), Such Gold (OfficialFacebook, Twitter,Instagram, YouTube, Tumblr), Harker (Official, Facebook, Twitter,InstagramBandCamp, SoundCloud)

The Great Thieves Escape II is a four-way split from No Panic and Flix Records featuring Walk the Plank, No Fun, Such Gold, and Harker.

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9 Questions with Worship This!

Akron, OH’s Worship This! will be releasing their sophomore full-length album Mint (which is really freaking good, just so you know) on April 1, 2016 via A-F Records.  The band mixes elements of a variety of punk’s sub-genres resulting in a sound that is catchy, heartfelt, melodic, passionate, and powerful.

This interview was conducted via email with guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Provchy and bassist/vocalist Josh Taylor February 28 – March 9, 2016.

For more information on Worship This! check out the band’s Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, BandCamp,ReverbNation, and Last.fm pages.

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10 Questions with Cables & Arms

San Francisco, CA’s Cables & Arms is a four piece melodic post hardcore punk band whose sound is aggressive and pointedly angry without sacrificing melody or hooks.  Last month the band released theirexcellent full-length debutFraming Defeat for the Critical Eye.

This interview was conducted via email with guitarist/vocalist Josh Brown February 28 – March 9, 2016

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Best Albums of 2015

EDMOND, Okla. — The end of the year is upon us and with the end of the year comes an end of the year list of favorite things. In this case, the best albums that were released in 2015.  Keep in mind that this is not a list of what the mainstream music media considers to be the best albums of the year. In fact, you might have never even heard of most, or any, of these bands.  They are definitely worth checking out though.

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