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Thrice: Going Back To Their Roots

Following the inevitable leak of their newest album, Beggars, and a family illness that brought their tour with Manchester Orchestra to a screeching halt, Thrice is getting back on track. Although they received...
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Pontiak: Driving Off

Three guys on a farm somewhere in Virginia share three things: A mom, a dad, and a passion for music. After moving around from band to band, the Carney brothers decided to stick together and formed Pontiak. Thi...
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Dr. Acula: Don’t Get Goosebumps

Dr. Acula seems to have a thing for R.L. Stein. Almost every one of their songs is named after a Goosebumps book. They even packaged their first EP inside Goosebumps from their own personal collections. Their n...
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Cynic: Don’t Be So Cynical

Upon seeing the name Cynic , I immediately figured they would be your typical screaming, extremely loud and barely distinguishable music type of band. Fortunately, this metal-meets-jazz group was nearly the exa...
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Locksley: Robin Hood’s Merry Men

Locksley isn’t just the place where the story of Robin Hood came from. This four-piece band from Wisconsin shares the name and can sure give the Merry Men a run for their money. Overly happy lyrics fueled by th...