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Nashville's own alt-rock-five-piece band Moon Taxi has just released the video for their newest single "Two High" via RCA Records. Following in line with the sentiment of the track's title, the video trails the band and their fans throughout the world, backstage and on stage at their electrifying live shows that have earned them millions of fans. It's a timely song given that it is "a song about hope," expressed frontman Trevor Terndrup. "Hope for understanding, hope for acceptance, and hope for our future. We were inspired by the simple and universal peace sign. It's a gesture we would like to see more of."

unnamed 38In celebration of xXx Fanzine (1983-1988) Hardcore & Punk in the Eighties’ impending release this Friday (November 10), the complementary 19-song compilation is streaming in full in advance of its street date today via Loudwire. Entitled Still Having Their Say, the expansive comp features reinterpretations of hardcore hallmarks by the likes of H2O, Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage), Nomads, American Nightmare and more.

AWOLNATIONToday, multi-platinum artist AWOLNATION announced the release of their third studio album, Here Come The Runts, on February 2, 2018. Fans can preorder the album starting tomorrow at awolnationmusic.com and receive instant downloads of ‘Seven Sticks of Dynamite,’ and current single ‘Passion,’ which was the #1 most added at Alternative Radio and currently #14 on the Alt Radio charts. 

unnamed 3Before Mark Zuckerburg's Facebook was a popular social network, Tom Anderson's MySpace (remember everyone's top friend Tom?) was the place to connect with friends, express your individuality, and more importantly; discover great new music. Taking advantage of this platform were two high schoolers who used it to put their cover of Soulja Boy's "Crank That" and it blew up the internet. I Set My Friends on Fire are throwing it back to 2008 with the announcement of the 10 year anniversary tour of the iconic album, "You Can't Spell Slaughter Without Laughter," including the single that started it all.