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Listen to ‘The Way Out’ by The Honesty, our featured band of the week.

Their new EP Find Comfort Here is out now and you can download it HERE for FREE.

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It’s day two of The Honesty’s Feature Week and we got ‘Runaway’ for you to enjoy.

This is the second single of this amazing album Find Comfort Here.

Check out The Honesty’s official Tumblr.

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The Honesty are no strangers to our featured section and this week we will be bringing you their brand new album Find Comfort Here.

Today you can listen to ‘Warning!’.

Check out The Honesty on Purevolume.

Rivalries talks to us about their brand new EP An Ever Emerging Light.

Watch an exclusive interview with Geoff Rickly, frontman of Thursday.

We talked about friendships, inspirations and No Devolucion.

FUNERAL PARTY - SHOW REVIEW
The opening band.
Not the greatest spot to be in, despite the lack of a lengthy soundcheck, the opening band has to make the most of it, even more when the headlining band is in their hometown. 
This night was different, this night the opening band should be on their own headlining tour.
With no fuzz, as soon as Funeral Party took the stage, the energy got moving. Tim Madrid gave out a beat impossible to ignore, while James Lawrence Torres strumed the guitar almost as if it was the last thing he would do in his young life. Chad Elliott’s voice sounded a bit healthier, not as raspy as in the record but still powerful. Kimo Kauhola held the bass with a smile on his face, he enjoyed the moment, he felt the energy of the music, the same energy that was moving the audience. Most of the audience did not know who this band was, yet they  were moving, dancing, sharing the moment with the band. For a bit, those of us who follow the band got a bit lost, wanting to chant to the words of “Finale” and “New York City Moves To The Sound of LA”, later picking up what Elliott had added. Let’s keep in mind, these songs have been inside their pockets for a while now and they have to switch it up a bit just to have more fun out there. Tim Madrid was essential to set up the mood, giving away a sound almost Latin. Most of the time, you were lost in the music, feeling it more than anything else; your surroundings were obsolete and this Funeral Party was were you wanted to be.
If you have a chance to see these guys live, do so. If you have a chance to listen to these guys on record, do so. The energy, the movement they give away is pure. Five musicians who listen to each other and respond to each other’s sound, irresistible for the soul.

FUNERAL PARTY - SHOW REVIEW

The opening band.

Not the greatest spot to be in, despite the lack of a lengthy soundcheck, the opening band has to make the most of it, even more when the headlining band is in their hometown. 

This night was different, this night the opening band should be on their own headlining tour.

With no fuzz, as soon as Funeral Party took the stage, the energy got moving. Tim Madrid gave out a beat impossible to ignore, while James Lawrence Torres strumed the guitar almost as if it was the last thing he would do in his young life. Chad Elliott’s voice sounded a bit healthier, not as raspy as in the record but still powerful. Kimo Kauhola held the bass with a smile on his face, he enjoyed the moment, he felt the energy of the music, the same energy that was moving the audience. Most of the audience did not know who this band was, yet they  were moving, dancing, sharing the moment with the band. For a bit, those of us who follow the band got a bit lost, wanting to chant to the words of “Finale” and “New York City Moves To The Sound of LA”, later picking up what Elliott had added. Let’s keep in mind, these songs have been inside their pockets for a while now and they have to switch it up a bit just to have more fun out there. Tim Madrid was essential to set up the mood, giving away a sound almost Latin. Most of the time, you were lost in the music, feeling it more than anything else; your surroundings were obsolete and this Funeral Party was were you wanted to be.

If you have a chance to see these guys live, do so. If you have a chance to listen to these guys on record, do so. The energy, the movement they give away is pure. Five musicians who listen to each other and respond to each other’s sound, irresistible for the soul.

Watch an interview with lead singer of Funeral Party, Chad Elliott, and keep posted for the review of the show in Las Vegas, NV. 

Watch an exclusive interview with EYES SET TO KILL.

The band talked to us about their life on tour, at home, and the recording process of their new album White Lotus, out August 9th.

Check ESTK on their Facebook, Twitter and Official Web Store.

P.S.: The sound sucks so click HERE to get captions.

FREE MUSIC! Yes, Eyes Set To Kill have posted their new song “The Secrets Between” for FREE download HERE.
Their upcoming album White Lotus will be released on August 9th.
Stay posted for an interview with the band.

FREE MUSIC! Yes, Eyes Set To Kill have posted their new song “The Secrets Between” for FREE download HERE.

Their upcoming album White Lotus will be released on August 9th.

Stay posted for an interview with the band.

Fireworks gave us an exclusive interview on the Las Vegas show.

Huge thanks to these guys for the long drive from Michigan to Vegas and still willing to give us a great interview.

Read the interview HERE.