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Check Out This Senses Fail Tribute Album

Pacific Ridge Records have released a 23-track Senses Fail tribute album on Bandcamp. The album is also available on Spotify and Apple Music. You may remember when Forever Starts Today released a video for “Family Tradition” off of this compilation earlier this year.

Some of the other notable artists include: Knockout Kid, Alteras, Gold Steps, Rough Start, and Chin Up, Kid.

The label has also released tribute compilations in the past for bands like Taking Back Sunday, The Get Up Kids, The Movielife, Alkaline Trio, and many more. You can check out all of those on Bandcamp as well.

Pacific Ridge Records Releases Senses Fail Tribute Album

Pacific Ridge Records have released a 23-track Senses Fail tribute album on Bandcamp. The album is also available on Spotify and Apple Music. You may remember when Forever Starts Today released a video for “Family Tradition” off of this compilation earlier this year.

Some of the other notable artists include: Knockout Kid, Alteras, Gold Steps, Rough Start, and Chin Up, Kid.

The label has also released tribute compilations in the past for bands like Taking Back Sunday, The Get Up Kids, The Movielife, Alkaline Trio, and many more. You can check out all of those on Bandcamp as well.

My Thanks to False King

A huge thank you to False King for once again sponsoring the website this week. It’s always great to have repeat sponsors and since one of the members of the band is a a regular poster in the forums, the comment section has been funny and informative to read on these posts.

The band released their new single “1-800-HELLSCAPE” with an accompanying video this week and my favorite thing included in the ad copy was when it was described as a “post-metalcore banger.” It’s been described as for fans of Every Time I Die, Daughters, and HEALTH, and it’s totally worth your time.

My Thanks to False King

I never know beforehand what kind of reaction sponsored news posts are going to get, but let me quote some of the replies to this one earlier this week:

This is sleek beak and honestly so good.

And:

Ding ding ding on that RIYL. Will check out.

And the concise and simple:

So good.

If you like bands like Nothing, Pianos Become The Teeth, and Architects, you should check out False King. They just released a video for their new single, “Movements Part II,” which comes from their upcoming split with The Art of Fading titled FALSE/FADING and is due this March.

And, after that, why not check out the video for “Blood Pools” released a few weeks ago? My sincere thanks to the band for sponsoring our website this week.

My Thanks to Forever Starts Today

My thanks to Forever Starts Today for sponsoring the website this week.

The band recently covered Senses Fail’s “Family Tradition” for the upcoming Pacific Ridge Records’ tribute album, due out this spring. The label has been releasing some of the renditions over the past few months and I’ve enjoyed hearing other artists give these songs their own spin.

Forever Starts Today released a video for their cover and you can pre-order the album on Bandcamp. If you like Senses Fail this is a great way to get exposed to some new bands as well.

If you like what you hear, you can also check out the band’s recent album, Always Hope, on Spotify and Apple Music.

Forever Starts Today Cover Senses Fail for New Tribute Compilation

Forever Starts Today have covered Senses Fail’s “Family Tradition” for the upcoming Pacific Ridge Records’ tribute album, due out this spring. The band released a video for their cover and you can pre-order the album on Bandcamp, and hear other covers from it, right now.

If you like what you hear, you can also check out the band’s recent album, Always Hope, on Spotify and Apple Music.

Our Thanks to Lavisher

My thanks to Lavisher for sponsoring the website this week.

The band recently their new music video for “Syzygy.” The song comes from the band’s debut, self-titled, EP, which isup on Spotify and Apple Music.

Lavisher are a rock outfit from Chicago that often draw comparison to Failure, A Perfect Circle, and Queens of the Stone Age. The band describes their darkly uplifting songwriting as “minimalist poetry with stabs of virtuosity.” Front-man and principal songwriter Gavin Cushman III softens the hard edges with restrained melodic vocals while drummer Idin Alexander pounds rhythms into calculated eruptions.

Lavisher Release New Video for “Syzygy”

Lavisher have released their new music video for “Syzygy.” The song comes from the band’s debut, self-titled, EP. You can check that out on Spotify and Apple Music.

Lavisher are a rock outfit from Chicago that often draw comparison to Failure, A Perfect Circle, and Queens of the Stone Age. The band describes their darkly uplifting songwriting as “minimalist poetry with stabs of virtuosity.” Front-man and principal songwriter Gavin Cushman III softens the hard edges with restrained melodic vocals while drummer Idin Alexander pounds rhythms into calculated eruptions.

My Thanks to Sons of Stereo

My thanks to Sons of Stereo for sponsoring the website this week. The band recently released their debut single, “West Coast,” to all digital outlets. The song has a breezy catchy quality to it that seems to mix old fan favorites with some of the newer stylings in our music world. It’s good, you should listen to it!

This single was produced by Kevin Gates (Never Shout Never, The Ready Set) and Nashville-based producer Andrew Pacheco and there will be more music from the band coming very soon. The video for the song can be found on YouTube, and you can follow the band’s social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for tour dates and to stay up to date on when new music is released.

Sons of Stereo Release “West Coast”

Sons of Stereo have released their debut single, “West Coast,” to all digital outlets. This alternative rock group, based out of Kansas City, blends scene staples The Maine and Fall Out Boy with the modern indie/pop flavoring of groups like Bad Suns and Young The Giant. The aptly titled song captures the vibe perfectly.

This single was produced by Kevin Gates (Never Shout Never, The Ready Set) and Nashville-based producer Andrew Pacheco and there will be more music from the band coming very soon. The video for the song can be found on YouTube, and you can follow the band’s social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for tour dates and to stay up to date on when new music is released.

My Thanks to MxPx

MxPx released a new album this week and it’s really good. Seriously! I like it, longtime and more casual fans are talking about how much they like it in our forums, and it’s something you should check out. It’s got this youthful energy to it that feels like a throwback to the late 90’s while also being fresh and just fun. You can tell the band had a blast making this one.

Check it out now on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, YouTube, or wherever you stream your music. Vinyl and CDs can be bought directly from the band themselves at MxPx.com.