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Watch Hail The Sun’s New Music Video for “Paranoia”

2016 is off to such a great start for post-hardcore group Hail The Sun. This past December the band signed to major label Equal Vision Records and released a demo of the single “Paranoia“, along with the announcement of a new album in the works.

Hail The Sun (Exclusive Interview)

Chico, CA natives Hail The Sun rapidly gained popularity in the post-hardcore world in 2012 after signing to Blue Swan Records, and releasing their first studio EP, Elephantitis. By the time HTS had released their full length, Wake, in 2014, I knew these guys were

Letlive. Anounce Album Release Date… Sort Of

The hype is real. In early November, Los Angeles soul punks Letlive. released the name of their next album, “If I’m The Devil“. Since then, fans have been impatiently waiting for an album release date and more info on what we should expect to hear

Kayla’s Top 5 Drugstore Brand Eyeliners

I may have a slight obsession with the world of cosmetology. The vast majority of my time and money goes to makeup and makeup accessories. But as much as I would love to spend my days browsing through the beautiful utopias of Mac and Sephora,

TEALCHEESE Exclusive- An Interview With Micheal-Rex Carbonell

 Michael-Rex Carbonell has become quite the household name for any Blue Swan fan. At this point, it’s safe to say the man has dedicated his life to capturing extraordinary photos and videos of some of our favorite bands. Michael-Rex spent the majority of 2015 on

Stream “Panda” by Ko_Plune Now!

Ko_Plune are a 4- piece alternative experimental rock band from Southampton, UK. The band combine groovy guitar riffs, strong female vocals, and the occasional synthesizer, to create a very melodic, almost psychedelic sound that is sure to get stuck in your head for the rest

Circa Survive, Taking Back Sunday, more To Play Travis Barker’s Musink Festival

The line up for Travis Barker’s 2016 Musink Festival has been announced. This year’s line up includes Incubus, Snoop Dogg, Circa Survive, Taking Back Sunday, Face to Face, Atreyu, and The Transplants, with more to be added. The festival will also feature over thirty tattoo

Say Anything Spring Tour

Say Anything have annouced a spring headlining tour with friends MEWITHOUTYOU. Opening this tour are Museum Mouth, who Max Bemis has recently signed onto Rory Records, and Teenage Suicide.