Photo credit: Wage War Wage War are homegrown talent from right here in Florida. Hailing from Ocala, which is also home to A Day to Remember, the five piece metalcore band splashed onto the scene at the end of 2015 with debut album “Blueprints”, which spawned the singles “Twenty One” and “Alive”, which they played at the Warped Tour press conference held at Orlando’s Full Sail University in March of 2016. They are currently on a small holiday tour through South and Central Fl
Photo credit: Bad Seed Rising Bad Seed Rising, a four piece rock band from Baltimore, MD, have an impressive resume for a band whose oldest member is 19 years old: in only four years of existence, they’ve already signed to Roadrunner Records, have put out three EPs, and released their debut full-length, “Awake in Color”, on Sept. 30. They also completed a run on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour and have toured with hard rock bands I Prevail and Islander. I had the opportunity to spe
Photo credit: Too Close To Touch Too Close To Touch is a rock band from Lexington, KY, who got 2016 to work for them. After a successful run on Warped Tour, the band released their sophomore album, “Haven’t Been Myself”, to critical acclaim. The band is known for their heart piercing lyrics, especially on "Myself”, as the last track on the album, “Eiley” is about how lead singer Keaton Pearce dealt with his younger sister’s death. Funny story about this interview: I was in th
Photo credit: Broadside Broadside’s lineup has gone through significant changes in the last year: Pat Diaz of Old Again subbed in on bass over the summer as their original bass player has long since left the band. On Sept. 26, drummer and founding member Andrew Dunton announced his departure from the band. According to a statement Dunton released he said, "as life changes, it is my time to step away from the road". None of this has stopped Broadside. The band has already sta
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