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The Devil Wears Prada Kills it at Mr. Smalls

On a rainy Halloween night at Millvale’s own Mr. Smalls, The Devil Wears Prada (TDWP) stopped by to play a charity show right before they officially started their next tour, supporting their new album, “8:18”. The show that they played at Mr. Smalls was not only a charity […]

Dan Regan of Reel Big Fish Retires

Yesterday, Reel Big Fish announced some very sad news… their trombone player, who has been with them for over 20 wonderful and exciting years, has decided to retire from the band and settle down with his family. Dan has been with the band basically from the very start […]

Suicide Silence Will Continue

Yesterday afternoon, after a long awaited decision, Suicide Silence has finally announced their future plans in the music industry. For the longest time, the band has kept silent on whether they were going to continue making and playing music, or just call it quits. Rumors that have been […]

Within The Ruins Making a Name for Themselves

On Tuesday August 6th, Within the Ruins played at Pittsburgh’s own Rex Theatre while supporting All Shall Perish on the South of the Border tour. Lately, Within The Ruins have been making a name for themselves ever since they released their latest album “Elite” earlier this year. The […]

Like Moths to Flames Release New Album

After Like Moths to Flames made a name for themselves with their last album When We Don’t Exist, a lot of people were excited to see what will they do next and how will it compare to such a powerful first full-length album. Now we can compare, Like […]

Hawthorne Heights Release New Album

Hawthorne Heights newest album Zero is going to be their fifth full length album that they have released. Expectations are high for this album because it is expected to sell more then all of their previous albums. Hawthorne Heights has already sold over 1.7 million albums in the […]

Eye Ra Haze Taking The Scene By Storm

Not that long ago, Eye Ra Haze released their new EP titled Eye of the Storm. This five piece progressive alternative metal band defiantly grabs your attention with the slower clean vocals of the lead singer Natasha Nicholson followed by the heavy seven stringed guitar from Nicole Papastavrou. […]