Review of Tonight Alive’s Limitless

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Tonight Alive are set to release their third full length album, Limitless, on Fearless Records on March 4th. The group has been making quite a name for themselves on sizeable U.S. tours in the past year, including their run with All Time Low on the Future Hearts tour last spring and most recently on their Limitless tour across Australia and Europe. The album release is scheduled perfectly alongside Tonight Alive’s spring co-headliner, the Fight For Something Tour, with Set it Off and support from The Ready Set and SayWeCanFly. The album will, without a doubt, enable the Australian rockers to grow to new levels and reach new fans.

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Zombie 5 Tour Review

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The Zombie 5 tour hit The Palladium in Worcester, MA on April 10 with four great bands on what promised to be a night to remember for all in attendance. The Devil Wears Prada were supported by The Word Alive, Born of Osiris, and SECRETS. All four bands brought energy and enthusiasm to the stage!

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Review of the Glamour Kills Spring Break Tour

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The Glamour Kills Spring Break 2015 tour hit Game Changer World in Howell, NJ on April 3. Fans lined up outside waiting to see some great local bands and of course tour headliners Set it Off with support from Against the Current, As it Is, and Roam. The night was set to be a great night based off of the bill but the performances given by each band certainly exceeded expectations and gave fans a great show and a night they will not soon forget.

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Review of the World Tour Leg 2 ft. Pierce the Veil, Sleeping with Sirens, PVRIS, and Mallory Knox

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How does a tour hit the same areas twice with the same headliners within a few months and have success both times around? Tours with multiple legs have been particularly popular recently; take the Black Mass Tour and The World Tour for instance. Both tours kept their headliners but changed openers. The World Tour on the second go around featured Pierce the Veil and Sleeping with Sirens with support from PVRIS and Mallory Knox. The first leg of the tour was fantastic and the openers put on great sets and set the bar high for the support on leg two. The openers of leg two overall did an even better job. From the first song of each band the crowd seemed to all be familiar with all of the acts and was certainly ready to sing along.

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Review of Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6

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Fearless Records is set to release it’s Sixth volume of  “Punk Goes Pop” this Monday, November 17th. The album features Various Artists ranging from metalcore bands August Burns Red and Upon A Burning Body to pop punk groups State Champs and Knuckle Puck. Like every “Punk Goes Pop” installment, the album has it’s various hits and misses throughout, making you jump from an amazing cover to one that’s more lacking. Though it should be said this is an album that gets better over time; give it a few listens and it’s guaranteed to grow on you.

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Review of The Honeymoon Tour ft. Mayday Parade, Tonight Alive, Major League, and PVRIS

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Any show at Starland Ballroom in Sayerville, NJ is always sure to be a good one, let alone a sold out show in the hometown of one of the bands. Mayday Parade brought the Honeymoon Tour to Starland Ballroom last Friday with support from Tonight Alive, Major League, and PVRIS. Nothing quiet tops a hometown show, especially for pop-punk bands like Major League with dedicated fans ready to welcome the band home. The energy of the crowd in Starland Ballroom is always above and beyond what would be expected and Friday was no different.

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