This Week’s Guest: Manafest

By Paul Gibson | March 26th, 2015 | Posted In News

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This week on the show we are joined by Manafest. We’ll discuss his new single “Diamonds” as well as his podcast, book and upcoming plans. Don’t miss it.


Weekly Fan Favorite Poll

By Paul Gibson | March 25th, 2015 | Posted In Polls



 
Until our polls are back to their normal and charming selves you can only vote once per poll. Sorry for any inconvenience and confusion. We are working hard to try to resolve the issue

Look for the new poll to go live sometime on Wednesday!  : )


This Week’s Guest: The Protest

By Paul Gibson | March 20th, 2015 | Posted In Uncategorized

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This week’s guest is TJ “Texas Two Step” Colwell, guitarist from The Protest. We’ll talk about their current album Great Lengths, and their single “Rebel Static.” We will also get some history on the band and play a round of Listeners Also Bought.


This Week’s Guest:
Reform The Resistance/Justifide

By Paul Gibson | March 12th, 2015 | Posted In News

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This week on the show we are joined by Sambo Moncivaiz, bass player from both Reform The Resistance and the recently reformed Justifide. They are raising funds simultaneously for new projects from both Justifide and RTR on pledgemusic.com. Check out the interview to find out what sparked the new project from Justifide and what you can expect.


New Children 18:3 Announced

By Paul Gibson | March 11th, 2015 | Posted In News

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Children 18:3 will be releasing their 4th and final full length album Come In on April 21, 2015 on Tooth & Nail Records. Since 2008, Children 18:3 has been a staple in the Tooth & Nail catalog, having toured with nearly every band on the roster during their tenure. Having landed 5 Top-5 Singles at Rock Radio, Children 18:3 has always managed to craft a fresh sound in the midst of an incredibly busy touring schedule. The band averaged nearly 150 shows per year over the last four years, known by their peers as one of the hardest working bands in the scene.

Come In will be Children 18:3’s farewell album as they close out what has been an amazing run with 11 new songs for fans to remember them by. Come In will please Children 18:3 fans with catchy…

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