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Hands Release New 7″

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It was announced that Hands would reunite for this year’s 20th Anniversary Facedown Fest. The band also just announced that they would be playing New Direction Fest on February 25th in Fargo, ND. But this morning the band surprised everyone with a brand new 7″ release. New Heaven/New Earth is available digitally today with vinyl pre-orders available at http://facedown.merchnow.com/products/preorders. You can listen to New Heaven below!

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Everything In Slow Motion Release Coma Music Video

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Everything In Slow Motion has released a music video for their song Coma from their latest ep, Laid Low. Check out the video below.

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The Meltdown 3.17

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The Meltdown – The Meltdown 3.17

This week, pop artist DANAE hangs out with us to talk about her new single and upcoming EP. We also have new tracks from Everything In Slow Motion and Deftones.

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Free Music Friday: Everything In Slow Motion – Noisetrade Sampler

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If you aren’t already hip to Everything In Slow Motion, now is the time! The band has a new 4 song sampler up on Noisetrade. Recommended for fans of Deftones, Jimmy Eat World, Thrice according to their Noisetrade page. That would sell them for me! I love EISM and this sampler is a good place to get started with their music. You can check out the sampler at http://noisetrade.com/everythinginslowmotion/2016-sampler

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The Meltdown 3.16

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The Meltdown – The Meltdown 3.16

This week I’m playing tracks from Driver Eight’s Watermelon and Frank Lenz’s Conquest Slaughter. I also have new music from Everything In Slow Motion, Face to Face, Into It Over, Danae, and more.

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Everything In Slow Motion – Laid Low

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From Hands’ Give Me Rest to Everything In Slow Motion, Shane Ochsner has been at the helm of some of my favorite records for the last 5 years. So I had high expectations for Laid Low.

Everything In Slow Motion’s Red and Phoenix were natural progressions for Ochsner from Hand’s Give Me Rest and Laid Low feels like the next progressive step forward. Listening to Shane on the As The Story Grows podcast talk about writing this record on acoustic guitar and building the songs from there gives the soundscape more depth. Oschner’s guitar tones and riffs have always been fantastic and the way the sounds build and explode on Laid Low is nothing short of amazing.

The opening riff on Coma that kicks off the ep is straight nasty. Miles McPherson played drums on the record and the extra tom hits on the verse give the groove a killer feel. The drums sound fantastic on the record. Even on the album’s opener, you can tell that this is Shane’s best guitar work to date. The piano on the track is a perfect addition and the extended build into the huge final chorus will send chills down your spine.

Bad Seasons feels more like a track from Phoenix in spirit. But Ochsner’s guitar riffs and effects give the song an added dimension. Layer upon layer of guitar riff creates this fantastic bed for the track and it makes it impactful moving when parts come and go. McPherson’s groove on the chorus is super interesting and unique, but it keeps it in the pocket. You feel like the song is getting huge but the drums stay steady throughout. I Am Laid Low takes you by surprise. It’s an absolutely beautiful song. Shane keeps the guitar pretty simple while the bass and drums provide more complicated rhythms and grooves for your listening pleasure.But it’s when the song gets heavy and Ochsner lets out this growl that I don’t remember ever hearing him do that my jaw dropped! He said on As The Story Grows that there was no screaming on this record. That’s not completely true. It might not be the most complex song on the record, but it’s intensity is unmatched!

You hear so many bands nowadays trying to pull of the ambient hardcore ballad. Runaway is the song they all want to write. The balance between the lightness on the verse and the heaviness of the chorus is perfect. And the breakdown is so unexpected which leads into a couple of half-time choruses that feel like they deteriorate until the song ends. Cappella ends the record on a beautiful, simple note.

Laid Low is perfect and I wish there were more songs! Ochsner has created another masterpiece and I will be wearing this record out! 5 out of 5 Stars!

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More New Music From Everything In Slow Motion

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Everything In Slow Motion released the second single from their upcoming ep Laid Low, called Coma. You can listen to the single below.

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