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Comeback Kid releases “Crossed” video

Comeback Kid have released a video for their new song "Crossed". The song features Joe Duplantier of Gojira and is off their upcoming album Heavy Steps out January 21 via Nuclear Blast and New Damage Records. The band will be touring the US with No Warning, Zulu and Scowl starting next week. They will also be touring Europe and the UK in 2022 and touring Ontario and Western Canada with Cancer Bats in spring 2022. Comeback Kid released Outsider in 2017. Check out the video below.
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Albums Of The Week: Julie Doiron | I Thought Of You

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Julie Doiron is back with I Thought Of You, her first solo record since 2012’s So Many Days. Delivering an instant classic as only she can masterfully create, Doiron emanates a radiative force with her guitar and her unmistakably indomitable voice. After nine long years she remains a maker of songs and a teller of stories, wielding her instruments like a craftsperson would their tools.
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“Darkness To Light” By Julie Doiron

Julie Doiron returns with her new album I Thought Of You, on November 26, 2021 via You’ve Changed Records. In addition to making I Thought Of You, Doiron released an album with members of Cancer Bats and Eamon McGrath under the name Julie and The Wrong Guys, reworking some of her previous work in Spanish for Spanish label Acuarela and returning to her otherworldly collaboration with Mount Eerie for Lost Wisdom pt 2, to name but a few. These are additions to Julie’s long and storied history of collaboration, working with luminaries like Gord Downie, Herman Dune, a split record with Okkervil River, and the legendary noise band Eric’s Trip, the first Canadian band ever signed to legendary American record label Sub Pop.
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Julie Doiron Starts over Again on I Thought of You

Julie Doiron writes album openers like they are cold emails from a friend you haven’t heard from in a long time—seemingly out of the blue, but undeniable in their comfort and charm. On her last official solo release, So Many Days, she provided a modest mission statement on “Cars and Trucks,” the album’s lead-off track, about the way inspiration comes to her. “So, I’m writing this song to prove to myself maybe I can write songs,” she sang, “Been putting it off for all kinds of reasons I’ve been afraid to try.” Reading into it, it makes all the sense in the world that it has been nine years since Doiron released an official solo album. It’s an uncanny understanding of not forcing the muse that she maintains on her brand new album, I Thought Of You.

Pleased to Meat You

Gold Coast punks Veal don’t get together that often, and when they do they apparently don’t do that much—a gig a year, a new song here and there. BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE: Building A Metal Legacy // DREAM THEATER: The Perfect Playlist For a Dream Theater Beginner REVIEWS: EVERY TIME I DIE: Radicals // DON BROCO: Amazing Things // BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE: Bullet For My Valentine // MASTODON: Hushed and Grim // BLACK COAST: Outworld.

Junko Daydream release “A House That God Built”

Junko Daydream have released a new single called "A House That God Built". It was produced, mixed, and engineered by Scott Middleton formerly of Cancer Bats and is available digitally now. Junko Daydream released We Make an Idol of Our Fears in 2020. Check out the song below.