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Watch: The Addition debuts music video for gritty track "In Between"

Some argue that grunge music’s meteoric rise led to its eventual fantastic-flaming disintegration from general consciousness toward the end of the ‘90s; should we go with that argument, then finding its scattered fragments is a rare and beautiful experience indeed: enter Boston’s The Addition. The group’s new music video for its gritty single “In Between” is a grainy black and white dance of pale silhouettes surrendering to growling electric guitars and punchy drums. From pain-stricken vocals to quaking basslines, the group brings it all together for breakdowns that display grunge’s still-smoldering appeal. The Addition has done an excellent job of stoking curiosity for its next move with a song and video that displays the band most naturally. We are streaming the group’s new music video below for your enjoyment; careful, it is hot. - Rene Cobar

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Return Fire “Product of Abuse”

Thrash Metal band Return Fire has released the first single, “Product of Abuse” from their self-titled debut album which is set for release on September 27th.

This is the work of Kevin Jame (vocals), Joe Nunez (drums), Scott Cohen (guitar) and Vince Salvador (bass).

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Numerical Control Society

Sludge Rocker Numerical Control Society are preparing to release their debut EP, Circular Reasoning For Squares, on September 27th. The band release a video, awhile back, of them rehearsing the EP’s closing track “Arvo”.

This is the work of Samuel Bloom, Steve Kiraly, Michael Klayman, and Matthew O’Dell.

You can catch them on October 11th at Burlington Bar with Arriver and Marmora.

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Debut Wet Brian EP Available for Streaming & Download

The quartet of Wet Brian recently dropped its debut EP Criterion. An ominous, mercurial environment develops a haunting tension. Eerie vocals pair with a steady, instrumental drive, chipping away at your psyche. One uneasily anticipates the other shoe dropping. 

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Loyal Lobos' "Criminals" is a touching ode to a dear friend

Andrea Silva's latest single, "Criminals," feels like you're eavesdropping into two good friends having an honest conversation. Silva, who goes by Loyal Lobos, recounts a series of past experiences —and how these have shaped their present lives. "You were also there in the morning/ When I saw everything dark," she admits, playing a dreamy, cascading guitar melody set to swelling ambiance—an element that gives the song a strong feeling of nostalgia.

"Criminals" is the first reveal off a series of sessions Silva recorded with singer-songwriter Evan Voytas and famed songwriter/producer Terry Geiger. She's currently in the middle of a West Coast tour supporting Girl Ultra, including a stop at the Regent Theater on September 17. Juan Rodríguez

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