Tag: Equal Vision Records

January 20, 2021

The Juliana Theory Seek Comfort in "Better Now"

The band The Juliana Theory, are back with a brand new song titled “Better Now”. This is a follow up to their surprise come back single, “Can’t Go Home”. As is evidenced in their music videos, the band is now just 2 members – Brett Detar and Joshua Fiedler in what can best be described as a pop-rock duo. “Better Now” is an emotional and inspirational anthem perfect for 2021 about rising up through trauma and overcoming pain.… Continued →

April 2, 2019

As Cities Burn - Chains (New Song)

As Cities Burn are BACK and with a new song to prove it. This song will definitely please early fans of the band while also keeping interest from later era fans as well. This is like the perfect combination of sounds from their entire back catalog. Check out “Chains” below and pre-order the new album “Scream Through The Walls” which will be out June 7th on Equal Vision Records. Good for them.… Continued →

December 20, 2017

April 24, 2017

Gideon - Cursed

Hardcore band, Gideon has a new album coming soon. It’s called Cold and it will be out on May 12th via Equal Vision Records. Gideon brings a heavy new approach to the album from what I’ve heard, and this song brings in Knocked Loose vocalist Bryan Garris. Check out this video below. Enjoy!
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March 9, 2011

REVIEW : Eisley - The Valley

Leaning more on guitars than the piano this time around, Eisley’s latest is an open window to the hurt of broken relationships and the nervous joy of a potentially brighter future.

February 14, 2010

INTERVIEW : We Came As Romans

After a few years of a little DIY managing We Came As Romans (WCAR) met Matt Stewart at one of their shows. Matt would become their representative at Outerloop Management and their gatekeeper to the professional music world. Matt got the guys in with Joey Sturgis (The Devil Wears Prada, Emarosa, Attack! Attack!) at Foundation Studios. The guys paid out of pocket for the recording. With an understanding of the economic state many of their fans were in they released the EP, Dreams, to fans for free.Continued →