Tag: Melodic Punk

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Light The Way Will Demolish 2021 With Their Infectious Pop-Punk Energy

Light The Way will return this year with quite possibly, THE BEST pop-punk album in years. The band known for their high energy, spirit-filled, unique sound is quite remarkable in a scene with run of the mill relationship driven songs and profanity laden banter. The band seek to change things up by connecting with audiences in a deeply emotional, honest, and spiritual way.… Continued →

February 6, 2021

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January 12, 2021

Too Bad Eugene Returns

One of my favorite 00’s pop-punk/melodic punk acts – Too Bad Eugene, returns this year with new music. While we await such a magnificent return by Adam Nigh and company, the band has just put up the now classic year 2000 full length, “At Any Rate”, for download and streaming on all digital networks.… Continued →

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August 21, 2020

Slick Shoes Release New Song "Visitors"

Slick Shoes just released a jaw dropping new melodic punk inspired tune called “Visitors” to all digital platforms. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming EPIC new album “Rotation and Frequency” due out September 25th. Listen to the song below. This band continues to “Wow” and “Inspire” even after almost 25 years.… Continued →

August 18, 2020

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August 1, 2020

Slick Shoes - Carry This (New Song)

Slick Shoes are back with yet another NEW song. This one is titled “Carry This” and you can listen to it below. Song is available now on all digital platforms. Pick up the band’s new album “Rotation & Frequency” when it releases on September 25th via Tooth & Nail Records. Pre-Order the album in several different bundle options or stand alone CD/Vinyl right here.… Continued →

July 17, 2020

DSB Re-Release 2005 Punk Rock Release

DSB, a Southern California melodic hardcore, street punk band, are re-releasing their 2005 debut Scott Silletta (Plankeye, Fanmail, The Franchise) produced album to all digital networks. This was the first band that Ray Torres played in back in the day. Grab the album on Bandcamp right here or on Digital Networks.… Continued →

July 9, 2020

Slick Shoes Return With Brand New Album "Rotation & Frequency"

Slick Shoes are back with their first newly recorded album in over 17 years. “Far From Nowhere” marked the end of the last recorded Slick Shoes full length that saw a release in 2003 on Side One Dummy Records. The band is back and better than ever with a new full length effort titled “Rotation & Frequency” which was recorded with famed producer, Steve Kravac (Burn Out and Rusty).… Continued →

July 5, 2020

May 31, 2020

INTERVIEW : Light The Way

For the first time ever on IVM, Light The Way gets the interview treatment. Check out my questions and answers with Andrew (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Christian Moore (Guitar), and Christian Appel (Drums) [Evan is missing in action, sorry pal] from Light The Way, below. About the song “Hope”: “For me, Hope is a birds eye view of how sinful we as a human race really are, and at the end of the day, the only thing that really gives me hope that reaches beyond “just living a good life,” is that Jesus forgave me for all of it.Continued →

May 27, 2020

REVIEW : Reliance - Running

Two Years in the making, Prescott, AZ's own Spirit Filled Skate Punk act, Reliance, have returned with an 8 song release full of scripture based anthemic sing alongs! FFO: Pennywise, Millencolin, Lagwagon, and other 90's era skate punk

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February 20, 2020

Song of the Day: Incomplete - Last Night

We now approach the 20th anniversary of this now classic punk rock split release between 1 huge fan favorite band – Dogwood, and 1 lesser known, extremely underrated melodic “new school punk” band, Incomplete. I’m left feeling sentimental just looking at the simple artwork and being reminded of two extremely important bands of my youth.… Continued →