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whyd you only reblog me when youre high

TRACK: Kirsten Supine
ARTIST: Swans
ALBUM: To Be Kind
Swans - “Kirsten Supine”
Background vocals: St. Vincent

Converge | All We Love We Leave Behind

Rise Against Releasing New Album In 2014

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Rise Against are releasing a new album this year and it’s “coming soon.” Check out a teaser from the studio below after the jump.

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TRACK: Smile
ARTIST: Deftones
ALBUM: Eros

gothsean:

Chi, We miss you today and everyday. [x]

This song

Linkin Park ‘The Hunting Party’ » June 17th

Daylight Officially Change Name To Superheaven

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Daylight have officially changed their name to Superheaven. The change is due to legal issues with the name “Daylight,” but everything else regarding the band minus their name will not be changing. The band will be going out on tours in the near future with both Basement and Nothing, respectively. Check out a statement from the band below after the jump.

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phaserburn:

My taste in music ranges from “you need to listen to this” to “I know, please don’t judge me.”

I’m sensing a pattern with Pitchfork here hmmm hmmm

I heard Dave Grohl’s kick drum sound in my motherfucking ear! I heard Krist Novoselic playing! I heard Pat Smear playing in my ear, in real time. And I was there!” she laughed. “They haven’t played these songs in 20 years, [so] you just want to do your damndest for those guys. But the real thing is that they changed people’s lives. People’s lives were better as a result of what those three, and eventually four, guys did.”

And to that end, Clark didn’t feel like speculating on what Thursday night’s performance meant for the future of Nirvana—but she definitely wouldn’t be opposed to joining them again if the situation arose. After all, she’s got to fulfill the dreams of a slightly older Annie Clark, too.

"That’s the test of good music. I was an 11-year-old, so it hit me [then] too," she said. "There was something in it, some sort of pain and anxiety and deep humanity that resonated with me … and it still resonates with me today.

- St. Vincent (Annie Clark) on performing with Nirvana at the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremony April 10th 2014 (via fuckyeahstvincent)

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St. Vincent & Nirvana. Lithium.

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