In the masses of pop-punk bands, Richmond, Virginia’s Battleghost surfaces with a promising future. With two EPs and the full length album under their belts, a third EP is just around the corner. Set for May 11, Don’t Be A Hero showcases Battleghost’s best work yet.
Saying that Catherine Powell is a hard worker is definitely an understatement. She's the mastermind behind one of the most diverse webzines around, Naked, which features everything from Nickelodeon stars to post hardcore bands. That being said, Catherine is definitely a key face behind the thriving music scene that we have today.
Check out our interview with Catherine and get to know a little more about her!
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5/14 -- Bad Rabbits – "American Love" 5/14 -- The Dillinger Escape Plan – "One Of Us Is The Killer" 5/14 -- Escape The Fate – "Ungrateful" 5/14 -- The Wonder Years – "The Greatest Generation" 5/14 -- This Century – "Biography Of Heartbreak" 5/14 -- Vampire Weekend – "Modern Vampires Of The City"
Straight out of Pheonix, Arizona, Anarbor is truly no force to be messed with. We had the opportunity to see them out on The End of the World Tour with We the Kings, Mayday Parade, and The Downtown Fiction and were not disappointed with this band in the slightest.
As an opening band, you really have to fight to please the crowd and get their attention. Anarbor managed to not only please the crowd, but get them all moving, singing, screaming, and going nuts within their first two songs.
The band played for a half an hour, playing popular tracks such as, “The Brightest Green,” and, “Let the Games Begin,” they also covered, “Someone Like You,” by Adele. Half an hour really isn’t a lot of time to show the crowd what you’re capable of, however, I have never seen so much energy come from an opening band; they really kicked off the night for us in a big way. This band has more energy than you could ever imagine, even when they first come on the stage.
We definitely recommend checking out Anarbor, you won’t regret it.