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Illuminate Me Premiere New Album, ‘I Have Become a Corpse’

Illuminate Me Premiere New Album, ‘I Have Become a Corpse’

The record features guest appearances by members of The Color Morale, Glass Cloud, and The Plot in You!

Illuminate Me Premiere New Song, “West Side Artgoon Craiglist Killa,” Featuring Landon Tewers of The Plot in You

Illuminate Me Premiere New Song, “West Side Artgoon Craiglist Killa,” Featuring Landon Tewers of The Plot in You

Punk/metalcore group Illuminate Me will release their new album, I Have Become a Corpse, on July 15 via Tragic Hero Records; the LP features guest appearances by Garrett Rapp (The Color Morale), Jerry Roush (ex-Of Mice & Men and current vocalist for Glasscloud), and Landon Tewers (The Plot In You). In anticipation, the group has […]

Exclusive: The Plot in You Debut New Music Video, “Fiction Religion”

Exclusive: The Plot in You Debut New Music Video, “Fiction Religion”

Their new album, Could You Watch Your Children Burn, is out now!

New Music out Today, Vote for the Record of the Week

New Music out Today, Vote for the Record of the Week

This week sees new shit from The Plot In You, Recovery Council and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you’re snagging a copy of and which record should be the Album of the Week. Pick your favorite and feel free to vote as many times […]

Whitechapel Announce “Recorruptour” with Miss May I, After the Burial

Whitechapel Announce “Recorruptour” with Miss May I, After the Burial

Whitechapel have announced dates for their “Recorruptour,” featuring support from Miss May I,  After the Burial, and the Plot in You. Within the Ruins and Structures will also lend support for select dates. Whitechapel are touring in support of their Recorrupted EP, released last month. Full tour dates below. With Structures: 03/10 Memphis, TN, Newbys […]

Review: The Plot in You – First Born

Review: The Plot in You – First Born

Hard charging, heavy, and in your face, the Plot in You hold nothing back on their debut record, First Born. Methodical and punishing, the songs are a series of industrial sounds and crunchy guitar chords. But while the band shoots for a similar sound to more polished metalcore contemporaries like Bury Your Dead and the […]