He Walks Alone was produced in 2009 and finished in 2010. It marks the band’s second full length release — the first in eight years, and their first one since high school, more notably. It is a concept album to boot. The concept is the story of a young guitarist who is trying to find his way in life and faces a lot of struggles in his quest for identity.
It falls roughly into the punk/alternative genre. The closest example I can come up with for a similar artist is Rise Against. Like that band, they feature fast-yet-catchy guitar riffs, emotional lyrics, and chorus-style vocals.
The Detroit Metro area is full of little places that are easy to miss if you’re driving faster than 30 mph…and if you’re ever on Royal Oak’s Main Street, you may want to keep your eyes open for a little place called Luna
Our Weekly play lists includes everything from rapper MJG to techno/indie sweethearts School of Seven Bells. If that’s not eclectic enough for you, we’ve even thrown in an alt. country pioneer, a guilty pleasure song, and much much more, for good measure.
To date, in my opinion, Brand New has not put out a single bad record. However, when I heard that Daisy, their fourth full-length release, had landed, I was a bit reticent to listen at first. You see, ever since their sophomore release, Deja Entendu, Brand New has become increasingly complex, and that complexity requires you to approach their records like you were reading A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.
Housed on the GA Floor of Cobo Hall, eight amazing bands set out to stun people of all ages for the Rockstar Taste of Chaos Tour 2008 (TOC ’08). Headliner Avenged Sevenfold put on thier best performance to date while Atreyu and Bullet for My Valentine put on shows that left fans speechless.