Posts Tagged ‘pop punk’

The Rebellion Lost – Punch Drunk EP


Pop-punk has gone by the wayside since the early 2000s, but The Rebellion Lost and their latest EP “Punch Drunk” are here to spark some new life into a genre from years past.

Actual Villains

Actual Villains EP

Pop-punk rockers Actual Villains have released their self-titled debut EP, and the guys allowed Creative Control an early listen.

Worth Taking – Touring, Writing, Japan and Ice Cream

Worth Taking

Pop-punk band Worth Taking are coming in hot with their latest LP “Hangman.” With heavy bass lines and a voice from Jerod McBrayer that will caress your eardrums, it’s clear to hear that Worth Taking are bringing the pop-punk from yesteryear into the present, and with a tour on the horizon, into the future as […]

Worth Taking – Hangman


When I write music reviews, especially for rock albums, I often describe the energy I receive from the tracks. I am overjoyed when one song can wake me up, lift my spirits, and get me moving. It is an incredible feeling, but I never knew that feeling could affect both the listener and the artist. […]

Black Friday Death Count – Front Toward Enemy

Black Friday Death Count

What kind of music do you get from a middle-aged dad whose curt sounding punk songs can be heard coming from a barn in Pennsylvania? You get Black Friday Death Count from Line Lexington, Pa. The trio released its latest EP Front Toward Enemy in June 2015, making it the fourth EP release from the […]