That's a lot of band names for one measly headline. Today's first new review is from Gregg Harrington, who took in the Pittsburgh stop of the Alkaline Trio / New Found Glory / H2O tour:

The large venue was impressively filled with a strangely diverse crowd: grizzled hardcore kids mingled next to pop-punk high schoolers and normal-looking parents shared the smoke-filled air with awkward social outcasts.

Sounds fun! Read about it here.

Then, Renaldo Matadeen checks out the new collaboration from My Fictions and The Saddest Landscape, When You Are Close, I Am Gone:

This collaborative split, however, proves a pretty good representation of both bands, with TSL offering a typical and non-varying delivery on what they've come to establish. My Fictions do manage to strengthen an extra layer of ferocity to, what I assume would be, a very loud shout out towards making their mark known even more in the hardcore realm.

Read the review here.

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