Sunday, February 22, 2015

10 Cool Full Band Covers You Must Watch!

Hi everyone! Today, as I do every month, I'll be sharing with you 10 covers of some sort with you. This time I've chosen to share with you full band covers of some alternative/punk/rock songs that I found pretty good in my opinion. In some of the covers, the people playing aren't officially in a band, they just came together for the cover, however, some of them are made by bands which are together. 

1. In Loving Memory - Drown (originally by Bring Me The Horizon):

2. Ricky Ficarelli, DMF & Jose - Stomach Tied In Knots  (originally by Sleeping With Sirens): 

3. Aturn3d (feat. James Derse) - Animal I Have Become (originally by Three Days Grace):

4. Ryan Clouse, Jayme and Jason Lewis and Tim Boone - My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (originally by Fall Out Boy):

5. Mikey Saenz, Kurt Borutski and Pierre-Luc Brodeur - Adam's Song (originally by Blink-182):

6. AraMusic - Iridescent (originally by Linkin Park): 

7. At Sunset - Perfect (originally by Simple Plan):

8. Adalie - Until The Day I Die (originally by Story Of The Year):

9. Misprinted Lines - Dial Tones (originally by As It Is):

10. 2 Foot Moose - The River (originally by Good Charlotte):

Here they are guys! Let me know your thoughts of these covers, and if you know any other full band covers that I might enjoy, feel free to share them with me, I accept requests :) Also in this YouTube playlist you can find these and more full band covers, in case you want to hear more: I hope y'all have a nice day! 

Saturday, February 21, 2015

"Never Giving Up" and more cool new music!

Hey guys! These last days have been good days for new music videos and new music coming out, so that I'll be sharing with you some of the stuff that has been put out these last few days that you might be interested about!
To start with, the post-hardcore band 'Of Mice & Men' has released today a new song, called "Never Giving Up", from the upcoming 'Restoring Force Full Circle", coming out the 24th of this month in the US!

Secondly, the pop punk band 'Fall Out Boy' released yesterday a music video for their song "Irresistible" from their last album: 'American Beauty/American Phsyco", in which you will definitely laugh a lot and enjoy watching!

Also, the pop band 'Like Rockets' (they're pretty cool, in case you haven't heard about them) has released a music video for their last single "Hold On", which is a very soft and beautiful track. I personally love to listen to these kind of songs at night.

To finish with, the post-hardcore band 'Motionless In White' decides to break the cycle and releases a music video for their last single "Break The Cycle", which is an amazing track from their last album 'Reincarnate' and has a great music video!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Vic Fuentes' birthday!

Hello there everyone! Today, it's Vic Fuentes' birthday! For those who don't know who Vic Fuentes is,  he's the lead vocalist and guitarist of the post-hardcore band 'Pierce The Veil'. This amazing man, who looks like he's 20 years old, is now 32 years old! He was born in San Diego, California. His father is Mexican and his mother is Irish. He's got a younger brother which is the drummer of the band 'Pierce The Veil', who's one year younger than him. He formed the band 'Pierce The Veil' in 2006 with his brother, Jaime Preciado and Tony Perry.

Go wish this amazing man a happy birthday, because he does deserve it! Happy birthday, Vic, from all your fans. You rock, thanks for the amazing music, you're awesome ;)

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

"Would It Matter"

Hi guys! I feel like it's been a really long while since I last wrote a "deep" post on here, and I felt like writing one now.

I was just listening to the song "Would It Matter" by Skillet this afternoon, and that song made me think a lot, for that reason, it's a great song to write about today.
I haven't listened to many songs by this band, this is one of the few songs I've listened by them; however, I like everything I've listened to by them so far. I just need time to listen to them closely. 

The first time I've listened to this song was only like thirteen minutes ago, but this song has really got me. It's a very emotional song, and the instrumental actually fits the lyrics, so it's a great combination of both things. 

I don't know about you guys, but I have asked myself so many of the questions in the song; that's why (I think) I liked the song that much and I felt connection with it. 

"If I wasn't here tomorrow, would anybody care?", honestly, I've asked myself that question a lot of times. Also I dare to say that probably you've asked yourself that. I hope not, but a lot of people ask themselves that question, or that's what I think. 

I do ask myself that a lot, if people would care if I was just gone, if someone would lose sleep, as the song says, if someone would care if I left... it's kind of a sad question, because if you ask yourself that, it means you're not very sure if there's someone out there who truly cares about you. There truly is; but, what's sad is to think that, to think that you don't matter to anyone, that there's not anyone who even cares about you. That thought really feels awful, but it's not true though. 

The song also talks about changing, and just wondering if that would matter. I ask myself 
that a lot, and getting another chance... just starting again, wanting to be a different person, losing chances... I really relate to that; when I first listened to the song the lyrics truly spoke to me in a very deep level. I like sad songs, because it feels good to have something to relate to. 

Below you can listen to the song and let me know your thoughts of it in the comments if you want to: