Today, HM is proud to premiere the lead track from Decades In self-titled release, “Buried Under.” The song comes from the band’s debut self-titled album, which dropped on June 26. Formed in 2003, the band began playing live together in 2007, releasing their first demo in 2009. They endured a tragic bus accident in the middle of 2012, and, as vocalist Daniel Song told us, it is sometimes in the tragedies where new birth begins. We spoke with Song about the meaning of the song:

“‘Buried Under’ is about making sacrifices even in the face of death. When I wrote these lyrics, I reflected on The Ghost Inside and their tragic bus accident. Those guys are following their dreams despite a life-threatening incident such as theirs. It did not stop them from achieving what they set out to do.”

Formerly known as Dennis is Dead, the Union City-based quartet recently hit the road with With Wolves on a West coast tour, and will be playing Prescott, AZ tonight. If you dig the track, you can grab the self-titled album from iTunes.


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After canning the entire album in 2015, Righteous Vendetta is ready to release 'Not Dead Yet' and prove they're still thriving. We recently got to sit down with Ryan Hayes, vocalist of Righteous Vendetta, to discuss the band's upcoming album, life in the Mountain West, and how the pandemic has him venturing into country music songwriting.


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Bert McCracken of The Used Photo by Aaron Berkshire

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"Music is our everything; we live and die for it. It’s our way to be human, so making songs that make that deep human connection is really important for The Used." In a new age of releasing music in a socially-distanced world, Bert McCracken and The Used face the challenge of human connection when physical connection is taboo. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt dives in with McCracken about The Used's new album, Heartwork, his absence on social media, and why 2020 will be the year of rice.


Photo by Aaron Berkshire

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