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Gallery + Review: Teenage Bottlerocket, PEARS, Head Injuries and Redbush in Fort Collins, CO

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So we might be a little late on this but since we had two amazing photographers covering the show, it took a little time to coordinate. All of us gathered at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins to be there for Teenage Bottlerocket‘s record release. This was the debut for Rise Records titled Tales From Wyoming which you can check out HERE. All of the bands were in prime form and if you haven’t checked out PEARS, Head Injuries or …

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Gallery + Review: Pennywise, A Wilhelm Scream, Teenage Bottlerocket and Young Hunger at St. Andrews (Detroit)

* featured photo by Z. Jacob Photography I’m going to be honest with you right out of the gate: I had sort of low expectations for a Pennywise headlining set. I’d never seen these old school SoCal punks before, but I’m pretty familiar with the crowd the “older” dudes tend to bring out. I, however, was pleasantly surprised to find myself wrong after leaving St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit on March 20. The show opened up with Young Hunger, a new Detroit-area band born …

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Contest: Teenage Bottlerocket Record Release Show in Fort Collins, CO

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* featured photo by Dawn Wilson Here’s your chance to win FREE tickets to Teenage Bottlerocket Tales from Wyoming record release show in Fort Collins, CO. The show will be held at the Aggie Theatre with support from PEARS, Head Injuries and Redbush. Most of you know the drill. Just entering really doesn’t do a whole heck of a lot for winning. What gets your win is sharing. You help us, we help you kinda thing. So once you’re entered, …

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Review: Teenage Bottlerocket – ‘Tales From Wyoming’

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The boys in Teenage Bottlerocket are back at it again with their latest album Tales From Wyoming, their sixth studio album and first for Rise Records. I’ve been listening to this album for about two months now with the extremely difficult task of trying to figure out how I could possibly put into words just how fantastic this thing is. Tales From Wyoming is a collection of love stories, full of lust and sweet nothings, true to the band’s sound but surprisingly original. Instrumentally, the …

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Teenage Bottlerocket streams new song “In My Head”

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** featured photo by Dawn Wilson Photography Wyoming’s best, Teenage Bottlerocket, are streaming “In My Head,” a new song from their upcoming album Tales From Wyoming. You can listen to it below. Tales From Wyoming will be released March 31 on Rise Records. The album is Teenage Bottlerocket’s sixth full-length record and follows up 2012’s Freak Out!, out on Fat Wreck Chords. The  14-track album was produced at the Blasting Room with Jason Livermore, Andrew Berlin and Bill Stevenson and …

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Gallery: Pennywise, A Wilhelm Scream, Teenage Bottlerocket and Wiredogs in Denver

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Last week Pennywise, A Wilhelm Scream, Teenage Bottlerocket and Wiredogs killed it at the Ogden Theatre in Englewood, CO. There’s no doubt this was a great show and anyone that attended can attest to that. Unfortunately, that’s not what I’m going to talk about. The photographer at this particular show is none other than Christopher Douglass whom has been with us almost since the very beginning and is not only a super talented photographer, but also a very genuine human / …

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Teenage Bottlerocket premiere new video for “They Call Me Steve”

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** featured photo by Dawn Wilson Photography Wyoming’s best, Teenage Bottlerocket, have premiered their new Minecraft-inspired video for “They Call Me Steve.” The song comes from the band’s upcoming new record, Tales From Wyoming, which releases March 31 on Rise Records. They’ve premiered two other tracks from the album already: “Nothing Else Matters (When I’m With You)” and “Haunted House.” Watch “They Call Me Steve:” Tales From Wyoming is Teenage Bottlerocket’s sixth full-length record and follows up 2012’s Freak Out!, …

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