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News: Don’t Panic Fest (Denver) Announces Lineup including Off With Their Heads, Ray Rocket and more

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A new music festival is on the horizon for Denver to celebrate local and national talent and that festival is called Don’t Panic Fest which will take place in the Broadway area of Denver on February 17th – 18th, 2017. Among some of the talent is Off With Their Heads, Ray Rocket, Nobodys and SPELLS. The festival will be split between three venues on Broadway in Denver which are 3 Kings Tavern, Hi-Dive and Mutiny Information Cafe. All on the …

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Premiere: The Ghoulies Stream New Album ‘Roswell-A-Go-Go’

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The Ghoulies, a punk rock and roll band out of Denver, have recently announced the release of their next full-length. Roswell-A-Go-Go is set to drop on Nov. 28, but you can now stream all the non-stop, rock n’ roll, punk-a-billy sci-fi action below. Stream ‘Roswell-A-Go-Go’ Roswell-A-Go-Go by The Ghoulies You can pre-order the new album from their bandcamp page HERE. The band last released their self-titled debut album in June of 2013.   onTheWeb: Facebook | Bandcamp             

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The Ghoulies Stream (Free) New Song, Announce LP

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The Ghoulies, a punk rock and roll band out of Denver, have recently announced the release of their next full-length. Roswell-A-Go-Go is set to drop on Nov. 28, but you can check out the first single “Parasite” below. It’s a rad track that already has me stoked to hear what these guys have to offer us next month. Roswell-A-Go-Go by The Ghoulies “Parasite” is currently available as a free download HERE, where you can also pre-order the album. The band …

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Show Review: The Windermeres CD release in Denver

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* featured image by Samantha Simmons The first band up was Denver Port Authority. They tend to play really fast pop punk music, the drums are technically impressive, and they all get up there and really play their hardest at every show. They played a couple of cover songs including one by NOFX, and are generally pretty cool to listen to, although I almost wish they had some stronger backup vocals or vocal harmonies. The second band up was The …

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Review: The Ghoulies – ‘Self Titled’

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If Marie Osmond is a little bit country and Donnie Osmond is a little bit rock ‘n roll, I think we need to change our measure of what constitutes“a little bit rock ‘n roll.” If not for any other reason, it would be easier to categorize Denver, Colorado’s The Ghoulies, who are a little bit rock ‘n roll without that unsettling brother/sister relationship for one thing. The band have crafted an impressive debut, even without considering the fact that there …

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