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One Step Closer Unveils Emotional Tapestry with All You Embrace

One Step Closer has long believed in the boundless potential of hardcore, a conviction they fully embody with their latest release All You Embrace.
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Echoes of Emptiness: Navigating the Depths in Hoverboard's 'Half The Lies They Tell About Me Aren't True'

Hoverboard, formerly known as Shangrila, have rebranded into a dynamic ball of fire with the release of their new EP. Half The Lies They Tell About Me Aren’t True marks a significant evolution in their musical journey. 
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Punk Powerhouse Karen Dio Unveils Her Anthem "Sick Ride"

Karen Dio has broke Brazil's punk barriers. Take a peak at our feature of the month.
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Track-by-Track Dissection of Grumpster’s New Self-Titled Album: ‘Grumpster’

Grumpster, a punk band from the Bay Area, has released their newest album, “Grumpster.” The 11-track album takes you through waves of emotions.
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Jhariah Continues To Expound Their Genre-Bending Journey Through New Record “TRUST CEREMONY”

Jhariah is not a fresh name here at Punkaganda Press. Following their strides since early 2020 has been the biggest privilege! Soft-launching their new era with singles “PIN-EYE” “EAT YOUR FRIENDS” and “RISK, RISK, RISK”, we knew we were in for ..
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feature of the month

KAREN DIÓ

Karen Dió, the viral punk star who has been grabbing attention on the internet left and right, signs to Hopeless Records. She simultaneously drops a set of singles, including a re-release of her fan-favorite track “Sick Ride,” which has caught the attention of Sum 41, Fred Durst, Kenny Hoopla, and more. Dió’s raucous, DIY punk anthems have commanded attention across seas all the way from her birthplace of Brazil, where she first laid the foundation for her bustling career. Now, Dió has found global appeal in her music, and is representing Brazilian rock music in a big way. 

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