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NEW VEGAS is a post-hardcore band from Pittsburgh, PA. Since releasing 2 albums, the band has gained a strong following of their dynamic sound and their outside-the-box post-hardcore style. Recently the band has parted ways with their original singer Jon Colder and have now enlisted Tyler Cramer as the band’s new front man. They’re currently working on new material, but in the meantime I highly suggest listening to More Than Mythology that was released May of this year (and download it FOR FREE!)

 
For Fans Of: Thursday, Hands Like Houses, AFI
 
Key Tracks: More Than Mythology, Homes and Coffins, Watered Down, All Around
 

 

Each of us carry emotions which dictate how we act in our society. It is in essence our defining characteristic. Some carry heavy hearts from haunted pasts, some let fear drive their decisions, and some are just content with being alive even if for just one more day. As evident as these emotions can be and as critical they are in defining our identity, do they stem from anything really important? Do our feelings even matter? When listening to this album, we urge you to feel the music beyond a mere “listen”: get lost in whatever feelings it inspires. When you are done, look within and ask yourself if the ideas of passion, self-worth, or identity itself hold any water or if they are no more than mythology.

 
Merch: newvegas.bigcartel.com
CD: newvegas.bandcamp.com
Twitter: twitter.com/newvegasband
Youtube Channel: youtube.com/newvegasband
 
New Vegas

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