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Survive This! release music video for “Save Me”

Las Vegas post-hardcore act Survive This! have release a music video for their new song “Save Me” and you can watch it below.

“Save Me” comes off the band’s newest album Reality. Survive This! independently released Reality on May 31, 2016. It is the follow up to their 2013 album, The Life You’ve Chosen which was released by Epitaph Records.



Epitaph releases 2014 Spring Sampler

One more reason to be happy that spring is here!  Epitaph Records has put out their latest compilation, Scream Cleaning 2014.  The 7-song comp features tracks from I Killed the Prom Queen, Survive This!, Bring Me the Horizon, and everyone’s favorite screamo band, Falling in Reverse.  Check out the tracks, and give it a listen below.



Music Video: Survive This! – “The Life You’ve Chosen”

Las Vegas post-hardcore act Survive This! have premiered a music video for the title track off their brand new album “The Live You’ve Chosen” and you can check it out below.

“The Life You’ve Chosen” was released yesterday via Epitaph Records.



Full album stream: Survive This! – “The Life You’ve Chosen”

Las Vegas post-hardcore act Survive This! is offering a full stream of their new record entitled “The Life You’ve Chosen”

You can give it a listen below.

The record was released today via Epitaph Records.



Survive This (Epitaph Records) stream upcoming album “The Life You’ve Chosen”

Las Vegas based post-hardcore/metalcore(?) act Survive This! are streaming their upcoming album “The Life You’ve Chosen” in its entirety below.

“The Life That You’ve Chosen” is due out October 29th via Epitaph Records.  Falling In Reverse’s Ronnie Radke produced the album.



New Music: Survive This! (new Epitaph signing) – “Where I Belong”

In case you hadn’t heard, Survive This! are the latest addition to the Epitaph Records roster. The band are set to release their debut album, “The Life You’ve Chosen,” on October 29th.

Falling In Reverse’s Ronnie Radke produced the album, and also appears briefly in the band’s debut video for the track “Where I Belong.” Click here to check it out, and check in down below with your thoughts on the new direction for the storied label.