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LOSE, the forthcoming album from the Staten Island old-school indie rock guitar maulers Cymbals Eat Guitars, is shaping up to be something really special. We've posted the early tracks "Jackson" and…   Read Story »
Cymbals Eat Guitars is a frenetic, emotional, catchy, wildly great band from New York City. The Real Housewives Of New York City is a frenetic, emotional, catchy, wildly -- well, ah -- wild reality…   Read Story »
There's a moment early on in LOSE, the third album from Cymbals Eat Guitars, that immediately leaps out. Frontman and lyricist Joe D'Agostino describes his best friend looking like David Bowie on…   Read Story »
Music has the ability to communicate a wide emotional spectrum, and this week's 5 Best Songs do just that. Whether it be Porter Robinson giving us some anthemic waves of synth, or Cam'ron going in on…   Read Story »
Today New York band Cymbals Eat Guitars announced their third album, LOSE, and from the sound of it, frontman Joseph D'Agostino has a lot to get out. That's because LOSE was written and recorded…   Read Story »
Last year, New York indie heart-on-sleevers Cymbals Eat Guitars released their Lenses Alien album, recruiting legendary indie producer John Agnello to man the boards. And today, they've got a spare…   Read Story »
The video for "Definite Darkness," a triumphant guitar-rager from Staten Island '90s-indie revivalists Cymbals Eat Guitars, consists entirely of footage from some sort of drill-team tryout. In the…   Read Story »
Kids wiling out; a thematic appeal that shall never die out. The new video from Cymbals Eats Guitars for "Keep Me Waiting" features a lot of smashing, punching and running by bored teens. Youth!…   Read Story »
Despite the fact that they're really young, Staten Island indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars are already the masters of grandiose, guitar-driven rock. On their new LP, Lenses Alien, they push it a…   Read Story »
If you enjoyed Lenses Alien's 8 mnute Polvo-meets-shoegaze opener "Rifle Sight (Proper Name)" and the shorter but no less ambitious "Definite Darkness," you definitely want Cymbals Eat Guitars'…   Read Story »