DYNE SIDE Gets Violently Self-Critical With "An Argument With Myself"
When I say Miami, the first thing I'm sure doesn't come to your mine is post-hardcore. It should now though, considering we're premiering a new song from Miami's own Dyne Side, and it's a rager! The song is reminiscent of Every Time I Die and Norma Jean, though with much more pop influence on the choruses, and the video was directed, shot, and edited by Zachary Dade, Daniel Muñoz, and Leonardo Saldaña.
Dyne Side's new album Immigrant was recorded and mixed by Paolo Angulo at The Heat Studios, and was mastered by Kris Crummett (Sleeping With Sirens, Issues, Drop Dead, Gorgeous) at Interlace Audio.
Immigrant is out August 11, and you can pre-order that here.