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Every year, Alternative Press handpicks five of the scene's strongest acts, throws them into tour buses and vans, and sends them out on the road. This year's lineup covers almost every shade of the "punk" spectrum, ranging from guttural growls to guitar-driven pop. All of the action is set to illuminate the Boston House of Blues on Oct. 16th.
Pop-punk heavyweights Four Year Strong are headlining the event, armed with crowd favorites such as the anthemic "On a Saturday" and "Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die," which mandates a mosh pit nearly every time it's played live. With their new record In Some Way, Shape, or Form due out in November, expect a healthy dose of new material, which has been sounding great so far. The House of Blues show is the hometown stop for the Boston rockers, so this could very well be the most chaotic night of the tour.