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Snapshots: Hawthorne Heights @ Vans Warped Tour (Merriweather Post Pavilion) -- 7/16/17

Hawthorne Heights perform at Vans Warped Tour at Merriweather Post Pavilion on July 16, 2017. (Photo by Paivi)

Post-hardcore band Hawthorne Heights played at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sunday, July 16, as part of Vans Warped Tour. 195 more words

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Hawthorne Heights: If Only You Were Lonely

2006

If Only You Were Lonely was the sophomore album from Hawthorne Heights which followed-up their successful debut, The Silence In Black and White. This album showed that this band wasn’t just a one time success. 177 more words

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Interview with JT Woodruff of HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS at Warped Tour '17

Rei: Hey, guys, Rei Haycraft here with Fuel The Scene Magazine. I’ve got JT Woodruff from Hawthorne Heights here at the Vans Warped Tour. How are you doing today? 1,439 more words

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Chasing Silver Bullets at Vans Warped Tour 2017

In the early 2000s rock was in its prime. There wasn’t a single soul who didn’t at the very least know Linkin Park and Evanescence. And when Green Day launched the legendary “American Idiot” album it grew so popular that a Jamaican covered the song. 1,413 more words

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Hawthorne Heights: The Silence In Black and White

2004

The mid-2000’s saw this surge in post-hardcore and emo music. The Silence In Black and White is an album that was a big part in the start of that surge and it’s an album that still holds a special place in that time period. 157 more words

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HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS ANNOUNCE AUSTRALIAN TOUR PLAYING TWO ALBUMS IN FULL

US Post-Hardcore pioneers, Hawthorne Heights will return to Australia for shows across August and September!

This time around they will be playing their landmark first two albums, 2004’s… 219 more words

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Photos: Hawthorne Heights, Selfish Things, First Ghost @ Adelaide Hall

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Emo/Post-Hardcore band Hawthorne Heights, who released their newest EP, Hurt, on September 18th, 2015 via Cardboard Empire, which serves as the third and final EP in the Hate/Hope/Hurt trilogy, and which featured the single “The Darkest Times”, performed at Adelaide Hall in Toronto last night with rock band Selfish Things, Toronto-based emo band First Ghost, and Toronto-based pop-punk band Carried Away. 218 more words

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