POZ Playlist: The 2013 Take Action Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 8, 2013


The 2013 Take Action Tour has been pushing along strongly, and PropertyOfZack has put together We Came As Romans, Crown The Empire, and MindFlow together on the tour for a new Playlist. Check out the dates for the tour here and the Playlists below while listening to the songs on Spotify and reading everyone’s thoughts!

This Or The Apocalypse - Americans

I’ve been listening to this a lot lately. I really like the lyrics and the clean guitar. 
Ocean Is Theory – While We’re Young
This is one of my favorite bands, song has good structure, and really catchy, great lyrics. - Joshua Moore
Taylor Swift – I Knew You Were Trouble
*Song is not on Spotify
I like this song more than Josh does. 
(Joshua: I like that song more and I liked it before Lou.)
Regina Spektor – Don’t Leave Me
Last time I was In Paris it was raining and one of her lyrics relates, so it brings me back every time. Also, my favorite song to play to make Kyle mad. - Lou Cotton
At Dawn We Rage – The Fall

This track has an amazing melodic feel to it and has a very mature bass heavy feel. It’s a song everyone can enjoy on the bus, and everywhere!
Justin Jay – The Dip *Song is not on Spotify
This track is too hot for any tech house fans. Great west coast feel with some bouncy sub bass and awesome hook lyrics. - Kyle Pavone
Bermuda – Process Of Drowning

This is one of the heaviest songs I’ve ever heard. It’s hard to understand what’s going on, and I love it. 
Periphery – Make Total Destroy
This song ranges from heavy and technical, to melodic and soulful. The fact that it covers such a broad range of tones and dynamics makes it an enjoyable listen for me. - Eric Choi
Bon Iver - Holocene

The music is beautiful and calming. It always helps me calm down if I’m stressed or anxious.
The Ghost Inside - Outlive
This song is great to run and workout to. I listen to it literally every time I jog.- Dave Stephens

Fun - Some Nights (intro)

Beautiful song. Really brings back the era of music where melody and lyrics were the forefront - Not some four on the floor beat and bad rapping.
Pierce The Veil - Hell Above
Great song, Great group of dudes, and this track is off of an amazing album.
Black Veil Brides - In The End
Awesome theatrics, and great to see a band break out of the narrow minded chokehold that this genre is so often associated with.
Bruno Mars – Treasure
A freaking jam.
30 Seconds to Mars – Hurricane
One of our biggest inspirations as a band. Definitely an aspiration of ours to create music as beautiful and over the top as this one.
Skrillex – Bangarang
There’s nothing better than seeing people try to sing along to Dubstep.
Panic at the Disco - Ballad of Mona Lisa
Still an amazing song after 2 years straight of jamming it.
Of Mice and Men - The Depths
Amazing song. 
Nickelback - Next Go Round
Cause sometimes, you’ve gotta let the “BACK” out.
The Twilight Saga Audio Books
Because their love is so pure and true… Just joking.

Stone Sour - Gone Sovereign

What a way to open an album, impressive aggressiveness and musicality melted in great melodies
Stone Sour - Absolute Zero
Sequel for the previous song that needs no comment once you get to hear it, this guys put out a monstrous record!
The Offspring - The Future Is Now
A more serious type of song from this amazing band with a masterpiece chorus.
Pennywise - All Or Nothing
I picked the song that has the same name of the album, but it could have been any song of this album, high energy level that rock your socks off!
Van Halen - Tattoo
What can anyone say about this guys? Amazing to the least!
Unisonic - Unisonic
For the fans of high pitch vocals with a great hard rock instrumental, classic and yet original.
Dream Theater - Bridges In The Sky 
For fans of this incredible progressive metal band this is a epic mind blowing and furious song.
Alice In Chains - Hollow 
Brand new song from this band which amazes their fan base with every new release.
Nickelback - This Means War 
This is how guitars is supposed to sound in rock nowadays, superb vocal melodies!
Foo Fighter - Rope
You can find all elements from different ages of rock in this rock song, must give credit to Taylor Hawkins, great Neil Peart drums references! - Brendan Barone

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