It's unavoidable: Eventually, you grow up. Your tastes change. Your priorities shift. Mostly, though? You become tired of the same old, same old. In turn, you want something new. In 2010, that inevitability has hit the local mall-punk scene—and hard, too. No longer featuring a cast of teenage brats looking to become heroes to the Hot Topic set, the prominent North Texas purveyors of snotty, emotive pop tunes are now a few years older and, one assumes, a... More >>>