Welcome to Out From The Pine Box 

We're a Nashville based music publication that aims to provide a platform for new, up-and-coming, and established musicians around the world to share their creations while making the process of discovering new music easy and accessible no matter where you're located!

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The Acacia Strain // Show Review + Photos

Let’s face it, anniversary tours have become commonplace over the last few years, cashing in on the idea of nostalgia. Rarely do you get two bands touring together on anniversaries of albums, and it’s even more rare that the albums were instrumental in progressing their genres. After The Burial and The Acacia Strain teamed up for the Rareform Across The Continent tour and we knew as soon as it was announced that it wouldn’t be one to miss. Check out our thoughts on the tour, which also included Make Them Suffer and Erra, after the jump!

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Trivium // Show Review + Photos

Trivium recently brought their The Sin And The Sentence World Tour to the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville and we were fortunate enough to check out the show. Trivium have been on the road for what seems like forever in support of their last album, The Sin And The Sentence, and brought Avatar and Light The Torch along on this run.

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Mae // Show Review + Photos

It’s not often that you come across a two band bill that also features an established band making their triumphant return to the stage as an active artist — we’re living the dream! We recently had the opportunity to go check out Mae at The High Watt in Nashville, TN and had a blast not only reliving the mid 2000’s but also hearing new Mae in 2018.


Eaglemont // Single + Video

Melborune based indie folk rock artist Bridgitte Jessop has been releasing music under the name Eaglemont since 2017. With a new double single titled “Mediocre At Best / Uppercut” being released on November 1st, Eaglemont has a video for “Mediocre At Best” out now. This is a heartfelt single with down to earth lyrics and minimal bells and whistles.


Young Rising Sons // Single

The last time we spoke to Young Rising Sons, they were at the end of touring with Magic Giant. During the interview the band mentioned new songs would be coming “soon.” Well, soon has arrived! The band released two new singles, “SAD (Clap Your Hands)” and “Scatterbrain,” on September 28th and a music video for the former on October 1st. Before the song’s release date, Young Rising Sons teased the new tracks by posting haunting photos of members adorned with smiley face masks, which also becomes the preface for the “SAD (Clap Your Hands)” music video.


Martin Terry // Single

North Carolina based country artist Martin Terry is hitting the scene with his debut single “Our Love’s A Lie” on October 12, 2018. Having spent years perfecting his craft and penning heartfelt lyrics, Martin’s hard work has paid off.


Last Wild Lion // Feature Friday

Last Wild Lion are coming to you all the way from Edinburgh, Scotland. The band released their debut album at the end of last month and are preparing to play their very first show on November 24th. Their album, They’re Not Secrets Anymore, is a bold offering that builds a sturdy bridge between late 80’s synth pop and modern alt rock.


Tigers and Monkeys // Friday Feature

Have you ever found yourself lost in a day dream about giving up your 9 to 5 in order to pursue your wildest, most exhilarating and fulfilling dreams? Of course you have. We all have. In the case of Tigers and Monkeys, vocalist Shonali Bhowmik did just that. After leaving law school to purse a music career, Shonali has been in the music world for over a decade and is the lead vocalist for the NYC based rock band Tigers and Monkeys.


Cinders // Album Review

The second album from Salt Lake City’s six piece band Cinders, Looking Forward To Looking Back, is the perfect soundtrack for those nights that you find yourself staring up at the stars, reveling in the magic of it all. Looking Forward To Looking Back provides a rush of poppy melodies fueled by the kind of synth that you want to sing along to. Yeah, you know the kind.