Every Sunday night, 10pm to midnight, 95.5 KLAQ brings you two hours of the latest national rock releases and we shine the spotlight on local rock from the Borderland: Q-Connected.

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This week we'll hear from a band that's been around for nearly 3 decades: Skillet. They've been rocking since 1996 & to prove they're not slowing down, we have their new single "Surviving the Game" off of their upcoming 11th studio album Dominion, releasing January 14th, 2022. (You can check out the music video down below)

We'll also hear the return of Bring Me the Horizon: their last album (or rather, EP) come out a year ago & we'll hear the follow up in the Post Human series: "Die4U". We also have All Good Things who put out their long awaited debut album A Hope In Hell back in August, "The Comeback" that features Craig Mabbitt of Escape the Fate. We'll also hear new rock by Bullet For My Valentine, Mastodon, Black Label Society & much more.

And last but not least, we can't forget about the local rock. This week we're featuring Burning Sunday, The Dead Electrics, Melt Citizen, Man the Mute (who just put out their new video that you can check out HERE), Late Night Drive Home, Tasting Colors & a whole lot more.

If you're a local artist & you want to submit your music for the NEXT Q Connected, you can send your tunes in right HERE or send me an email: daniel.paulus@townsquaremedia.com

Join me for Q Connected every Sunday night 10pm to midnight, on 95.5 KLAQ.

A Walk Around The Old Glory Memorial In El Paso

The El Paso Old Glory Memorial has been a sight of remembering the veterans who have fought for this country since 2003. Here is a look around the Memorial including some of the plaques & donations you can find there.