Archive for November 7th, 2013

get scared 2013

Get Scared Stream ‘Everyone’s Out To Get Me’

Get Scared are poised to release their forthcoming album, Everyone’s Out To Get Me, on November 11 via Fearless Records. To celebrate the release, which is just a few days away now, the group has put up their album to stream in its entirety. You can check out the first track of the album by […]

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Wayne Coyne Breaks Our Hearts, Announces Ke$ha Collaboration Is Cancelled

The world suffered a most grievous loss this day. I don’t know what it feels like to have Christmas cancelled, but I can’t imagine it feels much worse than this. You may remember that a collaborative album from The Flaming Lips and Ke$ha – who had previously come together on Lips album The Flaming Lips and […]

A-Day-To-Remember-2013

A Day To Remember Paid John Janick (Fueled By Ramen) $450,000 As Alleged Manager

A Day To Remember have been in many of our headlines over this last year. A lot of it has stemmed from their legal woes with their label, Victory Records. We learned not that long ago that the band would be able to release their album, Common Courtesy, but there hasn’t been a decision made […]

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Studio Ghibli Releases New Trailer For ‘The Tale of Princess Kaguya’

Isao Takahata may not be as prolific of a director as fellow Ghibli animator/auteur, Hayao Miyazaki, but he certainly has some hits under his belt — namely his ultra-depressing (but ultimately beautiful) WWII-era piece, Grave Of The Fireflies. That very same year (1988) Miyazaki released his iconic My Neighbor Totoro, and here we are 25 […]

Soundwave Festival Second Announcement

Soundwave Fest Adds A Slew Of New Bands To Lineup

Australia’s heavy music festival monolith, Soundwave, has made a huge line-up announcement for 2014 with an additional 38 bands being added to the already stacked line-up. Among the most notable acts added are Mastodon, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Suicide Silence, Panic! At The Disco and (for the very […]

Our Voices

Adam Lazzara Premieres Contribution to ‘Our Voices’ Via Fuse

Taking Back Sunday frontman Adam Lazzara premiered a solo track entitled “Because It Works” earlier today via Fuse. You can catch it in full at the bottom of this post. The song, which is uncharacteristically folk-based but no less catchy and enjoyable, will be featured on the Our Voices EP, a soon-to-be-released compilation from I […]

Conditions

Conditions Are Calling It Quits

The alternative rock quartet hailing from Richmond, Virginia, known as Conditions, have announced that they will be calling it quits as a band. The group has been together for nearly eight long years, and in that time released two full length albums and two EPs. The group did not disclose the full reason behind the […]

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WATCH: HRVRD – “We Never Shut Up About You”

HRVRD, one of the best bands making music right now, have released a wonderful video for the song “We Never Shut Up About You,” off of the stellar From The Bird’s Cage. There has been a serious lack of quality music videos as of late (with a few exceptions), so I was happy to experience […]

Set To Reflect

Set To Reflect Announce Release Date For Debut Album

The hardcore outfit known as Set To Reflect have announced that they will finally be releasing their debut full length album in 2014. The album is titled Artificial Sun, and it will be hitting stores January 14 via Standby Records. You can check out the artwork for the album by taking a look below. Over […]

Protest The Hero

WATCH: Protest The Hero – “Underbite”

Protest The Hero have released a music video for the song “Underbite,” off of the recently released album, Volition. For our review of the album, head here. As you might have guessed, the video is strange. To the tune of the song, you will experience puppets attending a show of beloved band Insert Name Here. […]

Say Lou Lou

Stream Say Lou Lou’s New Track “Beloved”

Australia-based (but Swedish-born) duo Say Lou Lou have just shared their second song in less than two weeks. While “Better in the Dark”  was a synth-pop track that made a name for itself and stood out from the rest of their catalogue, the new song, “Beloved,” dips those synths in a more glistening paint. A […]

Frank Turner

Watch Frank Turner Cover Joni Mitchell’s “River”

Frank Turner’s an adventurous man when it comes to covers, claiming to learn a new one for every city he and his band travel through on tour – or at least he tries. This time around he sat down for a Folk-O-Rama session in Columbia, MO to take on Joni Mitchell’s “River.” The folk/punk singer […]