Archive for April 14th, 2014

Green Day

Green Day Announce ‘Demolicious’ & Stream “State Of Shock”

There are tons of great releases that will be hitting local record store shelves this coming Saturday, April 19. That day is the date for this year’s Record Store Day, and thousands of people across the country are drafting lengthy lists of their “must have” choices this year. One group that will be releasing some […]

Scars Of Tomorrow

STREAM: Scars Of Tomorrow – “Questions”

Scars Of Tomorrow are a five piece metal outfit hailing from Portland, Oregon. They’ve been working on new music, and plan on releasing their yet to be named album through Artery Recordings later this year. Earlier today they premiered a brand new single which will be featured on that album. The song is titled “Questions,” […]


Watch ‘Record Selection’ With Zack From Superheaven (Daylight)

With a consistent YouTube presence, Run For Cover Records release constant clips featuring the scene’s favorite artists. In what has become one of my favorite series from their channel, the newest Record Selection features Zack Robbins, drummer for Superheaven (formerly known as Daylight). Given 50 dollars, Zack gets to traverse through Siren Records in Doylestown, […]


Antemasque Release Two New Tracks

In what has become a week of new material exploding onto the internet, Antemasque, The Mars Volta and Red Hot Chili Peppers supergroup, have released two new songs to add onto their continuing newly released material. Featuring Omar Rodríguez-López, Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Dave Elitch, and Flea, the band has been consistently releasing their erratic material all […]


First ‘Gone Girl’ Trailer Keeps Things Mysterious

The first trailer for David Fincher’s adaptation of Gone Girl has found its way online. Popping up a few short hours after the first poster was released, the initial trailer for Gone Girl is as alluring as it is confusing. Viewers learn up front that Nick Dunne’s (Ben Affleck) wife has gone missing on the […]


Pharrell Cries “Happy” Tears With Oprah And The Internet Explodes

As if you needed another reason to love Pharrell after watching his killer performance at Coachella this past weekend, a new video making the rounds online today proves the guy is as humble as they come. Pharrell recently sat down with Oprah to talk about life and his career in music, which has seen a […]


Netflix Reveals ‘Hemlock Grove’ Season 2 Release Date

The cool thing about Netflix and its programming efforts when compared to traditional television is that they have no need to worry about high numbers for any one program in order to guarantee viewer retention. They can appeal to niche markets as they please and take chances whenever they feel it’s worth the risk, which […]


Rest In Peace: FEARnet (2006-2014)

It’s a sad day for horror fans. FEARnet has been purchased by Comcast from its partners – Sony Pictures Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment – with the intention of folding the horror/thriller/sci-fi network into Comcast’s NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment division through its Chiller and SyFy networks. “NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment has acquired all remaining interests in FEARnet from […]

Save Face

Save Face Sign With Giant MKT, Announce EP ‘I Won’t Let This Take My Life’

New Jersey punk unit Save Face have inked a deal with Giant MKT and announced plans to release their EP, I Won’t Let This Take My Life on April 29. You can stream the first single, “Debt,” after the jump. Reminiscent of early Senses Fail and Saosin, Save Face mix fast-paced punk rock with elements of […]


Heartist Premiere Music Video For New Single “Pressure Point”

Heartist released their debut album, Nothing You Didn’t Deserve, back in 2012 via Roadrunner Records. Since then, the band has been on numerous tours with bands like Crown The Empire, Blessthefall, Killswitch Engage and many more. Now that some time has passed since the debut of their album, the band has taken some time to […]


LISTEN: Frameworks Release New Song “Familiar Haze”

Florida’s Frameworks will be releasing their highly-anticipated record Loom on April 29 via Topshelf Records, and the band has just released a new track called “Familiar Haze” over at Decibel Magazine. You can stream it after the jump. Frameworks have shown that they’re more than capable of bridging the gap between artsy hardcore and Topshelf-approved […]


Childish Gambino Hates His Record Label

Things have been weird with Childish Gambino since he started promoting his Sophomore album near the end of summer 2013. Between videos that play like movies, random singles, and late night tweet-sprees on everything from the assumption Dan Harmon hates him, to his label’s belief that his latest album was not meant for a winter […]