Archive for July 9th, 2014

mixtapes

Mixtapes To Go On Hiatus Following Fest ’13

According to a post made earlier today on Mixtapes‘ official Facebook page, the Cincinnati foursome will soon be taking a break from music. The group was adamant that this upcoming hiatus was not spurred by a particular event or individual, but rather, “just because of life, and personal reasons.” Additionally, the outfit noted that Fest […]

Prawn

LISTEN: Prawn – “Glass, Irony”

“Let’s keep swimming.” Prawn have released another new track from their upcoming album, Kingfisher. The track, “Glass, Irony,” is an upbeat adventure of melody, pop, and crisp sound. Easily one of the band’s most energetic outings to date, “Glass, Irony” is a welcomed addition to any summer playlist, making the wait for Kingfisher all the […]

Suicide Silence

ALBUM STREAM: Suicide Silence – ‘You Can’t Stop Me’

Deathcore giants Suicide Silence have finally made their forthcoming full-length, You Can’t Stop Me, available to stream in its entirety. The first record to feature ex-All Shall Perish frontman Eddie Hermida is set to hit stores July 15 via Nuclear Blast, but pre-order options are still available here for those who want to go ahead […]

Terror

Terror Release Music Video For “Shot Of Reality”

Hardcore veterans Terror have released their new music video for “Shot Of Reality” over at AltPress. The video includes live and behind the scenes footage of the band’s recent tour. Terror released their newest record Live By The Code last year via Victory Records, their first for the label. The band is currently out on the 2014 […]

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ALBUM STREAM: Driver Friendly – ‘Unimagined Bridges’

Driver Friendly will be releasing their latest effort, Unimagined Bridges, next Tuesday, July 15, through Hopeless Records. Over the past few months, the Austin outfit has taunted us with a number of promising previews, and earlier today, delighted listeners everywhere by making the entire 11-track attempt available for streaming. Check it out after the break, […]

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Turnover Announce New 7″ ‘Blue Dream’

Virginia’s Turnover will be releasing a new 7″ titled Blue Dream in August via Broken Rim Records. The record will be pressed through Dogs Knight Productions in the UK. The band released a track called “I Would Hate You If I Could” via four-way split with Such Gold, Fenix TX, and Maker on Broken Rim Records […]

Trioscapes

Trioscapes Announce Sophomore Album, Stream “Stab Wounds”

A progressive fusion trio, aptly named Trioscapes, was first formed in 2011 by bassist Dan Briggs of Between the Buried and Me, and initially intended to be a one-time musical venture. After teaming up with Walter Fancourt (Casual Curious, Brand New Life) and Matt Lynch (Eyris), the guys found the project was too enjoyable to […]

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Weezer Say That Their New Album Sounds Like ‘Blue Album’ Meets ‘Pinkerton’

As you may know, Weezer is releasing a new record in September called Everything Will Be Alright In The End. For a large portion of the band’s fan base, the excitement that accompanies a new album announcement is almost always shaded in the possibility of being let down once again. However, things are a little […]

Our Last Night

Our Last Night Release Cover Of “Bye Bye Bye” (NSYNC)

Our Last Night recently announced that they were releasing a brand new cover song. They did not tell fans what the song was, so we had to wait until it was released. Luckily that time has come, and the song itself was not only a pleasant surprise but they included another previously undisclosed bonus. The […]

The Word Alive

The Word Alive Reveal Music Video For “Lighthouse”

The Word Alive have unleashed a brand new music video for their single “Lighthouse,” which is taken from their recently released album Real. The video is available to watch right below the break. Many of the songs TWA have released have a specific meaning behind them. “Lighthouse” is meant to be an uplifting message, and […]

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Beck’s ‘Song Reader’ Finally Gets an Album… and Every Cool Musician Is On It

Back in 2012, Beck put out Song Reader. It was his first set of new solo songs since 2008′s Modern Guilt, a whopping 20 tracks long, and… only sheet music? He created an album that he wanted fans to create themselves, giving everyone the lyrics and sheet music (tempo and notes included) to find out what the […]

Whirr Sway

Whirr Announce New Album, Share “Mumble”

Nick Bassett is a busy guy. After leaving Deafheaven to play bass in Nothing, he later started a new shoegaze project called Whirr and, throughout all of this, toured. Now Whirr is releasing their second full-length, Sway. The LP, which was recorded by Sunbather producer Jack Shirley, drops September 23 via Graveface and can be pre-ordered here. […]