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Stream WATERMEDOWN’s New EP, ‘Somewhere Sleepless’

One-man-band Jonny Mays, better known under his stage moniker WATERMEDOWN, has begun streaming his highly anticipated Equal Vision debut, Somewhere Sleepless. Give it a listen by following the jump below, and let us know what you think in the replies.

This November, Mays will hit the road alongside Man Overboard, A Loss For Words, and Northbound. If you’ d like to catch him live, a full list of dates can additionally be found below.

Somewhere Sleepless hits shelves today through Equal Vision Records–pick up a copy of your own here.

Kyle Florence

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Stream Day Wave’s Excellent Debut EP, ‘Headcase’

Day Wave has joined forces with THE FADER to begin streaming his highly anticipated debut EP, Headcase.

“In the fall of last year, I moved into a house in Oakland with the idea of starting a new musical project,” Day Wave mastermind Jackson Phillips told THE FADER. “I wanted to do something guitar-based, but I didn’t play guitar. So I bought a telecaster and learned to play along the way. After experimenting with recording through different tape decks (and listening to a lot of Joy Division), I started to find the sound that would eventually become Day Wave.”

We accidentally …

Dikembe 'Ledge'

Dikembe Stream New EP, ‘Ledge’

Gainesville, Florida’s Dikembe have partnered with Absolutepunk to begin streaming their highly anticipated new EP, Ledge.

A follow-up to last year’s Mediumship, the foursome’s latest offering is all at once expansive and reserved, drawing its staying power from calculated compositions and slow-building instrumentation. If you dig it, you can pick up your own copy here.

Stream Ledge below, and let us know if you’re a fan in the comments section.

Kyle Florence is a news and feature writer for Under The Gun Review. He is also a proud Wisconsinite, a dinosaur enthusiast, and a lover

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Foo Fighters Stream ‘Songs from the Laundry Room’

Over the weekend, Foo Fighters released Songs from the Laundry Room, a Record Store Day exclusive featuring two previously unreleased demos (“Alone + Easy Target,” “Big Me”), a killer Kim Wilde cover (“Kids in America”), and a previously unreleased track that predates the group’s 1995 debut (“Empty Handed”).

If you weren’t one of the lucky 1,500 who scored a copy of their own Saturday, today is your lucky day—you can now stream Songs from the Laundry Room, in full, by following the jump below. If you’re a fan, let us know in the comments section.

I Am King

I Am King Stream New EP

I Am King will be self-releasing their new EP, Solidarity, tomorrow via Bandcamp. As a treat for their fans, the band has decided to stream the album just a little bit early. You can give it a listen below.

Solidarity is an EP for fans of bands like Fit For A King, Serianna, It Lives, It Breathes and the like. If you like what you hear, the nine-track EP can be purchased through the group’s Bandcamp page.

Head North

Head North Stream New EP, ‘Bloodlines’

Head North are releasing a brand new EP in a couple of weeks, titled Bloodlines. As a treat for fans, the group has teamed up with Absolutepunk to premiere the EP a little early. You can also check it out below.

Bloodlines will officially be released March 26 via Bad Timing Records. Pre-orders are available for purchase via Limited Run.

If you want to check the band out live, Head North is currently on tour and will be on the road through the middle of May. For a full list of dates, head on over to their Facebook

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Stream Kingmaker’s Pulse-Pounding New EP, ‘The Cradle’

After two years of uncertainty, a string of lineup changes, and a killer At The Drive-In cover, Kingmaker have finally shared their highly anticipated EP, The Cradle. Stream it in full after the break, and share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

The Lake County five-piece will be on the road for the remainder of February, wreaking havoc alongside Left Behind and Knocked Loose. To view a full list of dates, head here.

Armed with a new vocalist and a devastating disposition, Kingmaker are just kicking off what is sure to be their …


Drug Church Stream New EP, ‘Swell’

Drug Church have joined forces with Brooklyn Vegan to begin streaming their newest EP, Swell, a day ahead of its official release. Give it a listen by following the jump below.

A follow-up to 2013’s Paul Walker, the outfit’s latest undertaking was produced by Jawbox frontman J. Robbins, and tiptoes through a variety of genres over the course of five gritty tracks. If you dig it, let us know in the replies, and pick up a pre-order here via No Sleep Records.

Presently, Drug Church have no live performances on the horizon, but this will likely change as …

Night Riots Howl

Stream Night Riots’ Outstanding New EP, ‘Howl’

California rock outfit Night Riots have teamed with Earmilk to begin streaming their highly anticipated EP, Howl. Check it out after the break.

A follow-up to 2013’s Hallowed Ground, Howl finds the Sumerian five-piece stretching their creative muscles with the help of producer Eric Palmquist (The Mars Volta). The opener, “Oh My Heart,” welcomes listeners with a wave of pulsating synth, only to be followed by the aptly titled “Contagious,” which swells to a sky-high hook that seems destined for mainstream greatness. “Break” plays out like a carefree Hot Fuss B-side, while “Follow You” seems to have …

The Black Dahlia Murder

The Black Dahlia Murder Stream New ‘Grind ‘Em All’ Covers EP

It’s widely known that The Black Dahlia Murder is a solidified death metal band with their music usually showcasing shredding metal riffs and devilish growls. But sometimes it’s cool to show versatility in changing your entire sound, proving that you don’t have to be stapled to one specific genre.

This is most certainly the case with TBDM’s newest release as they decided to go full punk rock with a covers EP entitled Grind ‘Em All. The release consists of three in-your-face punk rock renditions of songs from Left For Dead, Gyga, and Sedition.

Currently, the 7″ is sold out …


Seaway Stream ‘All in My Head’ EP

It should go without saying that some sort of new sound was expected when news first broke out about Seaway‘s signing to Pure Noise Records, but who would’ve thought it would be so damn catchy?

All in My Head won’t be officially released until tomorrow through the California-based label, but thanks to our friends at AbsolutePunk, the Canadian quintet’s new EP can now be streamed in full. Follow the jump to give it a listen and to get a look at the cities the group will be performing in while on the road with Four Year Strong, Transit, …

Man Overboard

Man Overboard Stream ‘Passing Ends’ EP

We’ve already had the chance to listen to “Stood Up” and “For Vince,” but thanks to Billboard, we can now listen to Man Overboard‘s Passing Ends EP in full.

It may have only been about a year and a half since the NJ group released their Heart Attack LP, but the maturity displayed on this new EP makes it seem like decades. With a production team of vocalist/bass player Nik Bruzzese on production duties and Will Yip behind the mixing, this EP is sure to whet the appetites of fans before Man O releases …