Archive for March 11th, 2010


“We wanted to give something to the fans, but didn’t want to stray too far of course from our previous albums. Something that we knew people would enjoy and something that would compliment the rest of our catalog.”
– Danny Stevens (vox)

Fun have signed to Hassle Records in the UK

Friends VS Records will be releasing the first single, Walking The Dog, as a limited edition 7″ on March 29th.

Coheed and Cambria’s new video for ‘The Broken’

‘The Broken’

The Ataris Full Set

Check out the full set from The Ataris

iwrestledabearonce Embark On North American Tour

The “See You In Shell” rescheduled shoot took place at Greene Street in Greensboro, NC and a bunch of insane folks showed up and got completely annihilated with 40 gallons of fake blood/vomit!

Sea Shepherd and Zoli Teglas Organize Lunchtime Protest

SEA SHEPHERD, the subject of ANIMAL PLANET’S hit show, WHALE WARS, inspired the team behind Oscar-winning documentary film, THE COVE, to orchestrate what the New York Times describes as “a covert operation to ferret out what the authorities say is illegal whale meat at one of this town’s most highly regarded sushi destinations.”


AND HELL FOLLOWED WITH have completed work on their upcoming new album, PROPRIOCEPTION, produced by Josh Wichman and due out later this year via EARACHE RECORDS.

Dangerbird Records Sign HOT HOT HEAT

“When we heard the new record, we wanted them to be part of our gang. When we talked to them, and heard the determination and clarity of purpose in their voices, we had to have them.” – Jeff Castelaz (DR)

Close Your Eyes Premiere New Video

“Our goal was just to put as much energy and passion into the video as possible,” says CLOSE YOUR EYES guitarist/vocalist, Brett Callaway.

Jaicko Readies Major Label Debut

Jaicko first introduced his Carribean-infused, soulful sound on his breakout track, “Oh Yeah,” and now he’s serving it up on his new single “Fast Forward (FFWD).”

Review: Aiden – From Hell…With Love

From Hell…With Love is not as much a concert dvd as it is proof that real punk still exists and thrives.

Review: Enter Shikari – Tribalism

Though their limited discography is impressive, it seems a bit early to be reaching for the cutting room floor.