Archive for April 24th, 2012

Hawthorne Heights Reveal New EP, Announce Headlining Tour

Ohio rock outfit Hawthorne Heights have revealed plans for a brand new EP. The band will be releasing Hope on June 5 via Cardboard Empire Records. The new EP will be the second installment in the bands concept trilogy project following last year’s release Hate. In addition to the plans for a summer EP release, […]

Track by Track: For the Foxes – The Revolution

Our friends over at Property of Zack recently sat down with the band For the Foxes to talk to them about their new EP The Revolution, and came up with a really cool track by track. The new EP is out now on Hopeless records, and you can pick that up here. You can check […]

LYRIC VIDEO: Carridale – “Dragging the Coast”

Our friends over at Property of Zack premiered Alabama pop-punk band Carridale’s new lyric video for their song “Dragging the Coast” which comes off of their new EP The Wandering. The Wandering comes out on May 1st on Bandcamp, and you can pre-order it here. Carridale is still relatively new to the scene, but they […]

History Lesson

MUSIC HISTORY CLASS – McCartney and Lennon Meet

On this day in 1976, a reunion six years in the making took place; no, not a musical reunion, but rather a personal reunion. Six years after the The Beatles posthumously released what would be their last album, Let It Be,  Paul McCartney and his wife, Linda, visited John Lennon at Lennon’s apartment in New […]

REVIEW: Citizen / Turnover – Split

Artist: Citizen / Turnover Album: Split Genre: Punk Label: Run For Cover Records Splits are generally short so let’s keep this brief. There’s an excessive amount of bands within the pop-punk scene, all of which are trying to copy one band or another (being from the Philadelphia scene 95% of the bands are trying to sound […]

STREAM: Create Avoid – Never Again

California metalcore outfit Create Avoid have released a brand new track entitled “Never Again”. The new track comes off of the bands upcoming EP release Pastime, recorded at the popular Panda Studios with producer Sam Pura. The new 7-inch record will be released on May 22 via Pure Noise Records. Pre-order packages for the upcoming […]

STREAM: He Is We – “L-L-Love”

He is We has been a busy pair over the past year. After releasing their debut full length My Forever and the Skip to the Good Part EP, the band set on the road and has been touring nearly nonstop since. They haven’t stopped either. The band is still out on the road for a spring tour, starting […]

STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Purity Ring – Odebear

Pop duo Purity Ring are currently streaming “Odebear”, the first full song from their forthcoming full-length Shrines which is due to drop July 24 via 4AD and Last Gang. You can stream this track and download it for free on the band’s website! We’ll be expecting some remixes in no time. Let us know what […]

Craig Owens Announces First Musician Supporting Solo Tour

Starting today, Craig Owens will be announcing his 3 supporting acts for his solo tour on the tuesday of the next few weeks. This is the largest solo tour from the Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows vocalist to date and the support is enough to bring you to the show nearest you. Today’s announced artist […]

STREAM: Architects – Alpha Omega

Hailing all the way from the UK, the group of men known as Architects have recently revealed a single off their upcoming full length, Daybreaker, which is currently set to be released May 28th in the UK & Europe and June 5th in the USA. This will be their 3rd full length released while signed […]

Childish Gambino Performs Four New Songs In LA

You are all in for a real treat right now because Childish Gambino has released footage of four brand new songs and can be seen right here! Donald put on a secret show last night in Los Angeles and was filmed performing “The Switch,” “We Ain’t Them,” “We Flexin’” and “Make ’em Mad.” These songs […]

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Looks More Badass Than Ever In The New “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” Trailer

The latest trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation is here. I’ll admit the first G.I. Joe film did very VERY little for me. The action was great, I guess, but any modern director with an aesthetic for after effects can make a shitty script cool so having awesome effects does nothing to move my overall judgment. […]