Archive for June 4th, 2013

Geoff Rickly Tweets About Being Robbed At Gunpoint

Apparently Geoff Rickly was robbed at gunpoint last night in New York. His phone and money were taken from him, but other than that he came out unscathed. You can read a tweet about the incident from Geoff by taking a look below the jump. He recently self released a mixtape, which is available on […]

ALBUM STREAM: City And Colour – ‘The Hurry And The Harm’

Still can’t decide if you want to buy City And Colour‘s album that just came out today, The Hurry And The Harm? Well you’re in luck! The album is available to stream in its entirety for free. You can check it out by taking a look below the jump. Mr. Dallas Green has a number […]

Tyler Daniel Bean (Ex-Ghosting) Premieres “I Was Wrong”

Following PropertyOfZack’s premiere of the music video for Ragged Claws’ “Maui” earlier today, yet another AbsoluteVoices exclusive has hit the internet, this time coming from our friends over at Absolute Punk. AP had the pleasure of teaming up with ex-Ghosting vocalist Tyler Daniel Bean to premiere a new song from the singer-songwriter entitled “I Was Wrong.” […]

The Dangerous Summer Release “Catholic Girls” Video

It seems releasing two big news items in one day is beginning to become a theme in music, and now we can add The Dangerous Summer to the list of those hoping it’s a marketing tactic that works. Following the announcement of their new album, Golden Record, The Dangerous Summer have released a music video […]

STREAM: Deniro Farrar – “The Reasons”

Deniro Farrar generated quite a bit of buzz this March with a mixtape called The Patriarch which featured a gripping combination of slick production and brutally honest lyricism. Yet only three months later the North Carolina rapper is back with a new single called “The Reasons.” The song comes from his recently announced album, The […]

Red Scare Tour Announce Second Batch of Summer Dates

Red Scare Industries, a punk label set up by Toby Jeg, have announced the second leg of their Red Scare Across America tour. The tour will consist of Masked Intruder, Elway, and Sam Russo but will also have certain dates with other Red Scare artists such as Brendan Kelly, Sundowner, and The Copyrights. Dates are posted after […]

Nine Inch Nails Are Confirmed To Debut “Came Back Haunted” On Thursday

Earlier today, we had heard wary reports of Nine Inch Nails releasing a new single on Thursday. They’ve now been confirmed with a name, time, and place. The song, “Came Back Haunted,” will be played on Los Angeles’ alternative station KROQ at 11:30 AM Pacific (so 2:30 PM Eastern). You can rest assured knowing that […]

Prodigy Releases “Y.N.T.” Video Featuring Domo Genesis

Summer is in the air, and with that in mind Prodigy has blessed the internet with a new single and video that’s perfect for cruising around with the window rolled down. “Y.N.T.,” which stands for Young And Thuggin, found its way online this afternoon complete with an official music video. The songs pairs prodigy with […]

PropertyOfZack Premiers Video For Ragged Claws’ “Maui”

In an AbsoluteVoices exclusive, PropertyOfZack has premiered the music video for Ragged Claws’ new song, “Maui.” The song is off the album Imagined Kings, which can still be had for free at their Bandcamp page. The album came out this past November. The band currently has no tour dates coming up, but when they do, […]

REVIEW: I Can See Mountains – Life on a Houseboat

Band: I Can See Mountains Album: Life on a Houseboat Label: Panic Records Genre: Indie/Pop-Punk What is there in Buffalo, New York? The Buffalo Sabres? My mom would argue “a whole lot of sadness and grey skies.” She’s probably right because she is indeed right about most things, but if you were to ask me […]

Scale The Summit

STREAM: Scale The Summit – “Narrow Salient”

Fans of progressive metal will rejoice upon hearing the news that Scale The Summit have partnered with our friends over at Absolute Punk to stream a new song off of their upcoming third album to be released on June 11 through Prosthetic Records, The Migration. Along with “Narrow Salient,” all of the songs that have […]

I Can See Mountains Premiere “Sweater Science”

Upstate New york rock outfit I Can See Mountain have released a video for their new song, “Sweater Science.” Taken from the forthcoming album Life On A Houseboat, which gets a digital release next Tuesday (June 11), the latest from I Can See Mountains further drives home the point this band is here to stay. […]