Archive for March 12th, 2014

Eleven Bands Joining Warped Lineup

A ton of bands have been announced for this year’s Warped Tour so far. There are plenty of groups to get excited for, and there’s definitely some more coming our way in the future. For now, we have eleven new artists joining the tour. The one that I am most excited about is Fit For […]

New Found Glory And Steve Klein’s Attorney Comment On His Litigation

News broke today that New Found Glory‘s now-former guitarist, Steve Klein, is having charges brought against him on various felonies including possession of underage pornography. The internet has exploded with speculation, and now Klein’s former band and his attorney have made statements on the situation. The band’s was brief, but they explained that as soon […]

LIVE REVIEW: The Great American Cult Tour – Cleveland, OH 3/5/14 (Photos)

Opening night of the Great American Cult Tour took place in Cleveland, OH last week. As Bayside’s first headlining tour in some time, I was prepared for a fantastic show. I wasn’t disappointed. I asked local photographer Andy Wells to accompany me and his pictures from the show can be found below. The lineup: Ohio’s […]

VINYL REVIEW: Lyla Foy – ‘Mirrors The Sky’ (Loser Edition)

Artist: Lyla Foy Album: Mirrors The Sky Genre: Indie Pop, Dream Pop Release Date: March 18, 2014 I discovered Lyla Foy around the turn of this year after she had abandoned the WALL moniker and unveiled “Feather Tongue,” an excellent single that would promote her forthcoming release, Mirrors The Sky. The album didn’t even have […]

Seahaven Premiere New Song, “Love To Burn”

With the amount of great artists releasing new material in the next couple weeks, it would be easy for one to get lost in the shuffle. That said, here’s a bit of advice: Don’t overlook Seahaven. The California quartet’s sophomore album, Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only, is shaping up to one of the most […]

‘Smurfs 3′ Will Be A Completely Animated Franchise Reboot

Sony Pictures have announced that Smurfs 3 is not only being fast-tracked into production, but that it will be a completely animated adventure that reboots the entire franchise. That means no Neil Patrick Harris, no Hank Azaria, and absolutely no CGI. According to reports, the animated reboot of The Smurfs will feature entirely new environments […]

STREAM: The Intersphere – “Origin: Unknown”

The Intersphere are a progressive rock group hailing from the southwestern part of Germany. They will be releasing their fourth studio album, Relations In The Unseen, worldwide on March 18. I personally am not familiar with the band, but after hearing their single “Origin: Unknown” they earned themselves a new fan. This isn’t your typical […]

Circa Survive, Thursday To Contribute To Nirvana Tribute Album

In honor of the 15th anniversary of Nirvana’s In Utero and Robot Empire Records’ 100th release, the label will release a tribute album titled  In Utero: In Tribute: In Entirety. The release will include tracks recorded by Thursday, Jay Reatard, Whirr, Circa Survive and more. “It has been a privilege to introduce so many unique bands […]

LYRIC VIDEO: Foster The People – “Best Friend”

California natives Foster The People are set to release their sophomore album, Supermodel, next Tuesday, March 18. In addition to the album stream, which you can check out on iTunes, the band has also released a lyric video for the third single from Supermodel, titled “Your Best Friend.” You can watch the animated clip after […]

Jason Sudeikis May Be The New ‘Fletch’

There were a number of years in the mid 2000s where Hollywood was buzzing with rumors that Zach Braff would be filling Chevy Chase’s shoes in a reboot of the Fletch franchise. Those conversations eventually cooled around the time Scrubs went off the air, and as far as we were concerned so did the heat […]

Former New Found Glory Guitarist Steve Klein Arraigned On Multiple Felonies, Including Child Pornography

New Found Glory announced on Facebook December 12, 2013 that they had officially parted ways with guitarist and founding member Steve Klein. There had been rumors about the reason for the split ever since the announcement was made, but the band would only say that they no longer felt they could work together. Today, Idobi […]

Plini Shreds Through New Song, “Atlas”

Sydney, Australia-based experimental artist Plini has unleashed a brand new track entitled “Atlas” that you can stream as many times as you’d like directly after the jump. Following a few excellent EPs and one-off singles, Plini’s newest endeavor may possibly be his best yet. “Atlas” will appeal to fans of Scale The Summit, CHON, The […]