Archive for May 5th, 2014

Gerard Way Signs To Warner Brothers Records, Launches Website With New Music Preview

Former My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way has (finally) formally announced his solo project. The singer launched his website today, along with a snippet of a new song. The focus will be on multimedia projects, including his visual art and comics. The website is a little bare-bones for the time being, but you can pre-order […]

Mimicking Birds Stream New Album, ‘EONS’

Mimicking Birds’ wonderful new LP, EONS, is streaming over at Stereogum. The band will release their sophomore LP on May 13 through Glacial Pace Records, a label run by Modest Mouse’s Isaac Brock. Following up on their 2010 debut, Mimicking Birds, the band has wonderfully expanded their soundscapes, bringing a higher essence of ambiance to […]

Brian Marquis Streams ‘Blood & Spirits’ In Full

Brian Marquis‘ first full length album as a solo artist, titled Blood & Spirits, will be hitting stores a little over a week from now, on May 13. Up until today, he had only released a few songs from the album, but not he has teamed up with Alternative Press to stream it in full. […]

EP Stream: Baths – ‘Ocean Death’

As Baths, electronic artist Will Wiesenfeld scored a number of rave reviews and new fans with last year’s full-length Obsidian. He returns a year later with a new, appropriately-titled EP in Ocean Death. Dank, propulsive electronic music like this – the title track calls to mind a number of Tri-Angle artists – merits that name. Anticon is selling Ocean Death as […]

Stream The Antlers’ Gorgeous New Track “Hotel”

The Antlers previously announced a new album, Familiars, which they will be touring in support later this summer. Recorded at the band’s Brooklyn studio and mixed by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Future Islands), the nine-track album will be dropping on June 17 via ANTI-Records. So far we’ve heard the slow, melancholic “Palace,” and today they’re sharing a new single for […]

ALBUM STREAM: The Black Keys – ‘Turn Blue’

On May 13, The Black Keys will release their eighth studio album, Turn Blue, via Nonesuch Records. A full album stream has now gone live one week early over at iTunes Radio. The 11-track album is produced by Danger Mouse and is written to explore “moods, textures and sounds” (according to drummer Patrick Carney). It’s […]

Dan Trapp Officially Parts Ways With Senses Fail

In response to a recent wave of speculation, over the weekend, Dan Trapp of Senses Fail confirmed via Instagram that he is no longer an active member of the four-piece, and instead will be focusing his time on the “pursuit of other musical ventures and projects.” You can view the drummer’s official statement by following […]

Rise Against Post Second Teaser For New Album

A couple weeks ago, Chicago punk rockers Rise Against announced that their next album will be released this year. While the teaser video that accompanied the announcement featured clips from their past work, today’s video is focused on the future. After the break, you can watch some studio footage set to a clip of a […]

Listen: Linkin Park’s New Single “Until It’s Gone”

Linkin Park has released a lyric video for their new track “Until It’s Gone.” The song comes from the band’s forthcoming album The Hunting Party. The band promises a more “visceral” approach on this album, but “Until It’s Gone” certainly sounds more like the anthemic, radio-ready rock we’d expect from a Linkin Park single in […]

Wild Ones Announce Tour Dates

Portland’s Wild Ones are heading out on tour this May through June. Their story up until this point is pretty tragic from blown eardrums to damaged lungs, but Wild Ones have prevailed through the worst to come out one of Topshelf Records’ best. They just released their latest record, Keep It Safe, on April 1 […]

Shabazz Palaces to Release New Album in July

Hip hop is about to change for the better. After almost three years, the fantastic rap duo known as Shabazz Palaces will release their sophomore album, entitled Lese Majesty, which is French for “injured majesty.” This will be the followup to their huge break out record, Black Up, which landed on the top releases of […]

Twenty One Pilots Announce Fall Headlining Tour

Good news for anyone who missed Twenty One Pilots on their current headlining run: They have announced even more tour dates for the fall as part of their Quiet is Violent world tour. The duo will kick off the run with two sold out shows Sept. 4 and 5 in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio. […]