Archive for May 21st, 2014

Video Of The Week: Body Count Kill Haters In “Talk Shit, Get Shot”

Ice-T is my spirit animal. If there was ever any doubt the return of Body Count would usher in a new age for violent heavy metal, those fears and concerns can now be put to rest because the band’s latest video wastes no time bring back the gritty imagery that first helped them rise to […]

Handguns Stream New Song “Sleep Deprived”

Handguns have released a new song from their upcoming record Life Lessons called “Sleep Deprived.” You can check it out after the jump. Listening to the new track, it’s apparent that the band went through a few lineup changes following the release of their 2012 debut record Angst. The change isn’t necessarily a bad thing, […]

Have Mercy Sign To Hopeless Records, Announce Fall 2014 Release For LP2

Hopeless Records has been making excellent signing decisions for the better part of the past year, but they might have just outdone themselves today. The label announced that they’ve picked up Maryland’s Have Mercy, and will be releasing their second LP this fall. For those of you that missed it, Have Mercy released their excellent debut […]

Sinai Vessel Sign To Flannel Gurl Records

North Carolinian emo trio Sinai Vessel have officially signed to Flannel Gurl Records and now share a label home with a range of fantastic artists including Dads, The Caution Children, and CityCop. To celebrate the signing, Flannel Gurl will be re-releasing the band’s most recent effort, Profanity, on 500 copies of limited edition vinyl. Furthermore, […]

Pearl Jam Announce Fall U.S. Tour

Pearl Jam have announced a short run of fall U.S. tour dates surrounding their previously announced headline gigs at the Austin City Limits Festival in October. This leg will see the band hitting up the Midwestern States, beginning in Cincinnati on October 1 and concluding in Denver on October 22. Pearl Jam continues to tour […]

RiFF RAFF Shows How To Be The Man In New Music Video

After teasing fans with behind-the-scenes footage of a music video seemingly ages ago, RiFF RAFF has teamed up with MySpace to premiere a brand new Versace music video for “How to Be the Man.” The video is fitting for the rap game’s Neon Icon as it finds him surrounded by models in neon swimsuits, tripped […]

Allison Weiss Unveils New Track Off ‘Remember When’

Earlier today, Allison Weiss teamed up with Refinery29 to debut “Giving Up,” a new track from her forthcoming EP, Remember When, which hits shelves July 22 via No Sleep Records. Check out the spunky tune here, and let us know what you think in the replies. On this latest offering, her first since Say What […]

‘Magic In The Moonlight’ Trailer: Woody Allen Knows What His Fans Want To See

After months of promotion and only a handful of stills, the first trailer for Woody Allen’s Magic In The Moonlight has been made available ahead of the film’s July 25 release. Colin Firth stars as a world famous magician that makes a living on the side by debunking mystics, gypsies, and all others who attempt […]

Watch Miley Cyrus Cover The Smiths’ “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”

Miley Cyrus has been making headlines on her ‘Bangerz’ tour for all sorts of reasons: getting pelted with bras, crying over her dead dog, singing with The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne, and, thankfully, a slew of classic covers. Joining the list of songs she’s performed live on this round is now The Smiths‘ staple “There […]

Stickup Kid And Seaway Announce National Tour With Candy Hearts And Driver Friendly

Mark your calendars, because one of this Summer’s most fun pop-punk tours was just announced. Stickup Kid and Seaway will be co-headlining a national tour this July and August with support from Candy Hearts and Driver Friendly. Candy Hearts and Driver Friendly will be releasing their new records, All The Ways You Let Me Down […]

Stream BANKS’ New Song “Drowning”

Los Angeles singer-songwriter BANKS drops her debut album, Goddess, September 8, but today we get to preview what’s to come on that release. BANKS has shared “Drowning,” a new track produced by Al Shux. It played on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show as a Hottest Record and immediately set the stage with dark, industrial backbeats and a […]

Say Anything Release “Hebrews” Featuring The Front Bottoms Singer

To Max Bemis’s credit, he’s never released the same album twice. We’ve had a taste of Say Anything‘s upcoming record Hebrews in the form of the first two songs released, and if it wasn’t already apparent that the album is going to be a weird one, the title track screams it loud and clear. The […]