Archive for January 12th, 2015

LYRIC VIDEO: Sage Francis – “The Place She Feared Most”

Sage Francis‘ first album in four years, Copper Gone, was released through his label, Strange Famous Records, last June. Though the album has been out for a little over six months now, Francis is just now releasing a music video for the track “The Place She Feared Most.” It’s not just any old lyric video […]

A Skylit Drive, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Announce US Spring Tour

A Skylit Drive and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are going on a United States tour together this spring from March 12 until April 19. The two bands will be accompanied by Wolves At The Gate, ForTheWin, and Breaking Through. Traveling nationwide, the tour will hit areas like Hollywood, New Orleans, Brooklyn, and Orlando. In the […]

Live Bootleg Leaked Of 25-Year-Old Nirvana Concert

What a catch this is for super fans of Nirvana (myself included): a live bootleg of an early Nirvana concert has surfaced. The concert occurred on January 12, 1990 at the Satyricon in Portland, OR. Clocking in at 54 minutes, the set includes a vast aroma of songs off the band’s debut album, Bleach, as […]

Prepare For More Hype: Latest ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Trailer Emerges

A brand new, incredibly ominous trailer has arrived for Marvel’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron. It’s been several months since we got our first look at the upcoming summer blockbuster, and now fans can have just a little more to digest before the movie’s May 1 premiere. The new trailer is once again narrated by James […]

Ice Hockey Announce New EP, Stream “Solar Myths And Autumn”

Ice Hockey is a screamo band from the Quad Cities area of Illinois who just announced their signing to Texas Is Funny Records. The band has a new EP titled Wavefunction Collapse that is being released next month through the label. Wavefunction Collapse is being printed to a red cassette tape with gold lettering. “Solar […]

Fall Out Boy Stream New Song, “Uma Thurman”

Fall Out Boy will be releasing American Beauty/American Psycho on January 20 and have been streaming new tracks on what seems to be a weekly basis. With the release date a week away, we get at least one more glimpse into the album with “Uma Thurman.” Obviously named after the famous actress, the song itself […]

The Dillinger Escape Plan Release Live Music Video For “Prancer”

Bands typically release live performance music videos with the studio album audio dubbed over the video. The Dillinger Escape Plan, however, have changed things up in their new music video for “Prancer,” which comes off their latest Sumerian Records release, One Of Us Is The Killer. The music video was shot at three different locations […]

Somos To Drop Off Upcoming Dads Tour

Sometimes when you’re on the road for copious amounts of time, it can take a toll on not only your body but on your mentality as well. Somos have been nonstop touring since the release of their excellent debut album Temple of Plenty back in March, with tourmates including I Am The Avalanche, Modern Baseball, […]

Waxahatchee Announces New Album ‘Ivy Tripp,’ Streams Lead Single

Katie Crutchfield, known as Waxahatchee, has revealed her next album, titled Ivy Tripp. The followup to her fantastic sophomore release, Cerulean Salt, will be available on April 7. Listeners are given a taste of what is to come with the album’s lead single, “Air.” Cerulean Salt was one of my favorite releases of 2013, and […]

Make Do And Mend Share New Track, “Each Of Us”

After announcing details for their long-awaited followup to 2012’s Everything You Have Ever Loved, Make Do And Mend caught fans by surprise by announcing their new album Don’t Be Long, which will be released on February 24 via Stay Close, their own imprint on Rise Records. Coinciding with the announcement, they also streamed the title […]

Hit The Lights Announce New Album, ‘Summer Bones’

Hit The Lights are starting off 2015 with the release of their new record, Summer Bones. This Pure Noise Records band will be dropping their newest album on March 24, along with a new song and pre-orders this Thursday. Hit The Lights will be touring shortly with Motion City Soundtrack this month and again in the […]

Get Comfortable With You Blew It!’s “Bedside Manor”

Following our first taste of their upcoming Pioneer Of Nothing EP, Orlando, Florida’s You Blew It! have released an equally solid post-emo-whatever jam in “Bedside Manor.” Initially premiering over at VICE, “Bedside Manor” is especially poignant and reflective, two qualities inherent to the genre that have more than likely aided in the creation of all […]