Bring Me The Horizon have released a music video for their song, “Avalanche.” Over the years, they’ve become one of those bands with such an incredible live performance that you have to More »
If there’s one thing people should take away from A Boy Named John’s latest album, So We Live | So We Die, it is that the New Jersey group are capable of More »
The year of 2016 continues to shine in the growth of nostalgia, album releases and absolutely fantastic tours. Pop punk favorites The Spill Canvas have just announced a huge headlining tour starting this More »
That exciting new project Craig Owens hinted at fairly recently may be hitting the airwaves sooner than expected. According to Owens, the work is just about done. On Instagram, he posted a More »
After some radio silence, Death Spells will be back on everyone’s radar. The electronic hardcore project featuring Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance, FrnkIero andthe Cellebration) and James Dewees (Reggie And The Full More »
blink-182 are heading into their biggest year of all, with the release of California coming in July with a new lineup , the legends surprise us once again. Releasing the single “Bored More »
With just under a month away before the big show, Alternative Press are still not done making announcements about their awards show. This week will have even more surprises in store. According More »
After a bit of touring, the guys of Issues are resting up before their Vans Warped Tour stint this summer. Drummer Josh Manuel has taken the time to perfect his craft and More »
Dallas, Texas rock outfit, newhaven, released a music video for their song “Madame La Mort.” The track is off the band’s 2015 self-titled album.
The video is intense, to say the least. The track sounds like a mixture of Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens when they joined forces in “King For A Day.”
Heavy riffs followed by intense breakdowns grace listeners from the get-go, while a mixture of clean and heavy vocals keep the song pushing forward. Check out the video, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.
The band won their regional Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands competition, earning them a spot on the main stage at the Vans Warped Tour in Dallas. To hear more from newhaven, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here w hen they become available.
Yellowcard announced earlier this year that they were hitting the studio. Well, now they’ve released the first single off of their upcoming self-titled album, called “Rest In Peace.” The song is just what you’d expect from the band with the profound lyrics. No matter what, Yellowcard manages to bring a fresh breath of air into their music. You can listen to “Rest In Peace” after the jump!
The album is set to release on September 30th through Hopeless Records.
Bring Me The Horizon have released a music video for their song, “Avalanche.” Over the years, they’ve become one of those bands with such an incredible live performance that you have to catch. The video features clips of those live performances to showcase just how energetic their live shows really are.
The song is off of their latest album, That’s The Spirit. Be sure to check out the video after the jump and let us know what you think!
The Color Morale announced their new album, Desolate Divine, which will be released on August 19 through Fearless Records.
In anticipation of the release, the post-hardcore band began streaming the album’s lead single, “Walls.”
The mesmerising song isn’t as loud and raspy as the band’s older music. The song talks about battling with one’s own demons with lyrics: “I built these walls to keep the outside world from me, and I’ll fight to stay in the hell of my own mind it’s safer on the inside.”
Stream the song, along with the album’s cover art, below, and let us know what you think in the comments section.
The band will be playing the entire Vans Warped Tour this summer. To see them live at the one and only punk-rock summer camp, you can buy concert tickets here. To hear more from The Color Morale, you can purchase a CD here.
There’s no better way to start off your weekend than being introduced to some new tunes! And that’s exactly what we have for you today.
Hailing from Ottawa, Ontario, dubé is a band of brothers gearing up to release their brand new EP OK on July 1st. “Bittersweet,” the second single from the forthcoming EP, is angsty and aggressive, while maintaining a level of maturity found in only the most seasoned vets. And when you discover they are all still only in their teens, their delivery and performance become even more impressive.
You can check out “Bittersweet” after the jump and let us know what you think of this track in the comments!
OK will be available everywhere next Friday, July 1st. If you like what you hear, be sure to purchase a CD when the EP is released.
dubé will be playing at the Ottawa Bluesfest on July 16th. To see them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
If there’s one thing people should take away from A Boy Named John’s latest album, So We Live | So We Die, it is that the New Jersey group are capable of far more than they are given credit for.
The quaint town of Parsippany didn’t know what was is store for them when the emo-tinged, alternative punk-rockers joined forces with a little motivation from their middle school band instructor, John SanGiovanni.
Coleman Hell is a singer, songwriter, and producer, who has just released a new single titled “Flowerchild.” It’s pop track with electronic elements and his smooth voice accompanies catchy lyrics that will leave the song stuck in your head for days.
The Toronto, Ontario native went on his first U.S. tour throughout March and April after finishing 2015 with a string of festival dates in the U.S. and Canada. He joined the Canadian leg of Twenty One Pilot’s spring tour as a supporting act.
You can listen to the track after the jump. Let us know your thoughts by commenting below!
The year of 2016 continues to shine in the growth of nostalgia, album releases and absolutely fantastic tours. Pop punk favorites The Spill Canvas have just announced a huge headlining tour starting this upcoming fall that will be hitting the west coast, the deep south and Midwest. Coming off of touring alongside The Motion City Soundtrack on their farewell tour, The Spill Canvas will be presenting a very special show entitled Requestour, where fans will have the chance to vote on what songs will be included in the set lists each night of tour.
This special tour will kick off September 14th in Greeley, Colorado at Moxi and will travel to various states before ending in October in Des Moines, Iowa. Tickets will be on sale Friday, June 24th at 12pm with a special VIP presale option beginning Thursday, June 23rd via the tour’s website here.
That exciting new project Craig Owens hinted at fairly recently may be hitting the airwaves sooner than expected. According to Owens, the work is just about done.
On Instagram, he posted a shot of himself playing some basketball before a recording session. The caption stated it was “time to finish this new album,” so it is a safe bet that the project is wrapped up at this point. Given Owens’ talents and prior success, whatever he is cooking up will definitely be worth a listen! Check out his Instagram post after the jump.
PVRIS recently stopped by the Firefly Music Festival, doing some serious work and putting on one of the festival’s most talked about sets. In addition to their scheduled set, they offered a stripped-down performance for some fans.
The group went by the SPIN stage to play a stripped-down, alternate version of “You And I,” their latest single from White Noise‘s reissue. It is a truly emotional and strong performance from vocalist Lynn Gunn. Check it out after the jump!
After some radio silence, Death Spells will be back on everyone’s radar. The electronic hardcore project featuring Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance, FrnkIero andthe Cellebration) and James Dewees (Reggie And The Full Effect) will be releasing plenty of cool stuff this summer.
In addition to announcing some touring in Europe and the U.S., the group promised on Instagram that a new album will be dropping in July. Exciting stuff! Check out their Instagram post after the jump!
You can purchase a concert ticket here!
Fall tours just keep coming. In addition to announcing plans for a tour in their homeland of Canada, Simple Plan are adding some more dates to their calendar.
Simple Plan will be hitting the United States for a brief run in October. Joining them will be Hit The Lights and Story Untold. Tickets go on sale June 24 at 10 A.M., so act fast – these are some smaller venues. Check out SP’s Instagram post about the announcement after the jump!
Music is supposed to bring people together in many ways, and this was very apparent with the various tragedies that occurred in Orlando, Florida. From the fatal shooting of singer Christina Grimme to the mass shooting at Pulse, these victims were brought together in enjoying something they loved before their deaths, and the nation and music scene has taken a toll in their mourning.
Not only are victim’s families supporting the cause, many bands are putting proceeds towards the families and victims of the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub. Many artists spread their support over social media but some have gone the extra mile. Merch items from various bands have been created to sell and send the proceeds to the Pulse Victims Fund, to help those involved in the shooting, who have lost family members and loved ones and the entire LGBTQ community. Some of the artists supporting this cause include Beartooth, Crown The Empire,PVRIS, Panic! At The Disco, and Andy Black, who auctioned an item at a live show. Also, huge industry magazine, Alternative Press announced a shirt to benefit the Pulse Victims Fund and you can purchase one here or support TWLOHA and their efforts to give back to the community with their shirt here!
Check out the specific shirts below the jump from other bands that are available to purchase to support the cause:
twenty one pilots released a long-awaited song titled “Heathens.” The song is slow, eerie, and just like their previous radio hits.
“Heathens” is the first single off Suicide Squad: The Album. The soundtrack will be released on August 5 through Atlantic Records. The movie will hit theaters on the same day. Check out the new song, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.
The band’s fourth studio album, Blurryface, was released last May. The Fueled By Ramen release won a Billboard Music Award for Top Rock Album in 2016. To hear more from twenty one pilots, you can purchase a CD here.
The band are currently on the Emotional Roadshow World Tour. To see them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
Today, UK alternative band Tourists released their brand new single “Quiet Room.” This dreamy, synth-driven tune will definitely be one of your go-to summer jams! With a run time of just over six minutes, which includes a very interesting spoken word part around the three and half minute mark, you’re treated to a very complex song with strong vocals and fun, yet intriguing, instrumentals.
You can check out the full song after the jump!
Tourists will be playing shows throughout the summer, including their very first headliner on July 1st. To see them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
The band is currently working on their debut album, so be on the lookout for that! To hear more from Tourists, you can purchase their previously released music, as well as this brand new single, here.