Memphis May Fire has released a brand new song in the form of a music video, called “Stay The Course.” The track comes off the band’s upcoming deluxe version of their latest album, Unconditional, More »
Minnesota-based melodic hardcore band, Conveyer, have just signed to Victory Records. As the newest addition to the record label, the band are preparing to release their sophomore full-length album, When Given Time To Grow, More »
On Monday, July 6th, Jacksonville, FL rockers EverSay will be taking over our Instagram page for Warped Tour in their hometown! The band was recently announced as one of the winners of the More »
Family Force 5 announced today that they will be releasing a brand new album titled Time Still Stands, a compilation of remixes of six songs from their 2014 album Time Stands Still, as well as More »
Bullet For My Valentine are prime for a comeback and prepping to release their forthcoming album Venom. The effort, due August 14, has spurred two singles that pack a serious punch. The more More »
Today is a good day for the pop punk world! The Wonder Years announced that their new record No Closer To Heaven will (finally) be released on September 4th, via Hopeless Records. The cover, like many More »
Nine years later and it seems as though Brand New are finally sending out the lyric book found in their third full-length record, The Devil And God Are Raging Inside of Me. Don’t know More »
Usually rock and theatre only come together in musicals like Next To Normal or Spring Awakening, however, lead singer and pianist of Kalimur, Brett Steinberg is doing the opposite. He brings his theatre sensibility to alternative rock. This not only plays into his vocal technique, but also the way he interacts with a camera, as in Kalimur’s newest acoustic video, “Fighting For A Will.” Filmed and edited by, friend of the band, Victoria Stein, this video has a very amateur-like style, but, it works. The simplicity of the video exemplifies the way both Steinberg and Tyler Berkich (vocalist and bassist) perform. For Berkich, it’s as if no one is watching, he is completely in his element, singing along at different times to Steinberg’s lead vocals. However, Steinberg, being someone of the theatre, spends most of the video looking through the camera. It’s like he can see me as I watch the video and is singing to me. That’s a pretty amazing talent to have. The juxtaposition between these two performers is a beautiful and mesmerizing experience to witness.
Check it out for yourself below!
If you happen to live in Connecticut, YAY! You have five chances to see Kalimur this summer. You can buy concert tickets here.
Though they are only touring in their home state, you can listen to their music too by purchasing a CD here. Ghosts We Used To Know came out in April, but be sure to grab a copy to hear the non-acoustic version of “Fighting For A Will” (It’s the 4th song).
Memphis May Fire has released a brand new song in the form of a music video, called “Stay The Course.” The track comes off the band’s upcoming deluxe version of their latest album, Unconditional, which is set to release on July 17. They previously released a song from the deluxe album, “My Generation,” earlier in the summer.
“Stay The Course” is a song that tells it’s listeners to always keep pushing forward even when facing great adversity. The music video shows the band and a hooded figure walking through the desert. The song is hard-hitting and has all the aspects you’d expect from a Memphis May Fire track. With a nice groove and a meaningful message, “Stay The Course” is a song that will have old fans and new fans alike moving along. You can check out the music video for “Stay The Course” for yourself after the jump!
If you want to listen to more music from Memphis May Fire, you can purchase a CD here.
The band is playing on Vans Warped Tour all summer long! If you want to catch them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
Minnesota-based melodic hardcore band, Conveyer, have just signed to Victory Records. As the newest addition to the record label, the band are preparing to release their sophomore full-length album, When Given Time To Grow, on September 4 through Victory. Check out what the band is all about with a new song titled “Haven.”
The song gives a refreshing twist on hardcore music and proves that they’ve still got what it takes to stand along some of the scene’s top bands.
The band have over a handful of shows scheduled around the U.S. this summer alongside Strengthen What Remains, Comrades and Household. To hear more from Conveyer, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. You can check out band’s tour poster below the jump.
On Monday, July 6th, Jacksonville, FL rockers EverSay will be taking over our Instagram page for Warped Tour in their hometown! The band was recently announced as one of the winners of the Battle Of The Bands powered by Ernie Ball to play the Jacksonville date of Warped!
Be sure to follow our Instagram page here for all the behind the scenes fun!
To see EverSay live, or to attend any of the remaining Warped Tour dates, you can buy concert tickets here.
To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here.
Family Force 5 announced today that they will be releasing a brand new album titled Time Still Stands, a compilation of remixes of six songs from their 2014 album Time Stands Still, as well as two new songs.
According to their Facebook page, the band describes this new album as being “on an island drinking ice cold raspberry lemonade with a bunch of neon palm trees everywhere.” That’s quite the description if you ask me and knowing Family Force 5, that’s exactly what they’ll deliver.
You can check out the cover art and track listing after the jump, as well as the video for the song “This Is My Year (Matoma Remix),” one of the songs you’ll find on the new album.
Preorders are available now via iTunes and the album will be released on November 6th. If you preorder the album here, you will instantly receive “This Is My Year (Matoma Remix).”
Knuckle Puck have released a new track off their first full-length studio album Copacetic. The song is titled “True Contrite” and explores new sounds as the band begins to take their music in a new direction. You can stream the new song below the jump.
Copacetic is set to release on July 31st via Rise Records. The album will be released while the band is playing the Van’s Warped Tour, so stay tuned for that. To see the group live, you can buy concert tickets here or purchase a CD here.
Yesterday we told you that The Wonder Years had announced and revealed the cover art for their brand new album No Closer To Heaven, due out September 4th, via Hopeless Records.
Well last night midnight, the band released the video for the first single titled “Cardinals.” In the video, lead singer Dan “Soupy” Campbell is seen struggling to carry an unresponsive and dripping wet Mike Kennedy (the band’s drummer) down a street in a deserted suburban neighborhood. As the video progresses, you see the other members of the band in the background looking upon the situation. Towards the end, the camera angle changes, and you see Campbell is trying to get Kennedy to an ambulance. Unfortunately, the ambulance doesn’t stop and drives away without Kennedy. It’s some pretty intense and heartbreaking stuff, but isn’t that pretty much expected from The Wonder Years?
You can check out the video for yourself after the jump!
Along with the release of the new video and song, the band also made a ton of pre-order bundles available. Bundles can include everything from vinyl LPs, t-shirts, posters, shirts, and even notebooks. Check out all your options here.
To hear more from The Wonder Years, you can purchase a CD here.
The band is playing the entirety of this year’s Warped Tour, so to see them live (and hopefully they’ll play this song) you can buy concert tickets here.
Los Angeles, California pop rock band, Hey Violet, have announced the release of their debut EP, I Can Feel It. The album is set to release on July 17 via Hi or Hey Records. You can check out the album artwork below the jump.
Hey Violet will embark on a North American tour with 5 Seconds of Summer later this summer. You can check out a list of tour stops below the jump. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
After a lengthy three-year hiatus, Florida rock group Shinedown is back with a new single called “Cut The Cord,” which debuted on Billboard.com today. You can see the band’s video for the single below the jump.
Shinedown has yet to top their emotionally charged 2010 single “Second Chance,” but with this new rock stomper, the band’s appeal to angsty teens gets kicked up a few notches – not to mention that the repeated chants of “freedom la la la” add to the cult-like aspect of the tune.
The single is a first glimpse of what’s to come from the band’s fifth album, which will be released later this year.
90s music junkies and basement babes rejoice; Sleater-Kinney just announced additional US tour dates for this coming winter. After making the rounds in the US to accompany the release of their latest album, No Cities To Love, the band will return to New York and the Midwest this December. You can see their tweet announcing the additional leg of their tour below the jump.
New Yorkers should be especially pleased to see that the band will stop in their home state six times during December, playing everywhere from Brooklyn to Buffalo without repeating a single venue. Other notable shows this year include Sleater-Kinney’s sets at the Pitchfork Music Festival and the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City.
Breathe Carolina have announced a headlining tour, called the Anywhere But Home Tour! They’ll be hitting major cities around the United States from the end of July to mid-August. The band has been busy working on new music lately. They recently released a music video for their new single, “Anywhere But Home,” which is a very heavy EDM song that will surely get you up and moving. Feenixpawl and Apek will be joining the tour as support. You can check out the dates and tour poster after the jump!
If you want to listen to music from Breathe Carolina, you can purchase a CD here.
If you want to catch them on tour, you can buy concert tickets here.
Four Year Strong have announced a headlining tour! They will be hitting the road, making stops in cities around the U.S. and Canada, in continued support of their latest self-titled album which came out earlier this month. Defeater will be supporting the entire tour while Expire, Superheaven, Speak Low If You Speak Love, My Iron Lung and Elder Brother will be supporting the tour on select dates. You can check out the dates and tour poster after the jump!
If you want to listen to music from Four Year Strong, you can purchase a CD here.
If you want to catch the band on tour, you can buy concert tickets here.
Today is a good day for the pop punk world! The Wonder Years announced that their new record No Closer To Heaven will (finally) be released on September 4th, via Hopeless Records. The cover, like many of their past records, is visually stunning, but easily the most artsy of any of their releases.
You can check out the official announcement from the band, which includes the 13-song track listing, after the jump!
No Closer To Heaven will be available for pre-order starting TONIGHT at midnight/9 p.m. PST!
To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here.
The Wonder Years are playing all summer on Warped Tour! To see them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
Cloud Nothings and Wavves have teamed up for their collaborative full-length release, No Life For Me. Co-written by Wavves’ Nathan Williams and Dylan Baldi of the Cloud Nothings, the album was then produced by Williams’ brother Joel, who also doubles in Sweet Valley and Spirit Club. Wavves drummer, Brian Hill, and vocals from Spirit Club’s Andrew Caddick can also be heard on the production. Despite the initial announcement, Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmangli did not make an appearance on the record.
The entire record was dropped last night and can be heard in its entirety here.
Fans can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
Don’t know what I’m talking about? Well, back in 2006, the group released their album along with a lyric booklet that was filled with random photos rather than the words to their songs. As listeners neared the end of the book, the band left this comment: “Please send $1 to *address* for a complete copy of the lyrics.” However, dollars were sent and booklets were never received. This whole mess has long since been forgotten — until now?
Recently, pictures have been popping up on the Internet of fans apparently getting their lyric booklets in the mail along with a dollar bill and an ad for a cassette of the band’s 2005 demos. Brand New has yet to confirm if this whole scheme is the real deal, but the Internet is freaking out. Some think this is a giant prank while others are crossing their fingers in hopes that the group will break their silence and release a record. No one’s really sure what’s going on right now, but some brand new Brand New would be pretty dang cool.
Check out some photos of the booklets below and let us know what you think of this whole mess in the comments!
Fans can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
UPDATE #8: It’s been a few months and we still have no idea what Brand New is doing, but this time it seems that neither do they. In a recent interview with Rockzone, and his first in a while, Jesse Lacey mentioned that the band has yet to figure out whether they want to possibly (?) release this year and if so, what they will produce. Will the beloved, heart-wrenching quartet quit their teasing and embark on their infinite return with a full-length album or will they decide to spare their fans the anticipation and share their finished work on an EP? I don’t know. You don’t know. No one really knows, but people are trying to figure it out.
You can also take a look at a clip of Rockzone’s interview below along with all of the other madness that this band has inflicted upon devoted Brand New listeners everywhere.
(Originally published 4/8/15)
On May 27th our phones rang, informing us that Logan Fincher (Millennial’s Lead Guitarist) was in the emergency room with a brain bleed. The waiting game began with nurses coming in and out, telling us the next steps. Logan showed no fear until they told him he would be in ICU to await surgery a long ten days later. He only asked one question: “Am I going to be ok?”
It is times like these where it is hard to think positively, it feels much easier to fear the worst. We chose not to give in. Our goal was to go into the hospital and dream with him. Talk about everything we want to do, everything we want to accomplish. Collectively, we wanted to keep reaching for something more, not knowing what the surgery would bring the following day. Huddled together in his hospital room, we prayed for a miracle.