Tag Archives: compilation
Major League will also feature “Montreal” as a full-band effort on their upcoming album, which will be released via No Sleep Records.
For more music from Major League, purchase CD here.
And to see them live on tour, buy concert tickets here.
The song will be featured on No Sleep Records’ compilation release Comp For Mom. The compilation record will be released on August 5. You can stream the song on AbsolutePunk here.
Details have been announced about the upcoming compilation in honor of East Bay punk rockers Rancid. The album is already in the works, with at least 25 songs already in the mixing process and more to come. With varied acts such as Left Alone, Street Dogs, The Phenomenauts, Mustard Plug, Koffin Kats, Big D and the Kids Table, Deals Gone Bad, Kepi Ghoulie, Anti Flag, The Briggs, and Denver’s own Potato Pirates, this compilation certainly promises to be much better than most tribute albums that have been released in the past (rumor has it Hellcat might even have a hand in the project).
The compilation will also be released on vinyl, although complete details as far as the release date have not been announced. You can check out the website for the project here.
While Rancid isn’t currently touring, they did tour last year and graced the Riot Fest stages last Fall. You can purchase a CD here. You can buy concert tickets from each band’s website.
Check out the 29 bands in on the project so far and the tracks they are covering below as well as some music from the original East Bay punks below.
Mayday Parade has released a lyric video for their cover of “Comedown,” originally performed by Bush, for the upcoming Punk Goes 90s Volume 2 compilation.
You can watch the video after the jump.
Be sure to snag one of the Punks Goes 90s Volume 2 pre-order bundles, which are available now, here. If you pre-order the album on iTunes, you will receive Mayday Parade’s cover, as well as Asking Alexandria’s cover of “Closer,” originally by Nine Inch Nails, instantly.
The newest installment of the Punk Goes series is set to be released April 1.
Pre-orders for the upcoming Punk Goes 90s Volume 2 compilation are now available. There are six bundles available. Bundles range from digital and physical copies of the new album to limited edition vinyls and cassettes. Each bundle includes a Fearless Records sampler.
You can purchase a CD here. The album will be released in Europe on March 31, and in the states on April 1.
You can watch two lyric videos released from the compilation, “My Own Worst Enemy” by Get Scared and “Closer” by Asking Alexandria, below.
After confirming a greatest hits compilation album was going to be released in January of next year, former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way revealed the cover art and title for the upcoming album. The album will be titled May Death Never Stop You. Check out the artwork after the jump.
There’s been no information on pre-orders for the compilation yet, but their old material is still available to buy. You can purchase a CD here.
Everyone’s favorite cover album Punk Goes… will be releasing a holiday compilation, Punk Goes Christmas, on November 5. When this post gets 2500+ shares, Fearless Records will unveil the track list. The album follows fan favorites such as Punk Goes Pop and Punk Goes Acoustic. We are sure this will be everyone’s soundtrack this holiday season!
The Killers are currently streaming their new single, “Shot At Night.” The track is just one of many songs compiled into the band’s greatest hits album. The album, Direct Hits, is made up of songs from the band’s four studio albums, as well as some new material. Direct Hits will be released on the band’s 10th anniversary, November 11. Check out the track list below. You can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Stream the track after the jump.
Rise Against have released a music video for “Lanterns.” The single is part of the band’s Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000-2013 compilation. “Lanterns” was a bonus track on their sixth album, Endgame. Check out the video after the jump. You can purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here.
Franz Ferdinand premiered a new and disturbing music video for song “Evil Eye” off of their album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Actions. The compilation of morbid clips that remind you of an old school horror movie is not for the weak stomached. Watch the video after the jump.
You can purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.
To a new generation of Deadheads. The National has announced that they will be releasing a tribute album to the Grateful Dead sometime in 2014. Vampire Weekend, Bon Iver, Kurt Vile, and The War On Drugs are all signed up to take part in the compilation, which will donate proceeds to the AIDS non-profit, Red Hot Organization. You can purchase a CD from The National and buy concert tickets here.
Drumgasm (a compilation band by Matt Cameron, Janet Weiss, and Zack Hill, from Soundgarden, Wild Flag, and Hella, respectively) has released an album that is available for streaming here. You can also purchase an CD here. The band is not reported to be touring currently or in the near future.
A pop-up store honoring the work of The Clash is set to open in London next month. The new store, appropriately named The Black Market Clash, will mark the release of the remastered ‘Clash Hits Back’ compilation and the ‘Sound System’ box set, which contains all of the band’s studio albums. The pop-up will also display items from the Clash archive, including instruments, stage wear, rare memorabilia and original manuscripts.
The store will be open from September 7-22 at 75 Berwick St. in Soho. On September 6, the members of the band will be at the store for an exclusive launch event.
You can purchase a CD for The Clash here.
Hostage Calm have released a new compilation of live tracks and singles called Tonight, They Won’t Take Me Alive. The album is digital-only and was released through Bandcamp. Fans can select what they want to pay for the album and download it immediately. Stream the whole album here!
Purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.