Hit up Vevo to stream Finch's new song "Two Guns to the Temple." The song comes from the band's new album Back to Oblivion, which will be out September 30th.
01. Back To Oblivion
02. Anywhere But Here
03. Further From the Few
04. Murder Me
05. Picasso Trigger
06. Play Dead
07. Two Guns To the Temple
08. The Great Divide
09. Us vs. Them
12. New Wave
From Indian Lakes have premiered their new song, "Ghosts" over on The A.V. Club, it's also in the replies. The track is from their new album, Absent Sounds, which will be released on October 7th via Triple Crown Records.
Three weeks after the release of Morrissey's World Peace Is None Of Your Business (#2 UK, #14 US), Capitol Records/Harvest have ended their relationship with Morrissey, as directed by label boss Steve Barnett. Morrissey is once again in search of a record label.
Due to some scheduling conflicts we missed our regular recording date for this week's episode of the AbsolutePunk Podcast. However, we buckled down and got it all recorded and edited today instead. Topics discussed in this episode include: As we get older do we fall into the trap of just listening to the group of bands we've been listening to for years? How do we feel about the new New Found Glory song and announcements? Just why did all that information leak early? Ditto for Yellowcard. And speaking of Yellowcard, how do we feel about their announced tour with Memphis May Fire? We talk a little about the blog post I wrote earlier in the week and finish up the discussion talking about...
On January 15, 2009, we met and soon after preformed our first show with just Lucas, Chad, and a laptop. Since then, the adventures and people we’ve met changed our lives forever. Without all of you we couldn’t have achieved any of our dreams as a band, a family of brothers. Just over five years later though, like all great things, our journey is coming to an end.
It wasn’t an easy decision by any means, and there is absolutely no bad blood between any of us. If anything we’re close than ever and we can’t wait to go out with a bang at our last show coming up in September. Look out for any announcements about that.
"As we look to people’s changing habits and changing attention spans and watch people on their iPod listening to half a song and forwarding on to the next one we sort of came to the conclusion that maybe it was time to rethink why songs are the way they were." The format, called QuickHitz, uses songs provided by Vancouver-based SparkNet Communications.
Cross Check is a five piece pop punk band from Fishkill, New York. Today we're excited to stream their latest single, "You're Killing Me, Smalls." Check that out in the replies and if you like it, you can download it for free on their bandcamp.
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