Nebraska's No Tide have announced their new EP, Daydream, which will be released on June 3rd. Take a listen to a new track titled "Where We Went Wrong" in the replies. If you like what you hear, pre-orders are available from Take This To Heart Records. The promising, young pop punk act brings to mind the likes of Saves the Day and The Story So Far.
Dr. Manhattan has returned! We spent some time talking with the band about what their plans are for the future -- hit the replies to see our conversation and watch a video announcement that only these guys could make. Welcome back boys.
Northbound started in 2012 as the solo project of Jonathon Fraser of hardcore act Sleep Patterns. Death Of A Slug releases today, featuring 5 full band tracks and 5 acoustic tracks mastered by Mat Kerekes of Citizen. Hit the replies to hear the whole thing.
Unconditional Arms began as a solo endeavor from The American Scene guitarist Jeffrey Wright, but for the new Virtue Circle 7", the project has been expanded to a full band. You can stream the EP in the replies and pre-order the vinyl from Giant MKT. If you're a fan of instrumental post-rock, you won't want to miss this.
We're hosting the premiere of Versus the World 's music video for "We Were Alive" in the replies. The Santa Barbara punk group features Lagwagon guitarist Chris Flippin and former The Ataris bassist Mike Davenport. Their sophomore album, Drink. Sing. Live. Love., is available now on Viking Funeral Records.
Stepfriends are a band out of Buffalo, NY that have a sound that contains influences of bands like Circa Survive, Armor For Sleep, and more. To give you a sample of what their upcoming full length sounds like, we are premiering a three song preview. Hit the replies to check it out. All We've Got will release in late spring/early summer.
All the way from Pittsburgh, Instead Of Sleeping have shared the stage with everyone from fun. to The Dear Hunter to The Fall of Troy. Today, we are excited to premiere a new song called "Insatiable." Check out out in the replies. Young Lungs releases May 28th and was produced by Marc McClusky (Weezer, Bad Religion, letlive).
Connecticut quartet Patch Kit was forged from the ashes of former Unsigned Spotlight act The New & Very Welcome. The introspective, female-fronted group brings to mind the likes of Rainer Maria and Lemuria. Head to stream a new song titled "Sleeping With Socks On." Their debut EP, I Think I'm Going To Throw Up, will be available next month digitally and on cassette via Broken World Media (run by Derrick of The World Is...).
Hawthorne Heights will release The Silence In Black And White (Acoustic) in celebration of the album's 10 year anniversary. It'll will be out April 15th digitally, the CD will be released on May 20th, and a vinyl release will follow on July 1st -- all via InVogue Records -- you can pre-order the album now. Also, we're premiering the acoustic rendition of the band's biggest hit "Ohio Is For Lovers," which you can stream in the replies.
I'm very excited to premiere a new track from pop-punk up-and-comers Firestarter. "Woodlawn" is the second single from the band's upcoming EP Forget The Past which is set for release on May 13th and available for pre-order. The Albany, NY outfit has been hustling since its inception in 2012 with relentless touring which has been building the band a strong underground fanbase. Listen to "Woodlawn" in the replies.
We're super excited to announce that Handguns will release their new album, Life Lessons, on July 8th via Pure Noise Records. The band's new single, "Heart Vs. Head," can be found in the replies with the album artwork and the band's upcoming tour dates with All Time Low. If you dig the track, be sure to go and purchase it off iTunes.
02) Sleep Deprived
03) Highway Robbery
04) Heart vs. Head
05) I Can't Relate
06) The Loved Ones Who Hate Us
08) Give and Take
09) Waiting for Your Ghost
10) New Years Resolution
Check out a new song titled "Through The Fire" from Michigan alt-rock band Signals. It's a stripped down re-imagining of the track, which initially appeared on the band's self-titled EP earlier this year. If you dig the sounds of Mae or Copeland, then give this a listen in the replies.