You can stream a new song from The Attack called "Under The Gun." The track comes from their upcoming album, Under The Gun, which will release in 2014. In between their ongoing US tour with The Misfits, the band will being doing a string of US tour dates with The Business. Full dates are in the replies.
We recorded our EP back in April of this year. We experimented and wrote this EP for you guys. We listened to what you guys wanted and we tried our best to give you that in five very different songs. The issue we encountered with this EP was it lacked a promised deadline, sort of like our debut album, which took three years to release. We were supposed to release this EP twice, before two different tours. Once in the middle of the year and another in September. Then the real shit storm hit, our RV died in the middle of the Scream It Like You Mean It tour and our label told us they would no longer release our music. There was...
Three members of Quiet Out Loud have quit the band according to a blog post by ex-member Matt Lillie. I know what you're thinking, "who the fuck are these guys and why do I care?" Well, I'm with you ... I'm only posting it because someonethreatened to sue Zack for this same post and well, fuck that.
Then he proceeded to threaten me with physical violence while to claim everything as his own when the rest of the band including myself decided to go on with the show with a fill in. So that we didn’t hurt the bands reputation or let down fans. (picture below). Now last time I check a “good mature 28 year old man” doesn’t do this type of stuff. Also over the past few days he has proceeded...
The Rolling Stones favorite American food? Something they made up called "Hot Dogs on the Rocks." It's hot dogs, mashed potatoes, and baked beans. The recipe comes from a 1967 "scene-makers cook book" called Singers & Swingers in the Kitchen. A few things: first, yeah, it's the cold medicine and coffee mixture that led to me posting this, and two, we absolutely need a version of this for the current music world. I want to know all about Bieber's brats and Jesse Lacey's "Sic Transit Pulled Pork."
It's already almost Thanksgiving, where the hell did this year go? Well, as the year is winding down we're beginning to think of our favorite albums of 2013 and that means we're collecting lists from bands, staff, and industry folk to include in our yearly feature (related: our 2012 feature). If you're in a band, work for a label, or are involved in the industry -- we want to feature your favorite albums of the year in our end of the year database. We've made it super simple again this year: just email us your lists to this address and make sure you make it clear who the list is for (if you're in a band, is it a band list, or is it an individual band member list? If you work at a record...
Lyle McKeany, formerly of Pressure 4-5, has written a blog post about how expensive it can be to tour. The break-down of expenses is definitely on the high-end -- so it's not exactly your average band, but you get the idea.
Tenacious D sings the truth, touring is fuckin’ hard. It’s incredibly fun and gave me a lifetime of stories. But it’s not easy. Not only is it physically draining due to long hours and not enough sleep, but it is financially draining, as well.
Dylan, of course, was at the vanguard of the artistic wing of the Civil Rights movement, so it may seem impossible that anyone could accuse him of such a thing. But the Croatian group appears not to have appreciated comments made in Rolling Stone’s cover interview of Dylan from this September.
Today we're bringing you a song from The Rocket Summer's upcoming Christmas EP. The song is called "Grapevine Christmas Eve" and can be streamed in the replies. Basically, the idea behind the EP was that Bryce gave himself three days to write the songs - the record all of it himself in a little over a week and a half. Bryce commented to me that he's really proud of it and that it "couldn't sound further from my newer stuff," so be on the lookout for that next year. The EP comes out on December 3rd via all digital retailers. And the band will be playing two Christmas shows on December 18th in California, and December 20th in Dallas.
Boy, do we have a track premiere today that'll snap you out of the winter blues. In the replies, you can stream KDC's "Rutwaltz," a delicious slab of hardcore from the Buffalo three-piece that originated in Puerto Rico. The band's dynamic new album, The Veracity of Solitude, is available tomorrow December 3rd, but it is available to order now. If you're into Comeback Kid or Blacklisted, make sure you check this out immediately.
To celebrate tomorrow's release of the new Schematic (Dave Elkins of Mae) album, Color (n.) Inside The Lines, we've teamed up with Spartan Records to give away three copies of the album on limited edition double vinyl. There will be one winner for each variant - all you have to do is enter to win. For another treat, head to the contest page to hear a new song called "Hide & Seek" that we are premiering with the contest. Good luck and enjoy the track! Be sure to pick up the album tomorrow if you like what you hear.
In honor of Cyber Monday, No Sleep Records is giving 75% off all their digital releases on BandCamp with code CYBER13. That means Balance & Composure's The Things We Think We're Missing is $1.75, Sainthood Reps' Headswell is $1.25, and all the other goodness No Sleep releases for just about the same. Go give a great label your money.