Today we're premiering Liferuiner's video for "H A R V E S T / F A M I N E." The pulse-pounding track is complemented by a video of equal intensity - utilizing quick cuts and lots of motion to keep the adrenaline pumping. Watch the video in the replies.
I'm delighted to announce that we are premiering "City Lights", the first track off Lame-O Records' The Hundred Acre Woods upcoming EP Cold In The Morning. Made for those who like their folk to know what punk is, The Hundred Acre Woods are one of the best young bands in PA today. In a double whammy of Christmas joy, we're also announcing pre-orders for the upcoming EP, so listen below and pre-order here! Now no-one can say I didn't get you all a Christmas present.
The holidays are just around the corner! To continue to get in the spirit, we are premiering The Orphan, The Poet's version of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." Check it out in the replies. The band is currently finishing out the year on the "Tis The Season" tour with Conditions and Lions Lions - dates for that are below, as well. Happy holidays!
We are premiering the official video for Doomtree's stellar “Team The Best Team” this morning. The video features footage from their DVD of the same name released last year (track can be found on No Kings). Starting immediately, Team The Best Team is available for streaming, renting, and downloading via the hip-hop collective's website. In the meantime, check out the video in the replies.
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.
If you're still trying to shake off yesterday's food coma, Vanna are here to help. The post-hardcore heavyweights will self-release a new 7" titled Preying/Purging on December 17. We're streaming the venomous A-side, "Preying," in the replies. The single is also available for pre-order.
We're back with another Waiting Room session, this time from Stray From The Path, who stopped by Panda Studios to perform the following: "False Flag", "Radio", and "Black Friday". You can pick up their fantastic new album Anonymoushere. You can also catch them on For Today's "Fight The Silence" U.S. headliner in early-2014. Check out the band's session in the replies.
It's been quite the year for Save Your Generation Records and they have one more hit for everyone before 2013 ends, as we have the latest song from Livingston, Michigan pop-punk outfit Hung Up, titled "Like A Dog." It's off the band's upcoming debut EP, A Mind's Way Away, which was recorded with Nick Diener of The Swellers. Check out the new song in the replies - the EP is also available to pre-order.
We're all pretty excited to hear what's next for Some Stranger. The combination of Tym (ex-Daytrader) and Daniel Danger worked wonders on their debut EP, but the new stuff should absolutely destroy the old. The guys are recording with Will Yip (Balance & Composure, Circa Survive, Off The Board) and Gary Cioffi (Transit, Misser) and have added a new drummer to the mix - hit the replies for a studio update that includes footage of Moe beating the living hell out of drums, Daniel playing with a beer bottle slide, and Tym dancing. Remember - nothing is tympossible.
Although it's late into November, you're going to want to roll down the windows and sing along to "Forty Five" from Vancouver's Ellesmere. Taking cues from many 90's So-Cal skate punk bands (If you were old enough to remember), the band plays its brand of pop-punk reminiscent of NOFX and others that would have been staples on Warped Tour. Their EP Bail City comes out Dec. 10th on Dying Scene Records. Listen to "Forty Five" in the replies and leave your thoughts.
We've got another female-fronted group for your ears. Today we're bringing you the U.S. premiere of a new song from Toronto pop-rock group Crystalyne. The band has made their presence known in Canada supporting some of the country's biggest acts including Carly Rae Jepsen, Marianas Trench, and Walk Off The Earth. Listen to "Anchor" in the replies or on the AP.net profile and let us know what you think. It's off of the band's new EP, The Remedy, which will be released next week on November 26th.
Doing a cover song is always a huge risk and when you're covering a sentimental iconic emo band like The Get Up Kids, you better make sure you do the song justice. Chicago's Farraday automatically has a unique advantage, utilizing the strong vocals of its powerful frontwoman, Aubyn. Listen to their cover of "Action & Action" in the replies which comes from A Tribute To The Get Up Kids coming out on Pacific Ridge Records.
Today we are proud to premiere the first EP release in the I SurrenderOur Voices collection. The first batch features four original songs from the likes of Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday), Anthony Raneri (Bayside), Chris Conley (Saves The Day), and Vinnie Caruana (I Am The Avalanche). You can stream the EP in the replies and if you dig what you hear, you can pre-order it on vinyl or iTunes. The label is also giving away a test pressing of the EP. If you order a copy from the I Surrender webstore, you’ll automatically be entered to win. Last day to enter is December 2nd and a winner will be chosen at randomly on December 3rd. Our Voices will be available on November 25th.
Aerolyn will be releasing their debut album, Revive, in just under a month's time on December 18th. Today, we are premiering their lyric video for single "Killer." Check it out in the replies. Fans of bands like Sleeping With Sirens and Secret & Whisper should enjoy this one.
Everything NK does is way out there - but it's so damn cool. With a pedigree including Envy On The Coast and The Dillinger Escape Plan (and Happy Body Slow Brain, if you're counting live members), the band's eclectic sound shouldn't surprise anyone. Today we have the band's latest performance from Garage Tapes, Vol. 1, the unmistakable "Set A Fire" - check it out in the replies. We're also giving away the band's Triple Crown debut, Nothing To Be Gained Here, via our socialnetworks.
Today we're premiering the track "Logan" from New Jersey's Ampersand. The band is releasing their new EP What Keeps Me Up At Night and fans of Man Overboard and Handguns will surely appreciate this. Head to the replies to hear "Logan."
From Knoxville, Tennessee, Skytown Riot will be releasing their new EP, Soul Or System, tomorrow. Today, we are streaming the whole thing. Fans of more atmospheric material with haunting pianos and elements of Muse should enjoy "Sensational" or even their rendition of "House Of The Rising Sun," while "The Afterglow" could be played on soft rock radio. Even though it only has six tracks, this EP pulls from a lot of places, making it hard to really categorize. Be sure to give it a listen in the replies.
Today we are streaming the new So Many Ways EP Seer coming out on Staple Records. This barn-burner of a release combines pop-punk, shredding metal leads, thrash-y riffs, and much more. Listen in the replies and pre-order your copy now.
After we premiered the first Undesirable People track that garnered a great response, it only made sense to debut another one for you guys. Today we're premiering "Current State" which you'll thoroughly enjoy from the Michigan outfit. Listen to it in the replies and pre-order if you like it.
17 year old Cade Garett is someone to keep our eyes on in the future. Going under the moniker Outliers, the Dallas, TX native is looking to create a great brand of pop-rock that we have come to love from acts like Artist Vs. Poet, older Forever The Sickest Kids, and more. "Left To Let It Go" is a powerful single that you'll want to hit the "repeat" button on. You can listen to it in the replies and available for download.
Andy Elwell recently recorded a new three track EP, Grand, in Ireland - quite a long way from his home in Minneapolis. Today, we are excited to premiere the video for "Buried" off of the EP - it's in the replies. Fans of indie-folk singer songwriters like Damien Rice or Bright Eyes should enjoy this one.
Those Australian rapscallions in Closure In Moscow have returned, and not a moment too soon. It's been a long four years since First Temple and The Penance & The Patience, two fantastic releases that left significant marks on the scene. We've got another three months until Pink Lemonade hits stands, but we'll indoctrinate you into "The Church Of The Technochrist" today via their new music video. Check out the high-tech video in the replies, pick up their sophomore LP in February 2014, and plug in, plug in.
Today we're premiering the video for "Where The Hell Is Douglas" from Cincinatti, Ohio's BoyMeetsWorld. The pop-rock group are young but finding their stride in their songwriting and hopefully we'll see bigger and better things as they grow from their EP Do What's Best For You. You can view the video in the replies.
Last week we streamed a song from Scholar's upcoming debut full-length. Today, we're excited to premiere Choose Adventure in full. It's the kind of music fans of Rufio, Fenix TX, and blink-182 should love. Stream it in the replies and then pre-order it if you like what you hear. You can read our review as well.
Today we are stoked to premiere Close Your Eyes' video for "Frame & Glass" which comes from the band's new album, Line In The Sand. This song is one of my favorite rock tracks this year and new vocalist Sam Ryder gives a powerful performance utilizing his great sense of melody and his unique tone. Watch the video in the replies and pick up the album online.
Avalon Landing are breaking out of Las Vegas with their radio friendly piano-pop tunes. The band recently worked with Bryan Russell (Coldplay, Straylight Run) on their sophomore record, Reside. To celebrate tomorrow's release of the record, we are premiering the album today. Hit the replies or their AP.net Profile to hear it. Be sure to read Greg's review of the album as well.
We debutedBackslashes and Bad Ideas' new single last month, and now we have their entire EP, There's No Place Like Home, for your listening pleasure. Head to the replies to hear it. Listen for a guest spot by Fred Mascherino (Terrible Things, ex-Taking Back Sunday) on the track "Defend Josh's Life." The effort comes out on Tuesday via Harbor Records.
Very excited to premiere the video for "11:22" from thrash pop-punk outfit So Many Ways. The band's new EP Seer is coming out Nov. 19th and is available for pre-order. While the video starts out as a normal performance piece, it quickly becomes a hilarious and, for lack of a better term "trippy," video. You can view it in the replies.
Today we're premiering a new single from Anavae called "Bring Me Down." It comes from the band's upcoming LAB Records release Dimensions. If you're a fan of early VersaEmerge or Paramore, this is for you. Listen to the track in the replies.
Head to the replies to watch Absolute 100 alumni The SpacePimps perform an acoustic rendition of "Party Foul." Even stripped down, the song retains a great energy. The track comes from their latest effort, Eternal Boy. If you haven't heard the album yet, you can still stream it on their AP.net profile; it'll bring you back to the Drive-Thru Records era.
For their contribution to Secret Audio Club's Wax Packs project, Half Hearted Hero re-recorded two songs from their debut EP. You can listen to the band's fresh spin on "Satori" in the replies. The 7" series comes is due out on January 28th.
Last week, we premiered a new track from Foxing's upcoming Count Your Lucky Stars' release, The Albatross. Today we are premiering the entire album, which hits stores on November 12th. It's math-y, it's noodle-y, and I think it's gonna be a hit with a lot of listeners. Listen to it in the replies and don't forget to pre-order.
Koji is one of the most genuine and passionate musicians you'll find in the scene. He's releasing a new EP, Matters, next week on a limited edition cassette tape from The Native Sound, as well as digitally. Listen to a song from the effort, "Matters (of The Heart and Mind)," in the replies. It brings to mind the acoustic approach of his earlier work.
Blameshift have been hard at work on their new album, Secrets, with Erik Ron (VersaEmerge, Panic! At The Disco) - the VersaEmerge influence really shines through. Today, we are excited to premiere their new video for the title track. Hit the replies to watch it. You can stream the album right now at Guitar World. If you like what you hear, be sure to grab the record on iTunes.
If you're not already familiar with July, that's bound to change with the release of their TDR Records debut, What We Signed Up For, which comes out November 12. The Canadian pop punk group were recognized as part of the Absolute 100 in 2012, and they've continued to impress us since. Head to the replies to stream "To All the Kids," a banger that sounds like a cross between All Time Low and Four Year Strong.
Today we are very excited to premiere Thief Club's "Follow You." The solo project of Nick of Hit The Lights, he channeled the style that brought Hit The Lights to prominence - aggressive pop-punk songs with honest lyrics and humongous hooks. This body of work proves why Hit The Lights wrote some of the most influential (and in my opinion underrated) releases in the genre. "Follow You" features site favorite Shane Henderson of Valencia lending his voice on the track. Listen to it in the replies.
We're excited to have the guys from Stick To Your Guns come back and chat with us at 5:15pm PST. They've just started a full U.S. tour with The Story So Far, Rotting Out, SouvenirsCA, and Heart to Heart - dates can be found here. Also, we're excited to premiere a brand new episode of The Waiting Room, a performance series recorded at Panda Studios (Prod. Sam Pura), which can be viewed in the replies.
Today we're premiering the music video from California pop-punk act Seasons Change for their video "Save It." Following in the sonic footsteps of its fellow Californians The Story So Far, Forever Came Calling, and others, this band has a chance to be a player in the genre. Check out the video in the replies.
Today we're premiering the new video for Courage My Love for "Cold Blooded." Filmed and produced completely on their own, it's got a lot of visuals that are appropriate for Halloween. The band just released its new EP Becoming and made an appearance at CMJ. Head to the replies to check out the video along with the band's upcoming US tour dates.
Undesirable People...you are a cool band. You have the twinkly emo parts that make the Topshelf crowd happy, you have the modern pop-punk/alternative parts a fan of No Sleep, Pure Noise, or Run For Cover would be into, and at times you have the soulful vocals that would please fans of Squid The Whale and the like. The band's upcoming release is coming out on South Division Records. Listen to "Alive In Your Grave" in the replies.
It's a Mark Rose-athon around here lately. Last week we had Mark on our podcast, and right before that we teamed up with Swell to premiere some Spitalfield acoustic videos. Well, today, we've again got some acoustic videos filmed by Swell for you to check out. If you head to the replies you'll find Mark performing "Georgiana" and "I Can See You (With My Eyes Closed).