Life On Repeat will release their sophomore album, Blacklisted, on December 3 through Equal Vision Records. The new album will be the bandís final release together. To coincide with the release and their unfortunate disbanding, Life On Repeat will play four final farewell shows in December which can be found in the replies.
1. Karma Calls
2. The Creators (Light Inside)
4. Cut Open
5. This Conditioned Lie
9. The Conscious Collective
10. Sorriest Goodbye
To be honest, I just tried listening to it a minute ago, because Iíve never actually listened to the whole thing before. So Iím being a little bit cavalier. Maybe Iíd really warm up to it, but I highly doubt it. Itís one of those songs I kept hearing, and I had to keep asking what it was. Then I kept hearing it more and more, and it was frustrating. It became really grating. Itís just one of those things when a song becomes commercialized to such excess. It drives you mad.
Brand Newwill be performing their whole discography in celebration of working on new material. There's 4 shows booked total, 2 albums each night. The shows will be December 9th and 10th at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California, December 20th at The Paramount in Huntington, NY, and December 21st at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. Today at 12pm Eastern, and then Pacific time a ticket pre-sale will go live on ducatking. General tickets will go on sale this Thursday.
The recent shows we played around and including the Riot Fests in Colorado and Chicago were such a great time for us and we wanted to thank you all for the response, once again, to our erratic and spontaneous...
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.
According to Amazon, Bayside's new album is indeed titled Cult, the image we saw is the artwork, and it will be released on February 18 via Hopeless Records.
Update: iTunes confirms the information and has the first single, "Pigsty," for sale.
1. Big Cheese
2. Time Has Come
3. Hate Me
4. You're No Match
6. Transitive Property
8. Bear With Me
9. Objectivist On Fire
10. Something's Wrong
11. The Whitest Lie
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend for other viewers? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. Check out rdio or spinner for album streams of new releases.
After launching their vinyl box set yesterday, Third Eye Blind has now posted self-titled, Blue, and Out Of The Veinfor sale individually - this marks the first time Out Of The Vein has been pressed to vinyl. The Red Star EP and the original cream cover of self-titled are exclusive to the box set. All three are double LPs on 180 gram, at $35 a piece.
Peace'd Out has announced their second and third shows ever - playing Fullerton's Slidebar on November 20th and Camarillo's Rock City on November 21st, with support from Silver Snakes. Admat is in the replies.
Producer Ryan Hemsworth and rapper Starlito have joined forces to create an emotional break up song titled "Can't Get Over You" as a part of the Yours Truly and Adidas Songs From Scratch series. You can stream the track here and you can watch a video of the two in the studio in the replies.