Today we are proud to stream a guaranteed summer pop-punk jam from Florida's own We Still Dream. "Copouts and Cover Ups" is from the band's upcoming 3 song EP dropping July 10th that will remind you a lot of pop-punk heavyweights like Fall Out Boy and Hit The Lights. You can listen to the track on the band's AP.net profile and leave your thoughts in the replies. If the song speaks to you in the way it did for me, there are pre-orders available here.
Via Coma is an experimental rock band from California that is about to release their debut album, Figures, on June 12th. Produced by Aaron Lunsford and Cody Bonnette of the band, As Cities Burn/Hawkboy, the band's sound reminds me of a mix between Muse and Death Cab For Cutie. A little weird? Yes, but it's totally awesome. Head to the band's AP.net profile to stream the track "Aquanota" and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Today is 06/06/12, which means we're bringing you a song stream from Squid The Whale for their new song, "The German Affair". The song features Ben Liebsch from You, Me, And Everyone We Know, and produced by Kory Gable (Strike Anywhere, The Dangerous Summer). You can find the song, the single artwork, and the lyrics below.
Today, we are stoked to premiere a new Groundbreaking Ceremony track called "Eleventh and Bleecker." Head to the replies or their AP.net Profile to hear it. The guys recorded their upcoming EP, Don't Tell Me What I Can't Do, with Paul Leavitt which drops June 12th.
Today, we are happy to premiere a new Time Will Tell song called "The Only Nights That Matter." Head to the replies or their AP.net Profile to stream it. The track comes from their upcoming EP, Reflection, which drops June 22nd. Find out more info on Facebook.
Whitechapel will release their upcoming fourth full-length album, Whitechapel, June 19th on Metal Blade. Today we have an exclusive track by track by vocalist Phil Bozeman and guitarist Alex Wade. You can check out Whitechapel all summer long on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, which starts June 30th in San Bernardino, CA.
Hit the replies for each individuals track by track breakdown.
Today we're all extremely excited to premiere the brand new music video from Los Angeles metalcore band The Ghost Inside, for their brand new single, "Engine 45". This single is from the bands upcoming third full length record, Get What You Give, out June 19th on Epitaph Records. You can buy the single on iTunes here, and on Amazon here. Be sure and catch The Ghost Inside on this summer's Vans Warped Tour, which starts June 16th in Salt Lake City.
Hit the replies for the music video and single artwork.
Edit: You can now read a new interview with Jonathan Vigil here.
Three weeks into the gnarliest advice column ever, and the questions being received by Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die) keep getting better. Whether he gives you the answer you were hoping for is totally up to how much alcohol Keith's consumed that day. This week's batch of Q's and A's are the freshest yet. Enjoy them in the replies.
Today I'm excited to bring you guys your first taste of Duck. Little Brother Duck!'s upcoming full-length. Don't Take Our Filth Away combines the chops of Tera Melos with the vocal intensities of The World is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die. Head to the band's AP.net profile to check out "Calvin Young." If you enjoy what you're hearing, you can pre-order the record here.
Intense punk rock. I love it. It best describes my initial reaction to Sirs' upcoming self-titled record. We're glad to share with you a new song off it over on the band's AP.net profile. For fans of the power heard behind bands like Bear vs. Shark and Snowing, be sure to check out "Crossbows and Arrows," and if you like what you hear, you can pre-order the record here.
Today we are happy to team up with Rise Records in announcing that the label has signed the Tampa Bay, Fla.-based Rescuer. The band is very young, forming only in late 2011. Their sound is reminiscent of early 2000's screamo and melodic hardcore, but with the passion and drive of bands like Envy and Pg.99, and you can now stream the song "Birds of Prey" on their AP.net Profile and in the replies. The song comes from the group's debut album, With Time Comes the Comfort, which will be released later this year. We also interviewed vocalist JP Marra about Rescuer's debut release, signing to Rise Records, and working with Memphis May Fire's Kellen McGregor in the studio. Leave your thoughts...
Steve Soboslai admits that he's pretentious. As if fronting Punchline wasn't enough, he also releases his own music under the name Blue of Colors. He recently showed off his solo skills for our Backstage Sessions. Head to the replies to watch him perform acoustic versions of "Goodbye Stranger" and "Edward Norton."
Because Cinema Sleep's new EP Make Your Way is available everywhere today, we've teamed up with them to stream "In Dreams." Hit the replies or their AP.net profile to stream it. In addition, feel free to read our review of the EP here. You can also read a track-by-track breakdown from the band, here.
Patent Pending made their live television debut last week by performing on the Billboard Music Awards, and they're keeping the momentum going with a new music video. Head to the replies to watch their video for "I Already Know (She Don't Give A Shit About Me)," which features a ton of fun internet/mobile references. The song comes from the band's latest album, Second Family, which you can still stream on their AP.net profile.
Today, we are happy to stream a new Gates track called "The Sound of Letting Go." Head to the replies or their AP.net Profile to hear it. The track comes from their new EP, You Are All You Have Left To Fear, which is available everywhere today. Be on the lookout for our review of the EP tomorrow.
The Early November recently took off on a new tour with The Wonder Years, The Swellers and Young Statues. A couple days ago, the vocalists of each of these groups - Ace Enders from TEN, Dan Campbell from TWY, Nick Diener from The Swellers, and Carmen Cirignano from Young Statues - took the time to record an acoustic cover of Semisonic's "Closing Time," which you can now watch in the replies. It's a fun cover, with all four vocalists singing to round out the song. A regular barbershop quartet, these guys. The tour continues on until June 9, and you can also see the remaining tour dates in the replies.
What do you get when you put together members from Farside and Gameface? An in your face punk/emo band named Your Favorite Trainwreck. The band's debut album will be released June 12th. Don't get hung up on the labels of "punk" and "emo" though, listen to the song for yourself on the band's AP.net profile and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Another week is here so it's time for another advice column from Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley. If you enjoyed last week's, then you'll love this week's column. He's like Siri - only smarter, funnier, and drunker. You can read it in the replies, enjoy.
The title of Dowsing's full-length debut, It's Still Pretty Terrible, couldn't be further from the truth; these guys are awesome. The album won't be released until June 12 via Count Your Lucky Stars, but you can stream it now on their AP.net profile. Recommended if you like The Weakerthans, The Jealous Sound and The Get Up Kids. If you like what you hear, pre-order a copy here.
Boardroom Heroes is punk rock band from Maryland, due to release its sophomore effort Another Year on June 5 via Sinking Ship Records. The band's sound is a well-produced brand of '90s-style pop-punk, not unlike Green Day, Millencolin, Lagwagon, The Swellers or NOFX. You can stream the song "City Song" on their AP.net Profile or in the replies - we really think you should give this one a listen if you're a fan of the genre - and preorder the album here if you like it.
Today we are streaming a song called "III" from ambient indie-rockers Athletics new album Who You Are Is Not Enough. The album release will drop June 26th. If you're looking for something in the vein of Moving Mountains, this is the song to check out. Head to the band's AP.net profile to check out the song and go to the replies to read a message from the band.
As you can see, we're getting things started a little early on the site today. For one, we're super stoked to bring you a premiere of a brand new track from Dave Hause, lead singer from The Loved Ones. You'll find the title track from his upcoming 7-inch Pray for Tucson, available June 19th via Bridge Nine Records, in Dave's AP.net profile and in the replies. Let us know what you think about this one – pre-orders are now available through Bridge Nine here.
With The Punches will be releasing its debut full-length, Seams and Stitches, on July 3 via Doghouse Records, but we've got a brand-new song titled "New York Minute" for stream in the replies and on their AP.net Profile right now. The gritty Newburgh, NY-based pop-punk group is only getting better with time, so leave your thoughts on the track in the replies, and if you like what you hear, place a preorder for the album.
In eighth and final installment of our stream of The Thing That Ate Larry Livermore compilation with Adeline Records, we have The Copyrights' "Prove Me Wrong" and The Vistors' "San Andreas." The compilation comes out May 29, featuring 16 upcoming pop-punk bands selected by Lookout Records founder Larry Livermore, and each of the 16 songs were recorded exclusively for this comp. Hit the replies to hear both of the songs and leave your thoughts. If you've been keeping up each week, you've now heard the entire compilation!
Our friend Brian Marquis was kind enough to participate in our Backstage Sessions at a recent show in Cambridge, MA. Hit the replies to watch the former Therefore I Am guitarist perform an acoustic rendition of Bruce Springsteen's "Terry's Song," which will appear on his upcoming covers EP for Warped Tour, along with a brand new song entitled "Highways & Heartbreak."
Today we're premiering the entire brand-new EP from San Jose, CA's Stickup Kid. We previously gave you guys a peek at this EP by streaming a single song, "Lighthouse," but you can now hear the entire 5-track release on their AP.net Profile. A lyric sheet can be seen in the replies for singing along - which you'll find yourself wanting to do - and you can preorder the 7" via Adeline Records here.
Today we have a free download of Flatfoot 56's new single, "I Believe It," for your listening pleasure. You can stream the song on the band's AP.net profile and grab the MP3 here. The Celtic punks new album, Toil, is due out on July 24th via Paper + Plastick Records.
A couple weeks ago we premiered the track listing and artwork of Broadway's upcoming record, Gentleman's Brawl. Well, as promised, today we have a new song. Head to their AP.net Profile or the replies to hear "Lawyered." This one definitley reminds me of The Used's latest work on Vulnerable.