01) Hell Is Warm
02) Everything in Twos
03) Jesus Christ Supermalls
04) The Kid Who Broke His Wrist
06) Blissfield, MI
08) Summer Brings You Closer to Satan
09) Century Schoolbook Grown-Ups
10) Satellite Words and Me
11) Spinning Seat
12) All Things Run
The last record was just kind of like, “This is what this is about.” I feel like if you’re a fan of the band and follow our records, you know that I’ve always harped on the same subject and I’m not embarrassed or ashamed of that. I’m gonna write about what I wanna write about and I didn't want to be like, “OK, now that I’ve been writing about this I have to keep writing about it.” So I let myself feel out the songs; I wanted to touch on certain topics, but maybe not so specific as, say, mortality. There’s definitely been topics that are the same for most of the songs but it’s also a different take on...
Epitaph Records and their sister label Anti Records are looking for fall and winter interns. You have to be a current college student and live in the Los Angeles area. If you're interested, shoot an email to: email@example.com.
The Guardian recently interviewed newly signed Epitaph artist, Jamie T, about his five year absence, what he's been doing, his new album and there's even a little mention of Absolutepunk.net itself. You can also hear album track "Turn On The Light" there too.
The Ghost Inside will release their fourth full-length album, Dear Youth on November 17th via Epitaph Records. Hit the replies to check out the title track, "Dear Youth (Day 52)" in the replies. You can learn more about the record by checking out my Warped Tour interview with vocalist Jonathan Vigil here.
“It’s a very strange phenomenon,” Ness said. “Most bands that have been around 35 years, their heyday was 35 years ago and they’re still trying to live off that. For us, it was the opposite. Back then we were struggling, guys in a van going across the country broke. It just kind of evolves and progresses, and we’re really fortunate that way.”
When we wrote and recorded our first record, it was before "Defend Pop Punk" and that type of shit. Once it came out, we were very embraced by that community, and we weren’t necessarily comfortable with that. So we kind of made this reactionary record where it sort of focused on what we weren’t good at, and trying to succeed that way. But yeah, you should just make a record you want to make and not think about people’s expectations.
You can read our interview with This Wild Lifehere. The band is currently on the Warped Tour, and will be releasing more video content in the fall, as well as writing new material. The band will also be one of the opening acts on Sleeping With Sirens and Pierce The Veil's winter co-headling tour.
We’re going to do a really large U.S. Tour in the winter that isn’t going to allow us to do any fall touring because of Warped Tour’s radius clause. So we’ll be home and we’ve discussed doing some different things. We’re definitely going to put out more video content in that time, we’ll be writing more because we want to get ahead of the next record – our record’s been out for a month now,...
Considering its caffeinated, soused, sweet, and wired music, it’s fitting Joyce Manor was consecrated over an alcoholic energy drink. And as a kind of quintessential California suburb, the physical and conceptual “Torrance” is the perfect place to inspire a perfect summer rock album, i.e., Joyce Manor’s new LP, Never Hungover Again, released today. Most people drawn to this music formed their idea of “summer” at a time in one’s life when summer was significantly different from the rest of the year — Johnson describes his own as consisting of “backyard shows, everyone would be skateboarding, chased off by security guards, throwing water...
Joyce Manor's music video for "The Jerk" can been seen at the A.V. Club or in the replies. Never Hungover Again is officially out today and you can also read our interview with the band if you missed it last week.
A lot of it is about relationships that can’t last and deteriorate for whatever reason, I think that’s more of a theme on all of our records. I spend quite a bit of time alone so that probably plays into it. Most of the songs touch on that in some way.
Veara has been quietly releasing some of the strongest pop-punk music from the scene over the past few years. Today we're premiering an acoustic video of the band performing their song "None Of The Above" off of their album, Growing Up Is Killing Me, which was released last September. Head to the replies to check it out.
Noisey's article on "The Method Behind letlive.'s Madness" is an interview with frontman Jason Butler discussing the duality of his presence and the mindset and meaning behind his live performance.
It is a rather interesting duality when I stop to think to about it or discuss it with someone like yourself. It’s this very demanding, as well as commanding, duality and it’s quite ironic, because in the past when they were happening, those emotions would actually make me become rather placid and slow me down. I think my way of chilling with them now is how you’ve put it before—almost exorcising them, like really getting rid of them and expelling them in a way that, I guess, is rather...