Red Scare Industries will be re-releasing The Lillingtons' Shit Out of Luck and Technically Unsound (a collection of OOP 7″s and a split 12″ EP) digitally. An actual release date will be confirmed in the next couple weeks.
At 7 PM EST, our pals in O'Brother will be stopping by to chat on the site. Make sure to stop in and ask the band about its upcoming crushing album, Disillusion (in stores August 20th), the band's upcoming headlining tour, Lollapalooza, and anything else.
Update: Thanks to the band for hanging out with us tonight. You can still leave some questions as they may come back later tonight to answer a few, but for now the band has stepped out. Make sure to see them on the upcoming tour and of course pick up Disillusion via pre-order.
Have you recorded or demoed out any new tracks?
We’ve been demoing this whole year. We’re just trying to be as prepared as possible before we go into the studio next time. We recorded Get Up Kids cover for a compilation that’s coming out.
POZ: What song did you do?
Joe: “Campfire Kansas.” We got it back, and everyone is so excited. That’s one of my favorite bands and I didn’t want to fuck it up. We’re all excited about that....
Twin Forks will release their debut self-tltled EP on September 17th via Dine Alone Records. The band will also be doing a 6 week US tour. Check out the tour trailer on Spin, featuring new song "Cross My Mind." Dates are in the replies.
Headlined by names such as Larry David, Bill Maher and Anthony Jeselnik, the first handful of the (presumably) still-growing list of acts for the 10th annual New York Comedy Festival has been released. Taking place from the 6th-10th of November, the list so far and presale ticket information can all be found here.
With their sophomore EP, Totem, Los Angeles' Culprit are exploring new territories while sticking to those good ol' hooks. Produced by Dryw Owens (From Indian Lakes, Consider The Theif), the qualities that evoked I The Mighty and Armor For Sleep comparisons linger, but are tinged with HRVRD and Moving Mountains-esque sounds. "Piece Of Eden" sums it up nicely - head to the replies to hear our exclusive of the track. And in honor of the premiere, the band's giving AP.net users a treat - 15% off all pre-orders for their new EP with the code "absolutepunk" at check-out. So enjoy Eden, and grab Totem on August 20 via Easy Killer Records.
Rolling Stone is reporting that Frank Ocean will be featured on John Mayer's upcoming album, Paradise Valley, which is slated for an August 20 release. Ocean will supposedly lend his vocals to a brief reprise of "Wildfire," one of the current singles from the album. The two musicians collaborated last year for Ocean's full-length debut, Channel ORANGE.
Looks like Butch Walker played a couple of new songs at his show at London's Borderline last night. In addition to the three songs he's been playing since his New Year's showsin Chicago, he's added a couple of solid ballads called "Peachtree Battles" and "Battle vs. War," respectively. Check out the replies for videos of both.
Seaway will release their debut full-length album, Hoser, on October 15th via Mutant League Records. Check out the track listing and album artwork below.
2) What's Really Good
3) Keep Your Stick On The Ice
4) Too Fast For Love
6) Slowing Down
7) Shy Guys
8) No Direction
9) The Weight (Ft. Shane Told)
Maps For Travelers may not be well-known now, but that should change after listeners hear the quartet's No Sleep Records debut, Change Your Name. Today we're bringing another slice of that record exclusively to you by premiering the song, "World On a Wire." The band has the intensity of all your favorite late 90s/early 00s post-hardcore bands. Check out the song in the replies and then pre-order the record here.
The Devil Wears Prada just announced a new show in Pittsburgh, PA on October 31st - a follow-through of the band's promise to make it up to fans who had come to see them at last weekend's Alliance Fest which they were forced to cancel. All proceeds will go to a charity the band hand-picked and all tickets are priced at $8.18 (title of the upcoming album, 8:18). Check out the band's statement in the replies.
We have another Uncle Buck Giveaway. See below for the concerts you could win tickets to. Put your name and email in the replies, the first person to claim a concert wins a pair of tickets to the show.
The playing of “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark” by Fall Out Boy during fireworks at the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival has fueled a 'debate'.
“When we arrived back at the hotel, we looked up the lyrics to see if it was really as bad as it sounds — and it was far worse," he said. "A song about murdering people, tying them up and burning them alive, and general violence."
PropertyOfZack has published the second part of their Perspective on leaks titled "Has It Leaked? It Leaked. Why and What Now?" with commentary from individuals in the music industry. What do you think about how the perception/action of album leaks has shifted over the past few years?
Propagandhi is streaming a remastered version of "Stick the Fucking Flag Up Your Goddam Ass, You Sonofabitch” over here. The song is off of the 20th anniversary re-release of How to Clean Everything, which is out on August 20th through Fat Wreck Chords.
You Me at Six have announced its first North American headlining tour as well as what bands will be supporting. The main support slot will be shared between Cute Is What We Aim For from September 27th - October 11th and Tonight Alive from October 13th - 20th. The rest of the tour support will come from Conditions and Dinosaur Pile Up. More details and tour dates can be found in the replies.