We're premiering NY hardcore act Still Rings True's video for "Empty." One of the newest signees to Anchor 84 Records, the video has spray painting, performance parts, and molotov cocktails. You can watch the video in the replies.
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.
The Devil Wears Prada's upcoming new album, 8:18, is now available for pre-order on iTunes. If you pre-order it, you will receive instant downloads of new songs "Home For Grave" (this song is also available as a single purchase) and "Martyrs." The album hits stores on September 17th.
03) First Sight
06) Sailor's Prayer
07) Care More
09) Black & Blue
11) Number Eleven
12) Home For Grave
13) In Heart
Korn will release The Paradigm Shift - their eleventh album and first with original guitarist Brian "Head" Welch in a decade - on October 1 via Prospect Park. The artwork is in the replies.
01) Prey For Me
02) Love & Meth
03) What We Do
04) Spike In My Veins
05) Mass Hysteria
06) Paranoid And Aroused
07) Never Never
08) Punishment Time
09) Lullaby For A Sadist
11) It’s All Wrong
12) Wish I Wasn’t Born Today (deluxe)
13) Tell Me What You Want (deluxe)
Killswitch Engage drummer Justin Foley recently broke his collarbone in a bicycle accident. Jordan Mancino of As I Lay Dying will be filling in on the band's international tour dates, while Foley is expected to recover in time for their North American tour. You can check out the band's new lyric video for "Always" in the replies.
We have some not so good news to announce. Our drummer Justin Foley recently had a bicycle accident and broke his collarbone. So he will not be able to do this upcoming Asia/Europe tour that begins later this week. Luckily we were able to find a replacement drummer on short notice, so we will not be canceling any dates. The replacement drummer will be...
PureVolume have announced its line-up for the PureVolume stage at Lollapalooza (for the Toyota + SpinMedia Tent) along with an 18-track playlist with all of the artists. Some of the artists dropping by include O'Brother and Frightened Rabbit. Check it all out here.
Matty and George of The 1975 sat down with Robert Herrera at The Troubadour to talk about their upcoming debut album, the meaning behind the song "Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You?," and a few other topics. The video is in the replies. Sidenote: New album is as good as I wanted it to be.
You can check out our interview with The Amity Afflictionhere, who are currently finishing up the Vans Warped Tour. If you missed them on the tour, you can have another chance to see them later on this year.
Saves the Day's new album will be self-titled and released by Equal Vision Records on September 17th. Artwork in the replies and tracklist below.
02) In The In Between
03) Beyond All Of Time
04) Ain't No Kind Of Love
05) Lucky Number
06) Xenophobic Blind Left Hook
07) The Tide Of Our Times
10) Ring Pop
11) Stand In The Stars
Soundsupply has released its latest drop. This one is a special edition drop in partnership with Drive-Thru Records. In the digital-drop-guide there's an interview with Drive-Thru founder Stefanie Reines -- where she hints at the possibility of getting the old gang back together.
After 5 years, Richard and I seemed to have found the inspiration and desire to start again. For some reason we love to prove ourselves. The most exciting thing for us is to take something from nothing, and build it. That’s what we did with our label. It’s what we did with every band on our label. Now we’re getting the itch to do it again. We may not call it "Drive-Thru Records," but something is brewing!