Hailing from Madison, WI, Serianna is set to release their new LP Define Me in less than two weeks. Signed to Bullet Tooth, the metalcore outfit is undoubtedly releasing their most punishing music to date. Today we're streaming the track "Analog" and you can hear it in the replies. You can pre-order the record on CD and digital and read an interview we did with the band here.
Ballyhoo! have finished up their 40+ date co-headlining tour with Authority Zero that began May 31st. Today we have part five of our tour diary series with frontman Howi Spangler - this is the final blog. Catch up on part one, part two, part three, and part four if you missed them. Their new record, Pineapple Grenade, is now available.
On The Gunz Show, Down With Webster announced that they will be touring the US for the first time in over a year in the fall, and also that they're about ready to wrap up recording their new album. You can listen to it here.
Bad Religion's guitarist, Greg Hetson, has filed reports that claim his wife is "unstable and violent," "attacked him with a clothes hanger and hockey equipment," and "stole $18k from a joint bank account."
After conferring with The AP.net staff and editors from PunkNews.org, PropertyofZack, and UndertheGun, we have put together a playlist of all the best music we loved from July. You can check that out in the replies and make sure you didn't miss anything great.
Former The Downtown Fiction drummer and current From Indian Lakes manager, Eric Jones, wrote a blog about signing a record deal, what it means for bands, the misconceptions behind it, and advice for young bands - check it out here.
I think a big misconception amongst young bands is that signing to a label is the end-all be-all. That it is the pinnacle of your career. But here’s the truth: at best, it’s a platform to build off of. I wish someone would’ve told that to me when I had first signed. I hate to say it, but I got a little lazy. The entire band did. We waited for the label to make us rich and famous, as if the label could churn out the hits, put a few 0’s in our bank accounts,...
Head to the replies to watch the trailer for When Comedy Went To School, a documentary highlighting the resorts of the Catskills mountains and the unlikely role they played in the birth of stand-up comedy. More info on the film can be found here.
In a recent interview with NME, Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner spoke of the part Louis CK's stand-up model has played on the band's new album AM. You can check the article out here, in which Turner also explains who George Carlin is.
From Indian Lakes have signed to Triple Crown Records. The band will begin recording their label debut in early 2014. The label also announced there will be a vinyl re-issue of Able Bodies in October.
“We are excited to announce that we have signed to Triple Crown Records. We have always been a DIY kind of band and that isn't changing now. Releasing Able Bodies on our own was incredible, but there were some things that we felt could have been better for our fans, and partnering with Triple Crown is going to make the next release even more special. They are also a label that supports artistic freedom, which is what's most important to us and hopefully everyone who supports us. Looking...
You can stream The Dangerous Summer's new album, Golden Record, in its entirety over at Rock Sound. It also includes a track-by-track commentary from vocalist/bassist AJ Perdomo. The album is in stores August 6th and you can read my review of the record here.
Starting tomorrow, Thursday, August 1st at Noon EDT, Overcast Kids will have access to purchase a specially priced and limited Meet & Greet Ticketless Bundle. These bundles are available for each date of the Save Rock and Roll Fall Arena Tour 2013 and they will only be available via the Fall Out Boy packages page. These packages will be available exclusively to OCK through Monday, August 5th at Noon EDT when, pending sellout, they will open to...
Complete Control Radio is celebrating the life of Tony Sly on the one year anniversary of his passing. Hosted by Joe Sib (SideOneDummy Records), the entire two hour show will be centered around Tony and his solo work, as well as his work with No Use For A Name. There will be many guests and premieres. Tune in this Sunday at 10 PM PST to 98.7FM in Los Angeles (also available via iHeartRadio). More info is in the replies.
HEARTSOUNDS have posted the second in a short series of studio video updates in anticipation of their third full-length LP, set to be released in October, 2013 on Creator-Destructor Records. The latest offering will be the follow-up to 2011's Drifter, which was released via Epitaph Records. You can watch the video in the replies which contains clips of new music.
Miss May I will enter the studio on August 14th with producer Terry Date to begin working on their fourth studio album. It's due out in Spring 2014 via Rise Records.
Miss May I has been a wild ride for all of us since the beginning. From starting out in a basement in a small Ohio town, listening to our favorite bands, and just trying to play shows, all the way up to now, about to record our fourth full length album. As a long time fan, I am ecstatic to announce that we will be working with Terry Date on our next record. Growing up jamming Deftones, White Zombie, and Pantera, it's a dream come true to be working with the man who helped capture some of their greatest work. As if that...
Our pals over at Light & Noise recently took a lot of live footage at the most recent Bridge 9 showcase. Today, they released video from that showcase featuring Loma Prieta tearing up the place. Check it out in the replies.