In the replies, you can find our exclusive premiere of The Used's new video for "Quixotica." The song is from the band's recent EP release, The Ocean Of The Sky. The band will be going out a few headline tour dates this October.
Although Morrissey's Autobiography was set to be available throughout the UK on September 16th, a last-minute content disagreement between Penguin Books and Morrissey has caused the venture to collapse. No review copies were printed, and Morrissey is now in search of a new publisher.
Here's something pretty cool: Sidestep, an app that lets you buy concert merch from your phone so it's ready for you at the door on your way out, or shipped directly to you. The beta will be available later this month, though will be used at select dates on the Fall Out Boy / Panic! At The Disco tour, for iOS and Android. Read a statement about the app in the replies. Is this something you'd use?
A number of AP.net forum members have put together a compilation of original songs, which you can check out here. Very nice job everyone!
Valencourt - Digging Up the Devil (Featuring Fred Mascherino)
Mark Beasley - Body In The Garden
A Little Bit - Lilac
Jake Jenkins - Untitled
Open To Fire - Take Me There
John Thomy - You're THe Bamboo to My Panda
Terrain - Long Winters (Acoustic)
The Kinky Rite - Carrion Carry-On (Carry on)
Life With People - Gilded State
You can check out our interview with Dustin Kensruehere. Kensrue is currently working as a Worship Pastor over at Mars Hill Bellevue in Washington, and will be releasing his first solo Worship album The Water & The Blood on October 1st on Mars Hill Music.
I will definitely do more of a follow up to Please Come Home, I've been saying it for years, but I just haven't had a fair amount of material for it, so I threw it on the back-burner. So at this point, this was more of a priority and where I'm embedded, and what I'm trying to accomplish through Mars Hill Music. I do apologize to everyone who's waiting for a follow up to that record, it's not that I don't want to do it.
Ghost Thrower will independently release their self-titled album on October 15th. The artwork can be seen in the replies.
1. Halloween in Brooklyn
3. Still Life with Paranoia
5. Worry Addled Brain
7. Dopamine (and Other Divisions of the Human Condition)
8. The King of Louisiana
9. Young Luck
10. When Are You Coming Home?
11. The Unexamined Life
The sixth chapter in Vanna's ambitious 10-part video series, The Few and the Far Between: The Movie, is set to one of my favorite tracks on the record, "Please Stay." The video matches the song's intensity, as our protagonists take mushrooms and trip in the woods. The members of Vanna appear in this one, looking like they're part of Cobra Kai. Check it out in the replies.
Volumes have released a brand new pre-production demo titled "Vahle", which will be on their upcoming sophomore full length on Mediaskare Records, due in early 2014. The song serves as a tribute to a close friend of the band who tragically passed away in an automobile accident. Head to the replies to check it out.
Closure in Moscow played some new material in a recent studio session - check out "The Church Of The Techno Christ," "Happy Days," and "Pink Lemonade." Based on their Instagram, it appears the band is shooting a video for "The Church..."
Sky Ferreira will release her debut album, Night Time, My Time, on October 29th via Capitol Records.
02) Ain't Your Right
03) 24 Hours
04) Nobody Asked Me (If I Was Okay)
05) I Blame Myself
07) You're Not the One
08) Heavy Metal Heart
10) I Will
11) Love in Stereo
12) Night Time, My Time
Heidecker and Wood (Tim Heidecker of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!) have released another new song called "What Else Is New" which you can stream after the jump. The track is off their upcoming album, Some Things Never Stay The Same, which is set to be released on November 12th via Little Record Company.
Cute Is What We Aim For have announced the support for its upcoming fall tour. Turnover and Tallhart will be joining the band on its North American trek this October. You can see all the dates in the replies. Also, get your trigger finger ready for tomorrow as we'll be giving away tickets to some of the dates.
Max Bemis (Say Anything) will hit the road this winter on an acoustic headline tour that will feature sets from Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids, Perma, Sherri DuPree-Bemis of Eisley, and Merriment. You can also check out a new Perma song titled "Little Light" at Diffuser. The band's debut album is also available to pre-order. You can find the dates and more details in the replies.
Everything we've been doing over the last couple of months - from our guides to our playlists - have been leading up to this weekend's Riot Fest in Chicago. So there is only one thing left to do (other than, you know, attending the damn thing!) and that's to release our "must-see" acts at this weekend's festival. Since it's packed with many great bands, I asked Thomas Nassiff to count down his five most anticipated acts in addition to mine. You can check those out in the replies. You can find more information about Riot Fest at their website. Have fun this weekend and be safe!