Farewell Fighter will release its new album, Challenges, on August 6 via Easy Killer Records. The band will also be playing an album release show at Rocketown in Nashville the day their album comes out, tickets for which can be purchased here. Hit the replies for the album art and show flyer, and read a blog from the band recapping their last year and this album release here.
AJ from The Dangerous Summertook to Twitter to call out "fake" bands using auto-tune and co-writers yesterday. And while hovering around the topic, this is my plea to celebrities to use a Tweetlonger service or get a blog.
When The Flatliners were touring through Winnipeg last week I talked with Chris Cresswell and Paul Ramirez about the upcoming record, future touring plans and more. You can check out the entire interview here. Don't forget that Dead Language will be released on September 17th through Fat Wreck Chords/New Damage Records.
Just more yelling on some songs. There’s the normal pop-punk stuff too, but there’s also some really angry gnarly shit.
None other than Academy Award-nominated actor James Franco. The Roast will take place on Labor Day 2013 and you can read the press release in the replies. Thoughts on who should be on the panel this time around?
Small Brown Bike frontman Travis John will be releasing two new solo albums, Blood & Water and August Woods, this fall via John’s own Old Point Light Records. He will also be doing two upcoming live appearances - Friday, July 19th live on Daytrotter and Saturday, July 20th at Rekless Records in Chicago (Wicker Park location).
Ballyhoo! are still on their 40+ date co-headlining tour with Authority Zero that began May 31st. Today we have part three of our tour diary series with frontman Howi Spangler. Part four will be up next Thursday. Part three is in the replies. Catch up on part one and part two if you missed them. Their new record, Pineapple Grenade, is now available.