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Fender has posted up their picks for "top 10 most instantly recognizable guitar riffs" -- pretty hard to argue with most of these, but what would you add? While not anywhere near the classic status of all the songs on this list, I'd say Blink-182's "Dammit" has one of those riffs.
Despite only just being out of their teens, Danish band Iceage has managed to craft an even more expansive, compelling, tense and emotional record with their forthcoming album, You're Nothing. Expanding upon the elements from their previous release, they have amped up the raw punk flecked with hardcore and incorporated post-punk and goth influences with extra ferocity too. Today we are streaming the album track "In Haze" in the replies or over on their AP.net Profile and next week we will have a full stream of the album to celebrate its release via Matador Records. Make sure you pre-order the album here and enjoy a taster of what's to come from this exciting album.
Paramore fans have discovered that "Tell Me It's Okay", "Native Tongue" and "Escape Route" appear to be the b-sides from their upcoming album.
For more information check out www.warnerchappell.com and search Hayley Williams, you must have an account to look at the records. You will see the songs and you can see it was cowritten by the producer Justen Mendel Johnson, so these songs were indeed written during the most recent writing session.
Watch Bad Rabbits' new music video for "Fall In Love" in the replies, and read Jack's review of the track here. You can also download the song for free here. The band's upcoming album, American Love, will be released on May 14th, 2013.
Today we are pleased to be streaming a new song called "Lost & Found" from Rochester, NY-based ska-punk group Mrs. Skannotto. The track comes from the band's upcoming full length record, All These Evolutions, which will be out on February 26. You can check out the song in the replies (where you can also see their current tour dates with The Toasters) or on their AP.net Profile.
Remember when we posted about the former Burden Of A Day singer having a new band? Well, it's been revealed. His new project is called Colours. You can watch the band's new music video for "A Machine" in the replies.
Hawthorne Heights have signed with Red River Entertainment. Their currently recording a new album with producer Brian Virtue (30 Seconds To Mars, Jane's Addiction), which will be released this summer.
We're really excited to be working with Red River and Sony RED! Our biggest successes have been done while working with some of the same people at RED. Life as an independent artist had its bonuses, but there were a lot of things that were simply unattainable during that period of our career - working with a top tier producer such as Brian Virtue and the exposure that RED distribution offers, being two prime examples. Our new album is going to take a lot of people by surprise and...
Check out our interview with Johnny Bonnel from the Swingin' Utters over here. This year the band celebrates its 25th anniversary and will release Poorly Formed on February 19th through Fat Wreck Chords.
It’s got a good variety of music styles like the other records, but we tried different styles that we never really worked with before. A lot of that us to do with me and Jack [Dalrymple, formerly of Dead to Me and One Man Army] writing together for the first time so they’re going to sound a little different from past Utters songs. His writing definitely comes through, but I think that’s a pretty good thing.