Update: The chat is now over. We'd like to thank Nick, Phil, Tanner and Jordan for taking some time out of their busy schedules to spend a couple hours with us. Go and catch them on the Triple Crown Records tour next month!
The guys from Moving Mountains, O'Brother and Caspian will be chatting in this thread at 8pm EST. Stop by and talk about their upcoming tour, new albums or anything in general!
I'm really excited to announce that my good friend Scott Weber is coming back to AbsolutePunk.net to revive his role as an album reviewer. Scott was a prominent reviewer for the site in the mid-00s, with his last review dating back to fall 2006. Since then he's been the sports forum moderator, but recently got the itch to review once again. He'll be covering more of the punk rock genre on the site, so be on the lookout for that. In the meantime, welcome Scott back to the site and check the replies for more fun facts about him!
Slospeak Records (a small Christian Indie Label) has released a Christmas compilation on iTunes. The album features songs from House of Heroes, Reliant K, Deas Veil, Matt Shelton of the Wedding, Sons, Pioneer, and Ravenhill featuring David Curtis from Run Kid Run/Side Walk Slam.
Minnesota pop-punk outfit Singled Out have released the latest in their series of acoustic videos in anticipation of 2013ís debut full length release. The latest is a cover, in the form of Neon Trees hit, ĎEverybody Talksí. You can check out the video in replies.
Former Queens of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri is working with the band again. Add that with the news that Dave Grohl is on board for the new album and things seem to be heading in a great direction.
Today we are happy to premiere a new song from our friends in Terra Terra Terra. The Lakeland, FL pop-rockers are set to release their sophomore LP, The Space We Create, on January 15 via Round Kid Records. You can now listen to the first song released from that album, "The Only One," in the replies. Recommended if you like the anthemic choruses of arena bands like The Killers mixed with the creative pop of bands like Lovedrug.