Will Pugh of Cartel recently moved to Dallas, TX and is available for production during the month of July before the band heads off for Australia and Japan. He produced the band's latest album, Collider, as well as Audiostrobelight's latest EP. For more information, email here.
Our good friend Jordan Buckley (Every Time I Die) has yet another sweet promo code for the readers of AbsolutePunk.net to use on JBWW. A pop-up tent featuring all his comfy-ass clothes is at every date of this summer's Warped Tour. If you go to the JBWW tent and tell them "Jason Tate sent me!" or "Drew Beringer sent me!," you'll get some free shit. Pretty dope, right?
The track listing for Nine Inch Nails' new album, Hesitation Marks, can be seen below. The album will be released on September 3rd via Columbia Records.
01) The Eater of Dreams
02) Copy of A
03) Came Back Haunted
04) Find My Way
05) All Time Low
09) Various Methods of Escape
11) I Would for You
12) In Two
13) While I'm Still Here
14) Black Noise
Our pals over at Light & Noise recently took a lot of live footage at the most recent Bridge 9 showcase. Today, they released video (the first of eight live videos from that showcase) of Octaves playing some stuff from its new record. Check it out in the replies.
The third episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. This episode is the last of three conversations Jason and I had with Say Anything's Max Bemis. In this episode, we talked about the third disc of the band's recent All My Friends Are Enemies rarities release. Most notably, we discuss with Max why college wasn't for him, why he doesn't curse on record anymore, and the future of the band.
You can subscribe to this podcast in a variety of ways - via iTunes or your own RSS feed (instructions in the replies) - and you can also simply stream in in the replies or download it here. You can also find our previous episodes here. As always,...
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Today we're streaming the opening track "My Life My Grave" to Wilson's upcoming full-length Full Blast Fuckery. Set for release on July 9th on Easy Killer Records, Wilson is an in-your-face rock n roll band that is reminiscent of Every Time I Die. Listen to "My Life My Grave" in the replies. You can pre-order the record here.
Time and Distance are headed out on tour for the summer, which you can find the dates in the replies. The band will also be premiering the music video for their song "Little Disaster" in the coming weeks and the band's EP, ON, is available name your own price via Bandcamp.