This is pretty cool: Into It. Over It. will be releasing a 200-page full color photo book and live 7" record this summer commemorating the band's fall 2012 tour. The photos were taken by Hilary J. Corts and will be released via Topshelf Records on June 25th. In the meantime, you can head to the replies to check out a video featuring footage from the tour.
Well, I donít pound donuts daily Ė I guess thatís how [how I stay fit] for the most part. Everybody loves donuts, but itís not like Iím obsessed with donuts. I just had a really cool idea for a donut shop. I was kicking around the idea for almost four years before I actually started doing something with it. I just felt like I had to do it. It was so good and I didnít want to see anybody else do it. I just wanted to see this idea come to light
It is not lost on me that tonight is exceptional. Exceptional for many reasons. Exceptional because I am at peace. Exceptional because on evenings such as this, in other lives, I was a mess. I have spent many nights in terminals like this one; waiting on a trains or planes, dreaming of final destinations. Tonight is different though. A broad leather chair with wooden arms, one of many in LAís union station, holds me close as I type these words. I am eager for the tracks and my wife on the other side, but I am glad to be here for now, if only for a moment.
Blonde headed girls and latin queens mingle amongst...
Streetlight Manifesto have posted an update announcing Toh Kay's solo album has been "canceled" and pre-orders for their latest album are "delayed."
Itís with a very heavy heart that I have to announce the following:
1) The Toh Kay album ďThe Hand That ThievesĒ has been canceled for the foreseeable future. More details will come to light in the coming days.
2) Due to Victory Records refusal to send us copies of our own new album, there will be another delay in our ability to deliver preorders on time. We hoped to find a compromise with them, up until the bitter end; unfortunately, it just wasnít possible.
We ask you to once more be patient: weíre working around the clock to find a...
Holy crap, we're only two and half weeks from the return of the Skate and Surf Festival, so how about we give away another pair of tickets to the jamboree in New Jersey on May 18th and 19th. To win this pair, tell me your favorite memories from earlier versions of the Skate and Surf fest. Or if you haven't been before, tell me why the return of this festival is so important to the scene? Give it your best shot n the replies and I'll pick my favorite answer tomorrow. Good luck!
Escape The Fate are heading out on tour in a few days and we're giving away a pair of tickets to a bunch of shows. Head to the replies to see what dates we have tickets for, comment and claim the date you want and if you're the first one, I'll send you a message letting you know you've won! And don't forget to pre-order the band's new album, Ungrateful.
By now it should be no surprised to you that we're huge fans of Dikembe around these parts. I first fell in love with the band when I heard its four-song debut, Chicago Bowls, a few years ago; its energized take on anthemic indie/emo/punk with heart-on-sleeve lyricism brought in many fans. So I'm beyond stoked to be premiering the remastered version of the band's fantastic EP - you can stream it in the replies or at the band's AP.net profile. After you hear how much better Chicago Bowls sounds, make sure to pre-order the 7" from Tiny Engineshere.
Perfect Organ Assembly is the ten song debut from Wall Of Ears, the new project from As Cities Burn members, Cody Bonnette and Christopher Lott. The album will drop on June 25th on vinyl /CD/digital via Broken Circles. Preorders will launch on May 7th with an exclusive tshirt design. Head to the replies to watch the video for "Autosky." Track listing is below.
1) Heavy Hologram
3) Great Big Birth
4) Miss Earth
5) Cancel Features
6) Mind Of Moss
7) Arms Heist
8) Task You
9) Ravage Holy Ohm
10) The Tale
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend for other viewers? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. Check out rdio or spinner for album streams of new releases.
The Classic Crime have posted a brand new music video for "What I'd Give Up", which you can view in the replies. The video was shot on three iPhone 5's, while the band was on a recent tour stop in Las Vegas, NV. You can purchase the band's current album, Phoenix, here.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit have added guitarist Sadler Vaden in preparation for their upcoming summer tour--dates are in the replies. Isbell releases his second solo album Southeastern on June 11 via Thirty Tigers.