Collective Confusion Records has released a new compilation album for Hurricane Sandy Relief called "Call To Arms". It features new and unreleased material from John Nolan, Geoff Rickly, The Republic Of Wolves, Miracle Of '86, and more. You can donate $4 or more to get the album plus 3 bonus tracks here .
01) Miracle of ’86 – We Keep You Honest (2003 Demo)
02) The Bothers – Beverly (Live At Arlene’s)
03) The Motel Life – Alva (Acoustic)
04) The Ugly Club - All I Have To Do Is Dream (Cover)
05) Les Vinyl - Excavate
06) Geoff Rickly - New Sympathies
07) John Nolan - I Don't Believe You (Demo)
08) Brendan Rivera - See You Around
09) The Republic of Wolves - Turning...
Today we're proud to bring you the lyric video for "Fear Inside Our Bones", the title track from The Almost's brand new album, out on June 11th on Tooth and Nail Records. When you pre-order the record here, you get the song "I'm Down". Head to the replies to check it out.
Today we're streaming "Enola" which is the title track to the new I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business. Enola comes out on June 11th on Rise Records and you can pre-order here. Ace will be playing as I Can Make A Mess at every date of this summers Van's Warped Tour on the Acoustic Basement stage. Listen to the track in the replies.
Behemoth have been forced to cancel their appearance on this summer's Mayhem Festival due to drummer Inferno requiring surgery.
Poland’s blackened death metal outfit BEHEMOTH have been forced to cancel their upcoming appearance on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival due to their drummer Inferno taking ill and requiring surgery.
The band’s front-man Nergal comments; "This must have been the most difficult decision we were forced to make in recent years. Behemoth is known for not canceling any shows or tours. But this is not something we can do when we are missing our driving force, the man behind the drums - Inferno. Unfortunately, he was hospitalized due to appendix surgery and...
Looking For Alaska have changed their sound style pretty drastically over their now three EPs. They went from being a folk/prog-rock influenced group on their first EP to a more raw, You Blew It!-like sound now. Today, we are bringing you the first taste of their upcoming EP, You And I Are Crashing, by premiering its title track. Check it out in the replies or on their AP.net Profile. If you're into stuff from Topshelf's artists with their 90s emo-ish influence, check this out.
Yelling out lyrics like “I’m finding new ways to burn” during “Disassemble” and being able to hear one of my favorite lines of last blasted in my ears as Carroll yelled, “You can click your heels until you wear holes in the floor / And realize that no place feels like home anymore” on the penultimate “Stay In The Sun”…these are moments you don’t forget. This is why live music is so incredible. This is why you need to see this band live, as it makes you appreciate their records even more – if you can even believe that.
Hailing from Akron, Ohio, Dead Leaves is the newest incarnation from several large local Ohio pop-punk bands. With a renewed sense of vigor and determination, the 5 piece went to Nick Diener of The Swellers who helped hone in their sound for the band's debut EP, Amend Regret, which will be released on June 22nd. Listen to "We Were Infinite" in the replies.
We've reached the end of "Wack Wednesdays," as The Lonely Island will be releasing The Wack Album this upcoming Tuesday. But the trio is going out with a bang, of course, with one last video. You can watch "Spell It Out" in the replies.
AltPress has posted part 2 of its interview with Falling In Reverse frontman, Ronnie Radke. This time, Ronnie discusses his relationships and being a father soon. Watch part 1 here if you missed it, and part 2 is in the replies.