When I was younger I did. I was like, “Oh. Wow. Some people are harsh.” I’m really excited for this whole album to come out because we released one song out of sixteen and that one song – of course there are going to be people that compare me to my dad and to Green Day. Yeah, our influences include Green Day. It makes sense; I grew up listening to my dad. So I grew up listening to the same stuff he listened to. What I just want people to know is that some people go to work with their dads and some people go fishing...
Soundsupply has released their next 'drop' -- the site's eighth one. Soundsupply is a new website that bundles together a bunch of digital albums - all for one price. This Drop features their very first exclusive album. The new band Dark Rooms (featuring Daniel Hart) has offered the site the honor of premiering their album in this Drop before the actual street date. Check out a video explaining the new drop in the replies.
1) STRFKR - Miracle Mile (Polyvinyl Records)
2) Jamaican Queens - Wormfood (Self-released)
3) Tera Melos - X'ed Out (Sargent House)
4) Jenny O - Automechanic (Holy Trinity Records)
5) Fort Atlantic - Fort Atlantic (Dualtone Records)
Joe Pug has joined the roster for the 2013 Nelsonville Music Festival in Nelsonville, OH. Other headliners include Wilco, Cat Power, Gogol Bordello, Sharon Van Etten and Calexico to name a few. The festival kicks off on May 30.
Today we're streaming the new album from Century Media Records' Heart In Hand. Almost There is a punishing mixture of modern metalcore and the pissed off aggression of hardcore. The UK act follows in the step of fellow UK acts such as Your Demise and Bury Tomorrow. Stream Almost There in the replies.
Years ago, we fell in love with a charming indie band by the name of Sherwood. Sadly, they are no longer with us, but we can still hear the fantastic vocals of singer Nathan Henry on his new project, The Begging Sea. Today, we are premiering the official video for the first single, titled "Lightly Stepping," and it's super dope. The song is off his upcoming album, which you can pre-order here. In the meantime, head down to the replies, check out the video, and let us know what you think.
In the replies you can watch a video of Daft Punk unboxing its upcoming album, Random Access Memories, aboard a spaceship (because of course). The duo also teases a couple seconds of album opener "Give Life Back To Music."
In the video in the replies, Chino Moreno of Deftones talks about the possibility of releasing Eros (the record the band was working on when bassist Chi Cheng had his accident), saying it may be "more appropriate now."