Antique Records is having a Cyber Monday sale. All day long users can purchase a t-shirt and album of choice for $13, a crewneck and album of choice for $18, or a t-shirt/crewneck combo pack for $22.50. All orders will be delivered in time for Christmas.
Remember when we told you about North Side Kings vocalist/Danzig puncher Danny Marianino's book, Don't Ever Punch a Rockstar: A Collection of Hate Mail & Other Crazy Rumors? Marianino has self-published the effort, and it is now available for purchase. A portion of proceeds will be donated to an anti-bullying organization.
Today we're kicking off a brand new feature where we look back on some of the key releases that are approaching 10th anniversaries. Sum 41's Does This Look Infected? was released on November 26th, 2002 and to start we have an interview with Deryck Whibley, which gets some of his perspective on the release. Feel free to leave your own memories about this record in the replies. My personal memory can be found below.
Our friends over at Light and Noise just released video of Dikembe's set at Fest 11. It's about 14 minutes in length and the band plays a bunch of songs, including a new one they're working on for their next album. You can view the set in the replies.
Silverstein has announced its seventh studio record, This Is How The Wind Shifts. It's a concept album and will come out on February 5 via Hopeless Records. A new song called "Stand Amid The Road" can be streamed in the replies (there's also a teaser video) and the album can be preordered here. Preorder options include vinyl records, and a 7" box set consisting of eight 7" records that tell six stories, along with two other records called This is How and The Wind Shifts. These records are on single sided 7"s. A new tour has been announced as well, and all tour dates can be seen in the replies.
1. Stand Amid The Roar
2. On Brave Mountains We Conquer
3. Massachusetts... read more
Today we're streaming a Hit The Lights b-side track called "Alone But Not Lonely." The band, once again, never disappoints and delivers a solid track for our listening pleasure. Make sure to catch the band on tour with original vocalist Colin Ross this December! Head the group's AP.net profile to listen to the track and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Johnny Minardi (Former A&R of Fueled By Ramen) is selling a bunch of rare vinyl from Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Panic! At The Disco and more. He's also donating part of the auction money to Hurricane Sandy relief. Check out what he has to offer and fill in your collection.
We've received exclusive word that Max Bemis and Sherri Dupree-Bemis have officially starting tracking Perma's full-length debut in Tyler, TX. The album is due out in 2013 and will be accompanied by touring and music videos.