Max Bemis and Sherri DuPree-Bemis recently gave a little house tour to A Beautiful Mess. The blog also premiered a new Perma song titled "Let's Start A Band" (along with two previously released songs). The record will hit stores on October 29th.
Hit the replies to watch Rise Against's new video for "Historia Calamitatum Moto X Gloria," featuring top moto-x and BMX athletes in Crusty Demons of Dirt. The video comes from Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000-2013.
Braidedveins (The Swellers) will release their debut EP, Future/Forever, on December 21 via Save Your Generation Records. The artwork can be seen in the replies. If you missed it, you can listen to the first single here.
01. Watch Carefully
02. How Did You Imagine the End?
03. Some Fundamental Questions on the Nature of Being
04. The Future Lasts Forever
05. The Nature Cruise of the Century!
06. On the Limits of Tomorrow
07. To Whomever Finds This Document:
Today we're bringing you a brand new track from Oklahoma City punks Red City Radio. Head to the replies or the AP.net profile to listen to "The Silence Between," which happens to be the closing track off of Titles, which drops on October 15th through Paper + Plastick. If you like what you hear you can pre-order the record right now.
After nearly a year of coming to terms with our heartache, we finally feel ready to announce publicly what we have thought privately for some time. We can no longer continue making or performing music as Lostprophets. Your love and support over the past 15 years has been tremendous, and we'll be forever grateful for all you've given us. As we look forward to the next phase of our lives, we can only hope to be surrounded by people as devoted and inspiring as you guys have been.
Today we're premiering a new track from Front Porch Step entitled "Run Away." It comes from the Ohio-based solo act's Pure Noise debut Aware. The acoustic act utilizes "heart on his sleeve" lyrics that showcases his ability to create easily relatable lyrics for the listener. Listen to "Run Away" in the replies. It is available for pre-order.
Seaway are all set to release their debut full length, Hoser, on October 15th via Mutant League Records. To give you a taste of the album, we are excited to premiere "The Weight," featuring Silverstein's Shane Told. Check it out on their AP.net Profile or in the replies. The track is sure to be a fan favorite off the album. If you like what you hear, be sure to pre-order the album or get it on iTunes.
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.
Well, I thought it was sooner than it was, but I was told (and I forgot about this) when I was doing The Color Spectrum, I did a living room tour on my way out to start recording one of the EPs. At one of the acoustic shows, somebody asked me something and my response was, “I’d really love to do a symphony.” It’s always kicked around in my head, but I’ve always been aware of my ignorance. I always knew that, “Ok, now’s not the time. I don’t know enough now.” Finally, during the The Color Spectrum show that we played, I had to force myself...
PureVolume recently inteviewedTouché Amoré's Jeremy Bolm about the band's new album, how he deal with critics, and why he's still so passionate about underground music and the culture surrounding it.
It blows my mind that the generation gap isn't even that big, but a kid will come in to buy a Code Orange Kids record and I'll be like, "Oh, Deathwish has reissued the first Cursed record," and they'll have no idea what that is. I won't let them buy the Code Orange Kids record if they don't get the Cursed record first because I think it's important for them to know where the bands they like now come from. The fact that a lot of kids hadn't heard Modern Life Is War blows my mind because if...
On My Honor will be releasing an acoustic EP featuring tracks from their last release I Never Deserve The Things I Need. It is available for pre-order. Track listing is below and their tour dates with Veara and The Swellers are in the replies.
2. I Never Deserve the Things I Need
3. Gypsy Summer
4. Indrid Cold
Lauren Mayberry (vocalist for CHVRCHES) has written an excellent op-ed for The Guardian discussing why she will not tolerate online misogyny. It's a must-read article on a very important topic in today's society.
What I do not accept, however, is that it is all right for people to make comments ranging from "a bit sexist but generally harmless" to openly sexually aggressive. That it is something that "just happens". Is the casual objectification of women so commonplace that we should all just suck it up, roll over and accept defeat? I hope not. Objectification, whatever its form, is not something anyone should have to "just deal with".
The only thing more exciting than pumpkin spice everything and horror movie events is October's insane slate of upcoming releases. Remember when I thought the month of September was going to be insane? Yeah, just kidding. There are a ton of stellar releases that span all genres in October, which will give music fans plenty of options to sort through for their end of year lists during the scarce months of November and December. So check out my most anticipated albums for the month of October in the replies and let us know what you're really excited for in the spookiest month of 2013.
Dustin Kensrueblogged about why he opted to write a worship record and how it differs from previous songwriting efforts. His new record, The Water & The Blood, is available today.
I understand that in this form, these truths might have a glare to them that could be unpleasant for some at first glance. But I would encourage anyone who has been challenged or provoked by my songs in the past to listen to the new album in light of the framework I’ve outlined above.
On October 22nd, Cleveland's Signals Midwest will release one of my favorite punk albums of 2013 - the stellar Light On The Lake. But before that happens, we are premiering a new song (and one of my favorites from the LP) today titled "San Anselmo" in the replies. Intricate guitar riffs are woven into the fist-pumping nature of the song, as it is a song that'll make you turn the volume up to 11. After you fall in love with this song, make sure to pre-order the record from Tiny Engines and/or pick up a digital download for $5 from Bandcamp.