PureVolume is premiering a new The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus song titled "You Can't Trust Anyone These Days" here. The song is off the band's upcoming EP Et Tu, Brute?, which hits retailers on March 15th.
Sight vs. Sound (ex-This Providence) are back in action with new members and new music. They have started a kickstarter page to help fund their new EP, and have posted their first new song up on purevolume.
It’s weird, you know? Bronx (IV) is the first Bronx record in five years, so now people know us more often for the mariachi stuff, but we don’t care either way—it’s just one big musical output for all of us. We started the Bronx in 2002, and we very much love being in the Bronx. And the Mariachi El Bronx was a way of taking a break creatively. It kind of felt like we were hitting the wall a little bit after the third record, and we started El Bronx to keep our brain in some sort of electric shock and try a different kind of music. Something that was really cool and really important to LA. It ended up...
Watch Sugar Glyder's awesome new music video for "Lost In The Woods" on Purevolume (RIYL: Jukebox The Ghost, The Killers, Fun.). The song comes from their upcoming full-length, The Eyes: They See, produced by Steven Haigler (Brand New, As Tall As Lions, The Pixies) and due March 5.
PureVolume has posted an official Take Action Tour Playlist feature (along with video greetings from the tour from The Used and We Came As Romans) here. The playlist features 12 songs, with some rare tracks, some new tracks, and some old tracks from all of the bands on the tour.