After The War On Drugsfinally commented on Mark Kozelek's one sided feud with the band, Mark has already responded in typical douche fashion. He has released audio of him "covering" Adam Granduciel's remarks while playing a blues riff and laughing like a child after every comment. If you have any respect left for the man and feel like losing it, you can stream the audio here.
Ivadell will release its new Flow digitally on November 18th via Broken Circles. Today we are streaming a new song from the EP titled "Breaking Light." If you dig Quicksand, Balance, and the like then this is for you. Check it out in the replies.
Even though two members left A Skylit Drive, the band is going to continue on. They've announced that they will be re-doing their last album, RISE, as an acoustic release called RISE: ASCENSION, which will be out in January. The band also announced that they have started working on a new album to be released next summer. You can find a video from the guys in the replies.
The crazy-rad PUP the Band played an absolutely raucous set this past Friday at Austin's Red 7. The show was preceeded by locals, Borzoi, California's Hard Girls, and many drinks. A good time was had by all. Check out photos in the replies, as well as a link to the full, drunken gallery.
Marvel has announced a slew of movies for their universe from now until we're all retired. Hit the replies to see all of them (including the DC movies) and plan the next 6 years of your comic book character loving lives accordingly.
I mean, to be fair to that idiot, what he said in that songÖ I didnít really have a problem with any of it until I heard the song. First of all, he never met us, and yet said all these things. Heís such a douche. I asked somebody if I could get his e-mail, because I wasnít trying to start this stupid Twitter thing, I was just bummed. I went to a mutual friend who explained that he wouldnít give out his e-mail address. So I just got an e-mail through this friend that said ďMark wants to come to the...
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Cancer Bats signed with New Damage Records and will release a new record called Searching For Zero on March 10th. A lyric video for a new song called "Arsenic in the Year of the Snake" can be found in the replies.
Fest 13 is taking over Gainesville, Florida this weekend so hereís a list of bands you should probably check out if you're attending. These picks could be a little obvious, but this is my first time going and Iím traveling all the way from an isolated Canadian city called Winnipeg, a place American punk bands usually skip on tours. Who are you excited to see? Feel free to leave your picks in the replies because Iím definitely open to some last minute suggestions.
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
The first person to reply to this thread (and has the means to attend) will win a pair of tickets to see Bad Luck at The Foundry in Cleveland, OH this Wednesday, October 29 as part of current their tour with Let It Happen.
Speaking with The Fader, electronic producer Jamie xx has revealed that his debut solo record is just about finished. He also says that the third full length album from his main band, The xx, is "coming."
Circa Survive's music video for their new song "Schema" can be seen in the replies. You can also pre-order the band's new album, Descensus, which will be releases on November 24th via Sumerian Records.
Atlanta's Slowriter has a sound that features a unique flow of all sorts of sounds, clips, and vocals. King of the Void is available tomorrow via Autumn+Colour but you can stream it in the replies now.
A fan has written in to say that he noticed at recent Brand New shows that GoPros were being used throughout the show to record the performance. More fans have confirmed this on Reddit. No word on what the footage could be used for yet.
Over the weekend, The Decemberists's frontman, Colin Meloy, took to the streets to play new songs on a street corner in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They tweeted this picture, which appears to be the album artwork for the upcoming album What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World.