I always thought the Epitaph Christmas party would be awesome to attend ... but now that Ronnie Radke wants to have a "face to face" with Oli Sykes? Tickets to that would sell out faster than a Brand New show. I think both guys should have to wear different colored Christmas sweaters at this and make it a modern West Side Story.
Epitaph Records is streaming Survive This!'s new album on YouTube. This is the album that includes a song called "Pardon Me" which contains lyrical gems like, "just wait until I get my hands on you, bleed bitch bleed [...] I've never hit a woman but you're wearing me thin." I'm just going to say how I feel about this one: it's absolutely embarrassing that a label I have respected since a kid would put their name on this trash. Disgusting.
Survive This! will release its Epitaph debut, The Life You've Chosen, on October 29th. The record was produced by Ronnie Radke (of Falling In Reverse). The band also released a new song titled "Where I Belong," which can be streamed in the replies. The album is also available for pre-order.
1) Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
2) O Come All Ye Faithful
3) O Come, O Come Emmanuel
4) White Christmas
5) Little Drummer Boy
6) God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
7) What Child Is This?
8) Angels We Have Heard On High
9) American Jesus (Andy Wallace Mix)
Veara's new song "Growing Up Is Killing Me" featuring Soupy from The Wonder Years can be streamed in the replies. The song is on the Epitaph Summer Sampler that is being passed out for free on all dates of the Vans Warped Tour.
Letlive. will release The Blackest Beautiful on July 9th via Epitaph Records. You can find the track listing below and the album artwork in the replies. You can also pre-order the album on Interpunk.
01) Banshee (Ghost Fame)
02) Empty Elvis
03) White America's Beautiful Black Market
04) Dreamers Disease
05) That Fear Fever
06) Virgin Dirt
08) The Dope Beat
09) The Priest And Used Cars
10) Pheromone Cvlt
11) 27 Club