Chris Walla has announced his new solo album, called Tape Loops. The record, which is entirely instrumental, will release on October 16th through his label Trans Records. Check out the album art in the replies and you can hear a new song called "Kanta's Theme" here.
01 Kanta's Theme
03 I Believe in the Night
A Skylit Drive will release their 5th studio album ASD on October 9 via Tragic Hero Records. You can also see the album art in the replies.
01. Bring Me A War
03. Falling Apart In A (Crow)ded Room
04. Shock My Heart
05. Risk It All
06. Running In Circles
08. Symphony Of Broken Dreams
09. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
10. Find A Way
11. The Son Is Not The Father
Baroness will be releasing their new record, Purple, on December 18th. You can check out a new song titled "Chlorine & Wine" in the replies, as well as the (NSFW) album art.
02 Shock Me
03 Try to Disappear
06 Chlorine & Wine
07 The Iron Bell
08 Desperation Burns
09 If I Have to Wake Up (Would You Stop the Rain)
10 Crossroads of Infinity
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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.
This week's episode of the AbsolutePunk Podcast looks at the great american recipe: Coca-Cola Classic. Other topics include: Should rock music have more "music collectives," can we really believe bands when they say they're on "hiatus" these days, what we would do if we owned a label and a situation like what happened with Neck Deep occurred, 'Born to Run' turning 40, 'Everything in Transit' turning 10, and a preview discussion about The Wonder Years. Bonus topics: bikes, being an adult, and moving. The episode can be streamed and/or downloaded below.
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The Maine will be joining us to chat on the website on Monday (8/31) at 6 PM (PST). They're about to head out on their free tour (dates in the replies) so make sure to stop by to talk to them about that, their new album, and other things of that nature.
We’re happy to once again be a media partner for this year’s Riot Fest. We just wanted to remind everyone that the festival is happening this weekend in Denver (Aug. 28-30) while quickly approaching in Chicago (Sept. 11-13) and Toronto (Sept. 19-20.) You can find the latest lineups for each date here and be sure to keep your eyes open for coverage on AP.net next week too.
Billboard is reporting that Adele's much anticipated album may be coming in November.
Adele has been teasing the follow-up to her 2011 blockbuster, 21, for more than a year, but a new set of music may finally materialize this fall — the label is planning on a November release, Billboard has learned.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have unleashed their new, 80s-inspired song on the world (featuring legends like Kool Moe Dee and Melle Mel). You can hear "Downtown" on Spotify, while the duo are also expected to perform the song on this weekend's MTV VMAs.
The Saddest Landscape will release their new album, Darkness Forgives, on October 23rd via Topshelf Records. But before they release their new full length, the band will release a new 7" entitled, Souls Worth Saving, which will drop on September 25th containing one album track and one non-album track. You can stream the 7" title track over on The A.V. Club.
1. Once We Were Immortal
2. Souls Worth Saving
3. 'Til Our Ears Bleed
4. Trimmed and Burning
5. You Never Asked
6. All Grace Intact
7. The Fire Between Heartbeats
9. A Heaven of Amplifiers
10. Admitting You're Alive
A bizarre mix of Lovecraft and hip-hop history, Kanye West—Reanimator reimagines the classic story "Herbert West—Reanimator" with everyone's favorite petulant genius cast in the titular role. In it, Kanye West attempts to reanimate a moribund hip-hop scene, only to come to the conclusion that his music is so powerful, it should be used to reanimate the dead. And who better to reanimate than those two legendary...
The Daily Post is reporting that Neck Deep's Lloyd Roberts has gone to police and hired lawyers to "clear his name."
A guitarist from a Wrexham punk band who was accused of sending sex texts to a minor has contacted police and lawyers and vowed to clear his name. Lloyd Roberts, from Neck Deep, decided to step down from the band - whose most recent album charted in the Top 10 - after allegations were made last week. Today, he said he intended to fight the claims.