Due to the the first two variants selling out in a day, The Menzingers have released another vinyl variant of the band's upcoming hotly anticipated album, Rented World. It's a a clear/white mix version limited to 1,000 copies and is available to pre-order.
You can check out Architects UK new video for "Broken Cross" in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming album, Lost Forever // Lost Together, which hits stores on March 11th and is available to pre-order.
Letlive.'s #whoisletlive viral campaign has lead to #youareletlive. The band will be taking pictures of the audiences at their upcoming shows and posting them on their social media sites. Afterward, they will select a few lucky fans to be a part of their forthcoming Renditions release.
Letlive. have released their first installment of an unofficial series dubbed "Renditions," which is a new way to listen to The Blackest Beautiful. The band will enlist some of their favorite vocal performers - one for each song. The first video features Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die singing on "27 Club." It's in the replies.
We presented them one song off of our latest album and asked them what they would do with a certain section if I (Jason Aalon) never sang in said section. We asked them to explore with free reign utilizing their particular style and prose. The point of this was not only to share our gratitude and adoration for other bands/artists, but to work with other artists...
Architects (UK) will release their new album, Lost Forever, Lost Together on March 11th via Epitaph Records. You can find the band's new music video for "Naysayer" in the replies.
03) Broken Cross
04) The Devil Is Near
05) Dead Man Talking
06) Red Hypergiant
08) Colony Collapse
09) Castles In The Air
10) Youth Is Wasted On The Young
11) The Distant Blue
Architects will be releasing their new album Lost Forever // Lost Together on March 11th through Epitaph. The first single, "Naysayer" will premiere next Tuesday. A preview trailer for the album can be found in the replies.
Well, thatís tough. Of course thereís irony. The irony, some would argue, is the best part of this album Ė the fact that a Bad Religion, with a crossbuster as their logo, is making a record of some of the most festive songs of the Christian holiday. But I donít only want the responsibility of the irony, because the truth of the matter is Christmas is not made ironic by Bad Religion. Itís made ironic by the secularism of modern society. You donít need to be a Bad Religion fan to make Christmas ironic. If you really talk about our intellectual heritage, Bad Religion is not ironic Ė modern society is...
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)