We are still reveling in the past over here, and it's time to spotlight some more lists from our earth-shattering Best of 2013 feature. Today I beg of you but also demand you check out the lists of the British mastermind himself Andy Biddulph and the staff's relative new guy Anthony Sorendino - Andy has loud on lock while Anthony is more of a wonderful mixed scene bag. And for some diversity, check out Brian Warren of Weatherbox's list and the gang from one of our favorite labels of the last one million years, Epitaph Records. Are you excited from looking at all of these lists? Has your Spotify overheated? Whoops!
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
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.
The Lawrence Arms will release Metropole, their sixth studio album, first for Epitaph Records and first in eight years, on January 28, 2014. The first song released from that album, "You Are Here," is streaming on Noisey (read an interview there, too) and in the replies.
We’re super excited to announce that the Lawrence Arms have signed to Epitaph. We went and visited them in LA, we had some laughs and some grilled cheeses. We talked to Brett underneath the original painting of the Against the Grain cover (awesome!) and we thought that, shit, what better way to come back from a long break than on the label that put out most of the records that got us into punk rock in the first place? You know what? That’s all true, but sheesh…why do we even need to explain this to anyone? It used to be, a band just made a move and people were left to whisper about what happened, why, how it’ll change shit etc. like a...
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.
You can check out our interview with Parkway Drivehere. The band is currently on a headliner overseas, and will come back to America in 2013. The band's brand new album, Atlas is out now on Epitaph Records.
We're really excited to work with Epitaph Records in bringing you a track by track breakdown for The Ghost Inside's brand new album, Get What You Give. Hit the replies to check out the first video in the series for the opening track, "This Is What I Know About Sacrifice", as explained by vocalist Jonathan Vigil. Be sure and catch the band on the Monster Energy stage on this summer's Vans Warped Tour, going on now.
You can stream a new song from The Ghost Inside called "Slipping Away" in the replies. Get What You Give comes out June 19 via Epitaph Records. You can also read Drew's preview of the album over in his blog.
Do yourself a big favor and hit the replies to check out a new track from The Ghost Inside, titled "Outlive." This track comes from their upcoming third album, Get What You Give, out June 19th on Epitaph Records.
Sorry this wasn't posted earlier in the week, but you can now download or stream the latest episode of Every Time I Die's pudcast (hosted by Dr. Andy Christ, M.D. and Steve "The Mad Man" Micciche, with a cameo from Jordan Buckley). It's two hours of absolute awesomeness.
Epitaph has scheduled a fundraiser to help out Jordan Pundik's (New Found Glory) mom. The event will be held tomorrow at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. Check the replies for more info on how you can help.
Epitaph Records has repressed three of Bad Religion's classic early material (How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, Suffer and No Control) on vinyl exclusively available through the label's merch store. Each record has been limited to 300 copies, so make sure to get them before they're gone!
1. Machine 15
2. Done Is Done
4. Vicious Circle
5. Broken World
6. Come On
8. Who's Laughing Now
9. Brand New Game
10. Ducks & Drakes
11. Turnkey Paradise
12. Route One
13. Danger For Stranger
14. Saved By Hell
15. End Piece