If you click here and fast forward to around 24:55, you can hear a new interview with Aaron Weiss of mewithoutYou on the band's new album, It's All Crazy! It's All False! It's All a Dream! It's Alright.
Want to hear a bit of the new Underoath live CD/DVD, Survive, Kaleidoscope, about a month before it releases? Download the new Tooth & Nail podcast for free on iTunes right here; it features part of a song from the upcoming CD/DVD, which hits stores on May 27th.
Tooth & Nail Records has their new podcast up featuring new songs from Hawk Nelson, Ivoryline, Children 18:3, Secret & Whisper, and more. It also includes a feature about Underoath and their live CD/DVD and their upcoming recording. Download the podcast here.
Tomorrow, The Bamboozle Podcast will be interviewing Ronnie of Red Jumpsuit Apparatus at 3 p.m. EST and Vinnie of I Am The Avalanche at 4 p.m. EST. Matt of The Starting Line will also be interviewed on Wednesday at 3 p.m EST. You can listen to these on the profile's music player. If you have questions, post them in the respective blogs.
Head to the replies to watch the first of many video podcasts from The Graduate. The band is heading into their home studio to work on an acoustic version of "The City That Reads," an alternate version of "Anhedonia," "Gunslinger" (b-side), and a Christmas song for FYE.
Tooth & Nail have posted their new podcast with special guest Josh Head from Emery. The podcast features new songs from the new Emery album I'm Only A Man as well as an interview with Josh. To download it, subscribe to the podcast here.
Crime in Stereo have made a new song entitled "Vicious Teeth" available for download via Bride Nine Records' initial podcast. The podcast is attainable here. The track is set to appear on the group's forthcoming release, Crime in Stereo is Dead, which is scheduled for release October 23rd via the label.
Click here to check out Quietdrive's latest podcast, in which the band quizzes a fan, their merch man Sexual J gives us the top 5 reasons why Valentine's Day is a BS holiday, we receive insight into Kevin's personal training program, and a clip of a new Melee song can be streamed. Don't forget to check out the band's new song "Pretend" on their AP.net profile.
In Episode 5 of his weekly podcast Geekscape, video director Jonathan London (Reggie and the Full Effect, Houston Calls, New Amsterdams, Punchline) talks with fellow video director Scott Culver (Hellogoodbye, A Wilhelm Scream, Hidden In Plain View, Over It) and his roommate Noah about movies, video games, comics and directing some of your favorite videos. Also, Jonathan professes his love for Elisa from Cobra Starship (before all the junk went down last week). He still loves her moves. And Scott still loves Ryan Key.