I'm very excited to share a brand new song off Too Close To Touch's upcoming debut record, Nerve Endings, which comes out March 24th via Epitaph Records. "Hell To Pay" deals with the difficult reality of the absentee father, a reality I've not only experienced, but one that many others have experienced as well. To drive it home, The Word Alive vocalist Telle Smith comes in to deliver one of the best guest vocal spots I've heard in a long time. If you liked what you heard, you can pre-order the record. Head to the replies to check out the song.
Jake Denning on 02/23/15 - 11:02 AM
Update: The chat is now complete. Thanks to Maika and Chris for stopping by for the past hour to talk with fans. Thanks for joining us today.

At 12pm PST, Maika and Chris from There For Tomorrow will be chatting in this thread with the usernames "MaikaTFT" and "ChrisTFT". We will also be premiering a brand new song from their upcoming Nightscape EP called "Lady In Black", which you can view in the replies. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order the EP here.
Jake Denning on 10/14/14 - 11:52 AM
Today we're excited to bring you a song off of Only On Weekends' debut EP, Light Years and Heavy Lifting. "The Prince of East 187th Street" is a mid-tempo, 90s influenced pop-punk jam sure to win over fans of Fireworks or Turnover. The EP is to be released on May 30th and the new song can be streamed in the replies.
Zac Djamoos on 04/29/14 - 03:01 PM
We're excited to premiere a brand new song from Fit For A King, a new band on Solid State Records. You can check out "Bitter End" in the replies, off the band's label debut Creation/Destruction, out on March 12th. You can pre-order the record here.
Jake Denning on 02/22/13 - 02:14 AM
A couple weeks ago we premiered the track listing and artwork of Broadway's upcoming record, Gentleman's Brawl. Well, as promised, today we have a new song. Head to their AP.net Profile or the replies to hear "Lawyered." This one definitley reminds me of The Used's latest work on Vulnerable.
Ryan Gardner on 05/22/12 - 05:30 AM
Today, we're bringing you a brand new song from recently reformed hardcore outfit Verse. The song, entitled "The Selfless of the Earth", is off of the bands forthcoming full-length Bitter Clarity, Uncommon Grace, available July 17th through Bridge Nine Records. Verse vocalist Sean Murphy has also given us his reflections on the song. Both the track and write up from Murphy can be found in the replies.
Jason Gardner on 05/17/12 - 02:39 PM
Today we are premiering a new Write This Down jam called "Red 7." Hit their AP.net Profile or the replies to stream it. The track comes from their upcoming sophomore record, Lost Weekend, available June 5th via Tooth & Nail Records. It's a little different than on their previous record self-titled record - it's rowdy and heavy - but I have a feeling fans will dig it.
Ryan Gardner on 05/15/12 - 05:38 AM
Today we're bringing you a new song from Dayton, Ohio's Cinema Sleep. The band just got finished recording with Kris Crummet (Tides of Man, Emarosa) and definitely have an Emery vibe - which is always a plus. Head to their AP.net profile or the replies to hear "Through This House."
Ryan Gardner on 05/09/12 - 07:21 AM
When I heard Jowls' first track off their upcoming Cursed EP last week, I was pretty floored. Featuring ex-members of Victor! Fix the Sun and Cloudmouth, the three piece packs a bigger punch than most bands twice their size. For fans of early Funeral Diner and Raein, the band's sound more so strikes your ears with a broad, blunt force a la Coalesce's fury. You can head to their profile to check out "Shamewalker," and if you like what you hear, be sure to snag a copy of the limited 10" before they sell out.
Adam Pfleider on 03/06/12 - 10:14 AM
Fresh out of Atlanta, Georgia, Namesake recently hit the studio with James Paul Wisner (Paramore, Underoath, New Found Glory) and are all set to release their debut record Borders & Fences. Today, we are happy to premiere the title track off the upcoming record. Hit their AP.net Profile or the replies to rock it.
Ryan Gardner on 02/23/12 - 06:02 AM
Today we are happy to premiere a new track from Belle Histoire called "Stay Awhile." Head to the band's AP.net Profile or the replies to hear it. Their upcoming EP, I Can Tell, comes out this Tuesday, February 14th via InVogue Records.
Ryan Gardner on 02/10/12 - 07:31 AM
You can hear the first new track from Circle Takes the Square here.
Adam Pfleider on 08/19/11 - 11:25 AM
Today I am very pleased to bring you the first track off of Weatherbox's upcoming Follow The Rattle Of The Afghan Guitar EP. Check out the band's profile to stream "Secret Muslim," and if you like what you've heard, you can pre-order the 12" over at Youth Conspiracy Records. Head to the replies and let us know about what this underrated - but fan-approved - band has to offer up this time. Fans of Criteria and early Manchester Orchestra should take notice.
Adam Pfleider on 08/17/11 - 06:04 AM
Aficionado is premiering "Falsified Inspiration" over at Filter Magazine.
Adam Pfleider on 07/12/11 - 12:17 PM
Today we're bringing you the title track off of Sainthood Reps' debut album out on Tooth and Nail August 9. Monoculture is ten tracks of noise, aggression and alternative throwback that's similar to the band's friends Balance and Composure and Daisy-esque Brand New. Head to the band's profile to check the song out, and hit the replies with what you think.
Adam Pfleider on 06/30/11 - 11:40 AM
Head here to check out a new Santah track, "White Noise Bed."
Adam Pfleider on 04/22/11 - 01:00 PM
The Scene Aesthetic did an exclusive song premiere today for the acoustic version of "If You're A Bird" here.
Christian Wagner on 02/24/11 - 02:42 PM
Have you guys been checking out Thursday performing Full Collapse all the way through? Excited about the new album? Anyone been fortunate enough to go on the bus and have a listen yet? On the 22nd, we'll be premiering "Past and Future Ruins" from the band's upcoming album along with my interview with Geoff Rickly about the new record. Album title and street date will be announced shortly.
Adam Pfleider on 01/31/11 - 11:25 AM
Before you head off into your glorious weekend of postseason baseball and football exuberance, plop your ears down and check out "Better Like This," a new track off The Sainte Catherines' new album Fire Works, out October 26th. The bands first album in four years, it has all the rhythm & melody of low-key alt-country with the shredding of a classic hardcore record. For fans of feisty French-Canadian punk rock with contemporary American punk influences (How Water Music, Dillinger Four), this will surely warm your insides like a hearty slice of pumpkin pie with the right amount of spices. Give the tune a listen or two and then go pre-order the record right here.
smoke4thecaper on 10/22/10 - 06:23 AM

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