Pallbearer will be heading across North America this October. Head to the replies to find out where to catch them. Their new album, Foundations of Bourden, will be released on August 19th via Profound Lore Records.
Amber Pacific has revealed the track listing for their new album, The Turn.
01) Undone (feat. Mike Herrera)
02) Young Love
03) When I Found You (feat. Alex Gaskarth)
04) Next To Me (feat. Darianne Westcott)
05) Safe For Now
06) I'll Beat The Odds
07) Don't Let It Fall Through
08) You Get What You Get
09) Who You Are
10) Would You?
Hit the replies to listen to another new track from alt-J's forthcoming album, This Is All Yours. Read what the band had to say about the track "Left Hand Free" below too:
Speaking about the new track, they have called it "the least Alt-J song ever", written to appease their American label who didn't think the recently released 'Hunger Of The Pine' was a "big single". Discussing 'Left Hand Free' in The Guardian, they say the song was written in 20 minutes and is based around a "joke riff" that frontman Joe Newman started playing one day.
Drummer Thom Green says of the track: "I tried to make the drums as cliched as possible, there's none of my personality in it". Newman adds:...
This past Saturday, I got to see Brand New put on one hell of a set on their summer run with Into It. Over It. and Dinosaur Pile-Up at The Pageant in St. Louis. Hit the replies to read the full review of the show.
Unlike most bands that take their sweet time between releases and tours, Brand New never seem to run the risk of fading into irrelevancy, it just makes their fans hungrier.
Back in April, we debuted a song from Nebraska pop-punk act No Tide titled "Where We Went Wrong." Since it was so well-received, we're now premiering the band's music video for the track. Head to the replies to watch it. If you like what you hear, you can pick up their new EP, Daydream, from Take This to Heart Records.
Since it's officially Monday on the east coast, I can't think of a better way to start the week. We're all products of the social media age, so we know what it's like to be bombarded with concert invites, band spam and unrealistic expectations from local bands. Jump to the replies to watch a hilarious video that pretty much sums up most of our lives working in the music industy.
One of the most underrated voices to emerge from the scene is back. David Cook (ex-My Favorite Highway) has released a new song under the group The Spacies. Hit the replies to stream their newest song, "Out Of Time."
Wild Party will release their debut album, Phantom Pop, on October 7th via Old Friends Records. You can stream their lead single, "When I Get Older" in the replies.
01) When I Get Older
03) Life’s Too Short
04) Take My Advice
05) Connect The Dots
07) Chasin’ Honey
09) Nicely Done
10) New Light
11) Lo-Fi Children
12) First Two Days With You
I write songs for people via this website Downwrite. I wrote this one at the request of a wonderful guy named Brandon for his wife Kathy. The song tells the story of their intercontinental struggle for love, as told through some of their favorite TV characters. Shout out to Walter White.
David Gilmour's wife Polly Samson saysPink Floyd will release a new album titled The Endless River on October. Recording originally began during recording sessions for 1994's The Division Bell but was recently reworked. No word on if Roger Waters will be involved, but it seems unlikely.
Btw Pink Floyd album out in October is called "The Endless River". Based on 1994 sessions is Rick Wright's swansong and very beautiful.
At the Montreal, QC stop of Warped Tour, a security guard threw a crowd member to the ground during The Story So Far's set. Will Levy and Parker Cannon stop playing and intervene to help, along with Alan Day of Four Year Strong. Video is below - occurs at the 40 second mark.
Blink-182's Travis Barker recently got his Rolls-Royce Wraith "murdered out." I'm no where near cool enough to know what that phrase means, but there's a photo over here of a car I'd be afraid to breathe on for fear of scratching it. Some more of his collection can be seen here.
MxPx's It Came From Bremerton was released on VHS in 2000, I remember purchasing it from a Sam Goodie or something like that. It's now been uploaded in full to YouTube, so check that out in the replies.
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Welcome back to AbsolutePlaylist! In case you missed it, we started a discussion yesterday about our favorite Independence Day songs. Today, we're proud to present "America, an AbsolutePlaylist." Check it out in all its American glory (in both Rdio and Spotify renditions) in the replies, and have a great 4th of July!
I think it requires more work, but it always should have required more work. There was a brief period of time around a century long when the music industry got involved and figured out how to cater to the laziness of musicians. And we are innately lazy because we’re artists. There are people who work nine to five jobs thanklessly and don’t complain about it ever, and then there’s musicians, a lot of whom are receiving these giant advances from multi-conglomerate companies and essentially getting smoke blown up their ass and they feel like they’re the new Beatles, or at least trying to achieve that.
Listen to Max Bemis of Say Anything discussing "Push," "The Shape Of Love To Come," and "Boyd" off Hebrews below via PropertyOfZack. Next, he talks about "A Look," "Lost My Touch," and "Nibble NIbble" on Purevolume. Here is "John McClane," "Six Six Six," "Judas Decapitation." You can also check out our track by track videos.
Happy 4th of July holiday-weekend to everyone in the states, and happy just regular end of the week to everyone else. This week marks the 40th episode of the AbsolutePunk Podcast. Topics this week include: Brand New are in the studio (we have proof!), Upon a Burning Body hit a new low in "promotion," the staff's middle of the year top album list, and we end the podcast talking about Anberlin and how their final album holds up and acts as a bookend to the band's career. The episode can be streamed and/or downloaded below.
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It’s with great regret that we announce the departure of Tim Arnold. We part as nothing but the best of friends and wish nothing but the best for him. This has been a difficult and mutual decision, largely based on Tim’s recent move to Atlanta in order to start a family.
Good Old War is currently in midst of making what we think is our most exciting album to date, including some songs that Tim has written with us. We’ll be recording them in Nashville next month and will soon announce a Pledge campaign, where we hope to let you in on the making of the album, every step of the way. We hope to be on...
Handguns will be chatting on the site next Monday at 7pm EST. Swing by to talk to them about their new album, Life Lessons, their upcoming tour with Hundreth and Counterparts or whatever you like. And if you haven't already, go stream Life Lessons over on Substream.