Death Grips will release a new album titled Bottomless Pit. They have released an announcement video featuring the late actress Karen Black. You can see that in the replies. More info and weirdness to come.
Mariage Blanc, who released one of my favorite records of the year in the form of their achingly beautiful No Autobiography, have released a music video for album stand-out "Bloodlines." Hit the replies to see the video and check out No Autobiography if you're at all a fan of early Death Cab For Cutie material.
Panic! At The Disco's new album, Death of a Bachelor, will be released on January 15th. The album can be pre-ordered on iTunes and a new song, "Emperor's New Clothes," can be heard in the replies.
02) Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time
04) Emperor's New Clothes
05) Death of a Bachelor
07) LA Devotee
08) Golden Days
09) The Good, The Bad And The Dirty
10) House of Memories
11) Impossible Year
Before The Streetlights have signed to Antique Records. Westward releases December 11th - you can pre-order it. A preview of first single "Goodnight, Goodbye" is in the replies. The full version releases October 28th.
Into It. Over It.'s set times have changed at Fest. He will now be playing solo instead of full-band.
This message is difficult to write, but I need to address the scheduling changes regarding Into It. Over It.'s set times at The Fest and why they have switched from being full band to me playing solo. Let me begin by saying the guys who play in IIOI, who have devoted countless hours and years of their lives to be in this band, are my best friends. These are people I would do anything for. I have their backs and they have mine. In the recent weeks leading up to Fest it had come to my attention that the mental and emotional health of one of the members was/is not exactly where it should...
French hardcore/screamo outfit Birds In Row have released a music video for "Can't Lie." The track appears on their split with WAITC, which is out now on 10" vinyl via Throatruiner Records. It's in the replies.
Savages will release their second album, Adore Life, on January 22nd via Matador Records. Hit the replies for the artwork and video for first single "The Answer".
“We've observed our audience all around the world and noticed that something is happening. People want to be pushed to do good, or to be good, or just to feel good. We wanted a very intense video, that felt like banging your head against the wall, focusing on our audience: a portrait of our crowd, an homage to music lovers and the good people who are coming to gigs and shouting their lungs out, or just smiling at the back. We were touched by them every night, and wanted to get their message out there: loud guitar music is still...
Having received notices from Victory objecting to the release of the infringing Toh Kay album, Kalnoky informed the label that the band considers itself no longer bound by the 2002 agreement, according to the complaint. Victory seeks more than $1 million in damages for the band's failure to deliver a fourth studio album, pursuant to its record contract, and damages for copyright infringement.
Travis Barker of Blink-182told NME that the band has recorded recorded five songs with Matt Skiba, including new track "Punk Rock Cliché."
"Matt’s killing it," Barker told NME. "He’s fun to play with and write with. We’re just getting started but I think we’ve got like four or five songs right now that I’m really, really happy with. There’s a song called 'Punk Rock Cliché' which I love the most right now. It's about friends of ours and their relationships."