Ebay Shitbirds Rejoice. This weekend in Hamilton we finished recording the first of the 4X7" series we're doing. 8 songs, including Rival Leaders (the Exploited cover we were playing at the January shows) and a redux of Standing By. They'll be limited to 400 (in honour of 400 Upper Sherman, a pivotal Steel City hardcore house of our youth). We're putting them out ourselves, they'll be available via subscription through A389, and they'll have all kinds of extra shit in them - stickers and patches and a poster that all 4 covers will make up. There'll be no digital version other than previews...
You can listen to Small Brown Bike track "My Unanswered Whys" here. The song originally appeared on a limited split with Cursive in 2001, and will be on the band's upcoming Recollected LP to be released on May 28th.
Rock For Justice will be releasing Songs For Justice this spring and they've released an image explaining where the proceeds are heading. The pre-order for this album will go live on April 17th and they also released a new song from Generationals, which you can stream in the replies.
You can stream a new Psy song titled "Gentleman" in the replies. He will be performing the new song for the first time in a YouTube live stream on April 13 at 5:30 a.m. EDT from the Seoul World Cup Stadium. I'm so sorry.
Today we're bringing you a featured stream of The Material's new album, Everything I Want To Say. The SoCal quintet's latest album was produced by Kyle Black and can be heard in the replies or over at the band's AP.net profile. It's available today, so pick it up here.
Highness (ex-Darkest Hour, Pg. 99, City of Caterpillar, Christine Front Drive) will release their debut album, Hold, on May 14th via Magic Bullet Records. Listen to their first track, "Gaea (Strings)," in the replies.
Fucking Invincible (members of Daughters, Dropdead and Soul Control) new 8-song EP, Downtown Is Dead, will be released on May 14th via Atomic Action Records and was produced by Jay Maas. Check out a new track titled "Too Much Black" here.