Koji will have a special 7" for sale on the Acoustic Basement Tour, which kicks off today. It features a new song titled "Distance/Divide" and a cover of Evan Dando's "All My Life." It's limited to 300 copies, and it will not be available digitally.
After one of the crazier viral marketing schemes I've ever seen, it is finally winding down. Today we're lucky to premiere Shone's debut album, Heat Thing. Head to the replies to stream the album in it's entirety and be sure to keep posted to find out the band's official lineup next week. If you like what you hear, be sure to pre-order the album as well.
If you're a fan of heavier music, you do not want to miss this premiere today. We have an early stream of Barrow's stunning new album Though I'm Alone, a nine-track auditory assault that will leave you begging for more. If you're a fan of Pianos Become The Teeth, Loma Prieta, and the like, you will certainly adore Though I'm Alone. Stream it at the band's AP.net profile and pre-order the record here via Mayfly Records.
Just a friendly reminder to make sure you check us out on other social networks. We are on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Last.fm, and Rdio. The AP.net staff can also be found elsewhere online, this post highlights where. Show us some love.
I believe most of you are familiar with El Jefe Design. He's the man behind some of those classic The Gaslight Anthem poster designs, as well as other bands. Today we're giving away some of his prints and calendars. All you have to do to enter is post a design from his site that you like and explain why. Prize details are in the replies. Good luck!
Mark your calendars because Sleeping At Last will be chatting on AP.net next Tuesday at 7pm EST/6pm CST. Be sure to stop by and talk about his new EP, Darkness, the Atlas series or anything else you want!
Comeback Kid will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album, Turn It Around, by playing some shows with their original vocalist, Scott Wade. The dates announced so far - a European run - can be found in the replies, with U.S. and Canada dates to be announced. Facedown Records is also reissuing the album on limited edition vinyl; order it here.
Can't believe it's already been 10 years since we released Turn It Around, but as we all know, time flies. We thought it'd be cool to commemorate it with a few things, one of them being bringing Scott Wade back on vocals for some dates. We'll do a few shows and festivals playing songs off of Turn It Around as well as Wake The Dead in...
Today we're premiering Maker's music video for "Medina (West Coast)." If you don't remember, the band was in a devastating accident on tour, so this video features footage of the band before the incident. From my short time getting to know guitarist Eric Soucy, I can tell you this band has no quit in them. Head to the replies to watch the music video and leave your thoughts on it as well.
The final vinyl pressing of Something Corporate's Leaving Through The Window will go up for pre-order this Saturday on Andrew's webstore. The pressing is limited to 1000 and will be a clear variant. Enjoy The Ride Records also has a new variant for sale as well.
Today we are happy to exclusively premiere a new song from Frameworks, a fantastic new post-hardcore band from Gainesville, FL. The band gave us our first taste of its new EP, Small Victories, when it released "Old Chokes" earlier this month, but you can now check out the second song from the EP, "Sewn," in the replies or on their AP.net Profile. Small Victories will be out on February 12 and is recommended for fans of bands like Suis La Lune and Caravels. You can preorder the 7" here.
I'm giving away a pair of tickets to Further Seems Forever's show at the Gramercy Theatre next Friday, February 8th, in New York City. Just post your favorite song off the band's latest album Penny Black and why. I'll pick a winner later tonight.
Under The Gun recently interviewed William Control (Aiden) and talked about writing two novels, his upcoming solo album, and his band's new album.
There will be one more Aiden album, mainly because I feel I left things on such a cliff in the midst of finishing our contract with Victory (Records). And like I said, Iím not the same kid that started Aiden anymore, but I do love Aiden and jumping around on stage. Itís a young manís game though, and Iím not a young man anymore, you know? Warped Tour is a young manís game. I want to appease the audience that has been with me and followed us for so long, but at the same time I feel sort of like a liar singing those songs on stage that I wrote...
Night Birds will release a 4 song 7" titled Maimed for the Masses on May 7th through Fat Wreck Chords. The band will also be releasing a full-length later this summer and it will be released through Grave Mistake Records.
The fellas in Silverstein will be chatting with us on Monday, February 4th, at 8 PM EST (5 PM PST). They'll be talking about their current headlining tour as well as their killer upcoming album This Is How The Wind Shifts, which you can still pre-order here. See you then.
Today we're bringing you the exclusive premiere of Run, Forever's new video for "Basement." The song is off the band's excellent 2012 album Settling. It's a beautifully shot and edited video, so check it out in the replies. You can pick up Settlinghere via Tiny Engines.
Iron & Wine will release their new album, Ghost on Ghost on April 16th via Nonesuch Records. You can listen to a new song entitled, "Lovers' Revolution," in the replies.
01) Caught in the Briars
02) The Desert Babbler
04) Low Light Buddy of Mine
05) Graces for Saints and Ramblers
06) Grass Windows
07) Singers and the Endless Song
08) Sundown (Back in the Briars)
09) Winter Prayers
10) New Mexico's No Breeze
11) Lovers' Revolution
12) Baby Center Stage