In an interview with Punknews.org, bassist Brian Robinson revealed that A Wilhelm Scream's new record will be titled Partycrasher. The record was sent out to be mastered last week and artist Dave Kloc is currently in the final stages of finishing the artwork. It will be released on No Idea Records. The band hopes to have it out for their summer tour with The Flatliners.
Long rumored, now a reality: Google has launched their $9.99 a month on-demand music service.
Google just launched an on-demand subscription music service and Spotify competitor called “Google Play Music All Access”. It’s web and mobile interfaces feature millions of songs you can play instantly, personal recommendations, charts and playlists, and the ability to turn any song into an instant radio station. It launches today on the web and mobile in the US for $9.99 a month, comes with a free trial month, and early adopters get it for $7.99.
After Cursive's Tim Kasher tweeted incessantly about his love for Velveeta Cheese, the brand awarded Kasher with a "Liquid Gold" record - basically, it's Domestica, but made of Velveeta Cheese, framed like a gold record. Read about the awesome nonsense here, and check out a picture in the replies.
Drug Church will release Paul Walker on July 23rd via No Sleep Records. Listen to a new song titled "Donny's Woods" here, and pre-order the record here.
01) Thinking About Joining Drug Church
02) Reading Youtube Comments
03) Clifton Country
04) Shopping For a Belt
05) Donny’s Woods
06) Learning To Speak British
07) Attending a Cousin’s Birthday Party
08) Deconstructing Snapcase
09) Thrill Hill
10) Riding the Bus To Schenectady
Knoxville, Tennessee's On My Honor are poised to take their band to the next level using their upcoming release I Never Deserve The Things I Need as the catalyst. We've got new music for you and I'm confident that "Time To Heal" proves that On My Honor can easily hang with the big players in the genre. You can listen to "Time To Heal" in the replies and you can pre-order the record here.
Hit the replies to watch TV on the Radio performing a new song called "Mercy" this past weekend at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival in England. The band is currently working on their first record since the 2011 death of bassist Gerard Smith.
Elway will release Leavetaking on June 25th digitally and July 2nd physically through Red Scare Industries.
01) The Great Divorce
02) Salton Sea
04) One Flew East
05) One Flew West
06) Someday, Sea Wolf
08) Banned From Gun World
11) There Is A Line
12) Patria Mia (Room 20)
Razor & Tie has signed Deaf Havana. The band will release its new album, Old Souls, on September 17th. Watch the video for their new single, titled "Boston Square," in the replies.
01) Boston Square
03) Everybody's Dancing and I Want To Die
04) Subterranean Bullshit Blues
05) Night Drives
07) Speeding Cars
10) Tuesday People
11) Kings Road Ghosts
12) Caro Padre
In September our full-length album will come out. We just finished recording it. We've been working over the past six months, really. It'll be ready in September. We're very excited about it. It's actually going to be self-titled, because we couldn't really sum up the album with a name, so it's simply going to be called The 1975.
The Composure released their cover of Semisonic's "Closing Time" from their upcoming 90's singles collection Singled Out which will be available on iTunes June 18th. You can stream the song in the replies.
August Burns Red have released a brand new song, "Fault Line", off their upcoming album Rescue & Restore, which you can listen to in the replies. You can also check out pre-order options here. Be sure and catch the band on the Vans Warped Tour mainstage this summer. We'll have a new interview with vocalist Jake Luhrs, as well as a band chat here on the site in the next upcoming weeks.
Deafheaven are doing a headlining tour to promote their upcoming release, Sunbather, on June 11th via Deathwish Records. They will be playing the first few shows with Boris, then Marriages as support. Dates are in the replies.