Placeholder (now featuring ex-I Call Fives bassist Drew Conte) and Sleeping Weather will be releasing a split later this year via Escapism Records. You can stream a new Placeholder song, "Weird Place," on bandcamp.
Beach Slang will release their sophomore EP, Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street via Tiny Engines. The digital EP will be released September 30, while the vinyl 7" will be out October 28. Check out the cover art in the replies.
1. All Fuzzed Out
2. Dirty Cigarettes
3. American Girls and French Kisses
4. We Are Nothing
Louisville's The Foxery will be releasing their new record Unless on September 9th via Spartan Records. The band just released a new lyric video for their song "Broken Vessels", which you can view in the replies.
Anthony Green has released two new songs, "East Coast Winters" and "I'm Sorry for Everything I've Ever Done," on Bandcamp for name-your-own-price donations. All proceeds will go to the American Association of Suicide Prevention. The songs are available here, a statement is below and they're streaming in the replies.
I'm excited to share these two new songs with everyone. Music has always been my way of dealing with some of the loneliest and darkest times in my life and these songs helped me ring out some serious stuff that was going on in my head. I share them with you for free in hopes that if you are able you will help support the American association for suicide prevention. 100 % of...
If I didn’t want to do something, I wouldn’t do it. I choose to do a number of things because I have enough artistic space to do them all, but it is fascinating. I was talking to someone about it yesterday, about how you don’t see it with film and with books and other art. In those areas, I feel like people are very encouraged to do a lot of work, but I feel like in music there’s a little bit more of a “do what you’re doing and nothing else.”
We've successfully filled all 161 available spots in the 23 fantasy football leagues for this year's second AP.net Fantasy Football Challenge! We're on our way to raising around $3,000 for Shirts For A Cure this year. If you emailed us about participating, you should have seen a reply already -- make sure you check your spam folders if you haven't seen it yet. Just a reminder that everyone who was placed into a league has until tonight at midnight EST to make their $20 PayPal donation, and if there are any spots available because people don't donate, we'll make a post about it here on the homepage tomorrow! Email me if you have any questions.
Guess what? I have one more exclusive song premiere for you all today. If you haven't heard by now, Let It Happen is releasing their debut full-length, Cause + Effect, on September 9th via InVogue Records. We are streaming the second single, "Burst and Bloom," in the replies. Check it out and pre-order the record.
One Year Later's Life Between the Lies is now available on vinyl from Enjoy the Ride Records. Head to the replies to hear a track; fans of Underoath, Bring Me the Horizon and Of Mice and Men should enjoy it.
There is no doubt in my mind that Free Throw will become your new favorite band. The emo quintet hails from Nashville and will be releasing its utterly fantastic Count Your Lucky Stars Records debut, Those Days Are Gone, on September 16th. Today, we are very excited to premiere the first single from the album, "Two Beers In," in the replies. Cathartic and melodic, the song will cut right into your core and will refuse to leave your head. Check out the song in the replies and pre-order the record immediately.
Today we are premiering a new Cassavetes song titled "So Loud" in the replies. It's off the Philadelphia band's upcoming Black Numbers debut, Oh So Long, which you can pre-order now. Equally heavy as it is soothing, Cassavetes melodic rock and roll is suited for the basement as well as the arena.
Dear You have signed to Third String Productions and will release a new EP called I Can Only Blame Myself in October. New single "Castles" releases on August 20th via idobi Radio.
After a member's departure, Dear You thought that was the end. But it wasn't until a realization that they should cherish the memories with that member instead of giving up they decided to come back bigger and better than ever before with a more mature sound and realistic lyrics.
We have two pairs of tickets to Propagandhi's show this Sunday, August 17th at Webster Hall in New York City with War On Women and RVIVR to give away. The first two people to reply to this thread that have the means of attending will each get a pair.
1. The Haunting
3. Forever Stuck in Our Youth
4. Why Worry
5. Ancient History
6. Bleak December
8. Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing ft. William Beckett
9. Tomorrow ft. Jason Lancaster
10. Bad Guy
11. Miss Mysterious
People, yesterday we announced the second annual AP.net Fantasy Football Challenge. This is a thing where you get to play in a fantasy football league with members of all sorts of different bands from around our scene and help raise about $3,000 for Shirts For A Cure in the process! Read about it over here, and remember that you can start submitting your requests for whose league you would like to be in tonight at 7PM EST. We're looking forward to another really fun year so make sure you don't miss out!
1. Safety In Numbers
2. Peaks and Troughs
3. I Keep It Composed
4. Peace Sign
5. Night Terror
7. Bright Minds
8. A Part Of It
9. Moral Compass
10. Peace Of Mind