Three Man Cannon (the new band from former Tigers Jaw members Dennis Mishko and Pat Brier) is streaming its new LP, Pretty Many People, in full - check it out in the replies. It comes out May 27 via Lame-O Records and you can pick it up here. The group's tour with Kite Party begins tomorrow in Brooklyn and those dates are all in the replies.
Requiem for the Dead (featuring the former singer of I Am Ghost) have posted the first new song off their upcoming album, The Unexplainable Truth. The song titled "Say Hello to the Devil for Me" can be streamed in the replies.
First, lets look at how often a song is skipped within the first five seconds of play. I call these quick skips. The likelihood that a song will be skipped within the first five seconds is an astounding 24.14%. Nearly one quarter of all song plays are abandoned in the first 5 seconds. The likelihood that a song will be skipped within the first thirty seconds rises to 35.05%. The chance that a song is skipped before it ends is a whopping 48.6%. Yes, the odds are only slightly better than 50/50 that a song will be played all the way to the end.
Ronnie Radke has released "Who Can Stop Us?" for free if you sign up for his newsletter - it's in the replies. The song features Deuce (formerly of Hollywood Undead) and will be on Radke's mixtape, Watch Me.
Dia Frampton has started a new project called "Archis" with film composer Joseph Trapanese. A new song called "Blood" from their eponymous EP, as well as an interview with Frampton, is streaming at The Music Ninja.
Justin Warfield, formerly of She Wants Revenge, has remixed Nova Rockafeller's "1990s" - it's in the replies. The remix features Hot Karl and is his first song in over a decade. This remix is part of a series of remixes that will be released over the coming weeks and is the follow up premiere to the Nothing and Nobody (Mark Hoppus and Chris Holmes) remix.
Museum Mouth will release its third proper full-length, Alex I Am Nothing, on Self Aware Records later in May. You can hear a new song titled "Alex Impulse" over at Stereogum. Pre-orders are also available.