1. Wild Heart
4. I Wanna Get Better
5. Wake Me
6. Reckless Love
7. Take Me Away Ft. Grimes
8. Live A River Runs
9. You’re Still A Mystery
10. I’m Ready to Move On/Wild Heart Reprise Ft. Yoko Ono
11. Who I Want You To Love
Hit the replies to watch a video interview with Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion and Epitaph Records from peta2. There's also a contest up to win a prize pack on their website.
"I really feel that animal rights [is] the next great rights movement," Gurewitz says. "It's early days, and a lot of people don't really understand how profound the change is going to be. But that was also the case with women's rights and civil rights. One of these days, you're gonna hear a president of the United States speak in favor of animal rights."
Mae will be celebrate The Everglow's 10th anniversary by performing the album in its entirety. The first three shows will take place in January, with details in the replies. The band has also announced that Destination: B-Sides will be coming to vinyl in the near future via Spartan Records.
[O]n Wednesday, July 16 in Washington, D.C., Paramore and Neon Trees will be headlining the WPC 2014 Partner Celebration. We’ll be having a “party in the park” adjacent to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, featuring both bands in an outdoor festival-style setting.
It's no secret that bands like Brand New and Manchester Orchestra are among this website's favorites. So it makes sense we'd premiere a song by Young and Heartless, a band whose sound is strongly influenced by those two, while still sounding like its own entity. "Tomorrow's Problems" is a highlight off their upcoming The Pull Of Gravity, and it can be streamed in the replies.
You can check out the lyric video for Rise Against's new single, "I Don't Want to Be Here Anymore," at Guitar World. It's off the band's upcoming new album, The Black Market, which hits stores on July 15th.
The AV Club's year-long article series Fear of a Punk Decade has finally made it's way to 1999, and the article details the rightfully praised Jimmy Eat World masterpiece, Clarity (among other 1999 albums). Check it out and leave your thoughts on both that year in punk and the album in the replies.
Being from Denver, I felt an extra sting when I heard Clarity’s obvious ploy for radio play, the single “Lucky Denver Mint.” At the same time, I had to admit, “What a goddamn song.” It’s as if Joshua Tree-era U2 had somehow mated with all my favorite melodic emo bands of the ’90s, from Christie Front Drive to Texas Is The Reason. The difference was, most of those bands had hit a brick wall,...
Park will release a three-song EP titled Jacob the Rabbit - the first new material in eight years - on July 15th via Bad Timing Records. Pre-orders and a song premiere are coming next Tuesday. In the interim, you can watch a teaser video in the replies.
You may rememberKiven from around 2012 when they released their Step EP. Well, their debut self-titled album is out now. Today we are premiering a live version of "I Can Take It," recorded live at EastWest Studios in Hollywood and produced by Tony Hajjar, the man behind At The Drive-In's arrangements. Hit the replies to watch the video.
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
Stephen Christian of Anberlin has made a Tumblr where he will post the lyrics to all of their songs and give brief explanations about each.
I have been noticing a lot of lyrics from our records online that have been inaccurate. I thought I would create a tumblr to briefly explain the songs and give the actual lyrics. I only have the first three records up but I will finish the rest soon.
More than eight years after the band first graced a Billboard chart, alt/pop trio Paramore scores its first No. 1 on an airplay ranking, as "Ain't It Fun" lifts 2-1 on Adult Pop Songs. The coronation is the song's latest honor, as it became the band's first Billboard Hot 100 top 10 (reaching No. 10) on the May 24 chart.
Cove Reber has posted up his thoughts on Saosin's reunion show on his blog.
Last night I got to be a part of the crowd and watch my favorite band of all time play the songs I fell in love with 10+ years ago. I could not be more grateful to share my first time seeing Saosin with everyone in attendance. What you did for me last night will never be forgotten or lost. Everywhere I went with Saosin I made sure that people knew… I am from San Diego. The roles got reversed last night and you put me on your shoulders and gave me the best honor I could have ever asked for. I felt the love and appreciation of every kid who’s life I changed with the songs I am so blessed to say I was a part of. I...
Today we're teaming up with Purevolume and PropertyofZack to bring you the album stream for Ghost Town's new album The After Party. If you hit the replies you'll be able to stream the album and read a short commentary on three songs from album. Hit up Purevolume and POZ to read about the rest of the tracks. Like what you hear? Buy the album on iTunes or from the band's webstore.
Illustrations will release a new digital EP called Acts Of God later this summer. The release will be one of a handful of new releases out this year, followed by upcoming August US tour dates. More information will be announced soon.
Today we're super excited to bring you a new song from the always fantastic Lakes. Jump to the replies to stream, "1992," which is off the band's upcoming album, Fire Ahead, that will be released on July 22nd. Once you get done listening, head over to the band's site to download the track for free.
We've partnered up to give you a chance to see Beartooth on Warped Tour. The band is giving away two tickets to each stop of the tour. Just choose the date you want and enter to win between now and July 28th. The band's debut album, Disgusting, releases tomorrow via Red Bull Records.