Eyes Set To Kill have announced their new album, entitled Masks. It's due out on September 17th on Century Media Records in the US, and on September 23rd in Europe. A new song called "Lost and Forgotten" can be heard in the replies.
From Indian Lakes have released a live studio session of "Stay Outside" - watch it in the replies. Seriously. Do it. One of my favorite bands, who released my favorite record of 2012. Their remaining tour dates with Tallhart are in the replies.
Jocelyn's music video for their new single, "Miss America," can be seen in the replies. Today is also the last day of the band's kickstarter, which has surpassed the $17,000 mark and is approaching on 500 backers.
Red City Radio is looking for some participants for an upcoming video shoot on July 28th. No album has been announced yet, but they're shooting a new video for a new song, so make your own conclusions.
Head to Punknews.org to watch Envy's live video for "A Warm Room." The video comes from their new 14xLP / 2xDVD / 100-page book set titled Invariable Will, Recurring Ebbs and Flows, which is out today via Temporary Residence.
Invariable Will, Recurring Ebbs and Flows is a limited-edition super-deluxe box set that collects every song ever recorded by Envy (95 songs in total) across 14 vinyl LPs, all remastered for vinyl in 2013. Each record is housed in its own full-color jacket, featuring all new artwork. Also included is a brand new, previously unreleased 100-minute DVD, a DVD data disk packed with all 95 songs in high-quality MP3 format, and a 100-page coffee table book featuring...
"No question, people are going to be listening to this new music, and the two of them will go on to make more worthy music, even if they're apart," he wrote. "That said, my number one hope is forgiveness and reconciliation for the two of them. One of the most satisfying and uniquely human actions is the ability to forgive and receive forgiveness. It's sets the stage for a thousand do-overs. Like a lot of people, the two of them singing together is one do-over I'd pay big money to hear and see."