Waterparks have signed with Equal Vision Records. Their new song, produced by Benji Madden (Good Charlotte, 5 Seconds of Summer) and Courtney Ballard (5 Seconds of Summer, All Time Low), is up on iTunes.
“We’re super excited to be signed to Equal Vision Records. We’ve all been listening to EVR bands since 8th and 9th grade so actually joining the label’s roster is insane. We’ve always seen Equal Vision as a label that lets bands be as weird or experimental as they want to be, so we thought it was a great fit for us,” says vocalist Awsten Knight. “Also, Say Anything is on this label, so now Max Bemis kinda has to be friends with us. Hi Max.”
Set It Off have announced a tour with Tonight Alive. Dates in the replies. The band is also currently writing for their next full length and the member that they kicked out is still being pretty weird on social media.
Brian Marquis has just wrapped up the A Bike & A Mic For A Cure Tour where he rode 1,225 miles on a bicycle, with his guitar in tow, playing shows around the Northeast to raise money and awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Marquis was also able to raise over $10,000 that will be donated to support research, care, community outreach, and education for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Full press release in the replies.
I've been talking a lot about Better Off over the past few weeks. Well, the new album is now for sale and is streaming in the replies. Do yourself a favor and check it out. It's got a great throwback sound while still maintaining something fresh and satisfying. (Sidebar: The new waiting until release date to stream an album thing is weird.)
So you might have been bummed when news of the blue variant for Better Off's incredible new album, Milk, was sold out. But don't fret as a new unlimited red variant was just posted up for pre-order. Buy it now. Do it.
Texas In July have announced their U.S. farewell tour, with support from Reflections, To The Wind, and Invent, Animate. You can catch all the tour dates and press release in the replies. If you're a fan of heavy music, I'd definitely recommend coming out to a date if this tour comes through your area.
Today, Texas In July has started to announce their final shows together. The band has announced their farewell European tour – which will feature festival appearances at Jera On Air, Graspop, and With Full Force Festival – and select shows with the likes of Chelsea Grin and Walking With Strangers.
I the Mighty will release Connector on June 2nd via Equal Vision Records. It's available for pre-order now. Head to the replies to watch their music video for a new song titled "Playing Catch with .22."
1. An Epilogue as a Prologue
2. Lady of Death
3. The Lying Eyes of Miss Erray
6. Slow Dancing Forever
8. Playing Catch with .22
9. Andrew's Song
10. The Hound and the Fox
11. (No) Faith in Fate
12. The Frame I: Betrayal in the Watchtower
Wind In Sails, the solo project of former Vanna vocalist/guitarist Evan Pharmakis, has signed to Equal Vision imprint Headphone Music. His sophomore album, Morning Light, will be released on February 24th. Artwork is in the replies.
1. Push and Shove
2. Keeping Count
3. Level Head
4. Lucid State
5. Murder Backwards
6. Side By Side
7. Hanging Over You
8. Set Adrift
9. The Mess We're In
10. Heart to Focus
11. Wild Child
Hear a new Capsize song called "This Song Made Me Think Of You" in the replies via Brooklyn Vegan. The Angst In My Veins releases September 30th via Equal Vision Records and was recorded with producer Jay Maas. The band will be touring soon as well -- dates are below.
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