Creepoid have signed to Geoff Rickly's (Thursday) Collect Records and will be releasing their new album, Cemetery Highrise Slum, on June 23rd. You can stream a new song called "American Smile" in the replies.
Unifier have signed with Spartan Records. The band will release their new EP, Gutted, on March 24th. In celebration of the signing, Spartan Records has released an extended version of the group's 2011 release, Oh, Great City, that's free for this week.
6131 Records have signed Irish indie group The Winter Passing. Their debut full length, A Different State of Mind, will be released via that label and the UK's Fist in the Air Records on March 26. The first single, "Fruits of Gloom," is streaming on soundcloud.
01) The Fever
02) Penny Chains
04) Nowhere Still
07) Grazed Knees
08) Fruits of Gloom
09) Bottle Green
10) A Different Space of Mind
Members of Head North and Maryland photographer and videographer Rachel Cooper have started Quiet Fire Media, a combination record label and media company. The goal is creating a new wave of music culture that gives both artists and fans what they want out of their musical experience. The first two artists to singed are A Will Away and WATERMEDOWN. You can watch an intro video below, along with viewing A Will Away's new tour dates.
"We believe music is an essential part of creating a sense of community among people - it brought us together and provided us with clarity and direction as we explored our respective artistic outlets, and we want to bring that forward here. Our goal is to...
New Damage Records signed HOUNDS and will release the band's Wild Eyes EP sometime this spring. The band features Paul Ramirez from The Flatliners and Exclaim! is streaming one of their new tracks right now.
Animal Style Records is excited to welcome New Bedford, MA's Blind Mice (members of Half Hearted Hero, ex-Ra Ra Riot) to the label's roster. The band recently recorded a new EP, Sunday Songs, for their Animal Style debut, coming March 17th.
Oklahoma City punk-rock act Red City Radio has signed to Staple Records (current home of Thrice, frnkiero andthe cellabration, La Dispute) and is entering Red Audio Werks with Kendall Stephens to begin recording their third full-length album today. The band is following up 2013's Titles and most recently toured with New Found Glory on the Glamour Kills Tour in the fall.
Teenage Time Killer have signed with Rise Records. A huge number of artists will appear on this release including Randy Blythe, Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor, Jello Biafra, Lee Ving, Tommy Victor, Nick Oliveri, Pete Stahl, Vic Bondi, Clifford Dinsmore,, Max Cavalera, Tony Foresta, Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein, and Keith Morris.
Pure Noise Records has signed Speak Low If You Speak Love, the solo project of Ryan Graham of State Champs. The label will re-release a remastered version of the full-length Everything But What You Need with 4 previously unheard tracks. If you're not familiar with the music, we premiered the album in Dec. 2013. Head to the replies for tour dates and more info.
Red Scare Industries just signed Success and will be releasing a new record from them called Radio Recovery in the Spring. Drakulas has also been added to the roster and features members from Rise Against and the Riverboat Gamblers.
18 year old Derry, Northern Ireland artist SOAK has signed to Rough Trade and will release her debut solo album next year. In the meantime you should check out her new single "B a noBody" and the b-side "Shuvels" in the replies, especially if you're a fan of Beach House, Lykke Li or Laura Marling. This is almost certainly an artist to look out for over the next 12 months.
Cancer Bats signed with New Damage Records and will release a new record called Searching For Zero on March 10th. A lyric video for a new song called "Arsenic in the Year of the Snake" can be found in the replies.
“I was blown away when I first came across these guys,” comments Mutant League Records owner Nate Steinheimer. “They’re one of those bands that you can tell is wise beyond their years. There’s this dark, melodic element to them that definitely sets them apart. I’m really excited to see Housing take off in the next year."