September 2, 2014
Former Misfits vocalist Michale Graves has announced a new double album with Russian horrorpunk band Night of Samhain. The first CD will be Michale providing vocals in English, whilst CD2 will feature the lyrics sung in Russian by the group’s original singer, Michael Shaforostov, with Michale also featuring. The album is due to drop on October 6th via Hydraulic Entertainment and can be pre-ordered here.
Michale will also be hitting the road in October for the Zombies Unite tour, this will be a series of full make up monster rock shows featuring Tony Baptist – and his former Gotham Road band mates Loki and J.V. Full dates below.
Nai Harvest has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Buttercups” and is from their split with Playlounge. The record will be available on 12″ flower shaped vinyl (7″ playable) on Topshelf Records.
View the video below.
Brighton, UK punk band Gnarwolves has announced that they will be touring the UK this Fall with support from Prawn. The band will be supporting their self titled effort, which is due out on September 23, 2014 via Pure Noise Records. The album will follow The Chronicles of Gnarnia, a compilation featuring tracks from their previous EP’s Fun Club, CRU, and Funemployed.
Check out full tour listings below.
Emarosa has premired a new song. The track is titled “People Like Me, We Just Don’t Play” from their upcoming new album, Versus, due out September 9, 2014 via Rise Records.
Listen to the full album here.
Chicago’s Dowsing has announced upcoming tour dates for the Fall. The band continues to release their split with Annabel, available now on Count Your Lucky Stars Records.
Tour dates are below.
NJ/NY pop punk act Candy Hearts has revealed a string of upcoming headlining tour dates that will lead into their role as support on New Found Glory‘s Fall tour. The band continues to support their latest full length, All The Ways You Let Me Down, which is was released this past June via Violently Happy/Bridge 9 Records.
Full tour listings are below.
September 1, 2014
Long running pop-punk act Finch has premiered a new song. The track is titled “Anywhere But Here” and is set to appear on their new album, Back To Oblivion, which is due out September 30, 2014 via Razor & Tie.
Listen to the song here courtesy Bullet.
Buffalo’s hardcore act Every Time I Die have announced plans for a brief Australian tour this fall in support of their latest Epitaph Records release, From Parts Unknown.
The Kurt Ballou (Converge) produced album is the band’s seventh album, it follows their 2012 album Ex-Lives and was released earlier this month.
Joining them on the dates will be Touche Amore.
Buffalo, NY hardcore band KDC has announced that they will be heading on tour this fall with Axis. The band continues to support their latest LP, The Veracity of Solitude, out now via Head2Wall Records.
Tour dates are below.
August 29, 2014
Seattle, Washington five-piece Minus The Bear has premiered a new song. The track is titled “The Cats & Ill Means” and is from their upcoming new album, Lost Loves, which is due out October 7, 2014 via Dangerbird Records. The album follows’s 2011′s Infinity Overhead.
Check out the song below.