September 1, 2015
Colorado Springs alt rock trio Tigerwine have posted a new video via Substream Magazine. It features their track Sharp Elbows, taken from their latest Lull EP, released back in July via Blood & Ink Records. Frontman Hayden Trobee has talked about the songs inspiration with the same outlet:
“Sharp Elbows is about being fed up. I grew up in church and this song was written at a time in my life when my family had our lives uprooted by people I saw as having an almost alien way about them. People who say and do all the right things but behind closed doors are inhumanly cruel. People who it seems almost always, inexplicably, are involved with such institutions.”
Check out the video and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.
UK post punk legends Membranes have announced their first North American shows in over 25 years. The last time the Blackpool quartet were on US soil, White Zombie and Afgham Whigs opened for them and they are back supporting their critically acclaimed comeback record, Dark Matter/Dark Energy, released back in May via Metropolis Records.
Check out the full list of dates below.
Triple Crown Records has welcomed Connecticut’s A Will Away to their roster. The label plans to commemorate the addition by reissuing the band’s 5-song Bliss EP on October 23, 2015. The band will be heading on tour along with Pentimento later in September. Singer Matt Carlson speaks about the EP”
“We had reached this point where we had made all these previous records and we really tried to cater and direct those to an audience when we made them… I think we found over time that what we were missing and what we were losing throughout that process was playing music for ourselves—the reason we started playing to begin with. We wanted to bring out the best of ourselves as musicians.”
Tour dates are below.
Ohio metal band Miss May I has announced that they will be serving as support for Parkway Drive on their upcoming tour. Miss May I continues to support their recent LP, Deathless, released back in September via Rise Records.
Tour dates can be found below.
Pentimento has announced details for their next full length. The disc will be titled I, No Longer and is due out October 23, 2015 via their new home on Bad Timing Records. The album comes but a couple of months after their 7″ single Stuck Forever, which dropped back in July. Pre-order for the new album are available now via Bad Timing Records.
Track listing is below.
Long running New York hardcore act H2O has premiered a new song from their first new full length since 2008’s Nothing To Prove. The disc will be titled Use Your Voice and is set to drop on October 9, 2015 via Bridge Nine Records.
The track is titled “Use Your Voice” here courtesy Noisey.
Zebrahead has unleashed a new music video. The video features the song “Save Your Breath” which will serve as the seventh track on their upcoming new album, Walk The Plank, due out October 2015.
Watch the video below.
Long running Canadian pop-punk band Simple Plan has premiered a brand new single along with cameo-heavy music video . The track is titled “Boom” and serves as the first single from their next full length, due out sometime in 2016 with further details yet to be released.
Watch the video below.
Vancouver punk rock outfit Youth Decay
has unveiled a new lyric video. The video features the song “Balance” which is set to appear on the band’s first full-length record, due out on New Damage Records
later this fall. Band member Ross Stuart comments:
“We’re very excited about the upcoming release of our first full length LP… A lot of blood, sweat and beers went into the making it happen. We’re really proud of how the album came together, we we’re very focused on defining our sound. We feel that we successfully found a balance that encompasses not just aggression, but also positive energy that most fans of punk and hard core enjoy. The lyrics are mostly written about the personal experiences of each member of the band, but we expect them to be relatable to the listener. We look forward to getting out on the road and playing these songs live!”
The band’s members are no stranger to the Canadian punk scene, with the band’s roster including Stuart Ross (Comeback Kid, ex-Living With Lions, ex-Misery Signals and Lowtalker), Benjamin Gibbs (The Grave Life), Dana Edwards (Carpenter), Loren Legare (Living With Lions) and Stu Mckillop (ex-Daggermouth, Aspirations).
Manchester based fuzz / grunge influenced band False Advertising have announced that they will be releasing their debut album, which is set for release 4th September 2015.
Coinciding with the announcement, the band has premiered the new single, “Dozer,” which can be heard below.