November 25, 2014
Rochester pop punk act Such Gold has premiered a brand new music video. The video features the song “Faced,” which appears on their new full length, The New Sidewalk, released earlier this month via Razor & Tie Records.
Watch the video here courtesy Fuse.
Columbus, OH’s singer-songwriter act Front Porch Step (Jake Mcelfresh), is streaming his upcoming EP over on Pandora. The EP is titled Whole Again, and is scheduled for release on December 2, 2014 via Pure Noise Records. Pre-orders can be made here.
Stream t he full disc here.
New York hardcore band Misery Kills (formerly Misery) have released details of their new full length, My Ugly Insides, which is due to be released independently on January 20th, 2015. The album represents the band’s first new material since 2011′s Evil is Crowned full length.
On the name change to Misery Kills, bass player Joe LaCasto said:
“The main reason for the name change is we were sick and tired of people saying to us, ‘I Googled Misery and I could not find you…In this day and age you need to be easily accessible on the web. When you search for Misery you either get the movie, a goddamn Maroon 5 song and so on. Within the band we really don’t feel like we changed our name, just expanded it a little bit.”
Pre orders for the record are available here and you can check out the cover art and track list for My Ugly Insides, below.
Warrington, UK folk punk outfit Roughneck Riot has released a live video for the band’s cover of a NOFX song. The video features the track “The Idiots Are Taking Over.” The band comments:
“We did this in our practice room with Super Gaz on camera-holding duties. Enjoy!… Thank you to everyone who’s watched, liked and shared our cover of NOFX’s Idiots Are Taking Over already.
Due to the massive response, we’re going to be doing an acoustic cover every month of bands who have inspired us over the years! Keep your eyes and ears peeled. What to do next? Let us know what you want us to cover on Facebook, Twitter etc.”
The band continues to support their latest effort, Out Of Anger, released back in October via Manchester based TNS Records.
Watch the full video below.
Indie folk act The Lion And The Wolf has released a stream of their brand new album. The album is titled Symptoms and was released earlier this week via Courage & Stone Records.
Listen to the full disc here.
Anchorless Records’ Brooklyn-based Chumped are currently streaming their new full-length Teenage Retirement over at Wondering Sound. Listen to the album and read an exclusive interview here.
The band also premiered a music video to the track titled Hot 97. View it here.
Teenage Retirement was released on Nov. 18, 2014 and follows the band’s 2013 self-titled EP also released by Anchorless Records.
Derek Grant, drummer for Chicago punks Alkaline Trio, has announced his debut solo record, Breakdown, will be released on January 20th 2015 via Red Scare Industries. Derek had this to say about how the record came about:
“My relationship had fallen apart and I was dealing with it in some very unhealthy ways…The upside was I started writing lyrics for the first time in nearly a decade.”
Pre orders for the record are available here, and you can check out the cover art for Breakdown below.
London/Devon alt rock trio Great Cynics have just wrapped a stint on the road alongside Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls, but just before they hit the road, they posted a stream of 2 new tracks. Lost & Found and Wet Feet are both available for streaming on their bandcamp page.
Yorkshire, UK alt/punk band have announced a series of headline shows to end off the year following a successful support stint for fellow alt rockers Marmozets and Lonely The Brave.
The band are still out in support of their self titled, debut EP which dropped via Clue Records earlier this year. The tour kicks off on November 25th and support for all dates will come from London rock band Lyger, fellow Yorkshiremen Forever Cult, and Prom.
Check out the full list of dates below.