Cayetana last released Nervous Like Me on Tiny Engines Records last year.
July 3, 2015
Listen to the new EP here.
New Jersey alternative punk trio Aspiga has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Fortunes” from their latest full length, What happened To You?, available now through Paper + Plastick Records.
Watch the video below.
Toronto post-punk band Safe To Say has signed on with SideOneDummy Records for the release fo their new EP. The EP will be titled Hiding Games and will be available to pre-order via iTunes on Friday July 17 and at all digital retailers on Friday July 31 via New Damage Records in Canada and SideOneDummy everywhere else.
AltPress is streaming the full disc in advance, which can be heard here.
Enabler has premiered a brand new song. The rack is title ”Fail To Feel Safe” and is set to appear on their album of the same name, due out on August 7, 2015 via Century Media Records. The disc was recorded at Silver Bullet Studios with engineer Chris Teti (The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die) and producer Greg Thomas (Misery Signals, Shai Hulud).
Listen to the song here.
Arizona’s psychobilly-punk band The Limit Club has announed plans for their 10th anniversary tour. The tour will cover the east coast and midwest regions in support of their most recent EP, Wild Four. Front man Nick Feratu comments on what to expect on the road:
“We’ve taken a sharp whittlin’ knife to our list of songs… And it’s an eclectic, unruly list after all this time. We sliced out the biggest, juiciest cuts and sluiced them all into one wet, wild performance.”
Tour dates are below.
Full tour dates are below.
July 2, 2015
German hardcore band Lasting Traces have signed on with Redfield Digital, also based in their home country. The band’s first release for their new label will You & Me, a full length, which is due to drop in September.
Ahead of the release the band have dropped a teaser video, which can be checked out below.
Australian metalcore outfit Buried in Verona have announced that their new LP, Vultures Above, Lions Below is due for release on August 7th via Rise Records and ahead of the official release the band are streaming the lead single, Can’t Be Unsaid. This is the band’s first release since 2014′s Faceless and features a number of lineup changes; Mark Harris (guitar), Brandon Martel (bass) and James Swanson (drums). Vocalist Brett Anderson has said this about the single:
“‘Can’t Be Unsaid’ is about letting go of all the negativity surrounding myself and Buried In Verona…I wrote it when I was at my lowest point as a way to get me past everything that had happened. Ever since then, I’ve been focusing on the positives and using music as my escape again. After years of anguish I’m so happy to have regained my passion for music.
The idea we would like to encourage everyone to get behind is this: write down whatever in your life is painful, hurting you, bringing you down – basically whatever is stopping you from being truly happy with yourself and your life. Write it as down as honestly as you can and project the negativity on to the page, into the ink and let go of it. Take it to a calm place that you love, read it one last time, set it alight and watch it burn. Don’t live in the negative space with negative people. Life is short, don’t waste it.”
Check out the stream of Can’t Be Unsaid below.
New Hampshire post hardcore band Our Last Night have premiered a video for their track Road To The Throne. The song features on the quartet’s self-released fifth full length, Younger Dreams, which dropped yesterday.
Check out the video for Road To The Throne and the cover art for Younger Dreams below.