Little Big League have teamed up with Tiny Engines to release their debut LP These Are Good People later this summer. Two singles from the album, “My Very Own” and “Lindsey” can be currently streamed here. In addition to the single streams, the album artwork can be found on the Tiny Engines bandcamp as well.
Check out live video’s for “Tokyo Drift“ and “Never Have I Ever Walked Away When The Time Was Right“.
A full tracklist can be seen below.
Canadian thrash-punk outfit Propaghandi is teaming up once again with Fat Wreck Chords to reissue the bands classic debut How To Clean Everything. The reissue will include the full album, remastered from the original analogue tapes as well as 3 outtakes from the HTCE sessions and a rare 4 song EP. With the sales of the reissue a complete book of guitar and base tabs (transcribed by Chris Hannah himself) will be available.
Chris had this to say about the reissue:
“Maybe it’s the bath-salts talking, but I have come believe that there is value in having something that haunts you until you are dead. I give you… How To Clean Everything, the 20th anniversary edition.”
Catch Propaghandi on tour by checking out all upcoming dates here.
Night Birds will be releasing a full length titled Born To Die In Suburbia on July 9th through Grave Mistake Records. The album is the follow up to their debut The Other Side Of Darkness which was released almost two years ago. The first single, “Maimed For The Masses” can be steamed here.
A full track list and tour dates can be seen below.
Tiny Moving Parts, a three piece based out of Minnesota, have released a video for their song “Vacation Bible School” off of their debut full length This Couch Is Long And Full Of Friendship. In addition to the video, pre-order information for the debut album and tour dates have been released. The full length is currently available on iTunes and can be pre-ordered on vinyl through Kind Of Like Records and on CD through Black Numbers.
The video and tour dates can be see below.
A six song split between The Brokedowns and Vacation Bible School can now be streamed exclusively on the Jaded In Chicago website. The split is available for purchase from It’s Alive Records in 7″ vinyl format. Adam Alive had this to say about the release:
“Both bands recorded with Joe Gac at The Funk Luxury Chalet and Litterbox Studios, both in Elgin, Illinois. I think the studio names might be jokes and it is just a one man operation doing his thing out of his house. Both were mastered by Dave Williams (of the band Crusades) at Rock Among Us. Cover art by Natali Wiseman. Both bands are playing Fuck Dave Strait Fest August 15 – 18 in MPLS, MN.”
Listen to the songs here.
Man Overboard along with their label Lost Tape Collective will be re-releasing the band’s debut album Before We Met. The release, which will be available on LP, CD, cassette, and digitally, is available here. The release features the debut EP Hung Up On Nothing as well as five other songs from early in the band’s career. The deluxe edition also features five original Man Overboard demos and additional photos.
Man Overboard have severals tours coming up. All tour dates can be seen here.
Against Me!‘s drummer Jay Weinberg announced over Twitter that he will be leaving the band. Weinberg’s message read:
“I want to let you all know that I am leaving Against Me!, and I wish them all the best.”
No comments have been made from any of the other band members. Weinberg is the second Against Me! drummer since long time drummer Warren Oakes left in 2009. Oakes was replaced by Hot Water Music‘s George Rebelo who was in turn replaced by Weinberg when HWM reformed.
Against Me!‘s upcoming album Transgender Dysphoria Blues does not yet have a scheduled release date.
A new Golden Boy track is available for download on BuzzBands.LA. The track titled “Starlight Town” will be on their upcoming release The New Familiar .
Golden Boy will be playing a CD release show in Los Angeles at the Bootleg Theater on November 14 with The Mynabirds.
Eavesdropper have launched a stream of the opening track of their upcoming debut “Sanguine Barrier” via their Bandcamp page. The album, due out Oct. 26 through Jeremy Records can be pre-ordered here.
The album will be made available on cassette soon.
Heavy rockers Underoath have announced plans to disband following the release of their career summary Anthology 1999-2013 and a final farewell tour. After a long career spanning 15 years and seven studio albums the group has decided to call it quits.
Keyboardist Chris Dudley says of the breakup:
“Over the past decade or so of our lives, we have been able to live a dream traveling the world, playing music that excites us, and meeting more amazing people than we could have ever fathomed. This couldn’t be a more bittersweet moment for us. We have accomplished more, met more friends, seen more places and have just done more than we could have ever imagined, and we really wanted to just go out on the highest note possible. That’s why we have put together a group of great friends and musicians for what will be our final tour ever. We are taking every moment of this tour as an opportunity to say goodbye to you all, as well as celebrate what has taken place over all these years. The love we have and the debt of gratitude that we owe to all of you is not able to be measured in any way.”
The farewell tour will kick off in 2013. Further details will be announced next week.
The Anthology will feature (as the title suggests) songs from 1999 to newly recorded material that has previously been unreleased. “Sunburnt” and “Unsound“, both produced by long time producer Matt Goldman.
A complete track list can be seen below.
We Are The Union have premiered a new song, “I Want You To Hit Me As Hard As You Can” on PropertyOfZack.com. As well as the stream there is a short interview with lead singer Reed Wolcott regarding the slight delay in the release of the album You Can’t Hide The Sun.
The album was scheduled for release on Oct. 2 but due to a delay i the mixing and mastering process the album will now be released digitally on Oct. 16 and on vinyl on Nov. 27 through Paper + Plastic Records.
You Can’t Hide The Sun is the follow up to the groups breakthrough Great Leaps Forward LP.
A track list and a list of supporting tour dates can be seen below.
Luther have been busy recently. From premiering songs on Huffington Post to upcoming tours with Timeshare and The Bouncing Souls they are pretty tough to miss. On top of all that, their debut album Let’s Get You SOmewhere Else comes out on Chunksaah Records October 9. The album can be pre-ordered here.
In addition to the release of the album, Luther will be touring across the United States and Canada with acts like The Bouncing Souls, The Smoking Popes, and Dave Hause of The Loved Ones.
A complete list of tour dates can be seen below.
Nova will be releasing a a new album on October 9 through Disintegration Records. The album, titled Midnight, will be release Oct. 9. Nova will be playing three shows to celebrate the release.
The dates can be seen below.
As part of the Volcom Entertainment vinyl series, Nü Sensae and Useless Eaters will be releasing a split single together. The split will feature Useless Eaters “City of the Night” and Nü Sensae‘s “Sleeping Blouse“. The split will be available in a one time only limited pressing blue vinyl. Only 1000 copies were pressed.
The songs can be heard on Nü Sensae‘s and UselessEaters soundclouds.
Nü Sensae recently released a full length LP titled Sundowning via Suicide Squeeze Records. They are currently touring to support the release. Tour dates can be seen below.
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have announced their fall tour with Topshelf Records label mates Slingshot Dakota. The tour kicks off October 17th in Boston, Maryland and works it’s way through the east.
TWIABP are in the process of recording a new LP after a series EP releases. Slingshot Dakota‘s new album Dark Hearts will be released November 6 through Topshelf Records.
Prior to the tour with Slingshot Dakota, TWIABP will be playing two shows, one in New York and one In New Jersey.
A Complete list of dates can be seen below.
, Emperor X
, Glocca Morra
, Hostage Calm
, Into It. Over It.
, Kitty Pryde
, Laura Stevenson and the Cans
, Make Do And Mend
, Oiser Bed
, Run Forever
, Slingshot Dakota
, The Wild
, The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die
, Tiger Jaw
, Topshelf Records
, You Blew It
Man Overboard have announced a late fall tour with guests Never Shout Never. The tour kicks off at November 20 in Des Moines, LA and warps up in New Jersey. They will be joined by MOD SUN and Me Like Bees.
Of course, this isn’t the only tour they have planned as they are currently in the middle of an east coast with Major League. Following that, they will hit the west coast with Taking Back Sunday and Bayside as well as the UK with New Found Glory, Less Than Jake, and The Story So Far.
A complete list of tour dates can be seen below.
Trio Broadway Calls have debuted a new single off their upcoming split EP with label mates Mixtapes. The EP Vision Quest will be released October 23 via No Sleep Records. Broadway Calls‘ song “Open Letter” can be streamed here. The EP will feature two songs from each artist and can be pre-ordered here.
Mixtapes will also be kicking off their fall headlining US tour in support of their latest full length Even on our Worst Nights on Sept. 25.
Alexisonfire have recently updated the schedule for their farewell tour to add new dates as well as change venues for a of show. This final tour from the Canadian screamo act is to bid their fans a final goodbye before disbanding.
While Alexisonfire will be no more after the tour, some of the members are moving on to different projects. Singer/guitarist Wade McNeil is moving on to front UK hardcore band Gallows while Dallas Green will be continuing work on his alt rock solo project City and Colour.
The tour dates can be seen below:
The Smoking Popes will be reissuing there major label debut Born To Quit on SideOneDummy Records October 23rd. The album was originally release on Capitol Records.
The reissue will come with a deluxe package featuring new artwork, additional liner notes from Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Joe Shanahan of Chicago’s Metro and comedian Kyle Kinane. The album will also have an analysis of each track by front man Josh Caterer as well as two new bonus tracks: a cover of Willie Nelson‘s “Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground” and the previously unreleased “Blanket In The Park“. The album will be available on CD as well as limited edition red and blue vinyl. The red vinyl can be bought at the SideOneDummy website while the blue will be available on the tour.
The Smoking Popes will be touring the states during October and November. To celebrate the re-release they will be playing Born To Quit in it’s entirety every show as well as a set from the remainder of The Popes‘ catalogue. A list of dates can be seen below.
UK’s The Adicts will be streaming their upcoming release All The Young Droogs from now until the September 11 release on artistdirect.com. Prior to the release a number of pre-order options are available here.
In support of the album The Adicts will be going on a U.S. tour from Sept 6 to the 22 with Brothers of Brazil.
A track list and tour dates can be seen below
Multi-instrumentalist Franz Nicolay will be teaming up with English folk-punk Frank Turner and Asbestos Records to make the first of a series of Asbestos 7″ splits where each artist will cover a song by a third artist. Turner and Nicolay will be performing songs by English songwriter/playwrite/composer Sir Noël Peirce Coward.
The 7″ is available now for pre-order here and will be pressed in blak as well as limited edition red and blue vinyl. Asbestos hope to release it in October.
Epitaph Records has made the upcoming Frank Turner release Last Minutes and Lost Evenings available to stream on their Youtube channel. The album (recorded live at Wembley Stadium) is scheduled to be released October 2 through Epitaph.
Turner‘s last release was 2011’s England Keep My Bones.
Ryan Massey (American Steel and Communique) has started a record label called Lugosi Records.
The first releases from the label include the re-release of American Steel‘s album Rogue’s March and Reckless Kind‘s debut Golden Age Thinking which are both available now. The decision to start the label came when he found himself in possession of the master tapes of his former bands (American Steel and Communique) following the dissolution of Lookout Records. With the masters in hand, he decided to re-release them himself. He explains:
“Lugosi Records is an idea that has floated around for years, and was finally made a reality when Lookout Records saw fit to disband, returning all rights to master recordings back to the artists. We are fortunate that a number of labels friendly to our cause (such as it is) would have been happy to re-release the old Amsteel and Communiqué albums for us. But I have always wanted to have a venue for putting out records by bands that I really enjoy. So, distribution was secured, funding scoured for, and now we find ourselves in business (such as it is).
Propagandhi‘s upcoming album Failed States can now be streamed on the band’s Facebook Page or here. Failed States is scheduled for release September 4 through Epitaph.
Propagandhi‘s last release was 2011’s Supporting Caste.
Two brand new tracks ( Street Education 101 and Smash Nazis) that will be featured on Race Riot 59‘s upcoming 8 track EP can be streamed here.
The EP is scheduled for release early 2013.
Stabbed In Back will be leaving on a 17 day tour of Europe with Swedish band Subwaste in the support of their 7″ split Allies that will be released September 18 through Warbird Entertainment.
A list of tour dates can be seen below.
Blaqk Audio have teamed up with Alternative Press to released a teaser video for their new album featuring both members (Davey Havok and Jade Puget of AFI) giving interviews about each of the songs on the album.
The album titled Inside Bright Black Heavan is scheduled for release September 11.
A video featuring audio snippets of each song can be seen here, and a lyric video of the single “Faith Healer” can be seen here.
The album is available for pre-order on iTunes and a number of pre-order bundles can be found here.
The teaser can be seen here.
In a recent post in his blog English folk-punk Frank Turner officially announced the line up for his hardcore side project Mongol Horde. The band consists of drummer Ben Dawson (formerly of Million Dead and current member of PaleHorse) and Matt Nasir ( The Sleeping Souls).
They will be making their concert debut at this years Leed’s festival and Shortly after playing the Reading festival.
A song “Tapeworm Uprising” can be heard below.
Thrice have announced that their live farewell album Anthology will be released October 30 2012 through Staple Records/ Workhorse Music Group. The album will be available as a digital download, a two CD set, or a limited edition four LP box set including a 24 page booklet. Pre-order information and a track listing will be announced in the coming weeks.
Thrice‘s last release was 2011’s Major/Minor.
A BlankTv special about LA punk band The Circle Jerks titled My Career As A Jerk and Directed by David Markey will be available September 25. The special outlines the careers and lives of the band members from the inception until after the breakup through interviews and rare live footage. The DVD also featrues interviews with others involved in the punk scene including J. Mascis, Henry Rollins and Brian Baker and more.
The DVD can be ordered here and a trailer can be seen below.
Indie rockers Cheap Girls have announced two seperate fall co-headline tours. One with Drowning Man (Aug 28 – Sept 5) and one with The Front Bottoms (Oct 12 – Nov 10). They have also announced a handful of additional shows.
CHeap Girls last release was 2011’s Giant Orange.
A complete list of Cheap Girls tour dates can be seen below.