Arizona’s Jimmy Eat World has released some tour dates for a quick run in the UK. The band continues to support their latest album, Damage, released earlier this month. Damage follows their 2010 album Invented.
Milwaukee, WI’s Direct Hit! and Iowa City, IA’s Lipstick Homicide will perform a string of shows together on the west coast, midwest and in Canada; the dates are below.
Direct Hit! will be supporting their new album Brainless God, due out this summer through Red Scare Industries while Lipstick Homicide are currently promoting their newly released It’s Alive Records split seven inch with Tukeltons.
New Jersey hardcore band The Mongoloids are embarking on a European tour with Philadelphia’s Wrong Answer. The tour is in support of the new Mongoloids LP, Mongo Life, which will be released soon on Six Feet Under Records (USA), Reality Records (Europe), and Caboose Recordings (Japan).
The UK dates will also feature Broken Teeth. Tour dates can be found below.
Portugal. The Man has released a collection of upcoming tour dates. The band will be supporting their latest full length, Evil Friends, which was released in early June via Atlantic Records. The disc was produced by Danger Mouse.
Toronto’s The Flatliners has announced release details for their fourth studio album.
The album will be titled Dead Language and is scheduled for a September 17, 2013 release via Fat Wreck Chords in the States and through New Damage Records in Canada. The disc will follow 2010′s Cavalcade. Steve Rizun serves as producer for the album’s 13 tracks. Vocalist Chris Cresswell comments:
“Dead Language is the culmination of 10 years of hard work – our first album in 3 years and our 4th overall. We were finally able to capture our sound and energy as a touring band on record, having recorded the majority of these songs live off the floor. This was easily the most fun we’ve ever had recording and I think that comes through in these songs.”
Orlando, Florida, indie rock troupe You Blew It! made known that they have started pre-production on their second full length. The band plans to work on the album over the next two weeks in CHicago with the disc scheduled to be released sometime in early 2014 via Topshelf Records. Into It. Over It.’s Evan Weiss will serve as producer and engineering will be handled by Matt Jordan (Stay Ahead of the Weather, Cut Teeth) at Atlas Studios and Lakehouse Studios.
The band plans to head on tour in June and July. Dates can be found below.
Hardcore Punk Kings, D.O.A., are getting ready for a farewell tour of the America’s Midwest and East Coast this September. Additionally, the band is not only touring the U.S. but also in Europe and the U.K. in October as well. D.O.A. will be playing their old classics as well as some of their hits off of We Come In Peace!.
D.O.A. has recently teamed up with an old friend and film maker, Marcus Rogers, to make a new music video for their song “Boneyard.” The video also features Hugh Dillon, lead vocalist and star of the hit series Flashpoint, splitting the lead vocals with Joe Keithley. The music video can be found here.
In addition to announcing tour dates, a new music video and coming out with a new album, the band has also teamed up with Yale Brewing of Chilliwack, BC, to produce a new ale. Joe had this to say about the new D.O.A. ale: “It’s wicked, powerful and tasty! It will get the gig rockin’ and the kids going crazy. You’ll race back for more!” Right now the beer is available around greater Vancouver in private liquor stores. It will be soon be coming to Alberta and Ontario.
Title Fight has confirmed a trio of tour dates with Balance & Composure, Cruel Hand and Slingshot Dakota. The band recently released their brand new album, Floral Green, which follows 2011′s Shed, and is available now through SideOneDummy Records.
Los Angeles experimental rockers Silver Snakes has announced that they will be supporting HRVRD. The band continues to support their recent full length, Pictures of a Floating World, out now on Animal Style Records.
UK punk act The Terraces has announced a string of tour dates with Electric River this August. The band will be touring in support of their brand new EP – Extra Time, which is due out in July. The EP follows their 2012 self titled full length.
Plain White T’s will be touring the US this summer in support of their new EP, Should Have Gone To Bed. The band have recently released the eponymous single from the EP and are exclusively showing the new video for it at VH1.com
Scorpios, featuring Joey Cape, Jon Snodgrass and Brian Wahlstrom, will be touring Canada in July. The tour is in tribute to Tony Sly, and will feature each artist performing individually as well as collaboratively.
The four-piece indie rock band from Fort Collins, Elway, have premiered the first new song, “Ariel” from their forthcoming album, Leavetaking. The new album is set to release digitally on June 25th and physical CD/LP on July 2nd from Red Scare. A stream of “Ariel” can be found on AVclub.com and pre-orders for the new album can be found on interpunk.com.
Guitar/vocalist Tim Browne had this to say about Ariel: ” I was eyebrows deep in teenage post-breakup malaise at the age of 25 and I wanted to try my hand at waxing Americana…so I wrote this straightforward four-chorder that’s way fun to play and sing, with a repetitive hook that sort of drives it all home. Title is a reference to my girl Sylvia Plath’s horse. Respect.”
In support of their new album, Elway have announced tour dates for July and August. The band will be touring with label mates Masked Intruder and Sam Russo on the “Red Scare Across America Tour”. The tour kicks off in Chicago on July 8th and will wrap up in Milwaukee on August 17th.
Pop punk band Random Holiday has announced that they are heading on tour in June along with Distance. The abnd is currently supporting their latest full length, Space To Grow, which was self released last month.
Canadian metalcore band Obey the brave have announced a summer tour of Australia, in support of their full length debut Young Blood, released last august via Epitaph Records. Aussie metal outfit Boris the blade will join the bill for all dates.
Yellowcard has announced that they will be releasing a special 10th anniversary edition of their breakout 2003 album, Ocean Avenue. The album will feature all thirteen tracks re-imaged as acoustic songs The band explained:
“On July 22, 2003 our lives were changed forever… We didn’t know what Ocean Avenue would become, but it is a chapter in our story that we will never forget. We knew that for the 10th anniversary of the release we wanted to do something more than just a tour.”
The band will also be touring in support of the album. Dates can be found below.