Entries for the ‘Tours’ Category

Frank Iero and The Patience ready Parchutes, tour (2016)

Fresh off of a fantastic set in Chicago at Riot Fest, Frank Iero and the Patience have debuted a brand new song, “Remedy” with BBC1 during The Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter.  The track comes from the band’s upcoming album, Parachutes, which is slated for release on October 28 via BMG. Fans of Frank [...]

Everyone Is Dirty release cassette single, tour (2016)

Royal Oakie is proud to announce the release of Banana Split, the newest transmission from Oakland art freaks Everyone Is Dirty. Banana Split is a schizophrenic cassette single featuring two brand new tracks of art/rock insanity—the title track un-winds like a fever dream with its warped sound waves and amphetamine crunch, re-calling the Slits as much as David [...]

Andrew W.K. releases smartphone app, does speaking tour (2016)

Andrew W.K. announced his first ever official smartphone app for Android and Apple users, The Party Hard Bloody Nose App. This app allows users to add a bloody nose to any photo, whether taken on the spot or uploaded from their library. It also has the ability to add Andrew W.K.’s infamous dirty white T-shirt and stringy long [...]

The Pretenders share video for “Holy Commotion,” tour with Stevie Nicks (2016)

The Pretenders have revealed a brand new video for “Holy Commotion,” the first track to be taken from their new album, Alone, out October 21 through BMG. The part-animated video was shot in Nashville at producer Dan Auerbach’s studio, and includes footage of Chrissie Hynde and Auerbach, edited by Director / Animator Luca Monterosso Whittmann. Alone is [...]

Soft Kill team with Mark Burgess of The Chameleons for song, tour (2016)

“On the Inside” appears on new album by Soft Kill, Choke, due out November 4 on Profound Lore Records. The song features guest vocals by Mark Burgess of ’80s UK band The Chameleons, a band Soft Kill cites as heroes. Frontman Tobias V.H. says “having one of our main influences take part in the album was pretty life-changing.” A departure from the sounds that have [...]

I’m Glad It’s You ready album for 6131, tour (2016)

I’m Glad It’s You are now streaming their new single “Curbside” via GoldFlakePaint. This is the title track off of the band’s debut album The Things I Never Say, coming out November 4 via 6131 Records. You can also stream the band’s single ”Keepsake” and a re-recorded version of their single “Daydreams” that was previously released on cassette via Impose Magazine. Pre-orders [...]

deM atlaS shares video for “Perfect Day,” tours

deM atlaS just dropped a brand new video for “Perfect Day”, one of the most contagious tracks from his recent release, mF deM. The crisp new visuals, directed by Samiera Abou-Nasr, follow an optimistic deM atlaS as he sheds his dead weight in pursuit of the ultimate inner peace on a beautifully sunny day. Watch HERE NOW: Catch deM atlaS currently on the tour Freshwater [...]

Sneeze tours in support of new LP

Allston, MA outfit Sneeze have just dropped their newest and arguably best material recently. The album is available worldwide digitally (iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc) and on limited vinyl format in select stores and through Deathwish Inc. “Rot” marks the second release on the Glory Kid label, careening after their second full length “Wilt” which was [...]

Animal Lover shares stream of LP, tours

Animal Lover’s new album Stay Alive (Soundcloud) is an expansive record, void of limitations and free of inhibitions and it’s officially out now on Forward Records. It’s the kind of punk that has you thinking anything is possible and the old “less is more” adage will never be quite the same. The Minneapolis based trio are [...]

Super Unison share video for “You Don’t Tell Me,” tour

Oakland, CA trio Super Unison have premiered a music video for their new song “You Don’t Tell Me” via She Shreds Magazine.  The premiere partnership should come as no surprise; the song opens with the lyrics “Listen here little girl…” and touches on an incident where bassist/vocalist Meghan O’Neil Pennie had to deal with a man speaking [...]