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NY in 64 share “A Towering Relic”

MetalSucks has released the newest single from NY64, the debut LP from the New Jersey-based instrumental rock/hardcore outfit known as NY IN 64, launching the record’s third track, “A Towering Relic.” While over-the-top metallic brutalization is far from NY IN 64′s approach, a deeply emotional pummeling undeniably in store over the course of their recorded [...]

Failure ready The Heart Is A Monster, play shows (2015)

Failure release The Heart Is A Monster, the Los Angeles-based trio’s highly anticipated follow-up to 1996’s Fantastic Planet, on June 30 via INgrooves Music Group’s artist services division, INresidence. The band recently announced the vinyl reissue of Fantastic Planet, available exclusively via PledgeMusic: www.pledgemusic.com/failure. With more tour dates to come, the band has recently announced [...]

Fight Amp to tour with KEN mode (2015)

Philadelphia, PA noise rock powerhouse Fight Amputation (Fight Amp for short) have announced their first new record in three years, entitled Constantly Off.  Set for release on June 9 via Brutal Panda Records, Constantly Off was recorded in August 2014 at Gradwell House Studios in Haddon Heights, NJ with engineer Steve Poponi (Ladder Devils, Fight Amp).  A trailer with a sampling [...]

Diamond Youth prepare Nothing Matters for release

After four EPs, Baltimore’s Diamond Youth are set to finally release their debut full length Nothing Matters on May 19 via Topshelf Records.  The alt rock band boasts a rigorous background in art, design and skateboarding – most of the members met while attending MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) together and work as graphic [...]

My America shares in studio video

My America has teamed with Substream Magazine to present an exclusive video clip showing behind-the-scenes action from the recording of new album Misses. The Brooklyn trio’s second full-length, Misses was recorded with producer Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Magrudergrind) at Developing Nations in Baltimore, MD and is currently being mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails, Code [...]

Hidden In Plain View ready 7″, tour (2015)

New Jersey’s Hidden In Plain View will release a new 7” titled ‘Animal’ via Rise Records. It will be LIMITED to only 750 on clear vinyl and 250 on royal blue/grimace purple (color in color) vinyl. The 7″ consists of three new songs and coincides with their new tour-dates. The tracks were produced and recorded by guitar [...]

Upsilon Acrux share “Dogshit on the Shoulders of Giants”

Decibel Magazine presents the premiere of Upsilon Acrux’s “Dogshit on the Shoulders of Giants,” a track off the LA quintet’s upcoming new album, Sun Square Dialect. Stream the madness, here. Sun Square Dialect, Upsilon Acrux’s seventh full-length, comes out April 14 on New Atlantis Records. Led by founder/guitarist Paul Lai, the mercurial band has been [...]

Braid cover Broken Hearts Are Blue on forthcoming 7″

Topshelf Records and seminal indie-rock band Braid are pleased to announce the release of “Kids Get Grids,” the band’s upcoming Record Store Day 7″. Available on Saturday, April 18 at participating Record Store Day stores, the 7″ will feature the title track as well as “Because I Am,” a cover song originally written by the [...]

PJ Bond shares “The Better Option”

PJ Bond released a stream of the track “The Better Option” from his upcoming sophomore LP Where Were You? yesterday via BrooklynVegan.  Where Were You drops May 4 on Black Numbers in the U.S. and Xtra Mile Recordings worldwide and pre-orders are available now. Listen to “The Better Option” “The Better Option” shows Bond at his [...]

Southern Lord to release YDI discography

Southern Lord has activated several tracks from the label’s upcoming vinyl discography collection from Philly hardcore icons, YDI, as the deluxe reissue nears release in early April. Spanning different eras of the infamous crew’s random lineage and discography, the tracks “Black Dust,” the demo version of “8th Man,” and the band’s namesake track, “Why Die?,” [...]