Hailing from North West Indiana, Native is comprised of four friends who came together after realizing they were each the most serious about music in each of their former high school bands. The guys decided to retire their childhood groups and instead come together to form Native in the Summer of 2007. Word of mouth [...]
Entries for January, 2013
Dallas’ Absu are set to head out on their “North American Connexus Conjuration” tour. Here are the dates: 4/5 Philadelphia, PA Millcreek Tavern 4/6 Chesapeake, VA – Roger’s 4/7 Richmond, VA – Strange Matter 4/8 Baltimore, MD – The Windup Space 4/9 Cambridge, MA – Middle East/Upstairs 4/10-11 Brooklyn, NY - St. Vitus 4/12 Hartford, CT [...]
Another batch of dates been added to Today Is The Day‘s forthcoming run with Black Tusk, KEN mode and Fight Amp. Select new dates will see appearances from Keelhaul and Ringworm. You can find the revised schedule for the run below: With Black Tusk, KEN mode & Fight Amp: 03/05 Portland, ME – Port City [...]
Tomahawk took a break to discover the many truths of the universe. They also uncovered several non truths. They were primarily holed up in a special place similar to the many caves in the mountains of Appalachia. They found time to create the new tunes that make up their new record Oddfellows that will be [...]
The wonderful Disney animated short, “Paperman,” just became available via YouTube:
Intronaut‘s brand new single “Milk Leg” is ready for streaming online through Invisibleoranges.com. A digital single for the track is due out on February 5 with a 7″ to follow. The bands new full-length outing Habitual Levitations will land in stores on March 19 through Century Media.
The Gates Of Slumber have digitally released a new five-song EP titled Stormcrow for free through ScionAV.com.
KEN mode have launched a second song from their forthcoming album Entrench. You can check out “The Promises Of God” online now over at Stereogum.com. The track features guest vocals from Dave Verellen (Narrows, ex-Botch). Entrench will be released on March 19 via Season Of Mist.
While the Mayan apocalypse was a dud and apocalypse talk petered out, the world is quickly approaching a devastating phenomenon, the long-awaited, forthcoming self-titled new album from the Bronx (out February 4). Though the band spent the last few years focusing on their side gig, Mariachi El Bronx, they’ve put down their sombreros and strapped [...]
Hostage Calm have announced a run of headline dates this April with support from Turnover and The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die. The tour will include a stop at Today’s Mixtape Festival in Long Island. Hostage Calm will also appear at the Jamboree Festival in Toledo, OH [...]