Entries for July, 2013

Enabler embarks on seven-city tour (2013)

Enabler will embark on a seven-city East Coast tour based around their performance at this year’s massive This Is Hardcore fest in Philadelphia where they’ll perform on Friday, August 9 alongside Modern Life is War, Tragedy and others. In addition to This Is Hardcore, Chicago, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Brooklyn, Cambridge and Dayton will all get an [...]

Gary Numan readies album, tours (2013)

Electro and industrial music pioneer Gary Numan will release Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind) on October 15, his first new studio album in over seven years. A long-time advocate of artist independence, Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind), will be released on Numan’s own label Machine Music. Numan co-produced his 20th studio album with long-time collaborator [...]

Animal Style Records announces tour (2013)

Los Angeles based indie, Animal Style Records, has announced dates for the Animal Style Tour, which will feature three of the label’s most popular New England acts. The trek will be headlined by New Bedford, MA’s Half Hearted Hero and will feature support from New Bedford’s Raindance and Hamden, CT’s Wolves at Bay. Releases from [...]

Running ready Vaguely Ethnic, play shows (2013)

Chicago noise merchants Running will release their new album, Vaguely Ethnic, on August 6 via Castle Face. The band have a few random dates coming up. Those are listed below: 8 24 Cataracts Festival Indianapolis IN – with Cave, Apace Dropout, Cop City Chill Pillars and more 8 31 Logan Square Auditorium Chicago, IL with [...]

Wartorn announce tour dates in support of Iconic Nightmare (2013)

Following a short break after several stateside tours this year, including a hefty excursion with Raw Power, Wisconsin crustbrigade Wartorn will take their caravan back to the highways this week.  Dates are below. Since 2004, Wartorn has assaulted humans live across thirteen countries in North America and Europe and released an arsenal of recordings on [...]

We Still Dream streams new album

Pop-punk newcomers We Still Dream have surprised fans with a stream of their new album, Something To Smile About, a week before its August 6 release date.  The Jacksonville band’s sophomore album was engineered and produced by Josh Cobb at Rockbot Studios in the band’s hometown of Jacksonville, FL.  The album features twelve infectious pop-punk [...]

Austin Lucas readies Stay Reckless, tours (2013)

Fresh off a solo run on the Acoustic Basement stage at Warped Tour, alt-country crooner Austin Lucas has put together a cracking band for the first of what’s sure to be many tours in support of his anticipated New West Records debut, Stay Reckless, out August 27. The road-worn Nashville-based troubadour, who tours nearly 10 [...]

Red Fang announces first leg of fall tour (2013)

Red Fang has announced the first leg of their fall U.S. tour, which features support from Helms Alee, Dog Shredder, and Gaytheist. Here’s the latest schedule: 10/9 Sacramento, CA @ Harlow’s 10/10 West Hollywood, CA @ The Troubadour 10/11 San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick 10/12 Tucson, AZ @ Southwest Terror Festival 10/13 Albuquerque, [...]

You Indie Feature: An interview with Slim TX of True Widow

On True Widow’s third album the Dallas heavy ‘stonegaze’ trio hone in on their trademark syrupy simplicity with absolute perfection.  Equal parts drone, post-rock and shoegaze, Circumambaulation is the band’s most, controlled, concise and realized effort yet.  Simultaneously True Widow’s darkest and poppiest record,  it is a moody triumph of a record perfect for both [...]

From The Horse’s Mouth: James Paul Luna (Holy Grail) on Ride The Void

Founded in 2008 after vocalist James Paul Luna and drummer Tyler Meahl (brother of Huntress guitarist Blake Meahl) left White Wizzard, Holy Grail have been cranking out traditional sounding heavy metal that earned the band a Metal Hammer Golden Gods “Best New Band” nomination before they even had an album out.  When they finally dropped [...]