Entries for July, 2014

On The Road Again: Meridian

The Cathedral, the forthcoming record from Meridian, a band that includes Max Stern from Signals Midwest and his brother Jake Stern, will be released August 19 by Youth Conspiracy Records.  To celebrate, the dudes, who play folky indie rock and punk fare will be heading east for a round of tour dates before their release [...]

Dads announce headlining tour (2014)

New Jersey natives Dads are embarking on their first full North America headline tour this fall in support of their upcoming sophomore full-length, I’ll Be The Tornado out October 14 on 6131 Records. The band will be bringing fellow riff masters Tiny Moving Parts, Nai Harvest, and Choir Vandals to support them, marking the first [...]

Lee Corey Oswald share “Regards”

Portland rock act Lee Corey Oswald will release their new record, Regards, on this coming Tuesday, August 5, via No Sleep Records. But before they do, the band has premiered the title track from the album today with Purevolume.com. Fans are also invited to pre-order the record now at http://bit.ly/1gvJFt2. Sing-along to Lee Corey Oswald’s [...]

The Ergs! reissue DorkRockCorkRod on vinyl

Recently heralded by The A.V. Club as a pop-punk essential, The Ergs! have released a new vinyl master of their debut LP DorkRockCorkRod. The classic album is celebrating its 10th Anniversary and is available now.

The Shape Of Rock To Come: Julia Blake, Andrew Thomas (Vow)

Consisting of vocalist Julia Blake, and instrumentalist Andrew Thomas, Vow have been known to dance along the genre lines of synth-pop, dream-pop, dark wave and post punk. Driven by drum machines and rich bass lines, Julia’s soulful, and melodic alto vocals ooze on top of the analog pulsing synths and dreamy pads. LA duo Vow [...]

Prawn share “First as Tragedy, Second as Farce,” tour (2014)

Ridgewood, NJ’s Prawn are streaming a new song titled “First as Tragedy, Second as Farce” on Topshelf Records’ website. The track appears on the band’s forthcoming LP, Kingfisher, out August 12. Prawn spent the early part of this month playing select dates with Into It, Over It and will wrap up their run with The [...]

Rob Zombie, Tony Moore (The Walking Dead) provide Assassin’s Creed Unity preview

At Comic Con, Ubisoft® debuted a new animated short about the French Revolution and inspired by the upcoming video game Assassin’s Creed Unity created by the unlikely duo of famed musician and master of horror Rob Zombie and artist Tony Moore, co-creator of The Walking Dead. Assassin’s Creed Unity Presents: Rob Zombie’s French Revolution, re-imagined [...]

Citizen announce headlining tour dates (2014)

Citizen have announced that You Blew It!, Hostage Calm, Praise and True Love will be joining them on their first North American headlining tour this fall.  Tickets for all of the shows are currently on sale (all tour dates below). 09/06 – Toronto, ON @ Riot Fest 09/12 – Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom# 09/13 [...]

Frontier(s) ready EP, tour (2014)

Former Elliott singer Chris Higdon’s current band Frontier(s) will release a new EP, White Lights on August 5 via Tiny Engines. The band’s tour kicks off soon too: AUG 12 – Louisville, KY @ The Cure Lounge AUG 13 – Lancaster, PA @ The Seed AUG 14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle AUG [...]

Grey Gordon shares “Indianapolis 2008,” tours (2014)

Grey Gordon has released a new song called “Indianapolis 2008” at Noisey.com. The track is featured on Gordon’s upcoming debut, full-length record, Forget I Brought It Up, which is due out on September 2 via No Sleep Records. The album is currently available for pre-order now at https://nosleeprecords.com/product/7305. Stream Grey Gordon’s “Indianapolis 2008” at Noisey.com: [...]