Entries for February, 2016

Modern Baseball release teaser for third LP

Philadelphia indie punk quartet Modern Baseball have released a new trailer and details about their upcoming third LP Holy Ghost, including cover art and track listing. Slated to be released on Run For Cover Records on May 13, 2016, the album was recorded by Joe Reinhart (Hop Along, Joyce Manor) in Philadelphia’s Headroom Studios. Cover art and [...]

Caspian do Audiotree session, tour (2016)

Caspian are thrilled to share their most recent live session for Audiotree, which features the band playing new songs from their latest studio album Dust and Disquiet including “Echo and Abyss,” “Arcs of Command,” and “Run Dry,” the latter featuring a haunting guest vocal spot from label mate Tanner Merritt of O’Brother.  Caspian also performed [...]

A-F Records unveils 2016 record club

A-F Records has unveiled its 2016 record club today.  Among many awesome releases planned for the year, including the recently-announced Worship This! full length “Mint”, A-F Records will also be including some more interactive elements to the subscription.  For starters, subscribers will be choosing the songs, tracklisting, and photo’s used on a new Anti-Flag Live [...]

Sorority Noise ready EP for Topshelf Records, tour (2016)

Sorority Noise have announced a new EP for Topshelf Records, It Kindly Stopped For Me, the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2015 album Joy, Departed will be released on April 22, 2016. The EP was recorded and produced by the band with exclusive artwork from Mitch Wojcik. Catch them on tour now: # = w/ Citizen, Turnover, Milk [...]

Death Index release video for “FUP,” tour (2016)

As Death Index gear up for the release of their debut full-length, they’ve unveiled a music video for the third single from the album, titled “FUP”, which can be seen below.  Additionally, the band has announced four weeks of touring, with dates in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, this April and May in support of [...]

Refused return to the U.S. for tour dates (2016)

Refused will return to the U.S. for tour dates this spring, with shows kicking off on May 26 in San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore and concluding June 9 in Orlando, FL at The Beacham Theater. lThe Coathangers and Epitaph label mates Plague Vendor will join the tour as support. VIP upgrades will be available [...]

Kal Marks release LP via Exploding In Sound, tour (2016)

Boston indie-sludge trio Kal Marks released their new album Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies on February 19 via Exploding In Sound and Midnight Werewolf Records. The long awaited follow up to Life Is Murder finds the band taking a sunnier disposition… though just slightly, and now you can stream the record in its entirety via MTV News. The site spoke [...]

Primitive Weapons shares “Night Eyes,” readies LP for Party Smasher Inc.

Primitive Weapons returns with new album The Future of Death, coming April 15 on Party Smasher Inc. From Brooklyn, New York, Primitive Weapons embodies that moment where hardcore opens its fists and embraces the grandeur of rock – where feral rage joins with melody and texture to transform into something even more enthralling. Fugazi did this in the late ’80s; in New York [...]

See Through Dresses 12″ released via Tiny Engines

Tiny Engines welcomed Omaha, NE’s See Through Dresses to the label roster in 2015 and released End Of Days, a six-song 12″ in the Fall. Vinyl is now in stock in the TE Store. Digital available on Bandcamp, iTunes and Spotify. See Through Dresses began recording sessions for their sophomore full-length in January. The record [...]

Solids ready EP for Topshelf, tour (2016)

Solids’ 2014 debut LP Blame Confusion (Fat Possum/Dine Alone) was lauded for its revved-up take on alt-rock from the early ’90s. Its poppy melodies set against a dense, relentless soundscape pointed to guitarist Xavier Germain-Poitras and drummer Louis Guillemette’s formative years in the hardcore scene. Their forthcoming Else EP, out on Topshelf/Dine Alone Records on April [...]