The East Coast Tsunami Fest returns to Reading, PA (2015)

The East Coast Tsunami Fest returns to Reading, Pennsylvania in September. The event will take place on Friday, September 25 at Santander Arena and Saturday, September 26 at Reverb. Confirmed artists are as follows:

Day 1 @ Santander Arena

Wu Tang Clan
Mobb Deep
Bodycount w Ice-T
Wisdom In Chains
Strength For A Reason
Angel Dust
The Wilding Incident
*plus surprise guests

Day 2 @ Reverb

Life Of Agony
Walls Of Jericho
Murphys Law
Crown Of Thornz
Dog Eat Dog
Death Threat
Cruel Hand
For The Love Of
Rude Awakening
Dead On The Streets
Sicker Than Most
*plus surprise guests

See Through Dresses ready EP, tour (2015)

Tiny Engines recently welcomed Omaha, Nebraska’s See Through Dresses to the label roster. Fresh off recent tour dates with Cursive and Beach Slang the band recorded six new songs that will make up their Tiny Engines debut, End Of Days. The EP will be released in the Fall of 2015. Song premieres and vinyl pre-orders coming soon!

The band has some August tour dates upcoming including dates with Cymbals Eat Guitars and The Good Life. Full dates listed below.

AUG 01 – Wichita, KS @ Barleycorns
AUG 02 – Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective w/ Cymbals Eat Guitars
AUG 03 – Kansas City, MO @ recordBar w/ Cymbals Eat Guitars
AUG 04 – St. Louis, MO @ Firebird w/ Cymbals Eat Guitars
AUG 05 – Indianapolis, IN @ HIFI w/ Cymbals Eat Guitars
AUG 06 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project w/ Cymbals Eat Guitars
AUG 17 – St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club w/ Dan Mariska & The Boys Choir
AUG 18 – Milwaukee, WI @ Linneman’s w/ Dan Mariska & The Boys Choir
AUG 19 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall w/ The Good Life and Big Harp
AUG 20 – Kalamazoo, MI @ Louie’s Trophy House
AUG 21 – Rock Island, IL @ Rozz-Tox
AUG 22 – Omaha, NE @ O’Leaver’s

Run Forever share “Separate Bedrooms”

Pittsburgh indie-rock band Run Forever has announced they’ll be releasing a new, self-titled album on October 9 via No Sleep Records. Today, the band has partnered with to reveal a new song called “Separate Bedrooms.” Fans can pre-order the record now at

Stream “Separate Bedrooms” now at

I tried writing this a lot of different ways to avoid saying who it’s about, but it’s about my mom,” says singer/guitarist Anthony Heubel. “She’ll probably cry if she ever reads this. It’s a song about the ups and downs of life and holding onto memories. It’s a sobering account of how we can sometimes find ourselves left in an unfair spot for no good reason, with such little time and energy left to turn things around. I am a product of that life, and Separate Bedrooms is an observation of how random and left to chance our outcomes or existences can feel.”

Heubel is no stranger to writing emotive and evocative songs that his audience can relate to. Over the last several years his band Run Forever has become well known for their gifted songwriting and alt-indie musical style that’s flourished on fan-favorite records like The Devil, And Death, And Me, A Few Good Things EP and several splits with bands like The Wild and Adventures.

Run Forever’s self-titled release was produced by HUM’s Matt Talbott and Kyle Gilbride (Waxahatchee), and features 11 songs, including the recently released single “Big Vacation.”

Caustic Casanova sign to Retro Futurist, share “Show Some Shame”

Caustic Casanova is a loud, heavy rock trio from Washington, DC. They’ve been tearing up stages and studios alike with their unique brand of eclectic, “absurdly muscled uber-psyche” since their inception on the campus of The College of William & Mary in 2005. In 2008, CC released their first ever full-length studio album, a seventy-two minute tour-de-force entitled Imminent Eminence. Four years later, they unleashed 2012’s critically acclaimed Someday You Will Be Proven Correct, produced by J. Robbins.

After the release of Someday You Will Be Proven Correct and a 2012 SXSW tour came the sudden departure of the group’s original guitarist, and a most critical juncture for the band – whether to continue as Caustic Casanova, start another project, or part ways altogether. After much deliberation, drummer/vocalist Stefanie Zaenker and bassist/lead vocalist Francis Beringer decided to honor the work they’d done over the years together by continuing Caustic Casanova.

Months of experimenting as a bass and drums two piece were followed by rounds of guitar player auditions, finally yielding the missing element to the new CC, longtime fan, friend and all-around six string wizard Andrew Yonki. Over the next two years CC embarked on two lengthy national tours and several shorter ones, and earned a much bigger following in DC. In 2014, the band signed to Kylesa-owned Retro Futurist Records after opening for the psych-metal veterans, and spent several weeks in the studio. Despite losing Stefanie for nearly half a year to severe wrist injuries from a life threatening accident (once again putting the very existence of the band in jeopardy) CC returned stronger, tighter and more motivated than ever to build sonic temples in which to worship feedback, massive riffs, delay pedals, bass fuzz, thunderous drum fills and soaring vocal melody.

The end product of these years of writing and recording through trial and tribulation is Caustic Casanova’s new album and Retro Futurist debut, Breaks, once again produced by J. Robbins. Breaks features seven unconventional and melodic heavy rock songs, none quite like the other, and covers a vast sonic territory from dark, driving post-punk to psychedelic post-metal, from heavy doom blues to epic space rock and everything in between. Breaks will be released on September 25, 2015. Look for Caustic Casanova on tour in the U.S. throughout August, October and November.

Stream/Share: Caustic Casanova – “Show Some Shame” via Exclaim! or Soundcloud

Forced Order ready Vanished Crusade for Revelation, tour (2015)

Forced Order’s Vanished Crusade is now playing in its torrential entirety through an early stream at Decibel Magazine, a week-and-a-half ahead of its street date through Revelation Records next Friday, August 7.

Churning with a 1990s grip on brutal metallic hardcore, their scorching divebomb leads heavy-chugging hooks and breakdowns form a lethal alloy romanticizing the works of Cleveland-heroes Integrity, Ringworm and In Cold Blood and the works of kingpins Cold As Life, Merauder, early Hatebreed and the like. While the members of the band also individually hail from Twitching Tongues, Disgrace, Soul Search, and others, with Forced Order their bleak views of the planet are delivered with a different, primal sense of impenetrable conviction. Jaw-clenching angst fuels every minute of the band’s debut LP, Vanished Crusade, with fourteen tracks packed full of infectious, punishing grooves enveloped in a haunting, ill-omened aura, produced by Taylor Young at The Pit (Nails, Xibalba, Twitching Tongues). Vanished Crusade is now playing in full courtesy of an early album stream at Decibel Magazine.

Furiously unload Forced Order’s Vanished Crusade through Decibel now at THIS LOCATION.

Revelation Records will issue Vanished Crusade on CD and digital platforms on August 7, with the vinyl version to follow in the Fall. Preorders for all physical formats- with 500 copies of the LP on Coke Bottle Clear and 1200 on Clear Gold – including merch bundles, are now available through RevHQ RIGHT HERE.

Having just taken part in This Is Hardcore in Philadelphia, on August 1st, the band will cross back to the East Coast with shows in Arizona, Oklahoma and Virginia between August 1 and 5 on their way to the start of The Life & Death Tour. Featuring headliners Bane and Turnstile, they will join Backtrack, Mizery and Heavy Chains for the entire twenty-six city tour of North America, with regional sets from Power Trip, Death Threat, Bitter End and Crown Of Thornz on select dates. The tour starts in Rochester, New York on August 6th and ends in Amityville, New York on August 31.

8/01/2015 The Nile Theatre – Mesa, AZ
8/03/2015 Boulevard Trash – Tulsa, OK
8/05/2015 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
8/06/2015 The Harmony House – Rochester, NY

FORCED ORDER on The Life & Death Tour 2015 w/ Bane, Turnstile, Backtrack, Mizery, Heavy Chains:

8/07/2015 The Waterfront Tavern – Holyoke, MA w/ Death Threat

8/08/2015 Gamechanger World – Howell, NJ
8/09/2015 Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
8/10/2015 Greene St – Greensboro, NC
8/11/2015 The Orpheum – Tampa, FL
8/12/2015 Underbelly – Jacksonville, FL
8/13/2015 The Drunken Unicorn – Atlanta, GA
8/14/2015 Walter’s – Houston, TX w/ Crown Of Thornz
8/15/2015 Sons of Herman Hall – Dallas, TX w/ Crown Of Thornz
8/16/2015 The Korova – San Antonio, TX w/ Crown Of Thornz
8/17/2015 Club Red – Phoenix, AZ
8/18/2015 Epicenter – San Diego, CA
8/19/2015 Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
8/20/2015 Jewel’s Catch One – Los Angeles, CA
8/21/2015 Oakland Metro – Oakland, CA
8/22/2015 Jub Jub’s – Reno, NV
8/23/2015 Club Sound – Salt Lake City, UT
8/24/2015 Marquis Theater – Denver, CO w/ Power Trip
8/25/2015 Aftershock Bar and Grill – Merriam, KS w/ Power Trip
8/26/2015 Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL w/ Power Trip, Bitter End
8/27/2015 Legends – Cincinnati, OH w/ Power Trip, Bitter End
8/28/2015 Majestic Cafe – Detroit, MI w/ Power Trip, Bitter End
8/29/2015 The Rockpile – Toronto, ON w/ Power Trip, Bitter End
8/30/2015 Les Foufounes Electriques – Montreal, QC w/ Power Trip
8/31/2015 Revolution – Amityville, NY
*Mizery on dates 8/06-8/25 only

Tears for Fears announce tour dates (2015)

Eighties icons Tears for Fears, who are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their classic Songs from the Big Chair, continue to tour and have added a few shows.

Sep 19 Vina Robles Amphitheatre Paso Robles, CA
Sep 24 Freedom Hill Amphitheatre Sterling Heights, MI
Sep 25 Casino Rama Rama, Canada
Sep 26 Casino Rama Rama, Canada
Sep 28 The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY
Sep 29 Mayo Performing Arts Center Morristown, NJ
Sep 30 Count Basie Theatre Red Bank, NJ

Rise Against to tour with Killswitch Engage and Letlive (2015)

Rise Against, Killswitch Engage, and Letlive have added a second leg to their North American tour. The newly announced dates will take place in November and can be found below.

11/1 Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
11/3 Lancaster, PA @ Freedom Hall
11/4 Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
11/6 Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room – Old National Centre
11/7 Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theater
11/8 Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore
11/10 Richmond, VA @ The National
11/12 Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore
11/13 Atlanta, GA @ The Tabernacle
11/14 Orlando, FL @ Central Florida Fairgrounds
11/16 Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
11/17 Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
11/18 Tulsa, OK @ Brady Theatre
11/20 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee
11/21 Las Vegas, NV @ Downtown Las Vegas Event Center
11/22 San Diego, CA @ Soma

The Bouncing Souls to play shows with Leftover Crack, Beach Slang and All Torn Up (2015)

The Bouncing Souls, Leftover Crack, Beach Slang and All Torn Up are playing three shows together in October.

Date Location
October 15th Patchogue, NY
October 16th Clifton Park, NY
October 17th Lancaster, PA

Wrecking Ball ATL Festival 2015 announces full schedule

Atlanta’s Wrecking Ball ATL Festival has announced the full schedule for the 2 day event. The festival is set to take place the weekend of August 8-9, 2015. Announced bands include Descendents, Failure, American Nightmare, Beach Slang, Knapsack and more. You can check out the full schedule by clicking here.

Meat Wave share “Delusion Moon”

Pegged by many as the must-hear album of the year, Chicago’s Meat Wave is set to release their new full-length Delusion Moon on September 18. Today, the band shares a frenetic new music video for the album’s title track, containing more energy in its tiny >2 minute package than the sun itself. No, seriously.

Watch “Delusion Moon” via Noisey:

Pre-order Delusion Moon in the US:

Pre-order Delusion Moon in the UK:

Later this fall, Meat Wave will join a very special TBA guest for a co-headlining tour down to The Fest in Gainesville, FL followed by a short headlining run in the UK. All tickets are on sale now.

Formed in 2011 by the trio of Chris Sutter (vocals/guitar), Joe Gac (bass) and Ryan Wizniak (drums), the three punk scene stalwarts came together and, just a year later, released its self-titled full-length debut. That first collection of songs was a master class in abrasive post-punk made to feel poppy, simultaneously referencing Hot Snakes, the disgruntled lyricism of Shellac and a little bit of The Jesus Lizard’s fire-spitting sneer just for good measure.