Music Video: Myself in Mirrors – “Pinene Forte Et Dure”

Posted by ChrisDude on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 8:45 PM (PST)

New Jersey-based post-hardcore band Myself in Mirrors have premiered a music video for their song ”Pinene Forte Et Dure”, taken from their latest EP Half Light Out, which came out last November on Imminence Records.

You can watch the video below.

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The song “August 8th” appears on NOFX’s 1996 album “Heavy Petting Zoo” and was written as an ode (for lack of a better word) to the death of Greatful Dead singer Jerry Garcia. Fat Mike later admitted he messed up the date. Garcia died on August 9th.


Knuckle Puck plan first “The Weight That You Buried” vinyl release

Posted by jaystone on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 6:06 PM (PST)

Chicago pop-punkers Knuckle Puck originally released their latest EP, “The Weight That You Buried,” back in September of last year. Thanks to Zack and the folks at Bad Timing Records, it’ll now appear on vinyl for the first time.

The vinyl edition of “The Weight That You Buried” will feature the four original tracks plus two bonus acoustic tracks, all pressed on one-sided 12-inch vinyl. Click here to buy your own copy, but be advised: it’s not officially on sale until tomorrow at 2pm!

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Details announced for Tenebrae/PanzerBastard split

Posted by jaystone on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 5:42 PM (PST)

Get ready, Boston thrash/hardcore fans. The cover art and some more specific release information has been announced for the upcoming Tenebrae / PanzerBastard split!

Entitled “The Sons Of Belial,” the split is currently at the pressing plant in anticipation of a July 8th release. No pre-orders available yet, but stay tuned; the first hundred will be on “blood-splattered vinyl.” Knowing Tenebrae and PanzerBastard (the former features Mark from The Unseen and Rob and Craig from Blood For Blood, while the latter features Keith Benentt and Dom DiBenedetto whom you should all be familiar with), that means it’ll be splattered in actual blood. Sweet.

“The Sons Of Belial” will be released by Jailhouse Records.
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Outlier (California hardcore) release new EP, “Seasons”

Posted by jaystone on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 5:23 PM (PST)

Santa Clara, California hardcore act Outlier has just released their debut EP, “Seasons.” If you’re looking for a new hardcore act to get into, or you liked the band’s debut single “Time Turner” late last year, you can check it out here.

“Seasons” was self-released and is available for stream and pay-as-you-want download at the link above.

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Hawthorne Heights announce US tour dates

Posted by Drea on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 3:40 PM (PST)

Hawthorne Heights have added a string of US tour dates to their 10-year anniversary tour.

You can check them out below.

Hawthorne Heights last release, “Zero”, back in June 2013 through Red River Entertainment.

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Brian Marquis, solo artist and former member of Therefore I Am, has just released a new song to stream from his upcoming debut full-length solo album “Blood & Spirits”.

The track is entitled “Drink You Up”, and you can check it out below.

“Blood & Spirits” is set to be released on May 13th through Equal Vision Records.

Marquis most recently contributed to the “Vans Warped Tour” and “One H.E.L.L. of a Compilation” albums in 2012.

If you happen to live in the UK, you may be able to see Brian perform during the Acoustic Basement Tour this week.

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You Me at Six releases teaser for music video of “Cold Night”

Posted by Drea on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 3:04 PM (PST)

Pop punk act You Me at Six have released a short teaser for the music video of their song “Could Night.”

You can watch it here.

The band’s newest album “Cavalier Youth” was released on January 27th through Epitaph Records.

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La Armada streaming “Human Filth” from upcoming EP “Crisis”

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 1:34 PM (PST)

Chicago (via Dominican Republic) hardcore act La Armada is streaming a brand new song from their upcoming EP “Crisis”, which is set to be released May 13th through Profane Existence + Fat Sandwich Records.

The track is entitled “Human Filth”, and you can give it a little listen here.

The guys recently made another album from the EP (“Vincho-Leonelista”) available to stream, which you can check out here.

La Armada has also announced a run of east coast and midwestern tour dates which you can check out below.

The band released their debut album earlier last year.

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Music Video: Between the Buried and Me – “Lay Your Ghosts to Rest”

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 1:13 PM (PST)

Hardcore metal band Between the Buried and Me has just released a new music video for their song “Lay Your Ghosts to Rest”.

The track appears on the band’s latest album, “The Parallax II: Future Sequence”, which was released back in October, 2012 through Metal Blade Records.

You can view the video below, which features clips of live shows from their tour last October.

Between the Buried and Me recently announced a little summer tour, dates and locations of which can be seen here.

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Russ Rankin (Good Riddance) discusses covering Tony Sly’s “Via Munich”

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 12:53 PM (PST)

The Tony Sly tribute website (tonysly.org) has been compiling little stories about Tony, written by contributors to the “The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute” album.

The Flatliners, Strung Out, Yellowcard, Pennywise, and more have all contributed short stories about Tony’s influence in their life, and what the covers meant to them.

The newest installation comes from Good Riddance frontman Russ Rankin, who covered Sly’s “Via Munich” for the tribute album. Here’s what he had to say,

When my band was just getting our feet wet as part of the FAT Wreck Chords family, Tony took us under his wing and had us play several shows around California with his band. Later that year, when our first album was released, Tony invited us to tour Europe supporting his band. We had never been overseas and we were really stoked to get the chance. Our first album was a collection of songs cobbled together by various riffs brought in by various members over a period of 3-4 years, with me writing lyrics and melodies over them. As we were writing our first album, I began picking up my guitar (which I could barely play) and tried to write more complete songs. I didn’t consider this “songwriting” per se, it was more for expediency’s sake. While in Europe, Tony and I had several conversations about music and songwriting. He gave me tons of insight and advice, although I don’t know if he realized at the time how helpful he was. He asked me about our songs, which he knew surprisingly well, and who had written them. It turned out that he particularly liked some of the songs I had written start to finish, as opposed to the collection of separate riffs strapped together. He told me something I will never forget: he told me that I was the songwriter of the band, and that I needed to take the reins and assume that responsibility. He told me to start thinking of the process in terms of writing complete songs, rather then just bringing a riff or two to practice. It was completely new information for me, but it helped shape the way I have approached songwriting ever since. He believed in me as a songwriter, and he believed in our band at a time when we were still unsure if we’d be able to make a real go of it. 

I will always remember his calm demeanor and his understated humor. He always had a way of making the endless monotony of tour seem fun and adventurous. He found the wonder in everyday things and helped everyone around him enjoy them that much more.

The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute, featuring covers of songs by No Use for a Name and Mr. Sly from NOFX, Bad Religion, Strung Out, Rise Against, Pennywise, The Gaslight Anthem and many others, was released on October 29th through Fat Wreck Chords.

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Back in February we reported on a little recording session for San Francisco punks Bum City Saints, where Dying Scene joined the band at Shark Bite Studios in Oakland to observe them (and contribute to) laying down vocals for their upcoming album, “Ride The Storm”.

This week, the band has released details surrounding the new material as well as a ‘behind-the-scenes’ video from the studio which features little previews of three new songs.

“Ride The Storm” is set to be released through Pirates Press Records on June 17th. You can view album artwork, and have a look at the track list below.

Alessandro Pulisci (singer of At Our Heels and owner of Ugly Owl Films) recorded and produced the ‘in-the-studio’ video, which can be viewed below.

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Music Video: Veara – “Next Stop…Everywhere”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 11:53 AM (PST)

Georgia pop punk band Veara have released a music video for their song “Next Stop…Everywhere,” which appears on their new album Growing Up Is Killing Me.

You can check it out over here.

Growing Up Is Killing Me was released on September 24th via Epitaph Records.

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