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My latest discovery comes from the Land Down Under and goes by the name of What's Left Is Yours. The 3-piece punk outfit is currently streaming their debut self-titled EP and offering it as a pay what you want download. They're playing a catchy-sing-along-Hardcoreish Pop-Punk. Confused? Let me explain: Being the sucker that I am, I got hooked at the 0:25 mark of the highly addictive opening song "Punk Rock Party". But when I started listening to "Insanity", the song that followed, I was like "Fuck, am I listening to the same band?!" A completely different sound from the first tune, a much more heavy and less poppy approach that somehow reminded me of Only Crime, and it didn't stop there...I've been brought back to Blink-182's "Dude Ranch" era as soon as the 3rd song "Mexico" kicked in... Anyway, I'll stop there and let you guys judge it for yourself. If you like diversity and you feel like being all mixed up in a good way, give a listen to the Aussies in What's Left Is Yours here. Favorite track: "Insanity"
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We’ll keep you posted if we hear anything else about Trapped Under Ice getting back together. The band last released Big Kiss Goodnight in 2011 through Good Fight Music.Add Trapped Under Ice to My Radar
British punk rockers Mass Lines have announced that they are in the studio recording new music with Ben Phillips at Lightship 95 in London. It is not known if the new material will end up on an album or EP, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on it come to light.
Earlier this year, Mass Lines released a four song demo, which is available on their Bandcamp page.Add Mass Lines to My Radar
Avenged Sevenfold guitarist Zacky Vengeance told Billboard.com that the band will likely begin work on a new album after they finish touring in support of their latest album Hail to The King, which came out nearly a year ago. Zacky explains:
“I think once we get home, the ideas are going to start brewing. I know Syn’s been writing a ton purely for fun, trying different styles, recording backstage, keeping himself busy. I’ve been thinking of all sorts of ideas, listening to tons of different music to get inspiration — as have all of us. And being on tour, I’m so inspired. Seeing bands like Body Count with Ice-T out there, they’re so old-school and riff-based and over the top and slightly offensive and it’s fuckin’ awesome. So there’s tons of inspiration that I know we’ll be drawing from.”
Avenged Sevenfold recently announced a reissue of their sophomore album, Waking the Fallen, which is set for release on August 26th, 2014 — exactly 11 years after its original release — via Hopeless Records.Add Avenged Sevenfold to My Radar
Mixtapes frontman Ryan Rockwell has decided to take a short break from playing on this year’s Warped Tour, due to injuries he sustained after being involved in two serious car accidents on the tour. Rockwell posted the following updated on the band’s Facebook page earlier today:
“Hey everyone Ryan here. Two days ago at a Warped Tour stop I was in a car and got cut off and got into a pretty serious car wreck. Aside from some bad injuries I also got a concussion which I didn’t know yet. Fast forward to a day later and I was driving and didn’t realize the concussion and basically blacked out and hit a curb/tree so basically I’m an idiot. My doctor and many people at Warped Tour said not to play because I’m in pretty bad shape right now so as of now Maura, Paul and Boone are playing without me and getting some friends to fill in, I hope to rest for a few days and come back and finish. I go to my doctor tomorrow at home and will let everyone know, everyone please come to warped, sing along, and thanks for all the awesome support, I will see you soon.”
We hope Ryan has a smooth recovery and that he’s able to get back on stage sooner than later.Add Mixtapes to My Radar
The fine people at Recess Records have announced a US tour they will be putting on this summer in celebration of their 25th anniversary. Bands playing the tour include The Underground Railroad To Candyland, Lenguas Largas, Treasure Fleet, and more.
Details on when and where you’ll be able to catch Recess Records’ 25th anniversary tour can be found below.Add Treasure Fleet to My Radar
Red Scare Industries is celebrating 10 years of labelhood on October 25th with a killer show at Chicago’s Metro. Already announced as part of the lineup are The Falcon, The Lillingtons, The Methadones, Elway, Teenage Bottlerocket, Masked Intruder and more, and today The Reaganomics have been added into the mix.
Here’s what frontman Greg Alltop had to say about getting to play this awesome show:
Most of the bands that have been/are on Red Scare are the reason we started The Reaganomics and we are thrilled to get super drunk with them, compare beards, try on each others flannels and see who’s wearing the dirtiest Chuck Taylors. Our plan for the show is to get sloppy drunk, play a few Nomix, cover some old Metallica songs, and hope the Cobra Skulls are gonna play. One might say we’re “stoked”.
Red Scare will be announcing 1 band per day via different sites so keep your eyes peeled for more additions. In the meantime snag your tickets here.Add The Reaganomics to My Radar