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Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 11:20 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 10:59 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 10:31 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 10:05 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
“All Tied Up” comes from the band’s upcoming debut album, I’ll Kiss All Fears Out of Your Face, which is set to be released on October 7th via KROD Records. You can find a 3 song preview on the band’s Bandcamp page. The band will also be touring through Germany, you can find tour dates and locations below.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 9:30 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
The Wonder Years have announced a tour across the UK and Europe, with PUP and Tiny Moving Parts in support. PUP will be in support from January 31st to February 5th, and Tiny Moving Parts will play all dates.
See if there’s a show near you below.
The band’s latest album No Closer To Heaven was released in September, 2015 through Hopeless Records.
Two Tongues, made up of Max Bemis of Say Anything and Chris Conley of Saves the Day, are streaming a new song titled “Scorpio” from their upcoming album “Two Tongues Two” out October 14th via Equal Vision Records. Check it out below.
“Two Tongues Two” will be the group’s first album since their debut in 2009. Two Tongues will also be touring for the first time together as a band, the dates are available here.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 9:00 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Barcelona punk act Pennycocks released their latest album “Fake Gold and Broken Teeth” 2 weeks ago and to properly put it on your radar we’re stoked to premiere a music video for it’s single “C’mon Gipsy” below. Think Pop-Punk meets 77′punk mixed meets soul punk… or just watch the damn video!
“Fake Gold and Broken Teeth” was put out as a co-production between Contra Records (Germany), Bcore Disc (Spain) and Longshot Music (US).
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 7:13 PM (PST) by The Grace of Laura Jane
SC emocore group All Get Out have released a “Reservoir Dogs” style music video for the song “Get My Cut” off of their upcoming album “No One Likes A Quitter”.
The video is good and the song is great, but decide for yourself and watch it below.
All Get Out’s last release was the “Movement” EP in 2015.
The band is going on an east-coast-plus-texas tour in late October/November and you can click here to see the dates.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 6:52 PM (PST) by The Grace of Laura Jane
The song comes off of their EP “Wax” which was released back in July via Venn Records.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 6:39 PM (PST) by The Grace of Laura Jane
Billie Joe Armstrong will be portraying Charlie Chaplin in an episode of “Drunk History” on Wednesday, October 4th at 10:30 pm E.T. The episode is entitled “Legends”.
To be honest, I think he looks a lot like him, but tell us what you think!
If you haven’t done it yet, check out some of the songs off of the new record. You can watch the music video for “Bang, Bang” here, listen to the title track “Revolution Radio” here, and listen to their third song off the album “Still Breathing” here.
“Revolution Radio” will be their first record in 4 years, serving as a follow-up to 2012′s “¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tré!” trilogy.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 5:57 PM (PST) by Jeff Schaer - Moses
Wolvves’ latest record Paradox Valley has been a long time coming: it was released nearly two years after the Phoenix-based afro-grunge act’s last record Whatever. But it has been well worth the wait. Stellar frontman and lead songwriter Aydin Immortal seems to have finally hit the right notes to produce a punk sound that is distinctly hip-hop and filled with all kinds of attitude.
The evolution of Wolvves from their beginnings back in 2012 to where they are today has been an adventure to say the least. But one thing that has never suffered through all four records, innumerable membership turnovers, controversy, announced breakups, and bravado has been the songwriting. And each record has shown a blatantly obvious musical maturation in the band’s only constant member, Immortal.
Paradox Valley is different enough from Wolvves’ previous work that it delivers a taste of something fresh while still remaining faithful to the sound that longtime Wolvves fans have become accustomed to. There is garage rock, surf rock, hip-hop, and grunge — all molded into an aesthetic that is still completely punk.
Immortal has always had a penchant for rhyme in his lyrics, always in an undeniably hip-hop cadence, but with this new record the brazen performer seems to abandon a lot of pretense he held onto in Whatever and Go Demon or Go Home and go balls out with the hip-hop overtones.
The album’s third track “With My Niggas” and sixth track “Into It” are great examples of how the band is going in a more hip-hop direction. They have done rap-style tracks (like “Sage” off of Whatever) in the past. But never has the group really released a straight up hip-hop song until Paradox Valley. Never fear, punk purists: there are still plenty of guitars on those tracks.
Tracks like “Ivory Drive,” “Bouquet of Lightning,” and “Harriets” do heavily resemble what the band seemed to have been going for on Whatever. They possess a dreamy, almost psychedelic, retro quality that the group had in spades on their 2014 release. But the lyrics and rhythms are coming in just a little more clearly than they did last time around.
Track 7 “Gasoline” and the album’s final track “Billie Holiday” are the two songs that give the album that signature Wolvves edge and harken back to their first release, the EP Live Forever. Both tracks hit hard and fast and make you just want to get in the mosh pit and feel the music punch you in the gut.
But “Gasoline” comes with a bridge unlike anything Wolvves has done before. It’s got to be the most emotionally evocative tracks the group has ever made, with Immortal laying bare many of his more complex emotions before letting it all break down in a blazing guitar solo.
The album is altogether amazing for a band like Wolvves who are just starting to really fight their way into the national music spotlight. The record is concise, easy to listen to all the way through, and just dripping with the same attitude that has made all of their music so engrossing. Perhaps they have reached their final form as a raucous 3-piece, or maybe Aydin Immortal still has plans to revamp his band’s sound. But either way, they are definitely heading in the right direction with Paradox Valley.
Wolvves is currently on tour and coming up fast on their first ever trip to New York City. They will play The Cake Shop on September 27th and Aviv on September 28th.
4.5 / 5 Stars
Today, the band has premiered a new music video for the album’s title track “Mourners”, which you can check out below.
“Mourners” was released September 24th through Hardline Entertainment and serves as a follow up to their 2012 release “Miles to Go Before We Sleep”.
Fans of melodic, speedy punk rock will want to check this one out. Brazil's Born To Freedom have put out their first proper release, titled "Life Is Movement," and we recommend you give them a chance to win you over below. Did we mention it's free? "Life Is Movement" is the band's first release since their 2012 demo. Worth the wait if you ask me.