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Lemuria celebrating debut album’s 10th anniversary with reissue & US tour

Lemuria have announced Asian Man Records will be reissuing their debut album Get Better in honor of its 10th anniversary. The LP comes with a bonus 7″ featuring two previously unreleased tracks from the album’s recording sessions.

You can listen to one of those songs (“Big Gold Adults”) below, and get your pre-orders in here.

In addition to this reissue, Lemuria’s also announced a Get Better 10th anniversary tour with Mikey Erg. The 2017 tour will see the band playing the album in its entirety in cities across the US from mid-January through early March. Tour dates can be found below.



The Saddest Landscape premieres new track “Kissed By Strangers”

Boston act The Saddest Landscape has just released a brand new song entitled “Kissed By Strangers”, which you can listen to here.

The track will appear on the band’s upcoming vinyl box set entitled “Declaring War On Nostalgia”, which will be released November 11th.

The Saddest Landscape last released “Darkness Forgives” on October 23, 2015 through Topshelf Records.



Album Review: Joyce Manor – “Cody”

Joyce Manor have hemmed in a formula — no, wait. An essence. Yeah, that’s more like it. An essence that redefines the notion of what we think we know, or who we think we know, as the best punk act around. Forget the sub-genres. The melodic. The skate. The hardcore. The pop. When it comes to punk, maybe you’d like it with a little crust, but personally, the sweeter it is…the more digestible.

Never Hungover Again WAS their best work until this. Phenomenal in how Epitaph polished them up, smoothened out their rough (yet awesome) edges and put them out there for the world to bask in. Pop-punk at its best. Cody, however, dials things slightly back to an era away from young adulthood and to the wonder years of young teens — where you’re even more uncertain and awkward about yourself and life in general. Cody emphasizes that Joyce Manor is our generation’s Weezer. Appealing to the mainstream with simple, melodic and catchy rhythms. “Fake ID” is just one of these songs as they unleash another army of foot-tapping singalong anthems. The bouncy “Angel In The Snow” is another with the lead singer of fun. in Nate Ruess on back-up vocals. Ambitious, right? He knows what’s up.

Joyce Manor show you’re never too old to make teenage music and even music about loving Kanye West.So yeah, they still don’t take themselves too seriously. And they convey so much in these two-minute bursts but rest assured, they don’t play it safe. “Stairs” is a four minute jam of self-deprecation for fans of Jimmy Eat World, in the band’s longest disc to date, and they mix it up even more with “Do You Really Want To Get Better?” — which sees vocalist Barry Johnson pour his heart out acoustically. Even the downtrodden strumming on “Last You Heard Of Me” adds new layers, depth and dimension to their game — and it should because it’s a bass-heavy emo-punk gem. Same can be said for the unconventional, buzzy “Make Me Dumb.” These tracks contrast what you think would unfold. Enough of me praising this album. That’s seconds wasting away where you’re not taking in a masterpiece. Cody is undoubtedly my record of the year, surpassing expectations and the high bar this band consistently sets.

5/5 Stars



Lilac Daze stream new self-titled album

Frederick, Maryland-based post-alternative shoegaze punks Lilac Daze are streaming their new self-titled album in its entirety.

Check it out below.

Lilac Daze was released on October 14th via Black Numbers.



Joyce Manor stream new album “Cody”

California’s Joyce Manor just released their new album Cody, and they’ve made the entire record available to stream. You can give it a listen below.

Cody came out today, October 7th through Epitaph Records. It serves as the follow-up to 2014’s Never Hungover Again.



World/Inferno Friendship Society announce 2016 Halloween party

If one band sound like they’d host a great knees-up, it’s got to be World/Inferno Friendship Society. Lucky for you guys, the band will be doing just that at this year’s edition of their annual Halloween party, ‘Hallowmas’. The event is on October, 31st at the Warsaw in Brooklyn.

World/Inferno Friendship Society’s last released This Packed Funeral in 2014 through Alternative Tentacles.



Joyce Manor release “Last You Heard of Me” music video

California’s Joyce Manor have released a music video for their song “Last You Heard of Me,” and you can check it out below.

The track’s taken from the band’s upcoming album Cody, which releases on October 7th through Epitaph Records. It will follow 2014’s Never Hungover Again.



Thrice release session video for “Black Honey”

Thrice have unveiled a session video for their track “Black Honey”.

The video is the first in a new series of videos from the band, titled TBEITBN Sessions. The track is taken from the their comeback album, “To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere”, which was released earlier this year via Vagrant Records.

Check out the video for “Black Honey” below.



You Blew It! announces new album “Abendrot”; premiere new song “Autotheology”

Florida progressive/emo/whatever band You Blew It! has just announced details surrounding their newest EP “Abendrot”. The EP is set to be released November 11th through Triple Crown Records, and pre-orders are available here. Artwork can be viewed to the left and track list can be seen below.

You can have a listen to the first single from the upcoming work, entitled “Autotheology” here.

You Blew It! is heading out on a whirlwind US tour today, and you can have a look at all the dates and locations below.



Joyce Manor stream new song “Last You Heard of Me” from upcoming album “Cody”

California’s Joyce Manor are streaming a new song titled “Last You Heard of Me,” which is taken from their upcoming album Cody. You can give the track a listen below.

Cody is set to release on October 7th through Epitaph Records. It will be the band’s first album in 2 years, following 2014’s Never Hungover Again.



Thrice Live on BBC Radio 1 Rock Show

Thrice recently performed four tracks live in session for the BBC at their weekly Rock Show on Radio 1. The band played ‘Hurricane’, ‘Stay With Me’, ‘Black Honey’ and ‘The Long Defeat’ in the legendary Maida Vale studios.

You can enjoy their renditions below.



Hard Girls streaming new track “Guadalupe On The Banks Of The Styx”; prepare for tour with Jeff Rosenstock

San Jose indie-punk act Hard Girls are streaming a new track entitled “Guadalupe On The Banks Of The Styx”, which you can check out below.

The song comes from the band’s upcoming full-length, which is due out early 2017.

Additionally, Hard Girls will be heading out on tour with Jeff Rosenstock – dates and locations of which can be seen below.

Hard Girls last released “A Thousand Surfaces” on June 24, 2014 through Asian Man Records and is the follow-up to their debut album, “Isn’t it Worse”, which came out in October 2012 via Really Records.



Signals Midwest stream new album, “At This Age”

Ohio rockers Signals Midwest have just released a complete stream of their brand new album “At This Age”. The album consists of 10 philosophical and anxiety ridden tracks, creating a tone that fits in perfectly with the summer’s end. Check it out here.

“At This Age” is set to be released on September 2nd via Tiny Angels. You can pre-order the album here.



Single Mothers stream new EP “Meltdown”

London, Ontario punks Single Mothers are streaming a new EP called Meltdown. The 5-track release is the band’s first new material since 2014’s Negative Qualities, and was recorded in Hamilton, ON following their 17-song album tracking sessions.

You can listen to the whole thing below.

The band wrapped up recording for their second album on July 3rd, stay tuned for details regarding this upcoming release.



Coheed and Cambria release music video for “Bridge And Tunnel”

Coheed and Cambria have a new video out for their track, “Bridge And Tunnel.” Watch it below.

The song is a demo from the band’s The Color Before The Sun: Deconstructed release. The release is a deluxe digital edition of the band’s latest album, and includes original tracks, acoustic demos, and live recordings.

Coheed and Cambria will head out on tour next month with Saves The Day. Check out the dates/locations here.