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Two Tongues release new video “Azalea”

Two Tongues, aka Max Bemis of Say Anything and Chris Conley of Saves The Day, have released a video for “Azalea,” from their recent, self-titled sophomore LP, which came out in October on Equal Vision Records.

You can watch the video below.



Ace Enders (The Early November) and Nik Bruzzese (Man Overboard) release Christmas song “Jacob Marley”

Ace Enders of The Early November and Nik Bruzzese of Man Overboard recently released a video for their new Christmas song “Jacob Marley” to show off their newly opened New Jersey recording studio The Lumberyard.  You can check out the video below.



Music Video: Hump Back (Emo) – “Iya ni Naru”

Osaka, Japan based all female emo band Hump Back has premiered a music video for the new track “Iya ni Naru” or Disgusted in English. You can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s recently released first mini-album, “Yoru ni Nattara” or In the Evening in English. The album was released on December 7 through WELL BUCKET RECORDS in Japan.



Old Gray streams new album “Slow Burn”

New Hampshire post-hardcore/screamo act Old Gray are streaming their new album Slow Burn.

You can give it a listen below.

Slow Burn was released on December 9th, 2016.



Old Gray release Little Elephant session, premiere two new tracks

New Hampshire post-hardcore/screamo band Old Gray recently did a session for Toledo based collective Little Elephant. They released the full session, which saw the band play three songs off of their upcoming album, Slow Burn. These songs included previously released single “Blunt Trauma”, and two new ones called “Communion” and “Razor Blade.”

You can watch the whole session below.

Slow Burn is scheduled for release on December 9th, 2016 and will follow their last release Dex, which was released on September 4, 2015.



The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die stream new track “Body Without Organs”

Connecticut rockers The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die are streaming a new track, titled “Body Without Organs.” You can check it out below.

In regards to the release of the track, the band posted on their Facebook: While this track didn’t seem to fit on Harmlessness, the feeling it evokes seems more appropriate to recent times. The artwork for the song depicts a modern-day Terracotta Army being torn down. It’s unsettling to see the voices of positive change in the community around you get drowned out within a world of dated and regressive ideals. In an effort to help make those voices of change heard, we’re permanently donating all the Bandcamp proceeds from this track to the non-profit and nonpartisan group the ACLU.

The last release from The World Is was album “Harmlessness,” released September 25th on Epitaph Records.



Old Gray stream new song “Blunt Trauma”

New Hampshire post-hardcore/screamo act Old Gray are streaming a new song called “Blunt Trauma.”

You can give it a listen below.

The track comes from their upcoming album, titled Slow Burn.  The album is set to release December 9, and follows their last release Dex which was released on September 4, 2015.



Music Video: Hump Back (Emo) – “Tsuki Made”

Osaka, Japan based all female emo band Hump Back has premiered a music video for the new track “Tsuki Made” or Until the Moon in English. You can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming first mini-album, “Yoru ni Nattara” or In the Evening in English. The album is set to release on December 7 through WELL BUCKET RECORDS in Japan.



Old Gray stream new song “everything is in your hands”

New Hampshire post-hardcore/screamo act Old Gray are streaming a new track, titled “everything is in your hands,” through the band’s Bandcamp page. Give it a listen below.

The track comes from their upcoming album, titled “Slow Burn.” The album is set to release December 9, and follows their last release “Dex” which was released on September 4, 2015.



Brave Vultures (UK Emo) stream debut EP “I’m Not Coming Back If You’re Not Here”

UK emo band Brave Vultures have made their debut EP, “I’m Not Coming Back If You’re Not Here,” available for streaming through Bandcamp. You can listen below.

“I’m Not Coming Back If You’re Not Here” was released on September 16, and is the band’s first release.



Safe To Say release new music video for “Tangerine”

Toronto’s Safe To Say have a new music video out for their song “Tangerine,” and you can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s latest full-length album, Down In The Dark, which came out this past July on SideOneDummy Records.



Two Tongues streaming “Interlude Two” off new album “Two Tongues Two”

Two Tongues, made up of Max Bemis of Say Anything and Chris Conley of Saves the Day, are streaming a new song entitled “Interlude Two” from their latest album “Two Tongues Two”, which just came out October 14th via Equal Vision Records.

Check it out below.

“Two Tongues Two” is 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.



Tiny Moving Parts releases new music video – “Common Cold”

Minnesota emo/pop-punk group Tiny Moving Parts have a new music video out for their song, “Common Cold,” and you can watch it below.

The song comes from the band’s latest album, Celebrate, which they released back in May via Triple Crown Records. You can order a copy right here.

The release of the new video coincides with the start of the band’s fall US/Canada tour with Touché Amoré and Culture Abuse. Check out the dates/locations for that here.



Circa Survive announce “On Letting Go” ten year anniversary US tour with Turnover and mewithoutyou

Circa Survive have announced a tour of the United States for the tenth anniversary of the release of “On Letting Go,” starting on the 12th of January, 2017. You can find tour dates and locations below.

Circa Survive will be joined by Turnover and mewithoutyou as supports for the entire tour. In addition to the tour, Circa Survive will be releasing a deluxe version of “On Letting Go” in digital and vinyl formats in early 2017.



Album Review: Signals Midwest – “At This Age”

I’ve gotta be that guy. Of all the musical revivals that I’ve bore witness to, the emo revival is the one I never got quite on board with. I don’t have anything against emo, per se. It’s just an area of punk I’ve only ever had a passing interest in. I like some Rites of Spring, I dig Sunny Day Real Estate; newer bands I like are Dads and Pet Symmetry. Not a huge emo dude.

So, when I decided I wanted to check out At This Age I wasn’t really planning on having to talk about emo at all. In fact, the last time I heard Signals Midwest, I seemed to remember them being a chuggier pop punk band– the sort of midwest punk that owes debts to Dillinger Four and the Lawrence Arms, but just a tad bit more somber. I wasn’t too far off, but if that was my last impression, they’ve certainly grown. Signals Midwest is no longer a garter snake slithering about the middle of America, they are now a big-ass python that has swallowed whole a figurative rat of emo influences. Go figure.

Their sound is typified by gentle arpeggios, prominent basslines, emotive lyricism, and dynamic songwriting. But, they also have well-defined melodies that make even their saddest songs instant brain candy (“Endless west side summer” is the refrain that refuses to leave my head). And they temper it all with more traditional punk influences so that the angst never feels anything less than concrete. So, maybe I’m not a big emo guy. It happens. But as it turns out, I am a Signals Midwest guy.

Title track “At This Age” captures a lot of what I love about the album. It knows when to be ethereal, and it knows when to pump up the volume and trade the arpeggios for fat chords. The lyrics cut deep too. I think just about any lost twenty-something can find resonance in a line like, “Always thought at this age I would be, settling into a major city/ Always thought at this age I would be further than I am now.”

The album itself has the feel of a concept album. It carries with it the depressive weight of being stuck in between changing seasons. I like the way it moves, it meanders without ever feeling slow, and at thirty-minutes long, it certainly doesn’t overstay its welcome. From album opener “You’re Gonna Be Golden” to the intense and crushing “Song for Ana” it doesn’t ever lose its sense of pace despite being largely mid tempo.

At This Age is the perfect autumnal welcome mat. It’s a checkpoint for Signals Midwest, a rite of passage for them as well as, I imagine, their fans. Some albums do that, you know? For me The Menzingers’ On the Impossible Past will forever be connected to memories of my time in Moscow, ID, riding around in the backseat of friends’ cars. The best music is the kind that becomes a part of you. At This Age is the sort of album that for the right person at the right time imprints itself on a memory.

4/5