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Vain & Valor debut new song, “We Built This City On Mud And Bones”

North Hollywood post-hardcore act, Vain and Valor, are streaming a new song called “We Built This City On Mud And Bones.” Check it out below along with some tour dates.

comes from the bands upcoming album Restless which is set to be released on July 22nd.  It will be their first for Anchor Eighty Four records.



Vain and Valor (post-hardcore) stream new song, announce tour dates

North Hollywood post-hardcore act, Vain and Valor, are streaming a new song called “Like Father Like Son.”  In addition to the new song, the band has also announced some US tour dates for this summer.

You can listen to the song and check out the tour dates below.

“Like Father Like Son” comes from the bands upcoming album Restless which is set to be released on July 22nd.  It will be their first for Anchor Eighty Four records.



Hear The Sirens call it a day, announce plans to form new band

The guys in East Bay punk act Hear The Sirens have unfortunately decided to call it a day, announcing plans to form a new band. Here’s what they had to say in their Facebook post:

Hey!

I just wanted to let everyone know that Hear The Sirens has decided to call it a day. We haven’t been very active in the past few months, and we just feel like it’s time to close the door. We started this band when we were in high school, just to play shitty Strike Anywhere rip off songs and get drunk together. The band evolved a bit and had a lot of members come and go, but I think we got to do a lot of fun things and meet awesome people. Thanks to anyone that supported us, it didn’t go unnoticed and it was very much appreciated.

A few of us are starting a new band, we will keep everyone in the loop about it.

Thank you for everything!
Scott

Hear The Sirens
2007 – 2014
RIP

We’ll keep you posted as more details come to light on the new band some of these guys will be forming. Hear The Sirens released their final full-length album “Renegade” on September 25th, 2012 via Anchor Eighty Four.



Music Video: We Still Dream – “So Much Worse”

Florida easycore act We Still Dream have just released a new music video for “So Much Worse.” Check it out below.

“So Much Worse” is off the band’s latest album “Something To Smile About” which was released August 6 2013 via Anchor Eighty-Four Records.



Dustin Monk (We Still Dream) signs to Anchor Eighty-Four, releases single “Lay Me Flat”

Dustin Monk, singer of Florida-based easycore group We Still Dream, has signed as a solo artist to Anchor Eighty-Four Records.

Monk also released his first single, “Lay Me Flat,” which you can stream below.

We Still Dream’s Something To Smile About was released on August 6, 2013, via Anchor Eighty-Four Records.



Vain and Valor sign to Anchor Eighty Four, stream new song “Rise//Fall”

North Hollywood post-hardcore act, Vain and Valor, have signed to Anchor Eighty Four.

You stream a new song called “Rise//Fall” below.

Vain & Valor are set to release their EP “Prelude” on limited cassette and digital formats. ‘Prelude’ is a collection of the band’s previous efforts and singles; and in addition to the upcoming release of “Prelude”, Vain & Valor will be entering Panda Studios this Spring to record a brand new 12″ EP with Sam Pura. They have some shows in California lined up.



Heart To Heart to release new album in 2014

California punks Heart to Heart have announced that they will release a new album in 2014.

That’s all we know right now, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light! The band released their self-titled debut in 2013  on Anchor 84 Records.



DS Interview: We Still Dream on new album, favorite tour partners and jamming to…Limp Bizkit?

Though they are in the midst of rapping up a tour of the southern US in support of their recent album, Something To Smile About, one of the many Mikes from Florida-based easycore group We Still Dream took some time out to partake in a little Q+A with yours truly. Plenty of details abound on topics ranging from the writing process for Something To Smile About, the pressure to continue topping yourself artistically, and the state of the Jacksonville scene in the wake of Fred Durst and company. Click here to check it out.

Something To Smile About was released on August 6th via Anchor Eighty-Four Records.



No Tide announces Northeast tour

Lincoln Nebraska pop-punk act No Tide will embarking on a short North East tour.

You can check out the dates here.

The band last released their EP “Meridian” May 29th



Music Video: Still Rings True – “Empty”

New York punk band Still Rings True have posted the music video for their song “Empty” off their new self-titled album.

You can check it out here.

The band’s self-titled album hit stores today via Anchor Eighty Four Records.



Full Album Stream: We Still Dream – “Something To Smile About”

Florida easycore act We Still Dream are streaming their upcoming album “Something To Smile About” in its entirety.

Click here to check it out.

“Something to Smile About” will be released on August 6th via Anchor Eighty-Four Records.



We Still Dream stream new song “Things You Do” only until midnight

Florida easycore act We Still Dream are currently streaming a new song called “Things You Do”. The song is set to appear on their upcoming album Something to Smile About. The catch to the new song is that they’re only streaming the song until midnight (timezone unclear) tonight, July 25, 2013.

Check out  the new song here.

Something to Smile About will be released on August 6th via Anchor Eighty-Four Records.



Still Rings True streaming upcoming self-titled album

New York punk band Still Rings True are streaming their upcoming self-titled in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

The band’s self-titled album will be available July 30, 2013 via Anchor Eighty Four Records.



What Hands Are For have announced that they will be entering the studio

California progressive punk act, What Hands Are For, have announced that they will be heading into the studio in August to record their follow up album to “Please Believe Me”.

What Hands Are For released their last album “Please Believe Me,” in March on Anchor Eighty Four Records



Still Rings True stream new song “Fake” off upcoming self-titled album

New York punk band Still Rings True are streaming a new song called “Fake.”

You can check it out here.

The band’s self-titled album will be available this summer via Anchor Eighty Four Records.