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Live Video: Thursday performing their first show in 5 years at The Wrecking Ball ATL

Over the weekend, recently-reunited New Jersey post-hardcore legends Thursday performed their first show in five years at The Wrecking Ball ATL festival in Atlanta, Georgia. Fan-filmed live footage of the band performing there can be viewed below.

Thursday released their final album No Devolucion in April 2011 through Epitaph Records, just seven months before announcing their breakup.

At The Drive In recording new music

Post-hardcore veterans At The Drive In recently posted a photo (see below) on their Facebook page, announcing they are currently in the studio recording new music. Whether this will end up being an EP or a new full-length album is currently unknown, but we’ll keep you in the loop.

At The Drive In’s last record Relationship of Command was released way back in 2000.

Oh My Snare! stream new track “Quantum Entanglement” off upcoming split with Freya Wilcox & The Howl

Montreal punk rockers Oh My Snare! are streaming a brand new track called “Quantum Entanglement.” This song is hot off of their upcoming split with Brooklyn’s Freya Wilcox & The Howl. The split is appropriately titled, Split, and will see two gritty songs from both bands. It is currently up for pre-order, however, you can listen to the new song below and pre-order it here.

Both bands will embark on a west-coast US tour starting on August 16th and ending on September 2nd. Check out the full list of dates below.

Oh My Snare! released Høyeste Gang in February 2015 via Say-10 Records. Freya Wilcox & the Howl self-released Bareknuckle Love in May 2015.

I See Stars premiere music video for song “Running with Scissors”

Michigan electro-core band I See Stars have premiered a brand new music video for their song “Running with Scissors.” This track is one off of their most recent LP, Treehouse. The video was shot over the course of their recent U.S Warped Tour run, which comes to an end this weekend in Portland, OR. You can check the clip out below.

I See Stars’ last release, New Demons , was released in 2013 on Sumerian RecordsTreehouse is their first album as a 4-piece following the departure of rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson.

Yeesh (post-hardcore) announce tour

Recent Tiny Engines acquisition Yeesh has announced a tour to support the release for their new album “Confirmation Bias.” You can see the tour dates and stream the album below.

Yeesh’s debut album “No Problem” came out in March 2015.

Music Video: Silver Snakes – “La Dominadora”

Los Angeles post-hardcore band Silver Snakes have premiered a music video for their song “La Dominadora”, and you can check it out below.

“La Dominadora” is taken from Silver Snakes’ latest album Saboteur, which was released last February via Evil Ink Records (U.S.) and Pelagic Records (Europe).

Clearer The Sky (post-hardcore) stream two songs off upcoming LP

Scottish hardcore band Clearer The Sky are streaming two new songs off of their upcoming LP Held In Merciful Light. The two songs are called “Pirriesmill” and “Gold Dissolved in the Oceans”, both of which you can listen to below.

The official release date for the full-length is August 5th through Make That A Take Records – stay tuned for the rest of the album.

Crown the Empire premiere new track “Weight of the World”

Texas hardcore act Crown The Empire recently released a brand new song called “Weight of the World,” taken from their upcoming album Retrograde. Check it out below.

Retrograde is set to release on July 22nd through Rise Records, serving as a follow-up to 2014’s The Resistance: Rise of The Runaways.

Music Video: Departures – “1994”

UK post-hardcore act Departures have premiered a music video for their new song “1994”, and you can check it out below.

“1994” is taken from Departures’ upcoming second album Death Touches Us, From the Moment We Begin to Love, which is due for release on July 29th via No Sleep Records.

Frameworks (post-hardcore) stream new album “Smother”

Gainesville post-hardcore act Frameworks are streaming their upcoming album Smother in its entirety right here.

Smother is due out on July 8, 2016 through Deathwish Inc.

If It Kills You streaming self-titled EP

Shafter, CA post-punk/hardcore act If It Kills You are streaming their new self-titled EP in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

If It Kills You was released June 21.

Album Review: Departures (UK) – “Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love”

For the longest time I didn’t know exactly what Post-Hardcore meant. Then I discovered bands that created music with heavy vocals and powerful instrumentation; it was some odd mix of spoken word poetry with music that I didn’t know existed, and it captivated me. This same sort of magic is strong in the new Departures album Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love. What is to be expected is not really a ride, but an experience, for this work takes its time in its message, and makes it sink into the listener’s core.

To see the entire review, click below.

Frameworks stream new song “Fear of Missing Out”

Gainesville, FL’s Frameworks are streaming a new song titled “Fear of Missing Out.”  The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album Smother and you can give it a listen here.

Frameworks will release Smother on July 8, 2016 through Deathwish Inc.

Crown the Empire releases video for “Zero”

Crown The Empire has maintained a heavy touring schedule over the past few years, but that didn’t stop them from getting back into the studio.  Their new album, Retrograde, comes out on July 22nd on Rise Records.

In the meantime, the band has released a video for the new song “Zero,” which will be featured on the album.  You can watch it below.

Retrograde can be pre-ordered here. Crown the Empire released their previous album, The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways. in July 2014, although they re-released it in October 2015 with 4 new tracks.

Free Music: Tir Asleen (post-hardcore) – ‘Not The B-Sides’ EP

Georgia post-hardcore group Tir Asleen have some music to share with you, including some previously unreleased material. The best part, it’s all free/name your price. Listen to and/or download Not The B-Sides below.

The EP features music from the band’s previous split and compilation releases (including a Blink-182 cover) along with some “unreleased noise.”

Tir Asleen last released their album Sand Through An Asphalt Hourglass back in late 2013.