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Posted by ChrisDude on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 7:31 PM (PST)
Sad news from the Glocca Morra camp. Seems the Philly-based indie-punk four-piece is no longer.
Here’s the hot-off-the-presses statement from the band, via their Facebook page:
hello everyone and happy holidays. it’s a stressful time for all of us, as a country and as humans. in light of America’s most recent case of our failing justice system I feel that now would be as good a time as any to tell you that we are ending glocca morra.
my first draft of this post became too autobiographical and contrived. I wanted to talk about our history but it started to become a history lesson that even I got bored of writing.
this band was very important to me and definitely dictated my formative years. we haven’t really done anything in the past two years save for two short tours with Owls and Joyce Manor. we just kind of stopped. but I don’t want to burn out quietly or remain a band that plays a local show once or twice a year.
so we’re going to do one final tour in april. I’m not sure when or where yet but this will give us enough time to get our shit together and press some records, etc.
this is not an angry ending. it’s an amicable departure. we all remain friends and are all still extremely active in our contributions to art. do some research and you will eventually find all of our related projects.
so thanks everyone. much love to all who have supported us, booked us, put our records out, housed us, etc.
see ya soon,
Rest in peace, Glocca Morra. You’ll be missed.Add to My Radar
Posted by Kaylee McNeil on Monday, November 24, 2014 at 3:43 PM (PST)
Recently reformed 2000′s post-hardcore act From First to Last have just released their first track for streaming since reuniting as a group. “Dead Trees” is taken off their forthcoming album by the same name, and is dedicated to the fans helped to fund the release its release through a Kickstarter campaign. You can give it a listen below.
Dead Trees will be their first release 2010′s Throne to the Wolves.Add to My Radar
Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 5:30 PM (PST)
The band have also released the first track off the EP, “Politics Behind It,” which can be streamed below as well.
Pre-order Never In Daydream here. It’s the follow-up to the band’s 2013 full-length Static and Trembling.Add to My Radar
Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 1:00 PM (PST)
Toronto hardcore group Fucked Up has just announced plans for the Long Winter events in Toronto later this fall/winter. The events include bands, performance art, movies, visual art and other types of art/entertainment. Long Winter Volume One Year Three is set to take place this Friday, November 14th at The Great Hall in Toronto, and you can get more information right here.
A couple of months ago, Fucked Up released a music video for their track “The Art of Patrons”, which was taken off their album “Glass Boys”, released this past June through Matador Records.
You can check out the video below.Add to My Radar
You can listen to the band talk about nudity and bleeding, and what their parents think of their band below.
Fucked Up released their latest album, Glass Boys, on June 3, 2014 through Matador Records.Add to My Radar
“The Last Garrison” is taken from Enter Shikari’s upcoming album The Mindsweep. The album is due out January 19th (or close to that date, depending on where you live) via Hopeless Records (US) and Ambush Reality / Play It Again Sam (UK/elsewhere). You can preorder the new album here if you’re in the US/Canada/Mexico, or here if you’re not.Add to My Radar
Posted by vivalalexy on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 9:46 AM (PST)
This 7″ is packaged with the third volume of the Turnstile Comix series, a 40-page comic about the featured band, and features the a-side “Christine Perfect.” Pre-order the 7″ and comic here through Silver Sprocket.Add to My Radar
Check out the full list of dates and locations below.Add to My Radar
Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 7:42 AM (PST)
The song is off the band’s upcoming album, The Mindsweep. The album is due out January 19th (or close to that date, depending on where you live) via Hopeless Records (US) and Ambush Reality / Play It Again Sam (UK/elsewhere). You can preorder the new album here if you’re in the US/Canada/Mexico, or here if you’re not.
The Mindsweep will be the band’s first album since 2012′s A Flash Flood Of Colour.
Enter Shikari are also headed out on a UK/EU tour, starting in January. Get the dates/locations below the video.Add to My Radar
The group’s latest release was the July 2013 EP called Other Stories. They have an upcoming release set for November 28th, a 6-track titled East Enders Wives.Add to My Radar
Now Is What Matters Now was released earlier this year via Equal Vision Records. Since then, however, the group has also put out a 7″ record titled Regular Size, which was launched on October 7th, also on Equal Vision.
On the video, vocalist and guitarist Jeff Caudill commented:
One of the best memories of writing this album was all the nights spent hammering out the songs. There’s a certain electricity in the air when things fall into place – when everyone is on. Director George Nienhuis did an incredible job of capturing us rocking like nobody’s watching.Add to My Radar
“The Void” appears on Shinobu’s upcoming album, 10 Thermidor. The 11 track album will be co-released by Really Records and Lauren Records.
Rather than going the tradition route of release, both labels are doing a fundraising pre-order for 10 Thermidor, with new tracks being released for every $1000 raised. At $3000 the entire album will be available to download for free via Quote Unquote Records. You can get your pre-orders / donations in here and here.Add to My Radar
Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 11:09 AM (PST)
This Packed Funeral is set to be released on November 11th through Alternative Tentacles. It serves as a follow-up to 2011′s The Anarchy And The Ecstasy.Add to My Radar