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My latest discovery comes from the Land Down Under and goes by the name of What's Left Is Yours. The 3-piece punk outfit is currently streaming their debut self-titled EP and offering it as a pay what you want download. They're playing a catchy-sing-along-Hardcoreish Pop-Punk. Confused? Let me explain: Being the sucker that I am, I got hooked at the 0:25 mark of the highly addictive opening song "Punk Rock Party". But when I started listening to "Insanity", the song that followed, I was like "Fuck, am I listening to the same band?!" A completely different sound from the first tune, a much more heavy and less poppy approach that somehow reminded me of Only Crime, and it didn't stop there...I've been brought back to Blink-182's "Dude Ranch" era as soon as the 3rd song "Mexico" kicked in... Anyway, I'll stop there and let you guys judge it for yourself. If you like diversity and you feel like being all mixed up in a good way, give a listen to the Aussies in What's Left Is Yours here. Favorite track: "Insanity"
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The song is off the band’s latest album, Static and Trembling, which was released in May 2013 on I Am Shark Records.
To celebrate 10 years as a band, The Story Changes also have a photo/lyric book out. You can pick up a signed, hand-numbered copy over here.Add to My Radar
The track will appear on their upcoming full-length, Party On. More info on that record is forthcoming, so check back. The band will also re-release their 2012 Birdfeeder EP on vinyl and cassette with new artwork and all-new bonus tracks. They’re also scheduled to play this year’s Fest and are on tour for the rest of the summer.Add to My Radar
Taking Back Sunday will be teaming up once again with The Used, this time to release a split 10″ record. The two bands toured the U.S. together earlier this year, and are heading back out on the road again later this summer.
The split will feature 2 songs from each band, and it is scheduled for release on August 26th via Hopeless Records.Add to My Radar
My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way reflects on his career in the band and lists some of his solo influences in a recent interview which you can check out below.
The group broke up about a year ago and Way has been working on his debut solo album “Hesitant Alien” which is planned for release in the fall. Listen to his first single “Action Cat” here.Add to My Radar
Never Hungover Again will be officially released July 22nd on Epitaph Records.
Joyce Manor’s last release, Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired, was released in April 2012 through Asian Man Records.Add to My Radar
You can check out the artwork above, and the track list below. Be sure to check back for updates as they become available.
SDF last released “Try Me” in January 2014.Add to My Radar
San Jose indie-punk act Hard Girls have a music video for their song “The Quark”. The track is the first tune off the band’s new album, A Thousand Surfaces. You can watch the video below.Add to My Radar
We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from Brand New come to light. The band last released Daisy back in 2009.Add to My Radar
Big Awesome recently announced plans to re-release their 2012 Birdfeeder EP with new artwork and all-new bonus tracks. Head over here for pre-order info.Add to My Radar
This song is one of five Weezer covers by the group that will be released in full on the upcoming EP titled, “You Blue It.” Topshelf Records will release the EP digitally on July 15, followed by a vinyl release on August 12. The five-song EP follows the 20th anniversary of Weezer’s debut studio LP, commonly referred to as “The Blue Album”.
You Blew It!’s last album ”Keep Doing What You’re Doing” dropped in January, also on Topshelf Records.Add to My Radar
Planes Mistaken For Stars, who broke up back in 2007 and have briefly reunited a few times since, are back again! This time they’re gonna be playing a US reunion tour with the guys in All Eyes West and possibly even releasing a new full-length album.
Check out a full list of dates and locations the band will be playing this summer down below, and stay tuned for more info on the new record, which they are currently in the “early stages of writing.”Add to My Radar