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Dillinger Escape Plan streaming new track “Symptom of Terminal Illness” off final album “Dissociation”

New Jersey’s The Dillinger Escape Plan has released a new track off their final album, which you can check out below.

“Symptom of Terminal Illness” will appear on the band’s sixth and final album, “Dissociation”, which will be released on October 14th through the band’s own label, Party Smasher, Inc.

The band will be heading out on a farewell tour to say goodbye and promote the last album – dates and locations can be seen here.

American Fangs (Post Hardcore) Premieres New Music Video – “We Stand Apart”

Houston’s hardest hitting post hardcore act, American Fangs just released an incredible new music video for the track “We Stand Apart”, from their most recent album, Dirty Legs. Fans of wanton destruction will enjoy it immensely!  Check it out below and try not wreck the house while you’re listening!

Dirty Legs was released this past Summer and is a follow up to the band’s 2013, self titled LP.

Petrol Girls release new single “Phallocentric” with video

Feminist, hardcore act Petrol Girls have released a music video for their new single “Phallocentric”. The track is taken from their forthcoming debut album “Talk of Violence”.

The song is a hard-hitting commentary on male dominance, the freedom of sexual expression and the discrediting of  boundaries that society has set for gender roles and what is deemed “acceptable”.

Check out the video for “Phallocentric” below.

Music Video: A Day To Remember – “Naivety”

A Day To Remember have released a video for their song “Naivety.”

You can check it out below.

“Naivety” comes from the bands latest album Bad Vibrations,  which was released on September 2nd, 2016 via the bands’ own label ADTR Records.

Live Video: Quicksand live at The Wrecking Ball ATL

Post-hardcore legends Quicksand performed live at this year’s The Wrecking Ball ATL festival, which took place from August 12-14 at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. In case you missed the performance, you now get to watch it in its entirety below.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band has reportedly been working on what will be their first record since 1995′s Manic Compression. We’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.

A Day To Remember streaming new album “Bad Vibrations” in its entirety

A Day To Remember released their new album Bad Vibrations today, and they’ve made the entire thing available to stream. You can give the record a listen below.

Bad Vibrations, which was recorded at The Blasting Room with Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore, was released through the band’s own label ADTR Records. Buy it here.

Everyone Dies In Utah (post-hardcore) announces tour, details upcoming album, releases music video

Texas post-hardcore band Everyone Dies In Utah have a lot to announce, so let’s get it all out there. First, they have a new music video, “SYNRS,” which you can watch below.

The song is the first single of the recently-announced self-titled album from the band, which is due out October 7th on InVogue Records. You can pre-order that right here.

As if that was not enough, the band also announced they’re heading out on tour with Convictions, Glass Houses, and Conspire. Check out the dates, locations, and tour banner below the video.

Farm Boy (post-hardcore) release music video – “Watering Hole”

Toronto post-hardcore four-piece Farm Boy recently released a music video for their song, “Watering Hole.” Give it a look and listen below.

Farm Boy have been around for about a year, but this is the band’s very first official music video.

Sparrows announce new album, release music video for single

Toronto post-hardcore band Sparrows have announced they will be releasing a new album titled Let the Silence Stay Where it Was on October 14th through New Damage Records.

Check out the music video for the LP’s first single “Cave Eater” below.

Sparrows last released their Dragging Hell EP in 2015. This will be their first full-length album since 2013′s Cold Ground.

Dillinger Escape Plan Announce North American Tour In Support Of Final Album

New Jersey’s The Dillinger Escape Plan have announced a North American farewell tour in support of their final album. See below for tour dates and supports.

Their 6th and final album, Dissociation, is set to release October 14th through their own label, Party Smasher Inc.

Music Video: SHADOWS (Post-Hardcore) – “BEK”

Japanese post-hardcore band SHADOWS have recently premiered a music video for ‘BEK’, the opening track on new EP “Progress.” Check it out below.

“Progress” was released through Maximum-10 Records on the 17th of August. SHADOWS is made up of previous members of FACT and formed earlier this year. “Progress” marks their second EP in their first year under the new name.

Crown The Empire announce fall tour

Texas hardcore act Crown The Empire have announced a big fall headlining tour that will take them through Japan and Europe, before heading back for two months in the US.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Crown The Empire last released Retrograde on July 22nd, 2016 through Rise Records.

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.