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Group Of Man (post-hardcore) set to release ‘World Peace Champions’ ep

Post-Hardcore outfit Group Of Man are set to release their sophomore ep “World Peace Champions”.

Melding influences (consciously or otherwise) from The Bronx and Torche to Fleetwood Mac and even Slade, World Peace Champions is an inherently fresh take on well-worn paths. Like buying a new sweater, and it being awesome, but at the same time it possesses qualities that remind you of your Dad.

The ep is due out January 26th 2017 on Cult Culture/Holy Roar Records.



Forest Green (post hardcore, Detroit) stream teaser track from upcoming album “Dead Is Dead”

Detroit’s Forest Green have allowed fans to listen to a track off their forthcoming record “Dead Is Dead” ahead of its general release later this month. The album is due to be launched on November, 18th, 2016 via Save Your Generation Records.

You can take a listen to “Nothing” below.



Petrol Girls premiere music video for “Restless” off upcoming album “Talk of Violence”

Feminist, hardcore act Petrol Girls have released a new music video for their song “Restless”.

The track is taken from their forthcoming debut album “Talk of Violence”, set to be released November 18th through Bomber Music.

Check it out below.



DS Exclusive Stream: Forest Green Premieres New Single “Nothing” Off of Upcoming EP “Dead Is Dead”

When last we heard from Forest Green, the prodigious post hardcore outfit was a duo. Well, they’re back and it seems they’ve doubled in size! Now with a full ensemble, these masterful Michiganders are on the verge of releasing their sophomore EP, Dead is Dead which is due out on November 18th via Save Your Generation Records. After giving the first single, “Nothing” a listen, we begged them to let us stream it for you guys! If you think the cover art is incredible (you would be correct), wait until you hear this tremendous track! Stream it below, then be the envy of all of your friends and head over to pre-order today!

Forest Green’s debut, self-titled EP released in 2015.



Music Video: Toy Mountains (Scottish Post-Hardcore) – “OLD FRIENDS”

Glasgow based post-hardcore band Toy Mountains have premiered a music video for their song “OLD FRIENDS.” You can watch it below.

The track comes from their upcoming EP titled “I Swore I’d Never Speak of This Again,” which is set to be released on November 25 through Crooked Noise Records.



Sparrows (Post Hardcore) Premiere Part Two Of Documentary “Making of: Let the Silence Stay Where it Was”

Toronto, Ontario’s Sparrows, released their sophomore album,  Let the Silence Stay Where it Was on October 14th through New Damage Records, now available in both physical and digital  format. In tandem with the album release, the boys are also putting together a few short ‘Making of’ documentary style videos, to show fans what went into the making of this ten track masterpiece. Episode Two (of four) is now up and this one focuses more on fellow Canadian emo rocker and producer Kenny Bridges of Moneen fame and the role he’s played in the band’s evolution through the years. You can catch up by watching the first episode before watching Episode Two below!



Music Video: Counterparts – “Stranger”

Canadian post-hardcore band Counterparts have premiered a music video for their track “Stranger,” taken from the band’s latest album “Tragedy Will Find Us.” You can watch it below.

“Tragedy Will Find Us” was released on July 24th through Pure Noise Records (US) and New Damage Records (CA). It is Counterparts’ first full-length release in two years, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s The Difference Between Hell and Home.



Microwave stream new album “Much Love”

Atlanta post-hardcore/punk act Microwave are streaming their new album, Much Love, in its entirety below.

The album was officially released September 30th, 2016 through SideOneDummy Records.



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.