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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.



Frameworks Announce “Smother” Release Tour

Gainesville, FL’s Frameworks have announced a short jaunt on the Eastern seaboard in tandem with the release of their new full-length, “Smother.” You can check out two songs that are streaming and the dates below.

Frameworks’ last release was a 7″ called “Time Spent” in February.



Quicksand’s “Manic Compression” to be reissued on vinyl (again)

According to theprp.comQuicksand‘s second and last album to date Manic Compression will receive a vinyl reissue treatment, and it will be released on July 22nd through Srcvinyl. This is not the first time the classic 1995 album has received a vinyl reissue; Dine Alone Records reissued Manic Compression on vinyl back in 2013, along with their 1993 debut album Slip.

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 new music.



Petrol Girls (UK, post-hardcore) release new single and embark on UK tour

London-based, feminist-quartet Petrol Girls have released a new single “Treading Water” just before setting out on a two week stint around the British Isles. The new track is, as we’ve come to expect from Petrol Girls, a rage-fueled, political scream-a-long providing commentary on topical issues facing UK parliament and voters this summer.
You can rock out to the single and check when the full list of tour dates below.



Survive This! release music video for “Save Me”

Las Vegas post-hardcore act Survive This! have release a music video for their new song “Save Me” and you can watch it below.

“Save Me” comes off the band’s newest album Reality. Survive This! independently released Reality on May 31, 2016. It is the follow up to their 2013 album, The Life You’ve Chosen which was released by Epitaph Records.



Crown the Empire announce new album ‘Retrograde’

Crown The Empire have announced and detailed their third full length album. Titled Retrograde, the new LP will contain 13 tracks and will be released on July 22, 2016 via Rise Records. You can check out the album art and the track list 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.



Napoleon release music video for “Different Skin”; announce UK and Europe tour dates

U.K. post-hardcore group Napoleon have released a music video for their song “Different Skin.” The band have also announced a summer tour that will see them traveling through the UK and the rest of Europe. You can watch the video and check out the tour dates and locations below.

“Different Skin” is taken from Napoleon’s latest album, Newborn Mind, which was released on May 27, 2016 via Basick Records.



Frameworks premiere music video for song “Purge”

Gainesville emo-hardcore band Frameworks have released a brand new music video for their song “Purge.” The track is one off of their new record called Smother. You can check it out below.

Smother is scheduled for release on July 8th, 2016 through Deathwish Inc. It will serve as a follow-up to their 2014 album Loom. 



If It Kills You streaming new song “A Glimpse of the Future”

Shafter, CA post-punk/hardcore act If It Kills You are streaming a new song “A Glimpse of the Future”

You can check out the song below and download it for free here.

The track will not appear on their upcoming self-titled 7-inch (it didn’t make the cut apparently), which is due out on June 21st. You can pre-order it here.



Idle Pilot stream new song “Questionable Status”

Boston-area post-hardcore act Idle Pilot are getting ready to release their sophomore album You Are Presently Looking Upward, which is set to be released on May 27th via Ocelot Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect, the band is streaming their first song from the album, “Questionable Status.”  Check it out below, along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

Idle Pilot last released Mondegreen in October 2015 on Ocelot Records.



New Death By Fungi (Mumbai, hardcore) EP available to stream via Unite Asia

Mumbai based post-hardcore group Death By Fungi have teamed up with Unite Asia to stream their new EP ahead of its general release later this month. The relatively young three-piece have one excellent EP and demo under their belts but their latest offering, “In Dearth Of” finds the band cementing the change in creative direction that was alluded to on their self-titled release. The record features four tracks ranging from the melodic to the flat-out brutal.

“In Dearth Of” starts out with balls-to-the-wall skatepunk riffery before settling  into anthemic melodic-hardcore on opener “Endless Rain”. Listeners would be forgiven for thinking that the tone of the EP had been set with this punchy harmonious number however track two quickly dispels such thinking with it’s crunchy ‘Converge-esque’ brutality. Andy Nelson (of Weekend Nachos fame) has done an exceptional job on the mix here capturing the power and urgency of Death By Fungi, as one might expect from such a connoisseur of all things heavy. The track “Black Lung” is simply put – a wall of noise. It’s abrasive and almost difficult to listen to but perseverance here is greatly rewarded as the outro is simply astonishing – the hairs of my arms are standing up just thinking about it. The next track “Iced” is another intense affair however it is broken up nicely with a super catchy melodious chorus. The song ends with singer, Vrish, screeching “this place doesn’t fucking need you” before dropping another exceptionally powerful outro upon the listener. “In Dearth Of” finishes with the track “Pathfinder” which rounds the release off perfectly. Here the animosity is scaled back somewhat in favour of a more reflective and introspective tone. It’s fittingly conclusional for the record’s finale and leaves the listener with a sense of resolution to the chaos that ensued previously.

Having been privileged enough to witness Death By Fungi deliver their new tracks live I can honestly say they are a band to have on your radar if you are a fan of hardcore without the sports jerseys and “bro-culture” usually associated with the genre and we look forward to hearing more from them in the future.

You can enjoy “In Dearth Of” in its entirety over at Unite Asia ahead of its official release date which is, at the time of publication, unknown.