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New Alaska (punk) streams new album, “Western Corners”

U.K. punks New Alaska released Western Corners on July 15th, and you can now stream it below.

The 10-track album is available for purchase here, and the digital download includes artwork and lyrics.

New Alaska most recently released an EP called The Memoir Sings in November of 2013.


Emarosa stream “Gold Dust (Reimagined)”

Post-hardcore band Emarosa unexpectedly released a new EP called Versus Reimagined, and you can stream one of the tracks below.

“Gold Dust (Reimagined)” features guest vocals from Aaron Marsh of the indie rock band Copeland.  The other 3 tracks, ”Say Hello To The Bad Guy,” “Mad” and “I’ll Just Wait,” are also found on the band’s latest album, Versus, which came out in September 2014 via Rise Records.

According to the (very positive) online comments from fans, the new songs are truly a reimagining, as they are a big departure from the band’s usual sound.

The Bunny The Bear release video for “Lover’s Touch”

Buffalo’s post-hardcore act The Bunny The Bear has a lot going on this summer, including the release of their new album, A Liar Wrote This, and some dates on the Warped Tour.  Additionally, the band has a new video out for “Lover’s Touch,” and you can watch that below.

The Bunny The Bear’s most recent release was last year’s Food Chain, which also came out on Victory Records,

The Dillinger Escape Plan to begin recording new album in November

The Dillinger Escape Plan guitarist Ben Weinman told The Rock Pit that the band has begun writing new material for their next album, and will enter the studio around November to begin recording it for an early 2016 release. Asked if he felt any pressure to outdo the band’s last record, Ben replied:

“I don’t think we really try to think about it too much. We just start moving and start making stuff. It’s, like, just take what you’ve got and get to work, and at some point you’ve just got to write the first riff and not look back. We just want to make sure it always moves us, We’re proud of pretty much every single thing we ever put out. We’ve always put 110 percent into it and we’ve always been the kind of band where some of our music may seem clever, but that’s not the most important part. The most important part is that it has emotion and energy, so I like to think what differentiates us from some of the technical bands is that everything we do has to feel like it can’t just be interesting, it actually has to move us. We have to be able to picture us playing it live and feeling it, and so the carthartic nature of our music is the most important thing. So, with that in mind, it’s not about beating something or topping it, it’s about maintaining that level of emotion and really feeling or believing that we’re creating something honest. And that’s the challenge — we have to be in the right state of mind to do it, we can’t just force it.”

The Dillinger Escape Plan’s last studio album, One of Us Is the Killer, was released in May 2013 on their own label Party Smasher Inc. in partnership with Sumerian Records in North America (and BMG worldwide).

New Video: Retox – “This Should Hurt A Little Bit”

California post-hardcore band Retox has just released a new music video for their song “This Should Hurt A Little Bit” and you can check it out below.


“This Should Hurt A Little Bit” appears on the band’s most recent album, Beneath California, which was released back in February via Epitaph Records.


Mourning streaming new “2015 Tour Demo”; heading out on summer tour

Massachusetts progressive punk act Mourning is getting ready to head out on a huge summer tour starting tomorrow, and the band has just released a couple new tracks to boost anticipation.

The “2015 Tour Demo” includes two previously unreleased tracks, and you can check them both out below.

The band’s latest album, “I Know You Wont’ Miss It”, was released back in December 2013.


Lyric Video: Ligaments – “Back Room Wall”

UK post-hardcore trio Ligaments have premiered a music video for their song ”Back Room Wall”. You can watch the video below.

“Back Room Wall” is taken from Ligaments’ self-titled EP, which was released last May, and is available for streaming on their Bandcamp page.

The Bunny The Bear stream new song “Love, Trust and Compromise”

Buffalo, New York post-hardcore group The Bunny The Bear are streaming their new song “Love, Trust and Compromise,” which comes from the bands’ upcoming album  A Liar Wrote This. 

Give it a listen below.

A Liar Wrote This will be released on July 24th through Victory Records, and can be pre-ordered here. The band last released Food Chain in 2014, also through Victory Records.

Emarosa announce acoustic tour

Kentucky post-hardcore band Emarosa have announced a short “intimate and unplugged” tour this July. The band will see support from Little Envy.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

Emarosa released their latest album, Versus, in September 2014 via Rise Records.

The Fall of Troy announce ‘Doppelganger’ US tour

Washington post-hardcore act The Fall of Troy have announced two legs of a US tour this fall in which the band will perform their sophomore album, Doppelganger, in full. The band has also hinted that they will be playing new songs on the tour as well.

The band will be joined on the road by And So I Watch You From Afar and Slothrust on the first leg of the tour, and Kylesa and Powwers on the second. You can find the tour poster, with all of the dates and locations, below.

The band’s last album, In the Unlikely Event, was released in 2009 via Equal Vision Records.

VIDEO: Crown the Empire release Full Circle Tour #4: Acoustic Session

Texas hardcore act Crown The Empire are out on tour, and if that didn’t keep them busy enough, they’ve also put out a series of videos of their time on the road.  In the latest edition below, the band plays some casual acoustic songs backstage before one of their shows.

Crown the Empire most recently released The Resistance:  Rise of the Runaways, which came out last July on Rise Records.

Pianos Become the Teeth and Milk Teeth to tour Europe this fall

Pianos Become the Teeth and Milk Teeth have announced a European tour that will take place from late September to mid-October. The dates and locations are below.

Pianos Become the Teeth last released a new EP called Close on Record Store Day this year, while Milk Teeth released a new EP, Sad Sack, last week (June 9th) via Hopeless Records.

The Bunny The Bear reveal details for new album “A Liar Wrote This”

Buffalo, New York post-hardcore group The Bunny The Bear have revealed the details to their upcoming sixth album, A Liar Wrote This. This will be the band’s first album with new “Bear,” Haley Roback, who adds clean female vocals to the band’s songs. Check out the album art to the left and the tracklisting below.

Earlier today, we posted a stream of a new song from the band called “Lover’s Touch.” If you missed it, you can check it out here. The band also re-recorded their song, “It’s Not Alway Cold In Buffalo,” for the new album. This song is originally from their fourth album Stories. They previously released this as a music video, which can be revisited here.

A Liar Wrote This will be released on July 24th through Victory Records, and can be pre-ordered here. The band last released Food Chain in 2014, also through Victory Records.

The Bunny The Bear streaming new song “Lover’s Touch” from upcoming album “A Liar Wrote This”

Buffalo, New York post-hardcore group The Bunny The Bear has just made a new song from their upcoming album available to stream.

“Lover’s Touch” is set to appear on the band’s upcoming album “A Liar Wrote This”, which will be released July 24th through Victory Records.

Listen to the new track below.

The Bunny The Bear will be touring on select dates of Vans Warped Tour, dates of which can be seen below.

Desaparecidos streaming new album “Payola”

Omaha’s post-hardcore/punk act Desaparecidos are streaming their new album “” in its entirety.

You can check it out below.

The band’s upcoming album, Payola, is set to be released on June 23, 2015 through Epitaph Records. It will be the band’s first full-length release in 13 years, serving as a follow-up to their 2002 debut Read Music/Speak Spanish.