Payola is set to be released on June 23rd 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.
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The song comes off of the band’s latest release, Mind Games, which came out in January via Rise Records.
The re-mastered version of “Child Heart” can be heard below.
The Grieving will be released June 16th
Monday, May 11, 2015 at 11:26 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
The Dillinger Escape Plan have premiered a music video for their song “Paranoia Shields.”
You can check it out below.
The Dillinger Escape Plan released One of Us Is the Killer May on the band’s own label Party Smasher Inc. in partnership with Sumerian Records in North America (and BMG worldwide).
Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 6:53 AM (PST) by writeofpassage
For Record Store Day this year, Pianos Become The Teeth released Close, a two song 7″ record featuring songs left over from the Keep You sessions. I have to say: Pianos Become The Teeth shouldn’t have shelved these two tracks from the album. Why? Well, because as they charted new waters for a calmer, contented sound on that album, these new songs would have fit in perfectly with their new post-rock and more melodic musical ideals. It reminds me of the two tracks Prawn dropped that last year would have fit in so well with Kingfisher, which leads me to ask – would these additional two jams really have hurt?
As Pianos Become The Teeth seismically shifted from their screamo/post-hardcore stance, fans were polarized. Some still are but, like me, most have accepted it. Of course, I loved it as soon as they indicated what they were going to do, and it makes it easier to ingest a 7″ like this also. “895″ is a perfect representation of this change – soft, crooning guitars that cathartically builds into a mid-tempo burst of grungy guitars – telling of racing from the cold and into the comfort of home. Kyle Durfey’s lyrics continue to hit hard. Be sure to catch the music video in all its beauty, as it visually brings the expressiveness out of a track that feels so close to the oldie but goodie in “I’ll Get By.”
The second track, “Dancing,” is more romantic, yet still a tad dark, and feels like the sibling to “Repine” off Keep You. It’s a melodic, post-rock jam that lures you in to continue the subtle drive of Durfey’s words, which no doubt can be pegged as nothing less than poetry. I honestly feel Pianos Become The Teeth made a big mistake excluding this pair from Keep You because they add a loving flair and a sense of passion, compassion and hope to what’s already swirling around inside you. Pianos Become The Teeth continue to shine and make you tear up.
4 /5 Stars
New Brunswick post-hardcore act PJ Bond is now streaming his new release “Where Were You?” and you can check it out below. The album was released on May 4th through Black Numbers in the US and Xtra Mile Recordings worldwide.
New York post hardcore band Self Defense Family has announced a new 7″. The A-side features the track ‘Talia’, which is taken from the bands forthcoming new album, and ‘Taxying’ on the B-side, but it will only be limited to a one-time pressing of just 1000 copies, and is available to pre-order from Deathwise Inc. now.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 6:03 PM (PST) by jaystone
San Antonio-based post-hardcore five piece Across The Atlantic have announced plans for a new album. It’s called “Holding On To What We Know,” and it’s due out May 5th. You can pre-order the album from the band’s website right here.
To whet your appetite, Across The Atlantic have released a lyric video for the track “Better Than My Yesterdays.” Check it out below.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 1:21 PM (PST) by milhouse
Omaha, Nebraska’s Desaparecidos, the post-hardcore/punk project of Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes fame), will release its first album in 13 years on June 23rd titled “Payola” through Epitaph Records. The album will feature Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! and the So So Glos as well as many previously released tracks such as “MariKKKopa”, “Backsell”, “Anonymous”, “The Left Is Right,” “Te Amo Camila Vallejo,” and “The Underground Man”.
Today, the band has released a new music video for their song “City on the Hill” which appears on the upcoming album, which you can check out below.
Desaparecidos formed in 2001 but disbanded after the release of their first album, “Read Music/Speak Spanish” as Conor’s other band, Bright Eyes, was experiencing overwhelming success, to which he couldn’t give ample attention to the band.
Monday, April 13, 2015 at 11:37 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Baltimore post-hardcore band Pianos Become The Teeth have released the music video for their song “895.”
You can watch it below.
Pianos Become The Teeth will be releasing a Record Store Day 7″ this coming weekend. They last released “Keep You” via Epitaph Records.
The song the title track of a special 7-inch release for this year’s Record Store Day, which will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2015. The single will feature two brand new songs: the title track and a cover of the song “Because I Am,” originally written and performed by Broken Hearts Are Blue.
Braid released their latest album (and first in sixteen years), No Coast, on July 8, 2014 through Topshelf Records. It’s their first full-length release in over 15 years, serving as a follow-up to 1998′s Frame and Canvas.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 1:10 PM (PST) by milhouse
Recently reunited post-hardcore act From First to Last have announced that they will release their anticipated new album “Dead Trees” on April 28th through Sumerian Records. Today, the band has made the first new song from the album available to stream.
The track is entitled “Black and White” and you can have a listen below.
We’ll keep you posted as more details on “Dead Trees” come to light; it will be From First to Last’s first studio album since 2010′s “Throne to the Wolves”.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 8:48 AM (PST) by Midwest Punk
The track is off the band’s latest album, Back To Oblivion, which came out back in September on Razor & Tie Records.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 6:59 AM (PST) by Midwest Punk
The song is an acoustic take on the band’s third track from their 2013 full-length, Fragile Failures. This version is on the new EP, Renditions, which features three acoustic versions of songs from the full-length, along with a new song. You can check out the new song, “What’s Left Of Us” here, and pre-order the EP here. It’s due out April 7th on Velocity Records and Rise Records.
Whenskiesaregray last released the 7″ “What Can Not Be Reversed” via Driftwood Records in 2013.