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In Good Nature announce tour dates supporting Heavy Hearts

Massachusetts post-hardcore act In Good Nature have announced some upcoming tour dates where they will be supporting Heavy Hearts.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

In Good Nature last released The Words We’ll Never Say on August 25th, 2017 via Anchor Eighty Four Records.

Death Of A Nation (hardcore) streaming self titled album

Political hardcore punks Death Of A Nation are streaming their self titled album. The album features four very socially charged punk rock songs that are heavy on the anger and even heavier on social justice or lack there of.

You can check out the album below.

If your a fan of Anti-Flag or Propagandhi you’ll definitely like these guys.

Thousand Below release video for “Tradition”

San Diego post-hardcore quintet Thousand Below have released a video for a reimagined version of their track “Tradition”. The original version of the song is from their debut album, “The Love You Let Too Close”, which was released back in October via Rise Records.

You can watch the video below.

Harm (Post-Hardcore, NC) Announce EP “What We Know is a Drop” and Stream Track “She Knows Who She Is, She Just Forgot For A Little While”

North Carolina post-hardcore throwbacks Harm are streaming a track off their recently announced EP. “She Knows Who She Is, She Just Forgot For a Little While” will feature on the EP What We Know is a Drop. Vocalist Billie Cloer explained the inspiration behind the release that’s due out on March 2, 2018:

“This record is about growing up… It’s scary and overwhelming and easy to lose yourself in it. It’s okay to not fully understand yourself or have it all put together, though. I don’t think anyone fully has a grasp on life—some people are just better at hiding it than others.”

What We Know is a Drop below. It’s the third release from Harm. Previous efforts included the 2017 acoustic EP, (Pray), and the 2016 full band debut (quiet) life.

The Elk Collective (Hardcore) debuts new single ‘Moshpittin on your Toenails’

Today we’re getting a first taste of Australian Hardcore act The Elk Collective. The band has just premiered its first single ‘Moshpittin on your Toenails’ and it sounds more than promising. The track is taken from the Aussies’ debut EP ‘Big Trouble’, out via all the regular channels on March 16th.

Check out ‘Moshpittin on your Toenails’ below.

Music Video: Capstan – “The Wreath and the Follower”

Post-hardcore act from the heart of Florida Capstan have premiered a music video for their new track “The Wreath and the Follower.” You can watch it below.

“The Wreath and the Follower” is taken from the band’s upcoming EP, which will be released by Adventure Cat Records on January 12th.

HABITS (Post Hardcore, UK) Release UK Tour Dates

After releasing their Falling Fluent EP in October, UK post-hardcore outfit HABITS are embarking on their first domestic tour. The stint begins on March 2nd, 2018 and concludes a week and a half later on the 11th. Check out the full list below, as well as the tour poster to find out if they’re playing near you.

Negative Space (post-punk) streaming new album “Gestalt”

UK post-punks Negative Space are streaming their new album “Gestalt”. The guitar riff heavy new album was released on December 8th through Drunken Sailor Records.

You can give it a listen below.

“Gestalt” is the third release from Negative Space the first since 2016’s “7””. If you enjoy the chaos of Tom Waits or Public Image Ltd. you might enjoy these guys.

Slow Bloom (California Post-Hardcore) stream new song “Sarcophaguts”

California Post-Hardcore/Punk act Slow Bloom recently announced that they will be releasing their new EP, Hex Hex Hex, on January 26th via No Sleep Records.  The band is also streaming the song “Sarcophaguts” off the new release to give an idea of what to expect.  You can check that song out below.

Music Video: Movements – “Daylily”

O.C. post-hardcore/emo act Movements have released a music video for their track “Daylily.” You can watch it below.

“Daylily” is taken from the band’s debut album Feel Something, which was released on October 20, 2017 via Fearless Records. On the inspiration for the song lead singer Patrick Miranda stated: My current girlfriend is the inspiration for this song. [During her ongoing treatment for mental illness] there would be a lot of bad days, but there would also be good days. She called the good ones her ‘pink cloud days.’ When she was going through another tough time last year I wrote this song for her.

Pianos Become The Teeth premiere music video for new track “Charisma”

Baltimore post-hardcore band Pianos Become The Teeth have released a music video for their new song “Charisma,” which you can watch below.

“Charisma” is taken from the band’s upcoming album release titled Wait For Love. The album is set to drop on February 16th, 2018. You can find the tracklist below the video and find pre-orders here.

Sparta streams new song “Graveyard Luck”

Sparta, Jim Ward’s post At The Drive In project, is back again and have released a new song called “Graveyard Luck.”

You can give it a listen below.

No word yet on whether this new song is the first from a new EP or LP, but we will of course keep you updated as we hear more.

Quicksand stream new album “Interiors”

Today marks the release of Quicksand‘s new album Interiors. You can give the 12-song LP a listen below.

Released through Epitaph Records, this is the band’s first new album in 22 years, following 1995’s Manic Compression.

NO LIARS release video for new song “Animal”

Vancouver’s NO LIARS have released a music video for a new song titled “Animal”. The track is taken from their upcoming album The Cause & The Cure, which is due out in early 2018.

Check the video out below, and stay tuned for more info on the new LP.

Quicksand stream title track from new album “Interiors”

Post hardcore veterans Quicksand are streaming their new song “Interiors”, which is the title track from their long-awaited third album. You can check it out below.

Interiors comes out this Friday (November 10th) via Epitaph, and will be Quicksand’s first album since 1995’s Manic Compression.