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If you like high-energy, loud punk rock, there's a good chance you'll like Well Aren't You Precious. They prefer to be called "rock 'n' roll" but I've taken it upon myself to label them "garage punk" because I think it better encompasses their overall sound. The boys from Iowa show that punk is still alive in the Midwest, and remind me a bit of fellow Midwest punks, Off With Their Heads. You can stream their entire album Awwwww on Bandcamp. There's also the option to buy it on CD/digital, so keep that in mind!
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Glasseater have announced that they will reunite for at least one show at Churchill’s Pub in their hometown Miami, Florida on February 22, 2014. This will be the second time they reunited, following their belated farewell show in 2010.
The band currently has no other shows scheduled at this time, nor have they announced plans to record a new album.
Glasseater’s last album, Everything is Beautiful When You Don’t Look Down, was released in 2003.Add to My Radar
The folks at Billboard recently caught up with A Day To Remember and squeezed a few acoustic songs and a short interview on their departure from Victory Records for the release of their new record Common Courtesy.
You can watch videos of the band playing acoustic versions of Right Back At It Again, City of Ocala, and All I Want right right here!
Common Courtesy was officially released on November 25th. It serves as a follow-up to 2010′s What Separates Me From You.Add to My Radar
The band self-released “Common Courtesy” on November 25th after parting ways with Victory Records on not-so-good terms. It serves as a follow-up to 2010′s “What Separates Me From You.”Add to My Radar
Beloved 90′s post-hardcore / emo band Braid will be entering the studio tomorrow to begin recording their Topshelf Records debut. A tweet from vocalist Bob Nanna confirmed that the band will begin work, but reveals little other information.
“On Friday, we begin tracking the new @braidcentral record. I want to tell you all about it.”
With any luck, the band will be releasing their new album sometime in 2014. It will be the band’s first full length album since releasing Lucky to be Alive in 2000, although they released a four song EP entitled Closer to Closed in 2011 and a split EP with Balance and Composure earlier this year, both through Polyvinyl.Add to My Radar
Newly reunited post-hardcore band Finch got a bit of bad news for us today.
The band announced that they have been forced to push back the release of “What It Is To Burn – X.” The CD/DVD combo was set to be released via Tragic Hero Records on January 7th, but now apparently will not see the light of day until February 25th. No real reason for the delay was given.
However pre-orders for the disc and exclusive merch are still available now at the Tragic Hero MerchNow Store. “What It Is To Burn X” is a live album culled from the Pomona, California, stop on the band’s “What It Is To Burn” tenth anniversary tour.Add to My Radar
LA based post-hardcore band Silver Snakes have announced they’ll be playing six West Coast shows in January of 2014. Accompanying them will be New York progressive act Self Defense Family, and San Fran punk group Creative Adult, among others. Check out the exact dates and locations of the shows below.
You can stream “Sundance”, the first single off their upcoming full length album, “Year of the Snake”, here.Add to My Radar
Sacramento post-hardcore group, A Lot Like Birds, has announced they will be headlining a US tour in January of 2014. They are set to share the stage with Boston rockers The Venetia Fair. You can check out the full list of tour dates below.
A Lot Like Birds released their most recent album “No Place” through Equal Vision Records on October 29th of this year. The album is available for streaming here.Add to My Radar
Frameworks will release their debut full length sometime in 2014. The band last released Small Victories on February 12th via 13th Floor Records.Add to My Radar
Texas post-hardcore band Everyone Dies in Utah have released a new lyric video for their song “Land of 1,000 Kicks.” The song is featured on their newest album, “Neutral Ground,” which was released on November 19th via Tragic Hero Records.
You can watch the video below, and while you’re at it, check out the band’s upcoming tour dates.Add to My Radar
Last Friday, the reunited post-hardcore legends Quicksand performed live at this year’s Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas. In case you missed it, a YouTube user has uploaded a video of the entire show, which you can watch below.
After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again last year and have since been performing live sporadically. The band is rumored to be working on new music, which will be their first since 1995′s Manic Compression.Add to My Radar