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In Your Memory (post-hardcore) release music video for “Layer Of Lies”

Posted by vivalalexy on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 11:55 AM (PST)

D.C. post-hardcore group In Your Memory has released a music video for their track “Layer Of Lies” and you can check it out below.

The song is off their September 2014 EP release, “Reflections.”

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Pianos Become The Teeth announce UK tour

Posted by Kaylee McNeil on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 5:28 AM (PST)

Baltimore post-hardcore act Pianos Become the Teeth have just announced that they will be going on a short tour around the United Kingdom in January with Los Angeles post-hardcore band Silver Snakes as well as Talons and New Native. You can check out the dates and locations for the tour on the flyer above.

This announcement follows the launch of the group’s latest album, Keep You, which was launched yesterday October 28th via Epitaph Records, their debut on the label.

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Music Video: Palisades – “Outcasts” feat. Andy Leo (Crown the Empire)

Posted by ChrisDude on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 9:34 PM (PST)

New Jersey-based post-hardcore act Palisades have premiered a music video for their song “Outcasts”, which features Andy Leo of Crown the Empire. You can watch the video below.

“Outcasts” is taken from Palisades’ self-titled debut album, which was released in May 2013 via Rise Records.

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Music Video: This Fiasco – “Longshot”

Posted by ChrisDude on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 9:25 PM (PST)

Australian post-hardcore act This Fiasco have premiered a music video for their song “Longshot”. You can watch the video below.

“Longshot” is the title track of the band’s upcoming EP, which will serve as the follow-up to their 2012 debut EP Illusions.

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Music Video: Emarosa – “People Like Me, We Just Don’t Play”

Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 6:00 PM (PST)

Kentucky post-hardcore band Emarosa have premiered a music video for their new single “People Like Me, We Just Don’t Play.” Check out the video below.

The song comes from the band’s latest album Versus, which was released last month on Rise Records.

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Chiodos working on acoustic album

Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 3:14 PM (PST)

In a recent interview, post-hardcore band  Chiodos have revealed plans to begin working on an acoustic album before they start writing their next studio album. According to the band, it will likely contain acoustic renditions of songs from all of their previous albums.

No other details have been released (or even thought about by the band), including title, release date, and possible tracks.

Chiodos last released Devil this past April through Razor & Tie.

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London-based post-hardcore act Radio Alcatraz have premiered a music video for their song ”Industry Has Failed, Activate the Black Magic”. You can watch the video below.

“Industry Has Failed, Activate the Black Magic” is taken from Radio Alcatraz’s upcoming album It’s All Coming Up Roses, which will be released on December 8th via their own self-titled label, under exclusive license to Banquet Records.

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J. Robbins announces acoustic tour

Posted by ChrisDude on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 6:38 PM (PST)

Former Jawbox singer J. Robbins has announced a short and rare run of acoustic dates. During the tour, Robbins will be joined by members of Robbins’ current band Office of Future Plans, and performing songs from his former bands (including Jawbox, Burning Airlines and Channels). The dates and locations are below.

Robbins recently released a new acoustic EP, Abandoned Mansions. You can check it out on his Bandcamp page.

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Lighthouses premiere video for “Broken Arrow”

Posted by Hopeless Romantic on Monday, October 13, 2014 at 7:00 AM (PST)

Nebraska’s post-hardcore act Lighthouses have released a new music video for the song “Broken Arrow” off of their 2014 EP Lumens. You can check it out below!

Lumen is set to drop November 1st and will serve as a follow up to 2013′s Black Letter Day.

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Music Video: Finch – “Anywhere But Here”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 11:45 AM (PST)

Finch has released a new video for their song “Anywhere But Here,” which is off their new album Back to Oblivion.

Check out the video here.

Back to Oblivion was released on September 30, 2014 through Razor & Tie Records.  Check out our review of the album here.

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The Dillinger Escape Plan have premiered a music video for their song “Rage”, which features rapper Jarren Benton. You can check it out below.

“Rage” appears on the Converse EP CONS EP Vol 2, which was released last month and also features Vince Staples, Black Milk and many other artists.

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Album Review: Finch – “Back to Oblivion”

Posted by writeofpassage on Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 6:43 PM (PST)

If you wanted a love song to Finch‘s old records, this is it. It’s the part-screamo, mostly-post-hardcore effort that fans of the band loved and hoped would become a mainstay sound in the world of rock and roll. Sad to say, as much as I was a fan and moshed the fuck out of songs like “Untitled”, this album really ends up nodding to bands like The Used, Incubus and even Linkin Park – music that was meant to last no more than three years. Why? Because they all stuck to a formula and even when they deviated, it just couldn’t connect. When they tried to go back to nostalgic basics, that’s when the test of time came in, and you cringed wondering…’seriously, I liked this back then?’ — and this isn’t me being harsh. I can listen to records from Everclear, KoRn, Goo Goo Dolls, Thursday, FFAF and so many others without regret but when it comes to Finch, there’s just a sinking feeling that maybe you overrated them.

“Anywhere But Here” and the self-titled openers are the only tracks that really resonate. You’re left wanting to fast forward the others and praying for the record to end. The riffs are true to Finch, melodic and speedy yet very much in tune to the lyrical delivery, yet there’s just a subtle tone of boring repetition. This was an opportunity for them to amp the post-hardcore up and meet contemporary rock halfway but instead goes out the window as a wasted chance. The other tracks feel forgettable and anything but art – just products assembled in a studio with no personal link to the audience.

Maybe that’s where the disconnect is. Is it that I as a Finch fan have outgrown them and their young sound? Did I mature? Are they latching onto times past and lagging musically? Do they need to develop and roll with times? To all, I resoundingly submit yes. They came off too straightforward, quite trite and very elementary. I’m over those days to be honest but when Joyce Manor musically reels me back in to them, I’m hooked. Finch though, not so much. The instrumentation’s tight and everything seems intact apart from their writing and overall balance. “The Great Divide” and “Us vs. Them” try to salvage things (and note, they’re catchy and not bad at all) but Finch needs to contemplate how the musical landscape’s changed because they’re musically stuck in an arcane era. Adapt or die, survival of the fittest. Get with the program.

Note: I loved Finch and will continue to wear their hearts on my sleeve. But I needed a bit more from this rather than taking back to my dark-room and absconding from home-work, contemplating how to get with the hottest girl in the prom.

1.5 / 5 Stars

Music Video: My Ticket Home – “Spit Not Chewed”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 4:06 PM (PST)

Columbus, Ohio’s My Ticket Home has released a music video for their song “Spit Not Chewed”. The track comes off of the band’s latest album Strangers Only. You can watch the video below.

Strangers Only was released on September 3, 2013 through Rise Records.

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Gainesville’s Frameworks are streaming a new cover of The White Stripes’ “Fell In Love With A Girl,” taken from their upcoming split 7-inch with The Saddest Landscape.  You can give it a listen below.

The split is set to be released on October 7th through Soft Speak Records.  The two bands will be supporting the release with a European tour later this month.

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Canadian punk/post-hardcore band Single Mothers are now streaming their entire debut full-length album. Listen to Negative Qualities here.

The album is due out next week (October 7th) on Dine Alone Records. You can still preorder the album on LP or CD here.

The band also have a handful of shows left on their North American tour, including a few shows with The Flatliners. Check out the remaining dates/locations here.

Single Mothers last released their self-titled EP on Secret Voice in April 2012.

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