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Coliseum part ways; frontman Ryan Patterson announces new project, Fotocrime

Sad news for fans of Louisville-based hardcore band Coliseum, though many of their fans no doubt expected it. It seems the trio decided to part ways some time ago, but only decided to make it publicly official recently. Here’s former frontman Robert Patterson:

Near the end of 2015, Coliseum quietly decided to end our twelve year run and the band went on indefinite hiatus. Because it felt so personal, we chose to not publicly announce it at the time. Soon after, I began work on my next musical endeavor: Fotocrime…Your support of Coliseum throughout the years was so greatly appreciated and I look forward to many new adventures with Fotocrime. All my love. – R.

PS. Please be sure to support Kayhan and Carter in their current bands Yautja and Null, respectively.

For a taste of what Patterson (now going by the name Robert Pattern) has been up to, you can check out the new Fotocrime track, “Always Hell,” below. It’s from their upcoming debut 7-inch/digital EP of the same name, which is due out May 12th. Pre-orders are available here.

Fotocrime also announced a few upcoming shows, where they’ll appear in support of Russian Circles. Dates are below the video!



Planes Mistaken For Stars announce tour dates

Planes Mistaken For Stars have announced a US tour in June. The band, who returned with a new album, “Prey“, last year on Deathwish, have announced a 12 date US/Canadian tour.

The full list of dates are below.



Wear Your Wounds (Jacob Bannon from Converge) stream new song “Fog”

Wear Your Wounds, the solo project of Converge front man Jacob Bannon, are gearing up to release their self-titled debut album via Deathwish Inc on April 7th.  The album was recorded with guest musicians including Kurt Ballou (Converge), Mike McKenzie (The Red Chord, Stomach Earth, Unraveller), Chris Maggio (Sleigh Bells, Trap Them, Coliseum), and Sean Martin (Hatebreed, Cage, Kid Cudi, Twitching Tongues).  On the album, the band focuses on the slower and more experimental style found on Converge releases.  To give you a taste of what to expect, the band is streaming the song “Fog,” which you can check out below.



Code Orange (hardcore, Pennsylvania) stream video for “Forever”

Hardcore group Code Orange have released a music video for the title track off their latest release “Forever”. You can check out their latest offering below.



BURN (NY Hardcore) announce new album, tour dates

New York hardcore legends BURN have announced some details on their upcoming new album, their first since 2002.  The new album was recorded with Kurt Ballou from Converge and is set to be released on Deathwish in 2017.

In addition to the announcement of a new album, the band has also announced some European tour dates that will see them trekking accross the pond at the beginning of 2017.  You can check out those dates and locations below.



Frameworks (post-hardcore) stream new album “Smother”

Gainesville post-hardcore act Frameworks are streaming their upcoming album Smother in its entirety right here.

Smother is due out on July 8, 2016 through Deathwish Inc.



Touche Amore announce new album “Stage Four”, stream new song “Palm Dreams”

It is with great excitement that I’m happy to share with all of you that Touche Amore have announced a new album, along with a new single you can stream today. The band plans on releasing Stage Four via Epitaph Records on September 16th. You can stream the new single “Palm Dreams” here, and check out the full track list for Stage Four below.

This will be their newest full length release since 2013’s Is Survived By.



Frameworks stream new song “Fear of Missing Out”

Gainesville, FL’s Frameworks are streaming a new song titled “Fear of Missing Out.”  The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album Smother and you can give it a listen here.

Frameworks will release Smother on July 8, 2016 through Deathwish Inc.



Frameworks Announce “Smother” Release Tour

Gainesville, FL’s Frameworks have announced a short jaunt on the Eastern seaboard in tandem with the release of their new full-length, “Smother.” You can check out two songs that are streaming and the dates below.

Frameworks’ last release was a 7″ called “Time Spent” in February.



Frameworks premiere music video for song “Purge”

Gainesville emo-hardcore band Frameworks have released a brand new music video for their song “Purge.” The track is one off of their new record called Smother. You can check it out below.

Smother is scheduled for release on July 8th, 2016 through Deathwish Inc. It will serve as a follow-up to their 2014 album Loom. 



Hesitation Wounds stream new song “Bleach”

Hesitation Wounds – a new project consisting of Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré), Jay Weinberg, (Slipknot, ex-Against Me!), Stephen LaCour (ex-Trap Them) and Neeraj Kane (The Hope Conspiracy) – are streaming a new song called “Bleach”, courtesy of Revolver. That song appears on the band’s upcoming album Awake for Everything, and you can listen to it here.

Awake for Everything will be released this Friday (May 27th) through 6131 Records. The band released a self-titled EP in 2013 via Deathwish Inc.



Hesitation Wounds stream new song “Operatic”

Hesitation Wounds, a new project consisting of Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré), Jay Weinberg, (Slipknot, ex-Against Me!), Stephen LaCour (ex-Trap Them) and Neeraj Kane (The Hope Conspiracy) are streaming a new song titled “Operatic.” The track will appear on the band’s upcoming LP, Awake for Everything.

You can give the song a listen below.

Hesitation Wounds will release Awake for Everything on May 27, 2016 through 6131 Records. The band released a self-titled EP in 2013 via Deathwish Inc.



Hesitation Wounds (members of Touche Amore, The Hope Conspiracy, ex-Against Me!) stream new song “New Abuse”

Hesitation Wounds, a new project consisting of Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré), Jay Weinberg, (Slipknot, ex-Against Me!), Stephen LaCour (ex-Trap Them) and Neeraj Kane (The Hope Conspiracy) are streaming a new song titled “New Abuse.” The track will appear on the band’s upcoming LP, Awake for Everything.

You can hear the song, as well as read an interview with Bolm about the project and hear another song titled “Teeth,” here.

Hesitation Wounds released their self-titled EP in 2013 via Deathwish Inc.



Reign Supreme announce break-up

Philly hardcore act Reign Supreme have just announced that they will be no more. Following several years of inaction, the band issued the following statement.

“We have decided to hang it up. Info on final shows soon. Thanks for the memories. We love you and are so grateful for the part you played.”

No word yet on what, if any, plans the band has next, nor what final shows and releases may be coming up. Still, we wish them nothing but good luck with whatever future projects its talented members might pursue.



Frameworks sign to Deathwish Inc., announce tour dates

Gainesville based post-hardcore act Frameworks have announced that they’ve signed to Deathwish Inc. for the release of an upcoming full-length later this year.

Additionally, the band has announced some tour dates over the next couple months, which you can check out below.

Frameworks’ last full length was Loom, which was released in April 2014 via Top Shelf Records.  They released a two song teaser EP called Time Spent a couple weeks ago, and you can listen to that here.