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Angels and Airwaves stream new song “The Wolfpack”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Friday, October 24, 2014 at 11:17 AM (PST)

Angels and Airwaves are streaming another new song from their upcoming album The Dream Walker. You can give “The Wolfpack” a listen below.

The Dream Walker is set to be released on December 9th through To The Stars Records. It will be the band’s first full-length release since 2011′s Love: Part Two.

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Jade Puget on the next AFI record

Posted by ChrisDude on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 8:11 PM (PST)

Today marks the first anniversary of the day AFI released their latest album Burials, which was their first album in four years. In a recent interview, AFI guitarist Jade Puget was asked if the band has started working on their next album yet, he replied:

“Yeah, a little bit. We’re actually in the process of doing a new Blaqk Audio record right now. We’re pretty far along with that so once that’s done, we’ll move back to AFI.”

Puget’s new project XTRMST (which features his AFI bandmate Davey Havok) will be releasing their self-titled debut album on November 18, 2014 through Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records.

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Angels and Airwaves release trailer for upcoming animated short

Posted by Jonathan Lyte on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 8:48 AM (PST)

Angels and Airwaves have released a trailer for their upcoming animated short film that is being released this coming December. The short is called Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker and you can take a look at the trailer below.

Angel and Airwaves’ The Dream Walker is set to be released in December on To The Stars Records.  The group’s last release was the Stomping the Phantom Brake Pedal EP, which was released in January 2013 via To The Stars. Their last full-length album was 2011′s Love: Part Two.

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Blink-182 announce reissue of 7″ split “Lemmings”

Posted by ChrisDude on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 6:25 PM (PST)

Blink-182 have announced that they will release a reissue of Lemmings, a 7″ 1996 split with Swindle, on November 4th via Grilled Cheese/Cargo Records. You can pre-order the colored vinyl here.

Blink-182 last released the EP Dogs Eating Dogs in December 2012, and have reportedly been back in the studio recording their long-awaited new album, which they hope to release next summer.

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Rise Against has just released a little music video for their song “Tragedy + Time”.

The track appears on the band’s latest album, “The Black Market”, which was released this past July through Interscope Records.

Check it out below.

Rise Against is contributing content to an upcoming compilation, “This Concerns Everyone”, which is set to be released on November 18th through AF Records and features live and studio recordings from artists such as Tom Morello (The Nightwatchman, Rage Against The Machine), Chris Wollard (Hot Water Music), Chris #2 (Anti-Flag), and more.

A portion of proceeds from the record’s sales will be donated to the Right To Heal Campaign, which is a joint effort between The Iraq Veterans Against The War, The Organization of Women’s Freedom In Iraq, and The Federation of Workers Councils and Unions In Iraq.

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Blink-182 hoping to release new album next summer

Posted by ChrisDude on Friday, October 17, 2014 at 3:48 PM (PST)

In a recent interviewBlink-182 vocalist/guitarist Tom DeLonge said that he is hoping their long-awaited new album will be released in the summer of 2015, simply stating:

“I am hoping that we can get this thing out by summer, but we will see.”

Asked if the recording sessions of the album have begun, DeLonge replied, “We actually have our very first big writing session coming here in the next few weeks where we’ll get together and lay down our first tracks.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details regarding the new Blink-182 album come to light. The band self-released an EP titled Dogs Eating Dogs in December of 2012 after parting ways with Interscope Records.

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Long-defunct California punk legends Jawbreaker just reissued their iconic album 24 Hour Revenge Therapy in honor of its 20th anniversary, and it features alternate versions of some songs as bonus tracks. Head over here to listen to alternate versions of “Boxcar” and “Do You Still Hate Me?.”

Jawbreaker released their last album Dear You in 1995 on DGC Records before breaking up in the following year.

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Frank Turner announces new rarities compilation; streams new song

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 9:30 AM (PST)

Frank Turner has announced that he will be releasing a third b-sides and rarities compilation album, appropriately titled The Third Three Years. The 21 track album will be released on November 21, 2014 via Xtra Mile Recordings, and feature plenty of demos, session recordings, and cover songs. You can pre-order the collection here.

Turner has released a stream of one of the tracks, an alternate version of “The Way I Tend to Be”, which originally appeared on Tape Deck Heart. You can check out the song, as well as the compilation’s track list, below.

Turner released his latest proper album Tape Deck Heart in 2013 on Interscope Records

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No new Blink-182 album until 2015?

Posted by ChrisDude on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 6:36 PM (PST)

It’s been more than three years since Blink-182 released their last studio album Neighborhoods, and as you may have heard they recently began working on a new record.

Though it was already known the band wouldn’t be heading back into the studio until the end of the year, Kpopstarz.com is reporting the album may take even longer to arrive due to delays caused the members’ different side projects, such as DeLonge’s Angels and Airwaves, who plan to release a new album this Halloween.

We’ll keep you posted as more details regarding the new Blink-182 album come to light. The band self-released an EP titled Dogs Eating Dogs in December of 2012 after parting ways with Interscope Records.

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Guitarist Zach Blair of Rise Against was recently interviewed by Florida Today. In the interview he discussed their new album “The Black Market,”Pete Townshend and more.

You can read the interview here.

The Black Market was released on July 15th through Interscope Records. It serves as a follow-up to 2011′s Endgame.

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Frank Turner debuts new songs live at Saint Vitus

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 7:27 AM (PST)

Folk-punk icon Frank Turner recently played a solo set at Saint Vitus in New York, and he decided to treat the audience with a setlist of mostly new songs. Check out video of the set below.

Turner’s set was sandwiched between openers Into It. Over It. and emo stalwarts Mineral, who are reunited for their first string of shows in 17 years.

Frank Turner’s latest solo album Tape Deck Heart came out in 2013 on Interscope Records. He plans on releasing a new album in February. Meanwhile, his hardcore band Mongol Horde released their debut album this past May.

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Full Set Video: Jimmy Eat World live at Reading/Leeds

Posted by hayley on Monday, August 25, 2014 at 2:13 PM (PST)

In case you missed it, or were at the Reading/Leeds festival and need to see it again, the video of Jimmy Eat World‘s full set has just been posted. Check it out in its entirety below.

Jimmy Eat World’s latest album, “Damaged,” was released in June 2013 via RCA Records.

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Album Review: Rise Against – “The Black Market”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 2:15 PM (PST)

Ten years ago, no one would have really pegged Rise Against as a band that would be crudely dubbed the ‘punk rock Nickelback’. Between their lyrics, which always balanced themselves between political and personal, and their music that smoothly blended blistering hardcore and soothing melodies, the notion that they would one day fall into a pit of mediocrity, and be mercilessly mocked was laughable. Well… ten years can change a lot, and while ‘punk rock Nickelback’ is too harsh of a criticism, it’s for certain that Rise Against’s music has fallen into a predictable routine and The Black Market, the band’s seventh studio album, marks no change in the path that they’ve taken.

For what it’s worth, The Black Market isn’t really a terrible album. It’s not mind-blowing stuff, but it stays true to the songwriting that Rise Against has been working with since 2004’s Siren Song of the Counter Culture. After experimenting with some heavier riffs and ideas on their previous album, The Black Market comes off as welcoming, with open arms to embrace longtime listeners. It’s recognizable. It’s familiar. It’s safe.

And that’s the biggest problem with The Black Market: it’s too safe. Many of its tracks could be switched out with songs from any of their previous three full lengths, and no one would be any wiser. Lead single “I Don’t Want to Be Here Anymore” fits right in at home with Endgame’s “Help Is On the Way” and “This Is Letting Go”, the poppier “Tragedy + Time” and “Methadone” could have been lifted directly from the Appeal to Reason sessions (also of note: the former sounds as if it could be a re-worked Gaslight Anthem or Alkaline Trio tune), and the album’s entire middle section is made up of variations of the musical themes from Siren Song and The Sufferer and the Witness. The album highlight is probably “The Eco-Terrorist In Me” which is a weird hybrid that starts off with a vicious, ripping introduction that is almost Revolutions Per Minute-esque before settling into the same melodic territory as the rest of the album.

All things considered, The Black Market could have been a trainwreck of an album, but instead it settles into the comfortable groove laid down by its predecessors. Unfortunately in the process of settling into that familiar territory, the album drowns in lyrical aimlessness (C’mon guys, where is the rage? Even Endgame had the lyrically powerful “Make It Stop (September’s Children)”), an abundance of recycled ideas and way too many 4 minute songs. So is The Black Market a disaster? No. Is it a disappointment? Most definitely.

2.5 / 5

RIYL: Anti-Flag, The Offspring, Pennywise

Rise Against announces U.S. tour dates

Posted by GinaVenz on Friday, August 22, 2014 at 1:59 PM (PST)

Rise Against have announced a big U.S. tour kicking off at the end of this month, and you can find all of the dates below.

The tour will support the band’s latest album, The Black Market, which was released earlier this summer on Interscope Records.

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Riot Fest Denver announces After-Party shows

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 2:04 PM (PST)

A couple of days ago, Riot Fest Chicago announced official after-party shows for their festivities next month. Today, official after-party shows have been announced for Riot Fest Denver.

The Denver fest takes place a week after Chicago’s, and will share several of the same musical acts. After-party show lineups for Denver include Nostalghia, Face to Face, Glassjaw, Mineral, and many more to come.

You can view the schedule of after shows here.

In the mean time, the regular hours Riot Fest Denver will be held at Mile High Stadium from September 19th through the 21st, featuring performances from Rise Against, The Used, Cerebral Ballzy, Bouncing Souls, Dropkick Murphys, and many other great bands. Tickets for the festival can be purchased here, while its schedule can be viewed here.

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