The Poison of Self Confinement is set to be released on August 21st via 6131 Records, and will serve as a follow up to 2014′s Soul Erosion.
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Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 9:43 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Tampa Bay metallic hardcore band Blistered are streaming a new song from their upcoming album, The Poison Of Self Confinement.
Give “Lash” a listen below.
The Poison Of Self Confinement is set to be released on August 21st via 6131 Records, and will serve as a follow up to 2014′s Soul Erosion.
If you live in the Northeast and you’re a fan of Teen Death (the band, not the subject matter), you’re in luck. The self-proclaimed Richmond, Virginia-based bummer punks are headed your way.
Late May and early June will find Teen Death traversing most points in the triangle between Pittsburgh, Boston and Washington, DC. The full rundown is above, though it looks like the band could use a little help booking NY and NJ shows. Maybe drop ‘em a line?
Teen Death’s latest EP, “Crawling,” was released back in September 2014 via 6131 Records.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 5:25 PM (PST) by jaystone
Good news for fans of Dads!
The New Jersey emo duo are headed out on a full US tour that kicks off June 26th in Witchita, Kansas, and runs through August 1st in Asheville, North Carolina. Dads will be joining Lawrence, Kansas’ The Appleseed Cast on the latter band’s 15th anniversary “Mare Vitalis” tour, which extends through August 9th in Atlanta. Head below to check out the full Dads rundown.
Dads are still touring in support of their recent album I’ll Be the Tornado, which was released on October 7, 2014 via 6131 Records.
Sure, Hot Water Music’s members have been a part of a ton of other bands. But regardless, when it was announced that Jason Black would be in a band with members of Gay for Johnny Depp and the fantastic Small Brown Bike, who wasn’t the least bit curious? Besides, Hot Water Music, in their own right, is one of the most creative punk rock bands to exist right now. With such prolific minds working on the same project, it was hard to know what to expect.
Unwed’s new album, Raise The Kids, to me at least, sounds like a combination of all of its members’ other bands… But in a really awesome way – it’s as if they took all of the signature musical styles that made those bands who they are and put them together to form something totally different. For instance, the driving rock parts are more reminiscent of Hot Water Music (circa 2002-2004) and the heavy, down-tempo parts are very reminiscent of any of the older Small Brown Bike albums. And the guitars are very reminiscent of Gay For Johnny Depp. However what really sets this band apart is the vocalist Neltie and the way her vocals are mixed on record (they actually sound like Gay For Johnny Depp’s vocals but even creepier…). The record would not carry the overall, darker tone it does if she was not a part of it.
Raise The Kids’ first track, “You’ll Burn”, begins with a few seconds of sounding pretty identical to Hot Water Music. “Okay,” you think to yourself, “I didn’t expect this to just sound like the member’s other projects.” Then, however, it drops a ball on you that makes you feel like you’re in a scary movie… except you’re listening to a punk rock band and not hastily played classical instruments. The title track of Raise The Kids sounds a little bit like Jason Black’s Senses Fail days, but again, in a really good way. Heavier parts in the middle of the song remind me of Small Brown Bike’s Dead Reckoning album. “New Skin” is one of the slower tracks on the album, bringing in some acoustic instruments and odd timing, yet still remaining just as creepy as the rest of the songs. The only song I found hard to get into was “Girl Drink Drunk,” which seemed sort of cheesy and boring in my opinion. Even then it has a unique sound to it, however – imagine if Gwen Stafani wanted to start a band with the guys in AFI pre-Sing The Sorrow.
Unwed has a unique sound that is all at the same time reminiscent of their member’s best projects. It’s not something I would generally listen to, but I think they accomplished exactly what they were trying to sound like and they do it well. Also, they have a song called “PepsiCo,” which rocks in itself.
4.5 / 5 Stars
Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 5:42 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Mesa, Arizona hardcore four piece The Beautiful Ones are streaming their debut full length album, Jaded Love, in its entirety below.
Jaded Love is due for release on April 21, 2015 via 6131 Records.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 2:10 PM (PST) by milhouse
UnWed, the new project of Hot Water Music‘s Jason Black that also features members of Small Brown Bike and Primitive Weapons, is gearing up to release their upcoming debut album, “Raise The Kids”, next week (April 14th) through 6131 Records.
The band has just made the entire album available to stream, which you can check out below.
UnWed’s debut 7-inch was released in January 2014 through No Idea Records.
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 4:30 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
At this point you should be familiar with UnWed, the new project of Hot Water Music‘s Jason Black that also features members of Small Brown Bike and Primitive Weapons. The band has released another new song off their upcoming debut album, Raise the Kids. It’s called “Girl Drink Drunk”, and you can give it a listen here. If you can read German (or if your browser automatically translates the text for you) you can also read the write up about the band.
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 4:15 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Mesa, Arizona hardcore four piece The Beautiful Ones have released a stream of their new single “Flowercrown.” The song is set to appear on the band’s debut full length album, Jaded Love, and you can give the track a listen here.
Jaded Love is due for release on April 21, 2015 via 6131 Records.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 6:16 PM (PST) by jaystone
Another new track from UnWed to help round out your Hump Day Evening coverage. The Brooklyn-based five-piece, which features members of Small Brown Bike, Primitive Weapons and, of course, Hot Water Music, has debuted the title track from their upcoming debut full-length, “Raise The Kids.” Check it out here.
“Raise The Kids” will be released via 6131 on April 14th. Pre-orders are available right here.
Unwed’s debut 7-inch was released in January 2014 via No Idea Records.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 3:40 PM (PST) by jaystone
Irish pop-punk/folk/indie (all labels we’ve used for them in the past) five-piece The Winter Passing have announced that they’re the most recent addition to the roster at 6131 Records. What’s more, they’ve got their debut LP done and dusted. It’s called “A Different Space Of Mind,” and it’s slated for release on May 26th. Pre-orders should be available soon, but to whet your appetite, you can stream the new track “Fruits Of Gloom” right here.
The Winter Passing’s last release was their 2013 EP “Scrapbook.”
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 1:42 PM (PST) by kimofhearts
The song will be featured on the band’s new EP, Reckoning, which is due out on March 10th via Pure Noise. Earlier this month we brought you their newest video off the album for the song “Born”. In addition to these two tracks, the EP will feature Circle Jerks’ classics “I Don’t Care” and “Live Fast Die Young”.
Rotting Out will also be touring this spring, and you can find those dates below as well.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 1:25 PM (PST) by milhouse
degenerates dudes in Culture Abuse, the California-based outfit consisting of members of All Teeth and Dead To Me, have just released their newest seven-inch entitled “Spray Paint The Dog” through 6131 Records.
The two-track EP is available to stream in its entirety below, so check it.
Additionally, the band recently released a new music video for “Perfect Light”, which appears on the new work. You can have a view of that here.
degenerates dudes in Culture Abuse, the California-based outfit consisting of members of All Teeth and Dead To Me, have got a brand new video for us. It’s called “Perfect Light,” and you can check it out below. We should probably warn you to make sure the kids eyes are glued to The Odd Squad before you hit the PLAY triangle…this one’s not safe for work, or kids, or mixed company, or livers. Anyway, enjoy.
“Perfect Light” appears on Culture Abuse’s upcoming seven-inch, “Spray Paint The Dog,” due out February 17th via 6131 Records.