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Jonathan Diener (The Swellers/Baggage) opens up about body image issues

Jonathan Diener of The Swellers and Baggage opened up about his body image problems and it’s a moving read.

You can check it out here.

Baggage’s debut EP Cheaper Than Therapy was released on December 18th. The Swellers released their final album, The Light Under Closed Doors, in October 2013 through No Sleep Records.



The Swellers writing a new song

Nick Diener of ex-guitarist / vocalist of The Swellers tweeted the other day that the currently defunct band will be writing and recording a new song. You can see the tweet here.

No word on whether or not the band is officially back together, or the reason for the new song, but we’ll keep you posted.

The Swellers released their final album, The Light Under Closed Doors, in October 2013 through No Sleep Records.They announced their plans to break up in June 2014.



Seasons Change (pop-punk) announce tour with Mariner (also pop-punk)

California pop-punk group Seasons Change have announced a US tour with bay area pop-punks Mariner. You can check out the dates below.

The band released their last album, “Please Don’t Leave”, was released in April of 2015 through No Sleep Records



Moose Blood (emo, UK) announce domestic tour

English emotional rockers Moose Blood have announced a short stint of tour dates around the British Isles starting in Bristol in April.

The band are also rumoured to be releasing a follow-up to their 2014 debut release “I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time” in 2016 but precise details regarding this are yet to be released.

A full list of the tour dates are available below.



Daisyhead streaming new song “Never Know”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead has just released a new song entitled “Never Know” and you can watch it below.

The band is also getting ready to embark on a little tour with Free Throw and Young & Heartless in the coming days, dates and locations of which can be seen below.

Daisyhead last released “The Smallest Light” last March through No Sleep Records.



Shai Hulud stream new album “Just Can’t Hate Enough x2″

New York hardcore act Shai Hulud are streaming their newest release Just Can’t Hate Enough x2 in its entirety.

Give it a listen below.

Just Can’t Hate Enough x2 was released on December 4th via No Sleep Records



No Sleep Records release “No Sleep ’till Christmas 7″ compilation (Rocky Votolato, Lee Corey Oswald and more)

The kind folks at Huntington Beach-based label No Sleep Records have just released their the newest installment of their No Sleep ‘Till Christmas compilation series. This year’s edition, the 7th in the series, features holiday-themed offerings from the likes of the likes of Lee Corey Oswald, Anakin, Foreign Tongues, Looming, and the great Rocky Votolato.

Check it out for stream/free download below.



La Dispute release “Tiny Dots” online; launch physical pre-orders

Michigan punks La Dispute have released their feature-length documentary, “Tiny Dots,” in all it’s digital glory. Check it out here to either rent or own.

Still want a physical copy of “Tiny Dots” because you’re old-school like that? Pre-orders for the December 4th release are now available right here.

La Dispute most recently released Rooms of the House on No Sleep Records in 2014.  They are heading out on tour in the U.S. and Brazil in November, and you can also find those dates at the screening event link above.



Full Album Stream: Drug Church – “Hit Your Head”

Albany-based avant garde punks Drug Church are streaming  their forthcoming album, “Hit Your Head,” in its entirety. Check out the exclusive stream right here.

“Hit Your Head” is due out this Friday (October 30th) on No Sleep Records. It’s the follow-up to their debut full-length, “Paul Walker,” which hit the streets back in 2013.



La Dispute release trailer for upcoming documentary, “Tiny Dots”

Michigan punks La Dispute have released the official trailer for their forthcoming feature-length documentary called Tiny Dots. Check it out below.

Tiny Dots is due out November 2nd in theaters and December 4th in stores; check out screening event information here.

La Dispute most recently released Rooms of the House on No Sleep Records in 2014.  They are heading out on tour in the U.S. and Brazil in November, and you can also find those dates at the screening event link above.



Drug Church streaming new song “Hit Your Head, Greedy”

Albany-based avant garde punks Drug Church are streaming a new song called “Hit Your Head, Greedy”

You can check it out here.

It is taken from the bands forthcoming second album ‘Hit Your Head’, which is released on October 30th via No Sleep Records.



Full Album Stream: Run Forever – “Run Forever”

Been waiting for this one for a while…

At long last, Pittsburgh-based indie-rockers Run Forever are streaming their forthcoming album, “Run Forever.” Check it out below.

Run Forever’s eponymous album is due out this Friday (October 9th) via No Sleep Records.  Their 2012 album, “Settling,” is still among my favorites, so this will probably will be before long too.



Run, Forever streaming upcoming self-titled album

Pittsburgh’s Run, Forever are streaming their new self-titled full-length album through Pittsburgh City Paper.

You can give it a listen here.

The album comes out October 9, 2015 through No Sleep Records. Run, Forever last released a split with Adventures.



Shai Hulud stream cover of Progandhi’s “Hate, Myth, Muscle, Etiquette”

New York hardcore act Shai Hulud are streaming a cover of Propgandhi’s “Hate, Myth, Muscle, Etiquette” and it’s pretty f’ing badass. See for yourself and stream it below.

The track will appear on a new album titled “Just Can’t Hate Enough x2″ which is slated to be released December 4th on No Sleep Records. Here’s what the band had to say about the release:

“Enter, for your enjoyment – whether in auditory delight or abject derision, our collaboration with No Sleep Records who proudly present (or so we hope) our new EP: Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2 – Plus Other Hate Songs.

Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2 bridges the gap between our 2013 album “Reach Beyond The Sun” and whatever the next one will be called. On full lengths we like to write varied songs and broaden our musical parameters; here, we just raged. Short, fast, pissed. More MDC than Opeth, though we love both and sound like neither.

Lyrically, as always, we try to isolate aspects of humanity we find regressive and counterproductive to mass wellbeing; analyzing bits of “profound hatred” we’re always spouting off about. The original songs this time around deal with valuing reason, and the negativity often reaped by those who champion uncomfortable truths; the unfortunate and seemingly inevitable hardening of human hearts; and the importance of communication, and how its avoidance breeds contempt.”



La Dispute will release new documentary, and announce tour dates

Michigan punks La Dispute are set to release a feature-length documentary called Tiny Dots on November 1st.  You can watch a teaser for the documentary here, and check out the screening events below.

La Dispute most recently released Rooms of the House on No Sleep Records in 2014.  They are heading out on tour in the U.S. and Brazil in November, and you can also find those dates below.