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If I were to describe Future Primitive's sound in just two words, the words I'd use would probably be 'fucking nuts'. This 4-piece from North Carolina has been around for no more than 4 months but they sound like they've been playing their unique brand of unrelentingly fast melodic hardcore together for years. Don't believe me? Listen to the demo they just put up on their Bandcamp page - it's free to stream and download, but I highly recommend throwing a few bucks their way to help 'em put out a proper release!
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This Week's Releases: 07/29/2014
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“Ammonia and Bleach” comes from the bands album Swim, which was released today, July 22nd, through Rise Records.Add to My Radar
Swim is set to be released on July 22nd through Rise Records, who also handled the 2013 release of the band’s sophomore full-length Lost At Seventeen.Add to My Radar
Oregon-based alternative rock/post-hardcore band Alive Like Me have released a new tune titled “Slip Away”. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album Only Forever, and you can check it out below.Add to My Radar
The Cast Of Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome Crown the Empire are preparing to release their upcoming new album, “The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways”, next week (July 22nd) through Rise Records.
Today, however, the album has been made available to stream in its entirety (iTunes required).
Check it out here.Add to My Radar
Oregon-based alternative rock/post-hardcore band Alive Like Me have released some details regarding their upcoming album Only Forever, which will be released on October 7th, 2014 on Rise Records. You can pre-order a copy of the album here.
In addition, Alive Like Me have premiered a music video for their song ”Searching for Endings”. You check out the video below as well as track listing for Only Forever.Add to My Radar
The band released the video for their track “A Tale of Outer Suburbia” in May. The song appears on their sophomore effort Unimagine, which was released in July 2013 through Rise Records.Add to My Radar
Emily’s Army guitarists Max and Cole Becker had their guitars stolen from the band’s SoCal practice space last night. The band posted the above image of the guitars on their Facebook page, along with the following statement earlier today:
“Our guitarists @maxbeckaaa and @coleyoley5′s guitars were stolen last night… all three of them have a lot of sentimental value. Something you can’t replace. the first is Max’s new red #Danelectro. The second is Cole’s dark green #Decca Japanese guitar. The third is Cole’s first guitar and one that has traveled all over the world with and has played tons of shows. This guitar has a Swingin’ Utters sticker on it. The guitar is called “SODA” and has a soda can carved into it. It’s a brown Telecaster deluxe. These were stolen out of practice space in SoCal!”
Hopefully the guys get their shit back! I can’t imagine what it’s like to have an instrument taken from you, especially one that you started playing on, but I’m assuming it’s not very fun.
Emily’s Army’s upcoming EP Swim is set to be released on July 22nd through Rise Records, who also handled the release of their 2013 full-length Lost At Seventeen. The band’s debut album Don’t Be A Dick came out in 2011 on Adeline Records.Add to My Radar
The Cast Of Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome Crown the Empire are streaming their new song “Rise of the Runaways”, taken from their upcoming album “The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways.” Check out the lyric video below.
The boys in Oakland pop-punk act Emily’s Army, featuring Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s son Joey on drums, have released a music video for their song “Aliens Landing.” You can check it out below.
The band’s upcoming EP Swim is set to be released on July 22nd through Rise Records, who also handled the release of their 2013 full-length Lost At Seventeen.Add to My Radar
The band’s upcoming EP Swim is set to be released on July 22nd through Rise Records, with whom they released 2013′s Lost At Seventeen.Add to My Radar
Alternative Press caught up with the guys in The Bouncing Souls for a quick video interview at Bonnaroo to discuss their plans to work on new music with their new drummer George Rebelo, Hopeless Romantic turning 15, and the band itself turning 25 this year.
Check it out below if you’ve got a few minutes to kill.Add to My Radar