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Tiger Army stream new song “Firefall”

Tiger Army are streaming their brand new song “Firefall”, taken from their upcoming album V •••–. You can check it out below.

V •••– will be released on May 20th on Rise Records, and will be Tiger Army’s first studio album in nine years, since 2007′s Music from Regions Beyond.



Cold Collective debut video for “Tred” from upcoming debut full-length, “Bachelorette Party”

As a way to continue whetting your appetite for the pending release of their upcoming full length, “Bachelorette Party,” upstart Massachusetts-based band Cold Collective has debuted a new video for the song “Tred.” Check it out here.

Cold Collective, as you probably know, is a somewhat new band that features current and/or former members of bands like TransitMisser,Defeater, and November 5, 1955. “Tred” serves as the third video for a track from “Bachelorette Party,” following “Away From You” and “Wanna Change.”

If you dig what you’ve seen and heard so far, you can pre-order “Bachelorette Party” (Rise Records) before its May 31st release date right here. You can also catch Cold Collective on tour with Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, Allison Weiss and Can’t Swim below.

 



Issues release two new songs, “The Realest”, “Coma” off of upcoming album “Headspace”

Atlanta metalcore group Issues have released not one, but two, new songs from their upcoming album. The first song is called “The Realest” and the second is called “Coma”.  You can watch the music video for “The Realest” and stream “Coma” below.

The album, entitled “Headspace”, is due out May 20th via Rise Records and will be their most recent release since their 2014 EP “Diamond Dreams”.



Rarity stream new song “Absent”

Toronto-based five-piece Rarity are streaming their new song “Absent,” which features Derek DiScanio of State Champs.

Give it a listen below.

“Absent” comes from the bands’ upcoming album I Couldn’t Be Weaker, which is set to be released on April 15th via Rise Records.



Of Mice And Men announce live album “Live At Brixton”

Of Mice and Men have announced that they will be releasing a live album, “Live At Brixton,” on May 27th.  You can check out the track list below.

Of Mice and Men last released Restoring Force: Full Circle on February 24th, 2015 via Rise Records.



Ray Rocket debuts music video – “First Time”

Ray Rocket (from Teenage Bottlerocket) just released a new music video for the song, “First Time,” and you can give it a look below.

The track comes from Ray’s debut solo record, Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana?, which is due out tomorrow (April 1st) on Rise Records. You can pick up a copy of the album right here.

You might recognize the song, as it’s a version of a song of the same name from Teenage Bottlerocket’s previous album, Tales From Wyoming. Also, the video might make you tear up a bit, because it features a lot of old home video of Ray and his twin brother Brandon, who passed away late last year.

Ray Rocket is headed out on tour in May with The Copyrights and The Lippies, as well as The Penske File on the shows in Canada (sick lineup!). Check out the dates/locations here.



Ray Rocket covers “Pet Sematary”

Ray Rocket (of Teenage Bottlerocket) drops another jam from his upcoming solo album Do You Wanna Go To Tijana?.

You can listen to his cover of the Ramones’ classic “Pet Sematary” below.

The album releases on April 1st through Rise Records. If you want to pre-order it, you can do so right here



Cold Collective (ft. members of Transit, Defeater, and more) announce album and stream single “Away From You”

If you haven’t heard of them before, prepare to add a new band to your radar. Massachusetts locals Cold Collective is a supergroup pieced together from members of Transit, Misser, Defeater, and November 5, 1955.

The band has released a video for their song “Away From You” which comes off of their upcoming debut album “Bachelorette Party”. You can watch the video below.

The album is set to drop in May via Rise Records, and we will keep you posted as the date nears.

The band has also released a video for their song “Wanna Change” off of the album which you can check out here



Silverstein release music video for “The Continual Condition”

Silverstein have released a music video for their new single “The Continual Condition.” The track is taken from the band’s latest album, I Am Alive in Everything I Touch, and you can watch the video below.

Silverstein released I Am Alive In Everything I Touch in May 2015 through Rise Records.



Music Video: Tiger Army – “Prisoner of the Night”

Tiger Army have released a music video for their brand new song ”Prisoner of the Night”, taken from their upcoming album V •••–. You can watch the video below.

V •••– is expected to be released sometime this year on Rise Records, and will be Tiger Army’s first studio album in nine years, since 2007′s Music from Regions Beyond.



BL’AST! guitarist talks about new material and possible reissue of “Take the Manic Ride”

BL’AST! guitarist Mike Neider was recently interviewed by New Noise magazine, where he talked about the band’s long-awaited new album, which he states is “getting brutal”, and their involvement with Rise Records, whose founder Craig Ericson is a fan of the band. He states:

“Craig attended Bl’ast! parties before we even had a release out. He’s always been a Bl’ast! fan and wanted to release some stuff with us. Rise Records will have three releases out with Bl’ast! by the end of 2016!”

Neider also talked about a possible reissue of their last album to date, 1989′s Take the Manic Ride, which, unlike BL’AST!’s first two records, has not received a reissue treatment. He states, “We wanted to release that more than anything else and improve on the quality of the mix. We cannot find the original tapes for a remix, and remastering it wouldn’t be satisfying enough. We considered a re-recording of it, but I didn’t want to offend the sign of the times. I’m still pondering on what to do with that record.”

Last month, BL’AST! released a 7″ split with Eyehategod on Rise Records. They also released a two-song EP For Those Who’ve Graced the Fire! last October, which was the first new material of any kind the band had released in over 25 years. Their 2013 release Blood! was a previously-unreleased album recorded in the 1980′s and remixed by Dave Grohl.



New Music: Ray Rocket – “Without You” off upcoming album “Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana?”

The long-talked-of debut solo release from Teenage Bottlerocket‘s Ray “Rocket” Carlisle is now on the horizon, set for an April 1st release on Rise Records. Pre-order bundles for Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana are A) super rad and B) available here.

A new track from the album has been made available for streaming, so have a listen to Ray’s solo rendition of TBR’s “Without You” below.

Also of note is that Ray will be embarking on a North American solo tour with The Copyrights and The Lippies following the record’s release.



Transit calling it quits, announce final shows

Massachusetts-based four-piece band Transit, are calling it quits and have announced their final shows as a band.

You can view their farewell letter and final show dates below.

Transit’s most recent album, “Joyride,” came out back in October through Rise Records.



A Loss for Words finish recording final album

Boston pop-punk group A Loss For Words may have played their final show in December 2015, but they’re not 100% ready to call it quits just yet. The band tweeted on February 22 that they have finished recording their last album. No details on the record yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

A Loss for Words announced their break up in 2014. Since then, they’ve been on the road playing farewell shows. They released what we erroneously reported their final album, but is now known to be their penultimate record, Before It Caves, on October 8, 2013 via Velocity Records and Rise Records.



Music Video: Palisades – “Fall”

New Jersey post-hardcore band Palisades premiered a brand new music video for their song “Fall”, which was released recently as a single. You can check the video out below.

“Fall” serves as a follow-up to the band’s album Mind Games, which was released in January last year.