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New Video: Ray Rocket – “Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana?”

The long-talked-of solo debut from Teenage Bottlerocket‘s Ray “Rocket” Carlisle has now got specific, and awesome, release information…and a debut music video!

The album’s called Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana? and it’s due out April 1st via Rise Records. Pre-order bundles are A) super rad and B) available here.  Oh, and the debut video for the title track will melt your goddamn heart, I promise you. Check it out 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.



The Bouncing Souls recording new album

The Bouncing Souls are on their way to record a new album, as mentioned in a Facebook post from January 31, 2016. No further information has been provided yet, but those who are keeping track at home will probably realize that this album will be the band’s first studio record with drummer George Rebelo, who joined the band in 2013. We’ll keep you posted as more details arise.

The Bouncing Souls last released Comet in 2012 via Rise Records & Chunksaah Records.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce first shows with new drummer

Teenage Bottlerocket have announced their new drummer Darren Chewka will see his first live action with the band this March in Denver and their hometown of Laramie, Wyoming. The Gamits and The Nobodys will be tagging along for both shows.

More info on these shows can be found below.

If you’re wondering why Teenage Bottlerocket have enlisted a new drummer, it’s because Brandon Carlisle unfortunately passed away this past November. The band decided to move forward because they believe it’s what Brandon would want them to do.



Man Overboard announce “Farewell For Now” tour

New Jersey pop-punk group Man Overboard are heading out on what they’re calling a “Farewell For Now” tour. See the dates/locations below.

They’ll be joined on the short tour by Forever Came Calling, Watermedown, Microwave, Souvenirs, Gin War, and Such A Mess.

While they’re not calling it quits, the band says, “Our current plans are very few and will likely remain that way for a while.”

Man Overboard released their latest full-length album, Heavy Love, on June 30th on Rise Records.



Face to Face stream new song “Double Crossed” off upcoming album ‘Protection’

California punk veterans Face to Face have released a new song titled “Double Crossed.” The song is the first single off their upcoming album Protection, and you can give it a listen below.

Recorded and produced by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore at the Blasting Room, Protection will release on March 4th via Fat Wreck Chords. It will be the band’s first album since 2013′s Three Chords and a Half Truth, and their first release on Fat Wreck since 1992′s Don’t Turn Away.



Music Video: Hands Like Houses – “Colourblind”

Australian post-hardcore group Hands Like Houses have premiered a music video for their song ”Colourblind”. You can check it out below.

“Colourblind” is taken from Hands Like Houses’ upcoming album Dissonants, which is due for release on February 26th through Rise Records.



Silverstein frontman releases debut solo album on Rise Records

Shane Told, frontman of the post-hardcore act Silverstein, has started a solo project called River Oaks, and his debut EP was just released on Rise Records.  You can pick up the self-titled EP here, and check out a video for the song “Let You Down” below.

After spending years singing and occasionally playing guitar for Silverstein, Told jumped into this project, playing all the instruments (guitar, bass, keys, and drums) on the River Oaks debut.

Silverstein’s last full-length release, This Is How The Wind Shifts, was released by Rise Records in 2013, and they will embark on a tour of the U.S. and Canada in February.



Teenage Bottlerocket continue on, welcome new drummer Darren Chewka (The Old Wives)

As you may know, Teenage Bottlerocket drummer Brandon Carlisle sadly passed away last November. Today, TBR announced they will continue as a band, welcoming their new drummer, Darren Chewka from Edmonton Alberta. You may recognize him as the drummer from The Old Wives.

More info on the situation can be found in the band’s statement from Facebook below.

Teenage Bottlerocket’s latest album, Tales From Wyoming, was released in March through Rise Records. The Old Wives’ last released a split LP with The Blendours on June 15th, 2013 through Eccentric Pop Records.



Silverstein (post-hardcore) announce US tour dates

Emotional hardcore act Silverstein have announced a North American tour with Being as an Ocean and Emarosa joining them as support. A full list of the dates can be found here.

Silverstein’s last full-length release “This Is How The Wind Shifts” was released by Rise Records in 2013.



Hands Like Houses (post-hardcore) release new acoustic video

Post-hardcore act Hands Like Houses have released an acoustic version of their track “New Romantics” from their 2015 album “Dissonants”. The Australian five-piece performed the track in the APTV studio (Alternative Press) yesterday as part of their Acoustic Weekend sessions.

You can listen to the unplugged version of “New Romantics” below.



Transit cancel upcoming UK/European tour

Crappy news for fans of Massachusetts-based four-piece band Transit, particularly if you were looking forward to catching them on their upcoming tour of the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. Seems the tour is sadly off. Here’s the band’s statement:

“We would like to take the time to send our most sincere apologies to all of our fans and friends in the United Kingdom and Mainland Europe. Due to unforeseen circumstances we will no longer be able to come over and do our Joyride tour that we currently had booked. Once again we would like to apologize to our fans, promoters, agent, and friends for not being able to execute this run which had a lot of love put into it. Thank you for always supporting us, especially in struggling times. Namaste.”

Daisyhead and Valencia’s Shane Henderson were slated to open the tour, and both announced that they won’t be making the trek now. Hopefully this isn’t indicative of larger problems afoot in Transit world. We’ll keep you posted.

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



Before Their Eyes stream new album, “Midwest Modesty”

Ohio screamo act Before Their Eyes just released their new album, Midwest Modesty, on  inVogue Records today.  You can stream it in its entirety below.

Midwest Modesty is the band’s 5th studio album.

 



Before Their Eyes streaming new song “The Positive and Negative of Being Alone”

Ohio screamo act Before Their Eyes are streaming their brand new song “The Positive and Negative of Being Alone”, which appears on the band’s upcoming album “Midwest Modesty”.

You can listen to it below.

“Midwest Modesty” is due for release on December 18th through inVogue Records.



Music Video: Like Moths To Flames – “Wither”

Ohio metalcore group Like Moths To Flames just premiered a brand new music video for their song, “Like Moths To Flames.” Watch it below.

The track is off the band’s latest album, The Dying Things We Live For, which came out in October on Rise Records.



New Music: Cold Collective (feat. members of Transit, Defeater & more) – “Wanna Change”

Interesting new music coming out of the great state of Massachusetts. The band is called Cold Collective, and their the new project from Tim Landers, whom you may know best from his stint in Transit (which ended last year) or his more recent “side project” Misser. The new band apparently features members of bands like Defeater and November 5 1955 (which is apparently a band that I’m admittedly totally and completely in the dark about except for that it’s obviously a Back To The Future reference, so they couldn’t be THAT bad).

Aaaanyway, Cold Collective have just announced that they’re the latest signing to the always-expanding Rise Records roster. They’ve got a video for their debut track, “Wanna Change,” and you can check it out below. Interesting vibe, but I’ll let you listen for yourself. Stay tuned for more news on Cold Collective as we get it!