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Glassjaw release video for “Shira”

Glassjaw have released a video for “Shira”, a track from their album, “Material Control”, which came out back in December. The album was the first since 2002’s “Workship and Tribute” and this is their first video in 15 years too. You can have a watch below.

Various physical versions of the album are available now.

Glassjaw detail new album “Material Control”

Glassjaw have detailed their upcoming third album, the first since 2002’s “Workship and Tribute”. The record is titled “Material Control” and full tracklisting/download pre-orders are up now. The album is out December 1st.

You can hear advance track “Shira”, track two on the album, below.

The Used Stream Music Video for “Rise Up Lights”

The Used are streaming their latest music video for track “Rise Up Lights”. The tune is taken from the band’s seventh studio album The Canyon which was released late last month via Hopeless Records. In addition, The Used are currently on tour with Glassjaw.

Fans can check out both the tour dates and the video for “Rise Up Lights” below.

The Used announce Fall tour (with Glassjaw in support)

The Used have announced that they will be hitting the road this Fall with support from Glassjaw. This month-long tour will kick off in San Francisco on October 27th and wrap up on November 29th in Seattle. Tickets go on sale on Friday (August 25th) at 10am.

A full list of dates and ticket info are up now on the band website.

DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: Musink Fest 2017 – Day Two (Costa Mesa, CA 3/18)

Travis Barker with Goldfinger

In sharp contrast to Day One’s lineup, Day Two of the SoCal tattoo convention and music festival saw an influx of emo fans who came in droves to see post-hardcore acts like The Used, Story of the Year, Glassjaw and Hell or Highwater. The drunk, overweight, geezer punks that had filled the fairgrounds the prior afternoon were now replaced with young, well coifed, (better smelling) punks of all sorts. Also included in the ‘Emo Day’ lineup was veteran ska punks Goldfinger who definitely helped to cut the angst a little. Check out all of this and more as Anarchopunk continues his coverage of Musink Fest 2017, below!

Glassjaw release surprise single “New White Extremity”

After thirteen years since their last release, the progressive post-hardcore giants known as Glassjaw spring a surprise single entitled “New White Extremity”. Could this be the first sign of a new L.P.? Let’s hope.

Listen to the single below.

Silver Snakes announce new album, new tour dates, stream new song

A lot of news coming out of the Silver Snakes camp today.  The band is planning to release their new album Saboteur on February 5th via Coheed & Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez’s Evil Ink Records. You can get your first taste of the album in the form of the song “Raindance” here.

In addition to the album announcement, the band will also be hitting the road next year with Coheed & Cambria and Glassjaw.  You can check all the dates and locations below.

Silver Snakes’ latest album Year of the Snake was released on March 4th, 2014 through Bridge Nine Records. It serves as a follow-up to the band’s 2011 album Pictures of a Floating World.

Coheed and Cambria announce 2016 US headlining tour with Glassjaw

Coheed and Cambria have announced a full US tour for 2016. They will hit the road in February with New York progressive rockers Glassjaw and Los Angeles post-hardcore band Silver Snakes. The tour will be called “The Colour Before The Sun US Tour”, respectively named after their latest charting album. They will start their long run of dates in Boston and will end the tour in Denver, you can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Pre-sales have already begun for each date, check that out here.

Coheed and Cambria released The Colour Before The Sun on October 16th, 2015. Their last release included The Afterman albums, Ascension (October 2012) and Descension (February 2013).

Glassjaw finally writing new music?

It’s been more than 12 years since Glassjaw released their last album Worship and Tribute. Yesterday, the band posted an image on their Facebook page, which advertised a sale on all Glassjaw merchandise online, and offered fans this unusual discount code: “weactuallyjuststartedwriting”, implying that the band is finally writing new material for their long-awaited third album.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on new material from Glassjaw come to light. The band last released the EPs Our Color Green (The Singles) and Coloring Book in 2011.

Glassjaw announce October tour dates in Texas

Texas, get ready! Coming off of this year’s Riot Fest in Chicago, Long Island icons Glassjaw have announced four upcoming tour dates in October. Ticket info and supporting acts still TBA, but you can check out the dates and venues below.

We will keep you posted as more information becomes available!

Glassjaw, Worlds Fair, Balance & Composure announce free NYC show

It has just been announced that Glassjaw will be performing a free show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn on August 9th.

The band will be sharing the stage with Balance & Composure and Worlds Fair.

Since this is a free event, hopeful attendees are encouraged to RSVP here or here.

Video: Glassjaw cover “Woman” (108) live at Unsilent Night

New York punk icons Glassjaw recently played a cover of “Woman” by defunct New York hardcore outfit 108. The song originally appears 108’s “Songs of Separation” album.

Check out the live video here.

Glassjaw frontman starts new band Color Film

Some cool news for all you Glassjaw fans out there. Frontman Daryl Palumbo has started a new band Color Film, featuring Richard Penzone (Men, Women, Children.) They have currently started booking some upcoming shows, starting with a New York date October 18th as part of a CMJ Music Marathon.

We’ll keep updates going once the band begins playing more dates.

Glassjaw members allegedly witness Andrew W.K. imposter mug 60 year old man

The concept of a Doppelgänger(an evil body double) has existed for ages in German folklore, and accounts of people running into their treacherous look-alikes pop up every now and then. The latest “victims”? Party metal enthusiast Andrew W.K. and the 60 year old man his double allegedly mugged in an Indonesian restaurant in New York last week. Did I mention that Justin Beck and Daryl Palumbo of Glassjaw happened to be eating there at the time?

The whole thing was reported by Beck’s wife Melissa, who told the Internet about her husband’s encounter with a soup-eating “roadie looking motherf*cker” who annoyed the restaurant’s few patrons by blasting metal music on his phone while eating. Allegedly, when asked by a 60-year old man if he could turn the music down, the guy mugged him (the account is less clear on what actually happened at this point.) Read Melissa’s full account here.

The whole time, Beck, also eating in the restaurant, was texting his bandmate Daryl, who was on his way to meet up.  Beck began to suspect the man to actually be their former tourmate Andrew W.K., with no proof, until a fatal give away: Ass tattoo. Yup, Beck quickly googled a picture of Andrew W.K.’s ass to verify matching tattoos with the “dirty roadie motherf*cker.”

Andrew W.K. has denied involvement, claiming an imposter is on the loose. It seems Melissa and Andrew have both agreed that an evil look-alike must be on the loose and clearly must be stopped.

Glassjaw finishing up live DVD project, playing 10 year anniversary of “Worship and Tribute” shows

Glassjaw, coming up on the 10 year anniversary of their album “Worship and Tribute”, has been working on releasing a live DVD for the past few months, according to insider Ben Thornley’s tweet:

“one year in still working on the @glassjawband live DVD… progress is slow on this one.. but there is light at the end of this tunnel

Stay tuned for more details about the release as they arise. In the meantime, if you’re in New York, make sure to check out the band’s double “Worship & Tribute” 10 year anniversary shows at Irving Plaza.