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The Swellers’ frontman, Nick Diener, starts side project “Strangehawks”

Nick Diener from the Punk band The Swellers has started a side project called Stranghawks and music is expected to be out soon, so keep your eyes peeled.

The Swellers’ last release “Good For Me” came out this past June via Fueled By Ramen.

UPDATE: Apparently this isn’t really happening.  The band just announced that the side-project is fake and they did it for a joke. Good one, guys. Ha. Ha. Ha. (slow clapping).



Phantom Planet is back!

After three years on hiatus, Phantom Planet have announced that they are planning to reunite next year for some shows and have been thinking about recording an EP. The band also posted a video teaser where they play “Knowitall” from their 2004 self-titled album during their first rehearsal since 2008 and you can watch it here.

Phantom Planet’s last studio album Raise the Dead was released in April 2008 on Fueled By Ramen.



The Swellers perform for Nervous Energies

The Swellers took some time during a stop on the AP tour to perform two tracks for the Nervous Energies sessions. The tracks, “Runaways” and “Inside My Head”, both come from their latest offering, “Good for Me.” Check out the tunes here!

“Good for Me” was released last June via Fueled by Ramen.



Free Compilation: “GK Winter Sampler” (Such Gold, The Swellers, The Wonder Years, Set Your Goals…)

Glamour Kills is offering a free download of their “GK Winter Sampler” featuring tracks from The Swellers, The Wonder Years, Set Your Goals, Fireworks, The Ready Set, We Are The In Crowd, Moving Mountains and more.

You can snag it here.



HD Video: The Swellers full set at Fueled By Ramen 15th Anniversary

If you’re not out doing your last minute xmas shopping like everybody else, here’s a little something to keep you entertained on a ridiculously slow news day.  It’s a pretty high quality recording of The Swellers entire set during the Fueled By Ramen 15th Anniversary show earlier this year.  Virtually attend the show here.

The Swellers released their most recent record, “Good For Me” June 14th on Fueled by Ramen Records.



Sublime With Rome to embark on mini-Australian tour

In the wake of their split with drummer Bud Gaugh, Sublime With Rome have announced a five-date tour of Australia, which will likely be their debut with Gaugh’s temporarily replacement Josh Freese, who announced that he will only play live shows with them. All the dates are available here.

Earlier this year, Sublime With Rome released Yours Truly on Fueled By Ramen. Last month, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



Sublime With Rome clarify new lineup change

Sublime With Rome have issued a statement on their website regarding the departure of Bud Gaugh, who announced his decision to leave the band last Saturday. The band says they will not break up; they’re planning to tour again next year and have been working on finding a permanent drummer even though that they recently hired Josh Freese for live shows only. The band’s statement read the following:

“Hey Everyone – it’s definitely been a crazy weekend. There have been some misunderstandings and miscommunication on what exactly is going down with us so we wanted to set the record straight. First off, rest assured that Sublime with Rome is NOT breaking up. Our brother Bud is about to have a baby and, understandingly, taking some time off to be with his family. We couldn’t be happier for him and welcome him back out on the road with us as soon as he needs a break from the diapers and baby bottles. We already have some major touring plans for 2012 that we’ll be announcing very soon so we’ve started talking to a few drummer friends. Which brings us to the second thing…there’s been some talk (and wishful thinking on our part)of bringing in our good friend/drummer extraordinaire Josh Freese, but unfortunately he’s busy with some other commitments and we’re not sure if it could work or not. What we are sure about is how excited we are to hit the road again in the new year and see all of you. You’ve embraced Sublime with Rome and our music, and, at the same time, helped us continue to share the music of Sublime and its legacy, keeping Brad’s music alive. You’re the best. Have a great holiday and see you in 2012.”

Earlier this year, Sublime With Rome released Yours Truly on Fueled By Ramen. Last month, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



Josh Freese says he will only play shows with Sublime With Rome

Prolific drummer Josh Freese has confirmed via Twitter post that he will join Sublime With Rome to fill in for the recently departed Bud Gaugh, but will be playing only live. This indicates that he’s not going to be a permanent member. Josh explains in regards to his decision to join Sublime With Rome:

“Nothing 2 heavy/official regarding playin sum gigs w/Sublime. They’re my friends/always liked them/they need someone 4 a few shows. Why not?”

Earlier this year, Sublime With Rome released Yours Truly on Fueled By Ramen. Last month, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



Bud Gaugh leaves Sublime With Rome, Josh Freese might be their new drummer

Sublime With Rome drummer Bud Gaugh announced in an interview earlier tonight at their performance at the 22nd annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas that he will be leaving the band as he’s expecting a baby and is planning to focus his time on his family.

We wish Bud good luck and want to say congratulations to his new child. Yes, we’re sad to hear that he’s leaving, but this is not the end of Sublime With Rome. Bassist Eric Wilson said in the KROQ interview that Josh Freese (The Vandals, Devo, Guns N’ Roses, A Perfect Circle, touring member of Nine Inch Nails, and session musician of The Offspring, Social DistortionSuicidal Tendencies, etc.) might take Bud’s place.

Earlier this year, Sublime With Rome released Yours Truly on Fueled By Ramen. Almost exactly a month ago, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



This Providence cover Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

‘Tis the season for punk/hardcore bands to post covers of timeless crossover Christmas classics.

Today’s entry comes to us from Seattle emo-rockers This Providence, who bring to us tidings of great joy by way of their cover of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Check it out here.

This Providence’s last album, “Who Are You Now,” was released in 2009 via Fueled By Ramen, though the band have been recording a follow-up.



Music Video: VersaEmerge: “Santa Baby”

Florida pop-punk band VersaEmerge have posted the music video for their cover of the Christmas classic “Santa Baby.”

You can watch it here.

The band’s most recent release “Fixed at Zero” was put out last year via Fueled By Ramen.



Paramore finish Singles Club with “In the Mourning”

Remember Paramore’s Singles Club from a while back? Well, it just wrapped up with the new track “In the Mourning.” Don’t fear if you’ve missed the first three, however, because if you sign up now you still get instant digital downloads of the first three releases, plus other Singles Club only merch. Get all of these perks right here.

Paramore last released “Brand New Eyes” in 2009 via Fueled By Ramen.



The Swellers announce co-headline tour with You Me At Six

The Swellers from Michigan have just announced a co-headlining tour across the U.S. this winter with You Me At Six, and all dates are available here!

You can also check out the dates on the official tour poster right here.

The Swellers released their most recent record, “Good For Me” June 14th on Fueled by Ramen RecordsYou Me At Six will be touring in support of their upcoming record “Sinners Never Sleep” due for release January 24th, 2012.



VersaEmerge release Santa Baby cover

Florida pop-punk band VersaEmerge has released a cover of the classic Christmas song “Santa Baby.” It definitely has some “Versa-esq” aspects to it. If you’re a fan of the band and Christmas, you can check out the video here.

The band’s most recent release “Fixed at Zero” was put out last year via Fueled By Ramen



Music Saves Lives to auction off a date with The Cab

Music Saves Lives is a great charity that helps kids everyday and right now they are teaming up with Pop band The Cab to raise money. The charity is auctioning off a bowling date with members of the Vegas band, at the Red Rock Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

You can view the listings here. Good luck!