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I the Mighty announce new album in the works

San Francisco prog-rockers I the Mighty have just announced that they are writing a new album. The band only released a short statement and did not include further details, but we will keep you updated as information surfaces.

I the Mighty’s last full-length, Satori, was released last summer through Equal Vision Records.



Texas In July stream new song “Nooses”

Pennsylvania metalcore band Texas In July are streaming a new song titled “Nooses,” which will be appearing on their upcoming album Bloodwork. You can give the track a listen below.

Bloodwork is set to be released on September 16th through Equal Vision Records, serving as a follow-up to the band’s 2012 self-titled album. Texas In July will be touring the US in support of the release this fall.



We Came As Romans debut live video in anticipation of upcoming DVD “Present, Future, Past”

Detroit-based sextet We Came As Romans are gearing up to release a new live DVD entitled “Present, Future and Past” next week, September 2nd, through Equal Vision Records.

To get ready, the band has published a video clip from the DVD, featuring a live cover of The Wanted’s “Glad You Came”. Have a look below.

WCAR originally released the cover on Punk Goes Pop 5.



Texas In July stream new song “Sweetest Poison”

Pennsylvania metalcore band Texas In July recently put a new song up for streaming. The track is called “Sweetest Poison” and it is one of the tracks on their upcoming album Bloodwork.  You can give it a listen here.

Bloodwork is set to release on September 16th via Equal Vision Records and is the follow-up to their 2012 self titled full-length Texas In July, also on Equal Vision Records. The group is also going on tour in September – you can check the dates out on the band’s website.



Capsize stream new track “This Song Made Me Think Of You”

San Diego melodic hardcore act Capsize are streaming a new track titled “This Song Made Me Think Of You.” You can give it a listen and find details on their upcoming tour dates below.

The band’s upcoming album The Angst In My Veins is set to be released on September 30th through Equal Vision Records.



Say Anything release video for “Six Six Six”

Say Anything have released a video for the song “Six Six Six.” Check it out below.

The band last released Hebrews on June 10 via Equal Vision Records.



Set It Off to release “Duality” in October

Pop punk outfit Set It Off have announced they will release their second album Duality on October 14th through Equal Vision Records. The band also released a teaser to promote the album, which you can check out here.

Set It Off last released Cinematics in 2012 through Equal Vision Records.



Say Anything tease plans for “…Is A Real Boy” 10th anniversary tour

According to a recent post on Max Bemis’ Twitter page, a tour celebrating the 10th anniversary of the release of Say Anything‘s …Is A Real Boy may be in the works. Bemis simply stated:

“10 years since we released IARB. We should totally celebrate with some close friends of ours. Hold that thought.”

We’ll keep you all posted if we hear as this story develops. Say Anything released their latest album Hebrews on June 10 through Equal Vision Records, and they’ll be touring Australia in October.



Capsize announce debut full length “The Angst In My Veins” and late fall European tour

San Diego melodic hardcore band Capsize have announced plans to release their first full length album “The Angst In My Veins” on September 30th through Equal Vision Records.

The group is currently on a US tour with HundredthCounterpartsHandguns and more, you can check out the dates for that tour here.

Capsize will be heading to Europe in the late fall as part of the Never Say Die tour with TerrorStick to Your GunsComeback Kid and others, dates and locations for those shows are listed below.



Video: Bane’s track by track commentary for “Don’t Wait Up”

Bane recently sat down and filmed a track-by-track commentary on their latest (and last) album, Don’t Wait Up. Check out the video below.

Bane released Don’t Wait Up in May through End Hits Records (Europe) and Equal Vision Records (world).



We Came As Romans announce “Present, Future and Past Tour” with For Today, The Color Morale, more

Detroit-based sextet We Came As Romans have announced dates for what they’re dubbing the “Present, Future and Past Tour.” The trek kicks off September 11th in Lansing, Michigan, and runs through October 5th in nearby Grand Rapids. Support on the tour comes from For Today, The Color Morale, Crossfaith and Palisades. Check out the full rundown below.

We Came As Romans will be releasing a live DVD, also called “Present, Future and Past,” on September 2nd via Equal Vision Records.



Pierce the Veil and Sleeping with Sirens announce “The World Tour”

San Diego’s Pierce the Veil and Florida’s Sleeping with Sirens have just announced a five-month co-headlining tour with locations across the globe. The screamo bands have released dates and locations for the first leg of the tour only, which you can check out below.

The announcement was made in a video PTV’s Vic Fuentes and SWS’s Kellin Quin. You can check that out below.



I the Mighty stream acoustic versions of “Speak To Me” and “Dreamer”

San Francisco prog-rockers I the Mighty are currently streaming acoustic versions of their songs “Speak To Me” and “Dreamer,” which appear on the “Love Your Sin” single, released today (July 15) through Equal Vision Records. Check these out below.

I the Mighty’s last full-length, Satori, was released last summer through Equal Vision Records.



Say Anything announce Australian tour dates

Say Anything has announced some tour dates in Australia this October.  You can check out the full list of details and locations below.

Say Anything last released Hebrews on June 10 via Equal Vision Records.



I the Mighty releases new video for “Love Your Sin”

San Francisco prog-rockers I the Mighty released a new video for “Love Your Sin,” and you can check it out below. The video flashes between shots of ballet dancers and shots of the band playing.

This track will be released on a 3-song EP next Tuesday (July 15th) via Equal Vision Records.