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Music Video: Brian Marquis – “Drink You Up”

Brian Marquis, solo artist and former member of Therefore I Am, has just released a new music video for his song “Drink You Up”.

You can check the video out below.

The track appears on his most recent album “Blood & Spirits”, which hit stores on May 13th through Equal Vision Records.



Max Bemis (Say Anything) discusses newest album “Hebrews”

Say Anything frontman Max Bemis spilled the details on the Los Angeles punk group’s latest album, Hebrews, which was released on June 10 via Equal Vision Records. You can check out what Bemis has to say on the release here.

The group is currently on tour with The Front Bottoms, the So So Glos, and You Blew It! You can check out the dates and locations for the ongoing tour below.



Texas In July premieres first song “Broken Soul” with new vocalist JT Cavey; currently on tour, full-length album in the works

Pennsylvania metalcore act Texas In July has just premiered a song with new vocalist JT Cavey. The band is preparing to release a new album later this year on Equal Vision Records, and this seems to be the first work to surface from the upcoming album.

You can listen to “Broken Soul” below.

The band also recently announced a run of tour dates with bands including Structures and Unearth. You can check out the full list of dates, locations, and supporting bands here.

Texas In July last released their self-titled album in 2012 through Equal Vision.



Craig Owens announces Texas tour dates

Craig Owens is heading out to Texas this July for a few solo acoustic performances.  He plans to play some solo stuff as well as songs from his band, Chiodos, who will start their tour later in July.

You can check out Craig’s solo dates below.



Album Review: Say Anything – “Hebrews”

How could a Say Anything record without guitars be memorable? Well, if you felt that Hebrews would be devoid of aggression and punk-attitude, then you clearly don’t know the vocal range of Max Bemis! Sure, it’s different but it isn’t sub-par. Bemis takes the band for a wild ride that covers a plethora of issues while he examines his present and his past, leaving room for a hefty experimental future, music-wise.

There’s a huge contradiction between the music and the vocals that provide a chaotic feeling on the record. The latter accurately represents the confusion Bemis feels within the lyrics so there’s no argument there, especially with the polarized turn on quite a few songs to a neat melodic lull. Poetic yet chaotic, punk yet indie-pop. I think those who compare past albums to newer ones will always be disappointed though. Albums capture musical moments in a person’s ever-changing life. To expect consistency in those as quaint as Max Bemis, seems idealistic. That’s what tracks like “Six Six Six” and “Boyd” offer – a poem on transition and life. The former’s a synth-heavy, organ-licking piece of pop magic while the latter is more angry and personal. An orchestral record is risque but Bemis makes it work, a la his own solo effort.

Bits of it are all over the place, but I think that’s what piques interest: the complexity and the way he fashions it making it still vocally primed for a punk record. “A Look” conforms to an 80’s sound with a big Eisley/Braid/Hey Mercedes influence on it and again, without spoiling the guest cast, it’s a lot to take in as it shows how much Say Anything wanted to toy with contemporary rock. Throw in “Nibble Nibble” which has Tom DeLonge helping build a video-game meets punk sound and you’ll understand and appreciate why this record is as fun and good as it is fearless. “Lost My Touch” best represents Hebrews at the album’s end, with a tempered keyboard pop fizz that barrels into Jeremy Bolm’s angry and angsty loudness. It’s that kind of latitude and contradiction that gives the record a flow and a great one at that.

Bemis talks about past afflictions and finding stability in life. That in itself gives a lot of meat to Hebrews but it’s the musical variety that makes it even more compelling. It’s not typical of Say Anything but at the same time, it’s conventional in that it sticks to their brand of narrative. Themes of acceptance and life coming full-circle are the major drawing points here and Bemis really reams into the listener with his words. If you think they lost their edge, think again. Like I said, it’s different but in a good way. The strings, keyboards, eccentric arrangements and a brilliant guest vocal-cast are elements that beef up Hebrews‘ value. It’s an album that tells a story of torture – a beautiful torture. Recommended.

4 / 5 Stars



Say Anything streaming entire new album – “Hebrews”

Say Anything‘s new album, Hebrews, is now streaming in its entirety, at least if you’re a Spotify user. Listen to it all right here.

Hebrews is due out next week (June 10th) on Equal Vision Records. Pre-orders are still available here.

Say Anything will also be launching a summer tour next week. The tour takes them across the United States with The Front Bottoms, The So So Glos, and You Blew It! Find dates/locations of the tour here.



Bane say current US tour will not be their last

Though guys in Bane may have recently announced plans to throw in the towel after releasing one last album, it looks like their current US tour will not be their last run of shows in the states.

The band’s Facebook post addressing the issue can be found below, along with a full list of dates remaining on their current tour.

Bane released their last full-length album Don’t Wait Up earlier this month through End Hits Records (Europe) and Equal Vision Records (world).



Say Anything stream new song “Lost My Touch” (featuring Jeremy Bolm of Touché Amoré)

Say Anything is streaming a new song titled “Lost My Touch”, which features guest vocals from Jeremy Bolm of Touché Amoré. The track is set to appear on Say Anything’s upcoming album, Hebrews. You can check out the song below.

Hebrews will be released on June 10th, 2014 via Equal Vision Records. It serves as a follow-up to their 2012 album Anarchy, My Dear. The group is hitting the road this summer with The Front Bottoms, The So So Glos, and  You Blew It! You can check out the tour dates here.



Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids) announces California shows w/ What’s Eating Gilbert

The Get Up Kids frontman Matt Pryor will be playing a few Californian shows this July with New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert’s side-project What’s Eating Gilbert.

Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.

Matt Pryor’s latest album Wrist Slitter was released November 12th, 2013 through Rory Records (by way of Equal Vision Records).



Say Anything stream title track off new album “Hebrews”

Los Angeles based emo punks Say Anything are streaming a the title track from their upcoming album “Hebrews.” You can check out the stream here.

The band is touring this summer to support the new album along with:  The Front Bottoms, The So So Glos, and  You Blew It! You can check out the tour dates here.

Hebrews will be released on June 10th, 2014 via Equal Vision Records. It serves as a follow-up to their 2012 album Anarchy, My Dear. The group is also hitting the road this summer.



Bane announce final South American tour

Massachusetts hardcore punk veterans Bane will be playing one last South American tour in support of their final album Don’t Wait Up this November.

Dates and locations they will be stopping at can be found below.

Bane released Don’t Wait Up through End Hits Records (Europe) on May 9th and Equal Vision Records (world) on May 13th.



Say Anything stream new song “Judas Decapitation”

Say Anything have premiered another new song from their new album Hebrews today.

The track, called “Judas Decapitation” can be found streaming over on Vice Magazine’s music blog Noisey. You can check it out by following this link.

Hebrews will be released on June 10th, 2014 via Equal Vision Records. Itserves as a follow-up to their 2012 album Anarchy, My Dear. The group is also hitting the road this summer



The Fall of Troy release reunion video

Washington post-hardcore act, The Fall of Troy, have posted a reunion video.

You can watch the video here.

The Fall of Troy called it quits in 2010. Their last album, In the Unlikely Event, was released the year before on Equal Vision Records.



Full Album Stream: Bane – ‘Don’t Wait Up’

Bane has released a full stream of their final album Don’t Wait Up. You can give it a listen below.

Bane will officially released Don’t Wait Up through End Hits Records (Europe) on May 9th and Equal Vision Records (World) on May 13th 2014.



Gameface announces June tour with Restorations

Southern California rockers Gameface have just announced a string of tour dates with Restorations for the month of June. The band released their first album back in March since their reunion, and it looks like they’re here to stay.

Gameface will be touring around the East Coast, so be sure to have a look at specific dates and locations below.

“Now Is What Matters Now” was released March 18th through Equal Vision Records.