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With The Punches post song teaser for “Harvard On The Hudson” off upcoming full-length

New York pop-punk act With The Punches have posted a teaser for a new song, called “Harvard On The Hudson,” which will be appearing on their upcoming debut full-length.

It’s pretty fucking catchy so we recommend you check out the teaser here.

The band’s debut full-length is slated to be released some time in early 2012 via Doghouse Records.



Grown Ups break up

Indiana punk act, Grown Ups, have decided to break up. Here’s what they had to say,

Well it’s been fun. Went to a lot of cool places. Met some of the best people. Maybe we’ll have our shit together to play one more set. Thanks everybody.

Their newest EP “Hand Holder” was released on June 21st 2011 through Doghouse Records.



With The Punches recording new material

New York pop-punk act With The Punches have just announced that, in addition to their upcoming debut full-length on Doghouse Records, they will be heading to the recording studio to begin work on an “appetizer”.

The band has not divulged more information than that, except to say, “Just to clarify, we are not currently recording the full length, this is something else, consider it an appetizer.”

The band’s full-length is set to drop at the beginning of 2012. Stay tuned for updates.

With The Punches released their latest EP “It’s Not The End Of The World” in March 8th of this year.



With The Punches cancel UK Tour, announce debut LP

New York pop-punk act With The Punches have cancelled their tour of the UK in January 2012 due to lineup changes and other issues at hand and, at the same time announced that they will be using the time to work on their debut LP which is planned to come out on Doghouse Records some time in 2012.

You can read a statement about the band’s current situation and the debut LP here.



With The Punches sign to Doghouse Records

Doghouse Records have signed New York pop-punk act, With The Punches. Other than the signing, no details have been reveal as to what the band plans to release on their new found home. We’ll keep you posted as details unveil.

With The Punches released their EP “It’s Not The End Of The World” on March 8th of this year.



Grown Ups announce East Coast tour dates

Michigan City punks Grown Ups have announced a short run of East Coast dates in late July/early August. Click here to see the full dates, as well as see who the band will be playing with.

Their 2010 album, “More Songs” was released by British label Big Scary Monsters. The new EP was released on June 21st 2011 through Doghouse Records.



Grown Ups stream new EP, “Hand Holder”

Michigan City punks Grown Ups are streaming their recently released EP “Hand Holder” on Pure Volume. The 4-track release builds on from their first demo “Songs” and the 2010 album “More Songs”. You can listen to it here.

The emo-tinged punk band combine raw and intense lyrics with scratchy and occasionally low-fi guitars. The band are young, fun and energetic with a talent and atmosphere rare for a band so small. They come highly recommended.

Their 2010 album, “More Songs” was released by British label Big Scary Monsters. The new EP was released on June 21st 2011 through Doghouse Records.



Doghouse Records releasing compilation featuring Hot Water Music, Get Up Kids

Doghouse Records is set to release a compilation album celebrating their 23-year history. It will feature tracks from Get Up Kids, Hot Water Music, Split Lip and others. The artwork is over <== to the left and the full track list is here, along with a stream of the Hot Water Music song, “Better Sense.”

The record will be out July 26.



Max Bemis & The Painful Splits reval tracklisting and album artwork for upcoming release

Say Anything frontman Max Bemis and his side project “Max Bemis & The Painful Splits” have released the tracklisting, and album artwork, for his upcoming release. Click here to check out the picture in full-size, as well as the tracklisting.

Bemis recently concluded a solo tour in which he played material from Say Anything’s “Menorah/Majora” EP, as well as other early material



Max Bemis (Say Anything) playing old material on upcoming solo tour

Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has announced that he will be playing material from Say Anything’s “Menorah/Majora” EP, as well as other early material on his upcoming solo tour.

In case you missed the announcement, Bemis will be touring throughout February. Check out the dates and locations here.



Max Bemis (Say Anything) plays new song ‘I Never Knew You Were So Lonely Tyler’ live

Check out this video of Say Anything frontman Max Bemis playing his new song, ‘I Never Knew You Were So Lonely Tyler’ live from Texas.

This video is from Bemis’s U.S. solo tour, happening now into February. Check out the dates here.

I can’t tell if this is from an upcoming record or not, but stay posted and we’ll get you the news as it surfaces.



Max Bemis announces solo tour

Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has announced solo tour dates in February 2011. In addition, Bemis is promising a Painful Splits (Bemis’s solo project) release to coincide with the tour.

Check out the dates and locations here.



Video: Sneak Peak of Max Bemis solo album – “Max Bemis and the Painful Splits”

Say Anything have posted an acoustic sneak peak video of frontman Max Bemis’ upcoming solo album “Max Bemis and The Painful Splits”. The song, titled “Do the Dohnk”, can be viewed here.

The album, containing 10 original songs, will be available for purchase exclusively to those who attend the Say Anything/Motion City Soundtrack tour. The album has a limited supply, and each copy is signed by Max himself. The tour kicks off in San Diego, CA on October 14th, and runs until late November. Check out the tour dates with supporting band Saves The Day, here.



Say Anything Bassist leaves band; Replaced by Kenny Vasoli (The Starting Line)

In the ever growing soap opera that is the band Say Anything, apparently their bassist Alex Kent has left the band for undisclosed reasons. One can only imagine what the reason would be considering the laundry list of musicians to play in Say Anything but they have wished him well in his future endeavors. A great piece to this story is that he will be replaced by Kenny Vasoli of The Starting Line fame to fill-in. It’s been stated that he’s been brought on only for their upcoming tour but this is a great collaboration that many hope will become permanent.

Say Anythings latest record was their self-titled album released November 3rd, 2009 on RCA.

You can view the tour dates here.



Max Bemis (Say Anything) opens Song Shop where you can purchase custom song.

Frontman Max Bemis of the successful L.A. based act, Say Anything, has opened a “Song Shop” where you can actually go and purchase a custom made track that is written and recorded by Max himself. Not only will your hard earned money be turned into a song brought on by your ideas but the first 1500 people to order will also receive a phone call from Max to discuss what your song will be about.

You will be able to purchase the song in either a full song or half-song format but both will include a call from Max. You can read more about the Song Shop and place your order here.

Say Anythings latest record was their self-titled album released November 3rd, 2009 on RCA.