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The Swellers officially have begun recording their new album

The Swellers have officially begun recording their new album in Fenton, Michigan with Marc Hudson. Singer Nick Diener had this to say via twitter:

Who would have thought? Making a record in my old hometown of Fenton! #swellersalbumnumberfour

Their latest EP “Running Out Of Places To Go” was released October 16th on the band’s label, Snowbird Songs.



Paramore perform “Still Into You” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

Paramore performed their song “Still Into You” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

You can check out the performance here.

The song is off their self-titled album released on April 9, 2013 via Fueled By Ramen.



Paramore release music video for “Still Into You”

Paramore have released a music video for their song “Still Into You” off their self-titled album released today via Fueled By Ramen.

Check it out here.



The Swellers to begin recording next week

The Swellers will be heading into the studio on April 19th to record their 4th studio album, a follow-up to their 2012 self-released EP “Running Out Of Places To Go.” Frontman Nick Diener had this to say regarding their current lack of label:

“This feels eerily similar to how things went down in 2009 when we were still between labels and had no management, but had a bunch of songs we were really excited about. That’s how our record Ups and Downsizing came about, so this organic, creative process is going to be a nice return to form. Our last EP was very therapeutic as far as venting frustration and doing things ourselves, but we’re in a very different, less bitter place now and just excited that we get to make music again and again. We’re nearing the end of our longest ever break from touring (nearly six months), so booking this studio time, regardless of who puts out the record and when, felt like the right thing to do to keep moving.”

The Swellers will be spending the summer on the Vans Warped Tour.



Paramore stream side D of new self-titled album (enitre album now streaming)

Paramore are streaming the fourth and final quarter of their upcoming self-titled album right here. This one contains the songs “(One of Those) Crazy Girls”, “Interlude: I’m Not Angry Anymore”, “Be Alone” and “Future”.

The album is due out April 9th via Fueled By Ramen. The final tracks of the album will be available to stream tomorrow.

If you missed them earlier, Side A, B, and C are also still streaming.



Paramore stream side C of upcoming self titled album

Paramore are streaming the third quarter of their upcoming self-titled album. You can listen to it right here.

The album is due out April 9th via Fueled By Ramen. The final tracks of the album will be available to stream tomorrow.



Slam Dunk fest finalize line up

The UK’s Slam Dunk has just announced their final line up for the 2013 fest.  Devil Sold His Soul and Itch have been added to the general line up, and William Beckett (The Academy Is), Chas Palmer Williams, Gavin Butler (The Blackout), Ace Enders (The Early November), Class Of 92 (Matty from A Loss For Words), Sophomore (Alex from Decade), and Marc Halls (Hey Vanity) have all been added to the solo stage.

Slam Dunk North is now sold out, but the Midlands and South dates are still on sale.

You can get more information here.



Paramore streams second half of upcoming album

Paramore are streaming the second half of their upcoming self-titled album. You can listen to it right here.

The album is due out April 9th via Fueled By Ramen.



Paramore streams four songs from upcoming self-titled album

For those of you closet Paramore fans, you can stream the first four tracks from the band’s upcoming self-titled album right here.

The album is due out April 9th via Fueled By Ramen.



Paramore stream new song “Still Into You” off upcoming self-titled album

Paramore have premiered a new song entitled “Still Into You,” which will be appearing on their upcoming self-titled album.

You can check it out here.

The band will be releasing their self-titled album on April 9, 2013 via Fueled By Ramen.



William Beckett signs to Equal Vision Records; announces US tour dates

William Beckett, formerly of The Academy Is…, has announced that he has signed to Equal Vision Records, and that he will be releasing his debut solo album with the famed upstate NY label. No release date has been announced yet, but keep your eyes peeled.

Additionally he has announced a headlining tour this spring, as well as the Vans Warped Tour dates that he will be appearing on. You can check those out here.

Beckett’s last release was The Pioneer Sessions LP in January 2013, which was an acoustic compilation of songs from his three previously-released EPs.



William Beckett has started recording solo album

William Beckett, formerly of The Academy Is… is currently in the studio working on his first full-length solo record, going by his Twitter:

Today is officially day 2 of recording. First time making a record in Chicago, which is sort of mind boggling. Get ready. @williambeckett

Beckett released his “Walk The Talk” LP in 2012, which was a compilation of three previously-released EPs.



This Providence may be calling it a day

It looks like emo rockers This Providence are going splitsville. Well, that’s the rumor, at least. It hasn’t yet been confirmed (or denied) by the band, but we’ll let you know.

The band last released Brier in May 2012 via Magic Mike Records



Paramore release music video for “Now”

Paramore have just released the music video for their song “Now.” You can finally check it out here now (see what I did there?)

The band will be releasing their self-titled album on April 9, 2013 via Fueled By RamenWe’ll keep you posted as more details on it surface.



Hayley Williams (Paramore) describes “post-apocalyptic” themes in upcoming music video for “Now”

In a recent interview, Hayley Williams recently discussed the post-apocalyptic/sci-fi feel of Paramore‘s upcoming music video for their song “Now,” which will be appearing on their upcoming self-titled album. Here’s an excerpt from the interview:

“The clip, which was directed by Daniel “Cloud” Campos and shot in Los Angeles, has a “post-apocalyptic, kinda sci-fi” feel, according to Williams. “It was really cool, just very different for us and active.”

Williams also mentioned that the video made her feel like “Leelo,” actress Milla Jovovich’s notorious character from the 1997 science-fiction movie The Fifth Element, or someone from Jovovich’s popular Resident Evil film franchise. The band’s label, Fueled by Ramen, expects to release the video the week of February 11.”

The band will be releasing their self-titled album on April 9, 2013 via Fueled By RamenWe’ll keep you posted as more details on it surface.