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Weatherbox stream new album “Flies In All Directions”

San Diego’s Weatherbox are streaming their new album Flies In All Directions in its entirety and you can give it a listen below.

Flies In All Directions is set to be released on May 13th through Triple Crown Records. Head over here to check out pre-order options.

Into It. Over It. adds dates to US tour

Evan Weiss and the rest of the guys in Into It. Over It. have added some more dates to their already extensive 2014 US tour, which will be making its way through the states for the next 5 months.

You can find up-to-date details on when and where the band will be stopping on the tour below.

Into It. Over It.’s latest album Intersections was released on September 24th, 2013 through Triple Crown Records.

Weatherbox streaming new song “Pagan Baby” off upcoming album “Flies In All Directions”

San Diego indie-punk act, Weatherbox, are streaming a new song entitled “Pagan Baby” off their upcoming album “Flies In All Directions.”

You can give it a listen here.

“Flies In All Directions,” is due out May 13, 2014 via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentlemen.


Album Review: Fireworks – “Oh, Common Life”

In 2011, I took a two week real estate course to become a New York City real estate agent. That lifestyle didn’t really pan out for me, but it wasn’t a total loss because each day while I journeyed to and from the class, I got to listen to Fireworks’ sophomore album, Gospel and its combination of infectious sunny melodies and the melancholic nostalgia of the lyrics made it the perfect soundtrack for those hot summer days. Even after the summer ended I continued to listen to Gospel over and over, making it one of my favorite albums of 2011. I’m giving this background information because I think it’s important that you understand that I know exactly what I’m talking about when I say that the band’s new album, Oh, Common Life is most definitely NOT Gospel: Part II.

Bear in mind that I don’t mean that in a bad way. Actually, the fact that Oh, Common Life isn’t Gospel: Part II is the album’s greatest strength. While there are hints of the band’s previous efforts here and there, Oh, Common Life is primarily a forward-facing journey. It’s not an entirely perfect journey, but it’s a mostly successful one.

First single and lead track “Glowing Crosses” is a fitting introduction to the new Fireworks: the music sets a dark and moody tone, in spite of the hooks and Dave Mackinder’s nasally vocals. It’s not unlike the sonic approach that Saves the Day took on 2006’s Sound the Alarm. The 1-2 punch of “Woods” and “Play God Only Knows at My Funeral” provides some of the best sequencing on the album, highlighting the band’s downer lyrics fused with a contagious melody. One of the best tracks on the album, “Run, Brother, Run”, takes a heavier, almost bluesy, musical approach. Imagine if Chris Conley collaborated with the members of The Gaslight Anthem and you’ve got a rough idea of what it sounds like.

Progress isn’t always perfect though, and Oh, Common Life has its share of missteps. “The Only Thing That Haunts This House Is Me” is a little too regressive into the band’s former pop punk territory, while “The Back Window’s Down” feels a little too forced into its position as the token ‘mellow tune that follows two upbeat jams’ track. Then there are the relatively inoffensive, but ultimately forgettable, tracks. “One More Creature Dizzy with Love” and “The Sound of Young America” aren’t ‘bad’ songs but they can’t really shake the filler-vibe that they give off.

Fireworks have put themselves in an interesting position. Although they’re associated with the modern young pop punk scene they’re constantly carving new niches for themselves, unlike many of their peers, and I find that really admirable. By tossing in blues riffs in favor of gang vocal breakdowns, and writing songs inspired by the 1967 Detroit Riot over singing about not being sad anymore, Fireworks have still made one of the more memorable albums in its genre. I might be unfairly biased and think it’s not as good as Gospel, but Oh, Common Life is still worth the time of day for anyone who’s like them in the past.

3.5 / 5 – Listen to it below!

RIYL: The Wonder Years, Saves the Day, Misser

Fireworks stream unreleased b-side, “Oh, Common Life”

Fireworks have released a new song titled “Oh, Common Life”. The track appears on the limited edition acoustic EP that was included with copies of the band’s newest album, Oh, Common Life, if it was purchased at an indie record store.

You can listen to the song below.

Fireworks released Oh, Common Life on March 25, 2014 via Triple Crown Records.

Acoustic Video: Fireworks – “Run, Brother, Run” (Nervous Energies Session)

Fireworks frontman David Mackinder recently sat down to perform an acoustic version of his band’s song “Run, Brother, Run” for Nervous Energies. The track comes off of the band’s recently released third album, Oh, Common Life.

You can watch the video below.

Fireworks released Oh, Common Life on March 25, 2014 via Triple Crown Records.

Tiny Moving Parts sign to Triple Crown Records for release of new album

Minnesota emo act Tiny Moving Parts have signed to Triple Crown Records with plans to release a new full-length album later this year.

They have also announced a bunch of US tour dates with Frameworks, Free Throw, and more. Details on those can be found below.

We’ll keep you posted as more info on Tiny Moving Parts’ new record comes to light. The band’s latest album “This Couch is Long & Full of Friendship” was released last January.

Full Album Stream: Fireworks – ‘Oh, Common Life’

Detroit’s Fireworks have released a stream of their upcoming album Oh, Common Life.  You can listen to it below.

Fireworks will release Oh, Common Life on March 25th through Triple Crown Records.

Fireworks streaming new song “Flies On Tape”

Detroit pop punkers, Fireworks are streaming a new song called “Flies On Tape”

You can check it out here.

The track will be appearing on the band’s upcoming album “Oh, Common Life,” which is being released on March 25th through Triple Crown Records.


Fireworks stream new song “Glowing Crosses”

Detroit’s Fireworks are streaming a brand new song entitled “Glowing Crosses” and you can give it a listen below.

The track will be appearing on the band’s upcoming album “Oh, Common Life,” which is being released on March 25th through Triple Crown Records.

Evan Weiss (Into It. Over It.) plays stripped-down version of “Spinning Thread”

Into It. Over It. frontman Evan Weiss recently played a stripped-down version of the band’s song “Spinning Thread” for Punktastic Sessions.

You can give the video a watch below.

“Spinning Thread” appears on Into It. Over It.’s latest album “Intersections,” which was released on September 24th, 2013 through Triple Crown Records.

Into It. Over It. announces The World Is a Beautiful Place… and A Great Big Pile of Leaves as opening acts for headlining tour

About a month ago, Chicago’s Into It. Over It. announced a headlining tour this winter, but hadn’t mentioned who would be touring alongside the band as opeers. It’s been revealed that The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die and A Great Big Pile of Leaves will be the supporting acts.

In case you missed them before, you can check out the dates here.

Into It Over It. will be touring in support of their new album, Intersections, which was released in September via Triple Crown Records. Meanwhile The World Is a Beautiful Place… released their debut album Whenever, If Ever in June, and A Great Big Pile of Leaves released You’re Always on My Mind in July, both through Topshelf Records.

Into It. Over It. posts “The Making of Intersections” mini-documentary

Into It. Over It. and their label Triple Crown Records have released a short video documenting the recording process of Into It. Over It.’s sophomore album, Intersections.

You can watch the mini-documentary below.

Intersections was released September 24th.

Into It. Over It. announces 2014 US tour

Chicago’s Into It. Over It. will be going out on a headlining tour this winter.

Check out the dates below.

Into It Over It. will be touring in support of their new album, Intersections, which was released September 24th via Triple Crown Records.

Live Video: NK – “Kings” (Garage Tapes, Vol. 1)

NK (featuring members of Envy On The Coast, Dillinger Escape Plan) recorded some Garage Tape sessions and have released the first video of their time there. The video features the band performing “Kings” off the band’s debut Nothing to Be Gained Here.

You can watch it below.

Nothing to Be Gained Here was released on May 21 through Triple Crown Records.