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Greeley Estates premiere new song, “Turn The Night Away”

Arizona post-hardcore act Greeley Estates has revealed a new track titled, “Turn The Night Away.” This is the first of the new tracks from the band’s upcoming record “Devil’s Son,” the second part of their full-length and brother album to last year’s “The Narrow Road.”

Here’s what the they had to say about it,

“This was one of our favorite songs to write on the record. It is very different from anything we have done for a while now. I think it may catch some of our fans off guard, but hopefully overall it has a good response. The bridge is probably one of the heaviest moments Greeley has ever had.”

To listen to “Turn The Night Away,” click here.

letlive. to release new album this summer

letlive. just posted a picture on their Facebook page, which confirms that they are set to release a new album this summer on Epitaph Records. No further more information (including the new record’s title) is currently available at this time.

letlive.’s last album, Fake History, came out on April 12, 2011, and was their first release on Epitaph.

Crossfaith post live video for “Photosphere,” detail west coast tour dates

Osaka, Japan hardcore act Crossfaith have posted a new, live video for their song “Photosphere,” taken from their performance at last year’s Summer Sonic festival. They’ve also posted a few west coast tour dates with Enter Shikari, Architects, and Heartist.

You can see the video here, and check out the tour dates here.

Crossfaith is readying their new album Juggernaut, for release this June on Tragic Hero Records.

Greeley Estates release first music video in four years for “Head Underwater”

Arizona post-hardcore act Greeley Estates have released a music for their song, “Head Underwater” off of their November release, The Narrow Road. You can watch the video here.

Greeley Estates independently released The Narrow Road on November 20, 2012, and have plans to release a follow up, Devil’s Son, this year.

Letlive announce headlining tour with This Is Hell, Conditions

LA quartet Letlive has announced a headlining tour as a precursor to their stint on next year’s Warped tour. They will also be supporting Pierce The Veil on their upcoming tour. You can view the tour dates here.

This Is Hell, HRVRD, Conditions and Rescuer will all be appearing as support on the Letlive US tour.

Letlive released their Epitaph Records debut album “Fake History” April 12, 2011.

letlive. drop off Every Time I Die US tour

If you were looking forward to catching letlive. in their opening slot on the remainder of the Every Time I Die tour, we’ve got some bad news for you.

Citing an “inescapable issue,” the LA progressive punks have been forced to withdraw from tour. Here’s what the band had to say:

Today marks the hardest and most unfavorable decision we have ever had to make as an outfit as we must announce our departure from the current tour with Every Time I Die, The Chariot, and Kills And Thrills. Due to an inescapable issue that calls for our return home, we have been offered no alternative. Please understand this is the very last thing we would ever want, but truly, there is no other option for us at this point. We have already already begun planning to make up for our absence in the remaining regions and can assure you we will be back much sooner than you think. This goes without being said, but we’ll say it anyway- go support these incredible bands. This is undoubtedly one of the most praiseworthy lineups to date. Thank you for you support and understanding. We will see you soon.

The fellas say they’ll be back soon, so we’ll take them at their word. Click here to see the remaining ETID tour dates. And of course we’ll keep you posted on any new developments from the letlive. camp.


A Skylit Drive release lyric video, announce new album

A Skylit Drive announced that they have returned to Tragic Hero Records and will be releasing a new album in 2013. They also released a lyric video for the track “Fallen,” which will appear on the upcoming record. Check that out here.

The band’s most recent studio album “Identity on Fire” was released on February 2011 on Fearless Records.

Greeley Estates vocalist offers track-by-track of “The Narrow Road”

Ryan Zimmerman, vocalist of Arizona post-hardcore act Greeley Estates, has written up a detailed track-by-track of the band’s most recent release, The Narrow Road, for Alternative Press. If you’re curious to know what was going on through the minds of the band members while writing the album, now is your chance.

Read the track-by-track here.

Greeley Estates independently released The Narrow Road on November 20, and have plans to release a follow up, Devil’s Son, in 2013.

Confide announce reunion, fund raise new album

After breaking up back in October 2010 and temporarily reuniting last year, Confide have announced that they are back together for good and are working on a new album. They have begun using Kickstarter to fund their new record and will need $30,000 by October 1st to record it. They explain:

The minimum goal that we discussed and chose for this project to happen was $30,000. The initial sight of that number may be overwhelming, but when taken into consideration that the average album cost (supported by a record label) is anywhere from $20,000 to $100,000 (give or take, based on different circumstances), we believed that this was a reasonable goal. Every cent being raised is being poured directly back into this album, as the video above briefly explains. Please keep in mind that $30,000 is our “minimum” goal for this project; that amount has been budgeted out to be just enough to fund the entire writing and recording process properly. Anything over $30,000 would allow us to financially invest more into this album, providing an even better record for you!

If you want to back this project, then please take a look at our rewards and find one (or more) that suits you best! We put a lot of thought into the process of deciding which rewards would best represent us, as a band that has always loved our fans, as well as would be financially feasible for those that are backing this project. If you can’t financially support this project, but want to take part in making this album happen then your help promoting this Kickstarter is just as important; whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, etc. or just word of mouth, we would love all of you to be a part of this!

Confide’s last studio album, Recover, was released in May 2010 on Tragic Hero Records, just five months before they announced their breakup.

Music video: Brighter Than A Thousand Suns – “Walls Made Of Glass”

Connecticut hardcore outfit Brighter Than A Thousand Suns are streaming a new music video for the song “Walls Made Of Glass.” You can watch it right here.

The track appears on the band’s Tragic Hero Records debut “Survival Machine.”

Everyone Dies In Utah streams new song “Synthia, Where’s R2?” off upcoming album

Texas-based post-hardcore sextet Everyone Dies In Utah are streaming a new song, called “Synthia, Where’s R2?,” off their upcoming album “+//- (Polarities).” Check it out here.

The new record will drop July 31 via Tragic Hero Records. Everyone Dies In Utah’s last release was last year’s “Seeing Clearly,” their debut release for Tragic Hero.

Tour: We Are Defiance announce US co-headlining tour w/ Us, From Outside

Florida’s We Are Defiance have announced they will be heading out on a US co-headlining tour with Us, From Outside with support from City Lights, and To Each His Own.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations for the tour here.

The band last released “Trust In Few” in 2010 via Tragic Hero Records.

Greeley Estates announces two part album, “The Narrow Road” and “Devil Son”

Arizona post-hardcore act Greeley Estates have elaborated on their previous album announcement, explaining that the album they intend to release later this summer will in fact come in two parts later this fall. Keep checking back for more information on the album, to be called “The Narrow Road” and “Devil Son.”

Greeley Estates last released “The Death of Greeley Estates” last August.

Everyone Dies in Utah stream new song, “You’re Now Manually Breathing”

Texas-based post-hardcore sextet Everyone Dies In Utah are streaming a new song, called “You’re Now Manually Breathing,” off their upcoming album “+//- (Polarities).” Check it out here.

The new record will drop July 31 via Tragic Hero Records. Everyone Dies In Utah’s last release was last year’s “Seeing Clearly,” their debut release for Tragic Hero.

Everyone Dies In Utah announce new album, US tour dates

Everyone Dies In Utah, the Texas-based post-hardcore sextet, have revealed details about their upcoming full-length release. The album, entitled “+//- (Polarities)”, will hit the streets on July 31st via Tragic Hero Records. Check out the cover art over at the left.

EDIU are partway through a US tour that runs through June 23rd in Georgia. Click here for their full itinerary.

Everyone Dies In Utah’s last release was last year’s “Seeing Clearly,” their debut release for Tragic Hero.