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Gatherers stream new song “Assembly”

New Jersey post-hardcore act Gatherers (formerly known as just Gatherer) are streaming their new song “Assembly”. You can listen to it below.

“Assembly” is taken from Gatherers’ upcoming album Quiet World, which will be released on July 31st through Equal Vision Records, and will serve as the follow-up to 2013’s Caught Between a Rock and a Sad Place, which was released under their original name Gatherer.



The Fall of Troy announce ‘Doppelganger’ US tour

Washington post-hardcore act The Fall of Troy have announced two legs of a US tour this fall in which the band will perform their sophomore album, Doppelganger, in full. The band has also hinted that they will be playing new songs on the tour as well.

The band will be joined on the road by And So I Watch You From Afar and Slothrust on the first leg of the tour, and Kylesa and Powwers on the second. You can find the tour poster, with all of the dates and locations, below.

The band’s last album, In the Unlikely Event, was released in 2009 via Equal Vision Records.



Set It Off stream acoustic EP “Duality: Stories Unplugged”

Equal Vision Records‘ pop quintet Set It Off are currently streaming their new acoustic EP, Duality: Stories Unplugged, in its entirety.  You can give it a listen here.

Set It Off last released Duality in October 2014 via Equal Vision Records.



Gatherers announce new album “Quiet World”

New Jersey post-hardcore act Gatherers (previously known as just Gatherer) have announced that their second studio album, Quiet World, will be released on July 31st through Equal Vision Records. Check out the cover art to the left and the tracklisting below.

The band will also head out on tour with Every Time I DieReal FriendsCounterparts,Gnarwolves, and Brigades on the “Common Visions” tour beginning late July. Check out the dates below as well.

Quiet World will be available on July 31st and can be pre-ordered here. Gatherers last released their debut album Caught Between a Rock and a Sad Place in 2013 under their original name.



Brian Marquis releases video for “Say It Ain’t So” (cover)

Boston solo artist Brian Marquis has a new music video up for his cover of Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So,” and you can watch it here.  Marquis also played a stripped-down acoustic version of the song for Dying Scene Sessions last month.

You can find this song on his I Miss the 90s EP, which came out on Equal Vision Records last month.  The album features a guest appearance by Vinnie Caruana (The Movielife, I Am the Avalanche).  Marquis has also released an LP of original songs called Blood & Spirits.

 



I The Mighty streams “Connector”, premieres music video for “The Lying Eyes of Miss Erray”

San Fran progressive rock band I the Mighty is streaming their sophomore Connector in its entirety. In addition, the band has also premiered the music video for their song “The Lying Eyes of Miss Erray” which appears on the record.

You can check both out below.

Connector was released June 2nd via Equal Vision Records and serves as a follow up to Satori. 



Kurt Travis (A Lot Like Birds, Dance Gavin Dance) announces US tour

Kurt Travis (A Lot Like BirdsDance Gavin Dance) has announced a solo tour to support his latest record Everything Is Beautiful, which was released last year.

You can check out the dates below.



Dying Scene Session: Brian Marquis covers Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So” from Warped Tour Headquarters

Happy Hump Day, kiddos. We’re stoked to bring you the latest installment of the recently reincarnated Dying Scene Sessions!

Today’s Session features none other than Brian Marquis. Dying Scene had the privilege of catching up with the Boston native at Warped Tour Headquarters fresh on the heels of his recent surprise release, “I Miss The 90’s.” In the process, he performed a stripped-down cover of the Weezer classic “Say It Ain’t So.” Check out his performance below.

Marquis is slated to head out on this year’s Warped Tour as part of that festival’s Acoustic Basement package. The lineup, curated by Marquis himself, also features the likes of Koji, Grey Gordon, Transit, and a bunch more. Check out the full rundown here.

“I Miss The 90’s” was released by Brian Marquis through Equal Vision Records two weeks ago (May 13th). It’s available in digital, CD and limited cassette tape format, so most of your bases are covered. Check that out here.



We Came As Romans announce self-titeld album, stream new song “The World We Used To Know”

Detroit-based post-hardcore group We Came As Romans have announced that their upcoming fourth full-length album will be self-titled, and will be released on July 24th through Equal Vision Records/Spinefarm Records. The album was produced by David Bendeth (ParamoreOf Mice and Men). Check out the artwork to the left, and the tracklisting below.

“Writing this record with David Bendeth was very intense,” says vocalist Dave Stephens. “If a song wasn’t great, it was rewritten until it was, and if it still wasn’t great, it was cut. We wrote close to 40 songs for this record and only ten made the album. Beyond becoming better writers and musicians, it made us stronger as a band and as a team.”

The band is also streaming the first single from the album titled “The World I Used To Know.” Listen to the new song here.

Pre-order the new album here (US) or here (UK/EU). We Came As Romans’ last album, Tracing Back Roots, was released July 2013 through Equal Vision Records.



Set It Off boot bassist Austin Kerr for sexual assault allegations; Kerr issues response

Interesting news day from the Set It Off camp.

Earlier today, the Tampa, Florida-based band and Equal Vison Records recording artists had announced that they’ve gone from a five-piece to a four-piece because bassist Austin Kerr had been ousted from the band due to recent allegations of sexual assault that had surfaced against him. In case you missed it, here’s their statement:

Recently we have been made aware of the statements made about our bassist, Austin Kerr. We are taking the situation seriously and have decided that the best thing for the band is to part ways with Austin. We send our deepest apologies to anyone who has ever been affected negatively by his actions. Our fans mean the absolute world to us and their safety and happiness will always be our top priority. We are so grateful for their ongoing support over the years and will do everything we can to make this up to them and move forward from this.

Fast-forward to late this afternoon, and  Kerr responded with a lengthy, detailed statement of his own through his Facebook page, which you can read right here. However, we took the liberty of cutting-and-pasting said statement below. It’s an interesting read, to say the least.

As of two days ago I became aware of some serious allegations against me. There are two sides of every story and then there’s the truth. Fact is, I’m a guy who hasn’t always considered the way people may perceive my actions and while never forceful, there’s situations where I’ve been too pushy in several matters. I am taking full responsibility for my actions and behavior. I am so sorry for the effects of my actions and I apologize to anyone who has ever been made to feel uncomfortable by me in any capacity. I promise you it was NEVER my intention and I never thought I was entitled to anything.

I will carry myself differently in every matter I’m a part of from this day on. Upon first hearing of these matters, I immediately stopped drinking anywhere near shows, and stopped doing anything that might make someone uncomfortable (i.e. hugging them, picking them up, etc.). I will continue for the rest of my life being fully observant of other people’s feelings. After talking with the band, we have all agreed that I should part ways as nothing in this this should be attached to them in any way. I got to live my dream for years. For all the times, lessons and memories, I am so grateful.

Unfortunately attached to these allegations are half stories, exaggerations and untruthful statements. Since the tumblr post was released I have been approached by multiple people by their own accord who were there and can varify that some statements made are fictional or have proof of their falsehoods.

The truth is I’ve made people feel uncomfortable and I’m sorry. I encourage everyone to read into things before they believe them or make judgements. In often cases a lack of proof means something.

Moving forward, I am actively working on improving and making better decisions so that I will never make anyone feel like this again.

Stay tuned for information on this one. Not to editorialize or anything, but something tells me we haven’t heard the last of this situation…



We Came As Romans post brief teaser for upcoming new album

Detroit-based sextet We Came As Romans may have just put out a new album last July, but that doesn’t mean that don’t have a new one in the bag and ready to go.

We’ve got very little information on this one so far, but the today the band did post a 15-second teaser video, announcing that they’ve got a new album due out soon. Check out the video below.

We Came As Romans’ last album, “Tracing Back Roots,” came out last July through Equal Vision Records.



Set It Off announce acoustic release “Duality: Stories Unplugged”, release music video for “Bleak December (Acoustic)”

Equal Vision Records‘ pop quintet Set It Off will release “Duality: Stories Unplugged”, a collection of stripped down, full band, string-infused tracks. The EP is comprised of new acoustic renditions of five songs from their recently released sophomore full-length “Duality”, and a brand new track – “Wild Wild World (Acoustic)”.

In addition to announcing the EP today, the band is also premiering a new music video for “Bleak December (Acoustic)”, which can be seen now at setitoff.merchnow.com. Preorders for the stunning new EP are also now available at the same link.

“We are so unbelievably excited to present to you: Duality: Stories Unplugged! We have received requests for an acoustic EP for a long time now and we had so much fun putting this together for you. It was a huge goal on this EP to not just deliver the songs you already know with the only difference being that it’s on acoustic guitars. We took time to re-imagine some of these tracks,” reveals vocalist Cody Carson. “For example, in our acoustic arrangement of “Bleak December”, we took a more mellow approach and a more somber tone to deliver almost a whole new meaning to the song. We wanted to name this Stories Unplugged because that is exactly how we look at these songs. These are all tales of different avenues of life we’ve walked down, and you’re along for the ride in a range of emotion and timbre. Thank you for your patience…I’m so glad we can finally provide you with this EP that we are so very proud of.”

This Summer, the Tampa, FL-based outfit will be touring all across the US and Canada this Summer on the Journeys stage of the 2015 Vans Warped Tour. The band is currently on a headline run in the UK/Europe, with support from Decade and Brawlers. All upcoming tour dates can be found below.



Texas in July premieres video for “Nooses”

Texas In July recently announced their breakup, but they recently released a new video for their song “Nooses.”  You can check it out below.

The track is off of the metal band’s most recent album, Bloodwork, which came out last September on Equal Vision Records.



Craig Owens (Chiodos) streaming new single “Fragile”

Craig Owens (Chiodos, DRUGS) has released a brand new single called “Fragile”, featuring Brad Bell. You can stream the song here and buy it here.

Chiodos last released Devil last year through Razor & Tie.



Craig Owens (Chiodos) announces solo acoustic tour.

Craig Owens of Chiodos has announced some solo acoustic shows that will take place later this month.

You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Chiodos last released Devil last year through Razor & Tie.