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I the Mighty release video for “Adrift,” announce tour dates

San Fran progressive rock band I the Mighty have been in the studio with producer Mike Green (ParamorePierce the VeilAll Time Low) working on a new album, and it is finally due out on June 2nd.  In the meantime, the band has released a video for “Adrift,” which will appear on the new album.  You can watch it below.

Connector will be available on June 2nd via  Equal Vision Records.

Texas in July announces dates for farewell tour

They’re from Pennsylvania, they’re called Texas In July, and they’re heading to Europe for the first part of their farewell tour.  The hardcore/metal band will call it quits this year, so check out their European tour dates below.  The band already has some U.S. tour dates scheduled with Gideon, but they will add some final dates as well.  We’ll keep you posted on those as they are released.

Texas in July most recently released Bloodwork, which came out last September on Equal Vision Records.

Northern Faces streaming “Alone and Forgotten” off upcoming self-titled album

Albany, NY pop-punk act Northern Faces has just released a new song, “Alone and Forgotten”, available to stream. The track appears on the band’s self-titled album, which is set to be released next week (April 21st) through Equal Vision Records.

Listen to “Alone and Forgotten” below.

“Northern Faces” will be a follow up to the band’s 2014 EP “Southern Places”, also released through Equal Vision.

Say Anything announce summer “Hebrews” tour

Say Anything have announced a new headlining tour that will be taking place this summer.  The “Hebrews” tour will feature support from Modern Baseball, Cymbals Eat Guitars, and Hard Girls.  You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Say Anything released their sixth album, Hebrews, on June 10, 2014 via Equal Vision Records.

Capsize announce UK tour dates

San Diego melodic hardcore act Capsize will return to Europe/UK this Summer for a headline run, featuring support from ’68 and Casey (UK).

Capsize has also just announced several new headline dates throughout the US, that will bring them to the start of their Spring tour supporting Defeater and Counterparts. A sampler featuring tracks from all of the bands on the upcoming Defeater tour, can be downloaded for free here. All upcoming Capsize tour dates can be found below, with additional US, Canada, and European dates expected to be added soon.

Capsize released their latest album, The Angst In My Veins, on September 30, 2014 through Equal Vision Records.

Gatherer joins Equal Vision Records; releases music video

New Jersey post-hardcore act Gatherer have joined the Equal Vision Records family. Although there is no word yet on the band’s sophomore full length album, their first release with the label will be a one song 7-inch single titled “God Deluxe.” Gatherer has also released a music video for the new song, which you can watch here.

The physical version “God Deluxe” will be released on May 26, 2015 (which you can pre-order the 7-inch here), but you can buy the digital version right now via Bandcamp

Northern Faces details upcoming self-titled album; premieres opening track “Cops Come”

Albany, NY pop-punk act Northern Faces is gearing up to release their upcoming self-titled full-length album this April.

The band has just premiered the opening track from the album entitled “Cops Come”, which you can listen to below.

Additionally, you can view artwork above and have a look at the track list below.

“Northern Faces” is set to be released April 21st through Equal Vision Records, and is a follow up to the band’s 2014 EP “Southern Places”, also released through Equal Vision.

Music Video: Set It Off – “Ancient History”

Florida pop-punks Set It Off have just released their music video for their latest single “Ancient History”. You can check it out below.

On the track, vocalist Cody Carson commented:

Not too long ago I was in a relationship with someone that was very serious. We had a very firm connection, we lived together, it was great, but one day we had to split ways. Once the initial storm from the breakup had settled we realized something. We missed the sex. We knew it wasn’t a smart choice, but it was an easy choice. So then came the 2AM calls and the sneaking off. We eventually realized we were doing more damage than helping so we decided to call it quits and just stay friends. This song is about that particular situation.

The release of this video follows the recent news from the group that they will be headlining the Glamour Kills Spring Break ’15 tour.

Music Video: Elitist – “Numbered”

Los Angeles metal group Elitist have just released their music video for their track “Numbered”. You can check it out below.

This is arguably the biggest news from the band since their April 2014 signing on to Equal Vision Records, the label which will be releasing the aforementioned track on the group’s upcoming album, which is set for release sometime this year.

On “Numbered”, vocalist Chris Balay commented:

This song is about being happy with yourself and the life you lead, not always wanting more. It is only when we love ourselves that we can truly love each other.

Capsize release live music video for “Calming, Crippling”

San Diego melodic hardcore act Capsize have released a live music video for their song “Calming, Crippling” which you can view below.

The band is getting ready to hit the road for a string of West Coast tour dates beginning next week. Check those dates out here.

Capsize released their latest album, The Angst In My Veins, on September 30, 2014 through Equal Vision Records.

Texas In July cancels UK tour citing health reasons

Bad news for Texas In July fans in the UK. Seems the Pennsylvania metalcore band have had to cancel their upcoming tour, citing health reasons in the TIJ camp. Here’s the official statement as it appeared on their Facebook page:

Unfortunately we are not going to be able to attend the upcoming Betraying The Martyrs Headliner due to health issues in the TIJ camp. It’s in our best interest to be local during this time so that Adam can be near his doctors that have been working with him since the inception of his complications. Our apologies are sent to all of our European fans, we will see you soon enough.

The band’s latest album, Bloodwork, was released last September through Equal Vision Records and was a follow up to their 2012 self-titled album.

Bane announce US tour with support from Backtrack, Malfunction

Hardcore act Bane has announced a tour of the US with support from New York’s Backtrack and Malfunction. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Bane released their last album, Don’t Wait Up, in 2014 through End Hits Records (Europe) and Equal Vision Records (world).

Capsize to embark on a West Coast tour

San Diego melodic hardcore act Capsize have announced a string of West Coast tour dates, and you can check them out below.

The band last released The Angst In My Veins September 30th through Equal Vision Records.

Set It Off to headline Glamour Kills Spring Break tour

Information has been finalized for the upcoming Glamour Kills Spring Break ’15 tour. Headlining the six-week cross-country jaunt will be Florida pop-punks Set It Off, who are touring in support of their last album, “Duality,” released on Equal Vision Records last October.

Support on the GKSB’15 tour comes from Against The Current, As It Is and Roam. The tour starts February 27th in St. Petersburg, Florida, and wraps up April 8th in Greensboro, North Carolina. Check out the full rundown below (or up above if you’d rather).

Music Video: Set It Off – “Tomorrow”

Florida pop-punk act Set It Off has just posted a new music video for their song “Tomorrow”. The track appears on the band’s latest album “Duality”, which was released this past October through Equal Vision Records.

Check it out below.