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The Greenery sign to Third String Records for release of new album

Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery have signed to Third String Records with plans to release a new album either later this year, or in early 2016. Here’s what the band had to say about the signing:

“We’ve known Mike at Third String Records for a while now, and we’re happy to have him in our corner. Also, Steven Bradley is an extremely talented musician and engineer, and working with him to make this album is something we’re very excited about. We hope you all will enjoy this next installment from us. Thank you, and we’re sorry.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on The Greenery’s new album come to light. The band self-released their latest album It’s Looking Grim in August of 2013.



Comeback Kid announce West Coast tour with The Greenery, No Bragging Rights

Canadian hardcore punk veterans Comeback Kid have announced a handful of West Coast US tour dates that’ll keep them busy for the middle of March. The jaunt kicks off March 10th in Tempe, Arizona, and wraps up in Oakland on March 15th. Joining Comeback Kid on the road will be the likes of The Greenery and No Bragging Rights, the latter of whom seem to thankfully be okay after a recent serious tour van accident. Check out the official rundown below.

As you should know by now, Comeback Kid’s “Die Knowing” came out last March via Victory Records.



The Greenery and The Sheds announce US tour dates

Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery and SoCal punks The Sheds will be touring the US together in a few weeks. Check out the dates and locations below.

Prior to this tour’s kickoff, The Greenery will be playing some US / Canadian shows with The Flatliners.



The Greenery announce Mexican tour dates

Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery will be playing a handful of shows down in Mexico later this month. Dates and locations can be found below.

The band self-released their latest album It’s Looking Grim on August 13th, 2013.



Full Album Stream: The Greenery – “It’s Looking Grim”

Haven’t gotten around to checking out Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery‘s latest album, “It’s Looking Grim,” yet? You’re in luck. The band are streaming the whole thing and you can check it out below.

The Greenery self-released “It’s Looking Grim” on August 13, 2013. They are playing a ton of tour dates in the US and Europe. Click here for info.



The Greenery announce Northeastern tour dates w/ Manners

After wrapping up their upcoming UK tour supporting Comeback Kid, Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery will be playing a short run of Northeastern shows with Connecticut’s Manners.

Details on all of the band’s upcoming tour dates can be found below.

The Greenery self-released their latest album “It’s Looking Grim” on August 13th, 2013.



Comeback Kid announce European tour w/ Xibalba, The Greenery & Malevolence

Come springtime, Canadian melodic hardcore veterans Comeback Kid will be touring Europe with support from Xibalba, The Greenery, and Malevolence.

Details on all of the band’s upcoming tour dates can be found below.

Comeback Kid’s highly-anticipated upcoming album “Die Knowing” is set to be released on March 4th through Victory Records. It will be their first full-length release since 2010’s “Symptoms + Cures.”



Vanna announces headlining tour with Alpha & Omega, The Greenery

Boston post-hardcore act, Vanna, have announced their first headlining tour since the release of their latest record, “The Few and the Far Between.” The “Home Is Where I Roam” tour is a voyage that will embark across the United States with fellow comrades, Alpha & Omega, Betrayal, and The Greenery.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

Their latest album “The Few And Far Between” dropped on March 13, 2013 through Artery Recordings / Razor & Tie.



The Greenery stream new song “RainDance” from upcoming album “It’s Looking Grim”

Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery are streaming a new song called “RainDance,” which will be appearing on their upcoming album “It’s Looking Grim.”

You can check it out right here.

“It’s Looking Grim” is set to be self-released by the band on August 13th.



The Greenery announce North American tour dates

Long Beach hardcore act The Greenery have announced that, before heading out on their summer tour of the United States, they will be playing a short run of North American tour dates.

Click here for a full list of dates and locations they will be playing on both tours.

The band’s upcoming album “It’s Looking Grim” is set to be released on August 13th.



The Greenery announces US tour

The Greenery has announced a US tour with Wilson, American Fangs, and on select dates, The Ongoing Concept.

To view a full list of tour dates, click here.



Pay-What-You-Want Benefit Comp: “SkatePunkForSouthBank” (Great Cynics, The Greenery, Frank Turner, etc.)

In an effort to keep London’s Southbank, which is apparently the oldest known skate park in the world, from being demolished and replaced with retail outlets, the Long Live Southbank foundation has released a pay-what-you-want compilation featuring songs from the likes of Great Cynics, The Greenery, Frank Turner, Gnarwolves, and many other bands.

You can download the comp for free, or for whatever dollar amount you wish to donate, right here.

 



The Greenery stream “Search and Destroy” off upcoming album “It’s Looking Grim”

Long Beach’s hardcore act The Greenery is streaming another song off of their upcoming LP, “It’s Looking Grim.”  The track, “Search and Destroy,” is a bonus track on the LP, which is set to be released on August 13th.

Listen here.

 



The Greenery streaming “Nailed Down” off upcoming album “It’s Looking Grim”

Long Beach, California hardcore band The Greenery has just posted a new song from their upcoming album, “It’s Looking Grim”.

The track is entitled, “Nailed Down”, and you can give it a listen here.

“It’s Looking Grim” is set to be released August 13th.



The Greenery stream “Reapers Keeper”

The Greenery have posted a new song called “Reapers Keeper.”

You can give it a listen here.

The song appears on their upcoming album “It’s Looking Grim”