Have a listen to “Stale Smoke” from the album below.
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Massachusetts-based hardcore band Defeater release their self-titled fifth album on May 10th, via Epitaph Records. The album, their first in four years, includes recent single “Mother’s Son“. Pre-orders are up now.
Check out the band’s European tour dates (and album track listing) below.
Monday, October 17, 2016 at 10:53 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Defeater frontman Derek Archaumbault’s side project Alcoa have announced their latest EP, a split with indie rockers Choir Vandals, will be released on November 4th, 2016. Along with this news, Alcoa have allowed fans to sample their latest material on track “What a Fool”.
You can enjoy their newest offering below while you wait for the split EP to be released.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 12:15 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
The folks over at Robotic Empire records are at it again with their third Nirvana tribute album. Released on Record Store Day (which was April 16, 2016), the album Doused in Mud, Soaked in Bleach is a full tribute to Nirvana’s debut LP, Bleach. The compilation features contributions from acts such as Defeater, Beach Slang, Mean Jeans, The Fall of Troy, Basement, Daughters, and more. You can stream the whole compilation below.
Robotic Empire’s two other full Nirvana album tributes, In Utero, In Tribute, In Entirety, and Whatever, Nevermind, were released on Record Store Days 2014 and 2015 respectively. You can find them, along with other fine Robotic Empire releases, here.
Massachusetts-based hardcore band Defeater released a “surprise” 7″ on Epitaph Records today, and you can check out the 2 songs, “Still & True” and “Let Me Down” below. If you like what you hear, you can pick up your own copy on blue vinyl here.
Defeater’s most recent released, “Abandoned,” was released August 28th via Epitaph Records.
Bummer of a story for fans of Massachusetts-based hardcore five-piece Defeater. Seems they’re now going to be a Massachusetts-based four-piece, as they recently announced that they’ve parted ways with guitarist Jay Maas (pictured above at right). Here’s the band’s brief statement:
Over the weekend it was decided to move forward as a band without the participation of Jay Maas due to personal & creative differences. All scheduled Defeater shows and tours will go on as planned and we wish Jay luck in his future endeavors. Thank you
Defeater’s latest album, “Abandoned,” was released August 28th via the band’s new label home, Epitaph Records, and serves as the follow-up to their last Bridge Nine Records full-length, “Letters Home.”
The video for “Divination” picks up in the immediate aftermath of the events from the band’s last non-performance-based video, “Spared In Hell.” In case you forget what that video is all about, it’s also posted below, underneath the “Divination” video. Pretty intense storytelling, but we’d expect nothing less from the Defeater gang.
“Divination” appears on Defeater’s latest album, “Abandoned,” which was released August 28th via the band’s new label home, Epitaph Records. It serves as the follow-up (in more ways than one) to their last Bridge Nine Records full-length, “Letters Home.”
Masachusetts hardcore act, Defeater, have just started streaming their latest album, “Abandoned”. The eleven peice collection is a concept album, of sorts, detailing an unknown individual’s struggle to make sense of a higher power after his life has been wracked with tragedy. Interestingly, this exploration into damnation and redemption holds a special importance to its composers, as the album was written while songwriter Derek Archambault was wracked in the recovery of a major hip surgery. Check it out below.
Massachusetts-based hardcore band Defeater have debuted the second video for a track from their upcoming album, Abandoned. The song is called “Unanswered,” and the video is a live compilation piece. In some ways, it’s less intense than their first Abandoned video, “Spared In Hell,” and yet, because of the nature of their live performances, it’s infinitely more intense in some ways. Check it out below.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015 at 9:52 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Check out the track list for the new album, along with a video for the song “Spared In Hell” below. There’s also some tour dates thrown in there for good measure.
Defeater last released Letters Home via Bridge Nine Records in July 2013.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 10:41 AM (PST) by vivalalexy
Check out the dates and locations of the shows below along with the rest of the tour lineup!
Monday, February 9, 2015 at 7:23 AM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
Defeater recently signed to Epitaph Records with plans to release a new album later this year. Their last album, Letters Home, was released in 2013 via Bridge Nine Records. Bane released their last album, Don’t Wait Up, in 2014 through End Hits Records (Europe) and Equal Vision Records (world).
Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 11:36 AM (PST) by vivalalexy
The group is also back on the road after a year away, and will be headlining a US tour this spring with Capsize, Counterparts, Hotel Books, and Better Off. You can check out the specific dates and information on the tour poster below.
Frontman Derek Archambault had this to say on the recent developments:
After a year away from touring and nearly two of immobility, I have never been happier to push forward… Signing to Epitaph and a full U.S. tour this spring has the makings of a banner year for Defeater.
Monday, December 22, 2014 at 8:46 AM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
Kevin Bogart, a member of Boston punk outfit Trophy Lungs, has organized a benefit compilation titled Solidarity Mixtape Volume 1 to bring awareness to and support for the Black Lives Matter movement. The mixtape features 42 bands from around the country, including Defeater, Elway, The Holy Mess, and more.
The album is listed on bandcamp as a “pay what you want” download, but all proceeds raised in the next 2 weeks will be donated to Black Lives Matter. According to the organizers, “the mission of Black Lives Matter is to affirm and embrace the resistance and resilience of Black people. Black Lives Matter is working for a world where Black lives are no longer systematically and intentionally targeted for demise.”