For anyone following the story, there is a 22-track Senses Fail tribute album on its way via Pacific Ridge Records, set to be released on March 2. The latest song to go live is “Calling All Cars” being performed by Pyro, Ohio, a post-hardcore band out of Virginia. Senses Fail fans, this ones for you. Crank it!
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Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 10:15 PM (PST) by forrestcook
Monday, December 10, 2018 at 11:44 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Florida-based post hardcore band Vagrants have just signed to Equal Vision Records. To celebrate the occasion, they have decided to release a video for their track “Clarity”, which will feature on the band’s forthcoming debut EP due out at an undisclosed date in 2019.
The band’s guitarist, Jose DelRio, had the following to say about Vagrants new record label:
“We are extremely honoured to join the Equal Vision family and be apart of such a legendary roster of bands, many of which have been influential on us. It’s an incredibly humbling feeling to have such amazing people in our corner.”
You can check out “Clarity” below.
Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 11:48 PM (PST) by Quirijn
If you have ever seen a live video of a band, you’ve pretty much seen them all. A band performing somewhere in a dive, bad lightning, shot in black-and-white and only one camera. This video from S-E-R-V-I-C-E for their track “Who Are You Anyway?” is anything but that. It’s beautifully shot and features a great post-punk song with dirty guitars, megaphones and weird noises!
Watch the video below! – we recommend watching this in full screen.
Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 2:11 PM (PST) by forrestcook
When I heard that my favorite Italian hardcore band, NOFU, was putting out new music, I jumped at the opportunity for an exclusive. I hopped on messenger and started up a chat and before you know it, I was beneficiary and custodian to exclusive content beholden to no one but myself. (and maybe a few of the band’s buds and whatnot) The weight of badassery fell squalidly on my shoulders, alone. Holy crap! What was I gonna’ write?
I first got the chance to see NOFU last year on their Thrashin’ the Bible Belt Tour, at my favorite local punk dive, and was absolutely blown away. The lead singer, Emanuele, was like seven feet, goddamn tall and radiating rock and roll eminence in cut-off jean shorts and high-kick glory. He had a voice like napalm and a smile like Jesus. Claudio, on guitar, was thrashing around in a performance reminiscent of Captain Sensible, but along with Bitto and Curzio (on bass and drums) terrorizing the place, these guys were playing the loud, fast shit.
The pit was ferocious (due props to my beloved hometown scene) and, needless to say, I gladly coughed up the measly 20 bucks for the vinyl, Interruzione, which has sense seen innumerous spins on my dusty, old table. I love this band. They are legitimately super badass. With influences ranging from Motörhead and Venom, Accused, Suicidal Tendencies, and Italian bands like Frammenti, Kina, and Stinky Rats to more post-hardcore influences like Crimpshrine and Hüsker Dü (who have a big influence on this new album, Qui Ed Ora) – the band knows their history, and, I think, could become a big part of it, if you let them.
NOFU is headed back on the road, embarking on a West Coast (U.S.) tour this month, with 14 stops from Tijuana to Washington, including one sold out show with The Cro-Mags and EYEHATEGOD. Qui Ed Ora won’t officially release until this February, however CD’s and cassettes are being made available for the tour via Carr’Amato Records and Reality is a Cult Records. Tapes and CD’s will be done FOR THIS TOUR ONLY!! So, if you’re lucky enough to catch these guys in the act, be sure and scoop one up. (or maybe two, so you can mail me a copy.) The February release will be on 7″ vinyl, however the band is still reaching out to labels. So, if you know a guy who knows a guy… cough, cough.
Qui Ed Ora is unbelievable. It’s a pleasant 4-track surprise that highlights the bands maturity, growth and dynamism as they depart from their hardcore/metal roots to touch on a transcendental time and element in punk rock music. Stream that EP and check out NOFU’s tour dates below.
“What we are, it has always been a postponement, omitted, of everything we do not have. Never could. Just beyond the fears. Just beyond the uncertainties. Just beyond the insecurities. Just beyond. The goal, the place, we are looking for. We aspire to. It’s so close, but we do not see it. What we call the path. The path, it is only the name of fear, of hesitation. Here and now, quotes of what we would like here and now, broken phrases. Silences. Redeemed and fragile.” (Lyrics to “Qui Ed Ora” from translation)
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 1:15 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
You can give it a listen below.
Actor|Observer last released One Another in November 2017 via Party Smasher Inc.
Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 3:17 PM (PST) by otter272
West coast post-hardcore band Thrice has announced the release date of their new album. Palms, the follow up to the 2016 LP To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere, will be released on September 14. It is the first album they will be releasing with Epitaph Records.
The band have also announced a headlining tour to support the new album. See those tour dates below.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 1:00 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
You can give it a listen below.
The Orphan last released “Gods. Gutters. Stones” in June 2017.
You can listen to the track (and see the remaining dates on the band’s current tour) below.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 1:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Massachusetts post-hardcore act In Good Nature have announced some upcoming tour dates where they will be supporting Heavy Hearts.
You can check out all the dates and locations below.
In Good Nature last released The Words We’ll Never Say on August 25th, 2017 via Anchor Eighty Four Records.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 11:31 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Political hardcore punks Death Of A Nation are streaming their self titled album. The album features four very socially charged punk rock songs that are heavy on the anger and even heavier on social justice or lack there of.
You can check out the album below.
If your a fan of Anti-Flag or Propagandhi you’ll definitely like these guys.
Monday, February 19, 2018 at 3:10 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
San Diego post-hardcore quintet Thousand Below have released a video for a reimagined version of their track “Tradition”. The original version of the song is from their debut album, “The Love You Let Too Close”, which was released back in October via Rise Records.
You can watch the video below.
Monday, February 19, 2018 at 10:30 AM (PST) by rick delaney
North Carolina post-hardcore throwbacks Harm are streaming a track off their recently announced EP. “She Knows Who She Is, She Just Forgot For a Little While” will feature on the EP What We Know is a Drop. Vocalist Billie Cloer explained the inspiration behind the release that’s due out on March 2, 2018:
“This record is about growing up… It’s scary and overwhelming and easy to lose yourself in it. It’s okay to not fully understand yourself or have it all put together, though. I don’t think anyone fully has a grasp on life—some people are just better at hiding it than others.”
What We Know is a Drop below. It’s the third release from Harm. Previous efforts included the 2017 acoustic EP, (Pray), and the 2016 full band debut (quiet) life.
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 2:24 PM (PST) by NobodyLikesGreg
Today we’re getting a first taste of Australian Hardcore act The Elk Collective. The band has just premiered its first single ‘Moshpittin on your Toenails’ and it sounds more than promising. The track is taken from the Aussies’ debut EP ‘Big Trouble’, out via all the regular channels on March 16th.
Check out ‘Moshpittin on your Toenails’ below.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 9:11 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
“The Wreath and the Follower” is taken from the band’s upcoming EP, which will be released by Adventure Cat Records on January 12th.
Monday, December 18, 2017 at 11:45 AM (PST) by rick delaney