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Monday, March 16, 2015 at 7:21 AM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
Light Your Anchor released their last album, Hopesick, in June of 2013.
Monday, February 16, 2015 at 10:09 AM (PST) by Johnny X
“Homefires” will be released on April 3rd via Let It Burn Records.
Light Your Anchor released their last album “Hopesick” in June of 2013.
Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 10:27 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Hamburg melodic hardcore act Light Your Anchor will be releasing a new full-length album titled “Homefires” on April 3rd via Let It Burn Records. To give you a taste of what’s to come you can check out a music video for the album’s first track “Home” below.
Light Your Anchor released their last album “Hopesick” in June of 2013.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 1:12 PM (PST) by milhouse
Today marks the birthday of the late Red Tape Parade singer Wauz Kenobi. Kenobi succumbed to his battle with cancer last April, while working on the band’s newest material (which was to be part of their third full-length album).
The band has stated that “Leap Year of Faith” was one of the few demo songs that was completed with Wauz before he passed away. It has become somewhat of a dedication/memorial song, and the members have joined with other fellow musicians to create this music video for the track.
Check it out below.
The song (with B-side of “Song 21”) and video appear on a “tribute bundle” that is being released today through End Hits Records, and is said to be the last new work we shall see from Red Tape Parade.
The bundle includes 7″ and DVD, which features full live Red Tape Parade show, as well as a ton of bonus content ranging from interviews to music videos to Joey Cape and Brian Wahlstrom’s acoustic tribute to Kenobi.
You can get more information on this release below.
Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 12:18 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Hamburg melodic hardcore act Light Your Anchor will be releasing a new full-length album titled “Hopesick” on June 14th via Let It Burn Records. To give you a taste of what’s to come you can check out a music video for the album’s first single “Fall And Stand”. It features Johnny OC from Liferuiner and you can check it out right here.
Light Your Anchor released their debut EP “Peter Pan Syndrome” in 2011.
Today is a sad day in the punk world, specifically in Germany. We regret to report the passing of Red Tape Parade vocalist Wauz Kenobi, who succumbed to his battle with cancer.
In addition to Red Tape Parade fame, Kenobi was also an integral member of The Sandwiches, and a contributor to Punknews.org.
You can read the statement from Red Tape Parade here.
RIP Wauz…you will be missed.
Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 11:57 AM (PST) by Carson Winter
On the one hand, I love The Haverbrook Disaster. They play hardcore with a twist of melody that never changes hands into the realm of melodic hardcore, with songs both energetic and loud.
On the other hand, The Haverbrook Disaster and their sophomore album Weather The World is a little too indicative of everything I hate about modern hardcore. Yes, it’s more of the same flat-brim hat wearing, drop tuned guitar chugging hardcore that punctuates the average meathead’s trip to the gym. But, if you’re okay with that, and can get over its own triteness, you’ll find that the music on Weather The World is pretty good, albeit not different or new.
What impressed me the most about The Haverbrook Disaster was the revelation that they were in fact a German band. All of their lyrics are sung (bro-shouted?) in English, and I never once caught wind of an accent. I usually won’t listen to a band if they aren’t native English speakers, not out of xenophobia, but because I’m a slave to the written word. I love lyrics, and it’s a simple fact that a lot of non-native English singing bands have awkwardly written, and often times laughable lyrics. The Haverbrook Disaster have none of these problems, delivering every word as if they use it everyday.
The sound on Weather The World typifies much of today’s hardcore, which somehow has become its own distinct scene from punk. But, it’s not bad. Personally, I lament the drop-D chugging as their fall back riff, populating literally every song on the record, but even as I pick it apart, I know that it works despite itself. At the end of the day, it sounds like a heavier, almost plodding, Comeback Kid record, but in a totally good way.
The melodies on Weather The World never dominate or diminish The Haverbrook Disaster’s hardcore style, on “The Chosen Few” it’s melodic chorus doesn’t feel like a departure so much as a natural extension of their sound by keeping the more obvious melodies in the background as ‘woah’s’ and the actual chorus as a gang vocaled sing-a-long. Even a curmudgeon like me has to admit that the melody they inject into their music pushes them above many of their contemporaries. Ending track “Know the Ropes” manages to break it’s hardcore cadence for a line or two of melodic inflection every now and then. And while that may not sound like much, the result is an astoundingly more interesting sound.
The Haverbrook Disaster might not be your style. Hell, I’m not even sure I’d call them my style. But, songs about never giving up and being true to yourself have never sounded so good. Weather The World may not be high art, but it’s a lot of fun.
Monday, March 4, 2013 at 10:52 AM (PST) by connor_maoil
This spring, German hardcore act The Haverbrook Disaster will release their sophomore album “Weather The World,” a follow-up to their 2011 debut. Check out the first single, entitled “The Chosen Few,” right here. The song features Jesse Barnett of Stick To Your Guns.
“Weather The World” will be released on April 3rd via Let It Burn Records.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 10:47 AM (PST) by reid
After extensive touring in Europe, Asia and Australia, AYS have finally recorded five new songs for their “Suburban Haze” EP.
Click here to see a list of tour dates.
Wednesday, May 2, 2012 at 4:05 PM (PST) by bob9746
One of the many reasons that we love Joey Cape is his habit of popping up in seemingly random places and supporting smaller, international acts.
The Caper recently joined German punk act Red Tape Parade at a gig in Annaberg, Germany, and hopped up on stage to add vocals to the band’s track “Anything Else Is Progress.” Click here to check out video of the performance.
Cape did guest vocals for the studio version of the same track as it appeared on Red Tape Parade’s last album, 2010’s “The Third Rail Of Life.”
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at 4:30 PM (PST) by Chris
German punk band Red Tape Parade have posted a new song Always Stubborn, Sometimes Hateful to their Facebook page (it’s in the Music tab). The song is from the band’s upcoming album, The Third Rail Of Life. The full track list for the album is available here – note the guest appearances from some heavy hitters in American punk!
The band’s last album, Ballads of The Flexible Bullet was released on Let It Burn Records in 2008. You can download a free EP from the band, Redefining “Hot” right here. Keep an eye on these guys, they’re pretty rad.