“Future Graves” is the band’s first release since 2013’s “City Of Sunken Eyes.”
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Friday, December 25, 2015 at 9:31 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Montreal hardcore band Kennedy will be gearing up for a tour of central Canada in January with London, ON based group Soul Sucker. The dates are scattered around Quebec and Ontario and will run from January 8th to January 17th. Check out a full list of dates and locations below.
Kennedy released their latest full-length The Guilty Poor in September through Hotfoot Records.
Friday, November 13, 2015 at 10:46 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Montreal post-hardcore band Kennedy are gearing up for a few dates in Canada’s east end with Toronto’s own SPEAKER. The two bands will play three shows starting November 27th in Quebec and Ontario. Check out the list of dates and locations below.
Kennedy released their latest full-length The Guilty Poor in September through Hotfoot Records. SPEAKER released their latest 2-track EP Body and Blood on November 8th.
Friday, October 16, 2015 at 6:03 PM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Kennedy most recently released The Guilty Poor on September 29th via Hotfoot Records.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at 1:01 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Montreal hardcore punk act Kennedy are currently streaming their newest full length album The Guilty Poor.
Give it a listen below.
The Guilty Poor was released today, September 29th, via Hotfoot Records.
Friday, September 18, 2015 at 6:30 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Wyoming based melodic metalcore act Sorry, No Sympathy recently signed a deal with New York based heavy-hitters Hotfoot Records. With this deal came the announcement of their debut full-length titled Egalitarian. In light of all the good news and milestones, the band is also streaming a brand new single off of the record called “Ignite”, it is a lyric video and certainly catches the ears and eyes of metalcore fans alike. You can check it out below.
Egalitaria is scheduled for release on September 15th. We’ll keep you updated with any details that come to light.
Monday, August 17, 2015 at 3:29 PM (PST) by Supermartinguy
Montreal Hardcore punk act, Kennedy have just released a new music video for their song “Birthrite”. The clip, which you can check out below, shows the band rocking out as silhouettes against a plain white background.
“Birthrite” comes off Kennedy’s upcoming album “The Guilty Poor” which is due to be released September 29th via Hotfoot Records. It will mark the band’s first major releases since their 2012 EP “Other Failures”
Friday, August 14, 2015 at 6:21 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Montreal hardcore punk act Kennedy recently announced that they signed a deal with prominent New York based hardcore label Hotfoot Records. Their upcoming full-length The Guilty Poor will be released digitally on September 29th, 2015 and on vinyl in the fall, both via Hotfoot Records.
The Guilty Poor will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2012 EP Other Failures (stream below), which was released in 2013. It will also be their debut full-length. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you updated with further details as they become available.
“No Signal” is taken from Johnny Booth’s upcoming EP The Bronze Age, which is due for release this month on Hotfoot Records.
Vessels have premiered a new music video for their song “Between The Trees.” Head over here to check it out.
The track appears on the bands Hotfoot Records debut “Black Teeth,” released earlier this year.
Friday, September 7, 2012 at 9:08 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Detroit melodic hardcore outfit Gateways is streaming a grand new song from their upcoming release “Departures.” It’s titled “Stop And Think” and you can give that bad boy a listen right here.
“Departures” is due out later this year on Hotfoot Records.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 12:23 PM (PST) by Drea
Hotfoot Records has signed Albany, NY based melodic hardcore act Vessels, and Michigan based Gateways.Vessels is currently in the studio recording their Hotfoot debut, and you can stream their song “Between the Tree’s” right here.
Gateways is set to release their debut album “Departures” later in the year. You can stream some of the album here.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 2:55 PM (PST) by Joey_Cannoli
Hotfoot Records has signed Minot, ND based band, I Apparatus. The four-piece Noisecore outfit will be releasing their first full length, “Ebola and the Botanist” with the label this Fall, and if you’re new to the band, their music video for the track “Alexey Shipinov” might be a good introduction.
Check it out, along with the band’s upcoming tour dates, here.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 9:09 AM (PST) by Ghost Country
I’ve lately been on a Versions and Tropic Rot-era Poison The Well kick. Fuck man, those two albums were so criminally underrated it’s a shame that no one paid any mind to Poison The Well beyond Opposite of December, which, in this humble reviewer’s opinion, is a far inferior album to the music the band would later craft. Regardless, in the midst of mourning their unfortunate demise, Octaves came and decided to cheer me up. While they were penned on our pending list as “for fans of Dillinger Escape Plan“ I had very little expectations for them. Instead what I was presented with was actually a band that sounds a lot more like Poison The Well in the later days than anything Dillinger Escape Plan ever wrote. Octaves, for what they lack in technical complexity (and this is actually not much, they’re very capable musicians) and progression they make up in sheer emotional weight.
The album starts off strong with it’s raging opener “Fix The Fern Back”, which instantly reminds me of the last couple albums that Poison The Well released, specially in their vocal delivery. And while Octaves definitely takes cues from this band, it’s also different enough to stand on it’s own. The song comes to it’s abrupt end and give way for song two (and arguably the best track on the album) “Be Angry At The Sun For Setting On A Set Of Sons” to come ringing in. These two songs are everything that Octaves is doing right. They’re dynamic, moody, explosive and cohesive. The vocals are cathartic and are carried effortlessly by the chaotic soundscape the band creates. The band continues with “I’ve Got Boxes Full Of Pepe!”, a slow churner that is followed by the one two punch of “Anaconda Squeeze” and “I Am He Who Is Called I Am”. While not awful tracks by any means, the band doesn’t quite live up to the full assault they presented with the first two tracks.
Maybe, it’s a matter of placement; Maybe the only reason I give preference to the first two tracks is because they opened up the album. Regardless, the fresh and original sound Octaves presents us with in their opening tracks seems a bit over-used by track 5. The band quickly remedies this with the ridiculously titled “I’m Just Going Down To The Corner For a Pack of Cigarettes, I’ll Be Back In A Minute”, which aside from its painfully awkward title, finds the band securing their feet down once again. This is followed by “Schmohawk”, a short burst of noise that, while not a bad song, seems as a filler among it’s far larger brethren. Octaves has spent the large majority of the album creating interesting plays between their slower, melodic moments and their more kick-your-teeth-in parts, granting “Schmohawk” almost a lazy air.
“Absent Kids Count” closes the album bathed in the darkness that drenches Greener Pastures, and is also proof that the band can write just as heavily on the emotional as they can on their amplifiers. The guest appearance of Pianos Become The Teeth vocalist is also incredibly suiting and an awesome bonus. Though Octaves does have a tendency to resort to over used blast guitars and some very Botch influenced leads, the band finds their redeeming qualities in the little frills and tempo changes that save the songs from sounding repetitive. For a band in their genre, details are everything and while earlier I stated that they did not present the same progressive qualities as the name-dropped Dillinger Escape Plan does, upon repeated listens I finally understand that it’s this attention to detail that has probably garnered them the comparison.
Greener Pastures still sounds like a very young album. It’s very much grounded by it’s influences and it will appeal to fans of the bands that Octaves are fans of. However, if the release is any indication of the band’s talent and fervor, it might only be a matter of time before Octaves come into their own and become a force to be reckoned with in today’s hardcore scene.
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