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Roseview (Melodic Hardcore, ME) Stream Video for Acoustic Track “December” With New Vocalist

Portland, Maine’s Roseview have released a music video for an acoustic version of their song “December.” The band have teamed up with the super talented ballerina, Rhiannon Gurrette, to create a video that apparently documents the the struggles the band have dealt with both personally and collectively.

The track is the first with the band’s new vocalist, Keanu Papassavas. He shared the following about “December”:

“‘December’ is about working through your pain. Every step of the journey is important and part of the bigger picture. You must keep moving forward, no matter how hard it is.” 

Equipped with their new singer, Roseview will be hitting the road this summer, supporting Rarity as a part of the “The Longest Lonesome Tour.” In addition, the band will be playing Roadblock Music Festival in Providence, RI on July 27th alongside Bad Religion, The Menzingers, and Charly Bliss. 

You can check out the video for “December”, as well as more details about the shows below.

Bad Luck (pop-punk) streaming new single “Wish We Still Talked” announce a few shows

Brooklyn pop-punks Bad Luck are streaming their latest single “Wish We Still Talked”. The song is a treat of sorts, to get fans ready for a short run of shows the band has planned for March.

Check out the new song and tour dates below.

This is the first new music from Bad Luck since Noise in Your Head was released back in 2015. If you’re a fan of The Menzingers or Against Me! these guys are pretty similar. 

Dwellings (melodic) streaming new album “Lavender Town”

Modesto melodic punks Dwellings are streaming their new album Lavender Town. The album was released June 29th through Tragic Hero Records, I was particularly fond of the track “Color of the Cat Tree”.

Give the album a listen below.

This is the début album for the California punks. If you’re a fan of The Weakerthans or Matchbook Romance these guys combine The Weakerthans ability to tell a great story, with the heavy melodic sound of early 2000’s Matchbook Romance.

Set Sights sign to Tragic Hero Records, release new music video

Orange County hardcore act Set Sights have recently signed to Tragic Hero Records for an as of yet unannounced release in 2018.  In addition to the signing announcement, the band has also released a music video for their song “Rise Above.”  You can check it out below.

letlive. announce breakup

letlive. have sadly announced they will be ceasing activities as a band, citing personal differences. The band explained:

In the summer of 2002 this thing we call “letlive.” began in a garage in a small suburb of Los Angeles with one goal in mind. Above all else, letlive. was meant to be an idea not an outfit. This idea took its roots in honesty, humility, and finding an ironic strength in vulnerability. This is how it all began and it must end in the same fashion.

We have been granted opportunities and experiences beyond anything we could have ever imagined and we are well aware that none of the aforementioned would be possible without you. Your support, investments, and genuine belief have been nothing short of inspiring which is what allowed us to create these works while enduring the unsettling ebb and flow of career musicianship. With this in mind we would like to take this time to exhibit said transparency and explain that over time a divergence in views and aims has developed within the camp- and, for the moment, the impact that has on letlive. as a group is that there will be no further activity for the foreseeable future. We want to thank every single person that we were privileged enough to make a connection with through this vessel. We will no longer write the soundtrack, but the most important element, the idea, will continue as long as you allow it to. You are and always will be letlive.

All ll.ove,
Jason Aalon Butler, Loniel Robinson, Ryan Johnson, & Jeffrey Sahyoun

Bad Luck stream new album, “Noise In Your Head”

Daytona Beach punk rockers, Bad Luck, have just released a stream of their new EP “Noise In Your Head”. The EP consists of five high-energy songs that infuse pop-punk sensibilities with a beach-side garage kind of vibe. Check it out below.

“Noise On Your Head” is being released via Tragic Hero Records, and marks the band’s first release since Cold Bones, back in 2014.

Watch: Secret Eyes’ new music video; “Ships ft. Craig Mabbitt”

Pittsburgh emo-prog band Secret Eyes have just released a new music video for their track “Ships ft. Craig Mabbitt”. The video shows a protagonist forced to walk the plank, then confront his watery demise. Check it out below.

“Ships” comes of Secret Eyes’ debut LP, “Comatose”, which was released earlier this month, via Tragic Hero Records.

Secret Eyes (Emo-Prog) announce signing with Tragic Hero Records, release new music video

Pittsburgh Emo-Prog band Secret Eyes just announced that they have signed with Tragic Hero Records, and will release their debut LP, “Comatose”, on August 7th. As a taste of things to come, the band has also released a pretty stellar music video for their song “Oh Dear”.

Featuring some additional vocals from Dance Gavin Dance’s Johnny Craig, the video inter-cuts some beautifully shot scenes of domestic drama with the band’s performance. Check out the video below.

“Comatose” will be available on Itunes and Merchnow.

Music Video: A Skylit Drive – “Within These Walls”

California screamo act A Skylit Drive have released a video for their song “Within These Walls.”  You can check it out here.

A Skylit Drive most recently released Rise: Ascension, an acoustic re-vamping of their Rise album, on Tragic Hero Records this past January.

A Skylit Drive announce new members

California screamo act A Skylit Drive have added two new members to the band.  Brandon Rage (Motionless in White) will come in on drums, while Michael LaBelle (Last Day Within) will add his skills on guitar and backing vocals.

The band will release a new video for the single “Within These Walls” on March 10th, and you can watch a sneak preview below.

A Skylit Drive most recently released Rise: Ascension, an acoustic re-vamping of their Rise album, on Tragic Hero Records this past January.

A Skylit Drive streaming full acoustic album – “Rise: Ascension”

California screamo group A Skylit Drive are now streaming their latest album, Rise: Ascension in its entirety via several sources. Listen to the whole thing below.

The album is an acoustic interpretation of the band’s previous release, Rise. It is out today (Tuesday, January 6th) on Tragic Hero Records. You can order the album, along with many bundle options, right here.

Before Rise, A Skylit Drive’s previous album was 2011’s Identity On Fire, released on Fearless Records.

A Skylit Drive stream acoustic version of “Pendulum”

California screamo band A Skylit Drive are streaming an acoustic version of their song “Pendulum”. The track will be appear on Rise: Ascension, which is an acoustic interpretation of the band’s previous release, Rise. You can listen to the song below.

Rise: Ascension will be released through Tragic Hero Records on January 6, 2015 and you can pre-order it here

A Skylit Drive announce “Rise: Ascension” pre-order

California screamo band A Skylit Drive will be releasing their new album “Rise: Ascension” through Tragic Hero Records on January 6th of 2015 and you can pre-order it here. The record is an acoustic interpretation of their recent release “Rise.”

News of the new album has come alongside news of the departure of two of the band’s members Brian White and Cory LaQuay. You can read their statement here and the statement from the remainder of the band here.

A Skylit Drive elaborate on member departure; announce “RISE: ASCENSION” acoustic LP

For those of you still needing solace after the sudden departure of bassist/vocalist Brian White and drummer/vocalist Corey LaQuay from the lineup of A Skylit Drive, we bring you now at least a little closure.

The remaining sixty percent of the California screamo band’s lineup issued a lengthy statement today. An excerpt:
We’d like to apologize for the manner in which yesterday’s abrupt & unplanned announcement of Cory and Brian’s departure from A Skylit Drive was. We had known for quite some time that both members were becoming increasingly less happy in the band. Both for their own reasons. We knew their time in ASD was coming to an end. Some of the separation was even mutual, but for you, the fans, ASD as a whole should have been able to create an announcement together regarding the separation…

As for the future of ASD, We will continue on. ASD is about more than one or two people. It’s about the music & the fans. Where the music comes from is safely intact. That we can promise you. As for our fans, there are none better, and we know you’ll be right there by our sides till the end. Knowing that, we have all we need to carry on.

You can read the full statement here.

Also, the band have already announced the first step in their plan toward “carrying on.” As part of the above-listed statement, the band announced plans for a new full-length. It’s called “RISE: ASCENSION,” and it’s a stripped-down, acoustic reworking of their September 2013 release, “RISE.” It’s due out in January 2015, and will be followed by a new full-length over the summer. Stay tuned!

Brian White and Cory LaQuay leave A Skylit Drive

Bassist/vocalist Brian White and drummer/vocalist Cory LaQuay have parted ways with California screamo band A Skylit Drive. The two cited artistic differences as their main reason for leaving, stating:

“Unfortunately, the same passion for our band that once fueled our success has changed.”

You can read the full statement from them below.