Youth Funeral‘s new chaotic EP, See You When I See You, can now be streamed in full over at Alternative Press. The six-track, jarring and emotional effort is officially out today via Twelve Gauge Records and can be purchased at this location. While you’re spending your hard-earned money, stream the record at this location. The next 11 minutes is going to be wild.
I fucking adore Cancer Bats. They are one of my all-time favorite bands and are also one of the major reasons I love the country of Canada (right next to Hockey, poutine and Harley Morenstein’s beard). The band will be unleashing their new album Searching For Zero in March and the band has released a music video for their track “True Zero.” You can check out that video below. Continue reading →
Youth Funeral have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, See You When I See You, over at Noisey. The new track, titled “Weak But Warm”, cycles back and forth between serene, clean guitar strums and hyperactive barrages of knife-sharp riffs in its short, 84-second duration. Stream the track for yourself at this location.
See You When I See You will be released on January 27.
Circa Survive, Balance And Composure will be hitting the road alongside Chon this spring for a pretty hefty tour. The bands will kick off the tour in mid-March and it will run through until early May. I’m not too familiar with Chon, but seeing Circa Survive and Balance And Composure should be enticement enough. Check out all of the dates below. Continue reading →
San Diego post-hardcore/sludge hybrid Griever have announced the release of their debut full length and follow up to their 2011 Inferior EP and 2013 three-way split between VYGR and At Our Heels. The new record will bear the title Our Love Is Different and will be released on February 24 via Vitriol Records. The album was recorded by Tommy Garcia and Alex Jacobelli, mixed by Jacobelli and mastered by Nick Zampiello (Converge, Coliseum, etc), and will feature nine new bottom-heavy anthems in the vein of Torche, Karp and the like. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with a stream of the Inferior EP.
I have loved Funeral For A Friend for years now and I can’t wait to hear the bands new record Chapter And Verse, but to tide me over, the band has released a music video for their song “Pencil Pusher.” The video was directed by Ryan Mackfall and it’s not only really well made, it’s really funny. This band does so much good, I don’t think they’ll let me down now. Continue reading →
French metallic post-hardcore/noise rock hybrids Death Engine have announced the release of their debut full length record and follow up to 2013 debut EP, Amen. The new record will bear the title Mud and will be released through Throatruiner and Apocaplexy Records on March 2nd. The band have released the first taste of the record, the track “Still”(with accompanying music video), which can be streamed after the break.
A stream of their debut, Amen, can be found below as well.
Michigan post-hardcore/emo heavyweights La Dispute have announced a handful of spring co-headlining tour dates with Pennsylvanian punks Title Fight. The 11-date trek will commence on March 21st in Houston and will see the bands supported by The Hotelier on all dates. You can check out the touring schedule after the break.
La Dispute‘s most recent effort, Rooms of the House, is available now.
New Hampshire screamo outfit Youth Funeral have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, See You When I See You, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The new track, entitled “When It Pours”, is a two-minute kick in the teeth that is raw, rambunctious, emotionally charged and often technical at times. Check out the face-melting jam for yourself at this location.
See You When I See You will be released on January 27th via Twelve Gauge Records. The EP’s track listing can be seen after the break.
New Zealand atmospheric post-hardcore quintet, Spook the Horses, have announce the release of their sophomore full length album. The album will be titled Rainmaker and will be released independently through the band’s themselves in February 2015. The record was tracked live with James Goldsmith (So So Modern, etc), mixed by Sam Sproull (Cairo Knife Fight, etc) and was mastered by Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna, The Ocean, etc). A track from the forthcoming release, “Flood”, can be streamed and downloaded for free after the break.
The cover art for Rainmaker and the band’s forthcoming tour dates can be seen after the break.
Last month, post-hardcore band Polar released their phenomenal record Shadowed By Vultures and the band has followed it up with a nicely constructed live video for the track “Bloodlines.” This is my favorite track off of the album, so I am super stoked that they chose to release a video for it. You can check out the video after the jump. Do it. Or Batman will hunt you in your sleep. Continue reading →
Insane post-whatever-math-techy-core powerhouse Toothgrinder released their new album Schizophrenic Jubilee today and if you thought that was all you would get from them, you were very wrong. The band also released a killer new music video today to coincide the albums release. The video is for the track “The Hour Angle,” one of my favorite tracks from the album. This band has crafted one of my favorite albums of the year and they make very spastic and cool music videos. Check out the new one below. Continue reading →
Melodic hardcore/post-hardcore act Xerxes will unleash the full force of their new album Collision Blonde next Tuesday, but if you’re an impatient fuck, you can check it out right now! The band has released the whole album for the world to enjoy and that is exactly what you will be doing: enjoying it. I’ve listened to this album countless times already and it is definitely one of my favorite albums of the year, so if you trust my taste, trust in Xerxes. Stream or die, bitches. Continue reading →
New York post-hardcore outfit Descender have released two new tracks that were recorded back in August at Converse Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn, New York. The new tracks include the driving hammer-to-the-face “Lights Down” and the slow-building, melodic “Short Breaths”. The new tracks can be streamed after the break along with the band’s 2012 EP, And So We Marched.