Defeater’s music video for their track “Bastards” has arrived online. The track comes from their most recent effort Letters Home and is set to the Rob Soucy directed clip depicting a soldier in the heat of wartime battle. The video perfectly fits the band’s overall conceptual nature. You can check out the video after the break.
How the hell did this slip past me? I am a huge fan of Pariso and somehow the band released a new album back in July that I am just now hearing. This band works fast, as they released an album in May of 2012 as well. Consistently releasing amazing music, I don’t see why more people aren’t digging into Pariso. Seriously, go through their discography and tell me you don’t love it. Check out the bands latest offering Consanguinity after the jump. Continue reading »
Where the hell have I been? I have recently discovered Polar Bear Club for the first time and I can’t figure out why I haven’t listened to them until this point in my life. The band has been active since 2005 but I never gave them any notice until I received their new album Death Chorus which completely blew me away. Sure, it’s poppy and it’s not heavy, but it is really good. Continue reading »
Defeater have announced an extensive European and UK tour that will commence in the middle of January 2014. Support for this trek will come from Caspian and Goodtime Boys. Extra support will come from Landscapes (Euro dates only) and More Than Life (UK dates only). You can check out the full schedule after the break.
Hot Water Music have announced a handful of Northeast U.S headlining tour dates that will commence in early December. Support for the tour will come from your favorite sludge pop darlings Torche and O’Brother. I’d go if I were you. Check out the schedule after the break.
UK’s chaotic hardcore quartet Baby Godzilla have released a new music video for their track “Don’t Touch That Dial”. The song comes from their forthcoming 7″ of the same name, which can be purchased here. The video depicts the band tied to chairs and tortured strangely, probably for their own good. You can check out the video after the break and check out Ross’ review of “Knockout Machine”.
Circle Takes the Square have revealed the official dates for their forthcoming North American tour in support of their most recent effort, Decompositions: Volume One, which can be streamed after the break. The band will be supported by B. Dolan on select dates of the trek. You can view the entire schedule after the break.
Alternative Press have premiered the opening track from Strangelight’s (Thursday, Made Out of Babies, etc) debut EP 9 Days, which is out on October 8th via Sacrament Music. The song is entitled “Split and Divide” and is characterized by discordant riffs and atonal melodies. Head over to Alternative Press to check it out now and listen to “White Feather” here if you missed it.
Noisey have premiered the new music video for Letlive’s track “Younger”, which comes from their most recent album The Blackest Beautiful. The music video focuses on frontman Jason Butler as he confronts a street preacher and from there it escalates rather quickly and Butler simply goes nuts. You can view the whole video after the break.
I wanted Butler to cut someone’s ear off though…
Touché Amoré’s new record Is Survived By is officially out today and has already been met with warm reception. Spin have premiered the new music video for their track “Harbor” and you’d do well to watch it right meow. You can check out the new video after the jump and pick up Is Survived By today.