STICK TO YOUR GUNS Release Music Video For New Track “Nobody”

maxresdefaultStick To Your Guns will be releasing their new album next February and the band has stepped into promotion of the album very early. The band has release a music video for a new single titled “Nobody,”* which I really dig. I’ve always liked this band and I think the vibe they currently have going for them is pretty rad. If the rest of the album sounds anything like “Nobody,” I’m in for the long haul. You can check out the video for the track after the jump. It’s pretty cool.

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WE CAME AS ROMANS Release Music Video For TAYLOR SWIFT Cover

wecameasromansWhile I am not a fan of We Came As Romans, I was intrigued when I heard that they had released their cover of Taylor Swift‘s “I Knew You Were Trouble” that will be featured on the upcoming Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6. The songs on the compilation are almost always awful, but I love it nonetheless because bad covers are my bread and butter. If you’re interested in how this track sounds, check out the music video for We Came As Romans‘ cover of “I Knew You Were Trouble” after the jump.     Continue reading

MOGWAI Announce New EP “Music Industry 3. Fitness Industry 1.”, Stream New Track

Mogwai have announced the release of a new EP entitled Music Industry 3. Fitness Industry 1. which will follow up the band’s most recent full length, Rave Tapes, which was released earlier this year. The new EP will feature three new songs and three remixes by the likes of Blanck Mass, Pye Corner Audio and Nils Frahm. The EP will be released digitally and on CD and LP on December 1st via Rock Action The EP’s track listing and the band’s forthcoming fall tour can be seen after the break.

Mogwai have also provided a stream of opening track off the of the forthcoming release, “Teenage Exorcists”, which can be streamed below.

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BURNT BELIEF (PORCUPINE TREE) Streaming New Track “Précis”

The instrumental collaboration between Porcupine Tree bassist Colin Edwin and guitarist/composer Jon Durant, Burnt Belief, have released a new track from their forthcoming record over at Pop Matters. The new track is entitled “Précis” and it will be featured on the duo’s sophomore album, Etymology, which is due out October 21st via Alchemy Records. The track is a progressive, dynamic jazz number that is highly complex and highly catchy. Edwin had the following comments on the track:

“‘Précis’ seemed like an appropriate title, as it condenses the ingredients that make Burnt Belief what it is: deep atmospheres, unexpected twists, dynamic changes and the evidence of Jon and myself reacting to each other.”

Feel free to stream the new track after the break and place your pre-order for the record at this location.

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PITY SEX Announce Split 7″ With ADVENTURES, Stream New Track “Acid Reflex”

Adventures__Pity_Sex_-_SplitMichigan indie-rockers Pity Sex have announced that they will be releasing a split 7″ with Code Orange side project Adventures. I love both of these bands, so I am stoked that they will be not only releasing new music, but that they will be together on wax. Freakin’ sweet, right? Well, don’t think that Pity Sex stopped at just that awesome announcement. The band is also streaming a rad new track titled “Acid Reflex,” which you can check out after the jump. It’s amazing. Simple as that.     Continue reading

Happy Diving Streaming New Song “Sad Planet”

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It’s difficult to reconcile that Happy Diving has only been a band for a little under a year. With only a four track demo out so far, the criminally unknown East Bay, California band embody a natural propensity for eased songwriting with catchy hooks and melodies that suggest a band in the long term, combining the groove and drive of early Weezer and California X alongside the depressive morose of shoegaze and dream pop into a unique concoction all their own. Today brings the second single, “Sad Planet”, off of the group’s recently announced, upcoming debut LP, Big World, recorded earlier this year with producer Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Whirr). It’s a track that’s more of the same, in a best way possible. Stream “Sad Planet” along with the first single “Weird Dream” below and pre-order Big World, due October 21st via Father/Daughter Records, here.

THE WORLD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE & I AM NO LONGER AFRAID TO DIE To Release New EP “Between Bodies” Featuring Chris Zizzamia

Connecticut post-rock/emo collective The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die have announced the release of a new eight track EP. The new EP, which will be released on October 7th, will be entitled Between Bodies and will be a collaborative effort between the band and spoken-word artist Chris Zizzamia. The release’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break.

The band will also be heading out on tour this Fall with support from You Blew It!, Citizen, Hostage Claim, the Grizzly, Rozwell Kid and The Hotelier on select dates. Those dates can be found after the break as well.

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MY BROTHER THE WIND Release New Album Trailer

Swedish fully-improvisational progressive rockers My Brother The Wind have released a new trailer for their forthcoming album, Once There Was a Time When Time and Space Were One, which is due out on October 14th. The clip previews some material from the upcoming record, and it sounds like it will be quite the epic affair. You can check out the trailer after the break.

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BLACKWOLFGOAT Streaming New Album “Drone Maintenance”

The new album from experimental act Blackwolfgoat, Drone Maintenance, can now be streamed in full over at Decibel. Despite the album’s title, Drone Maintenance is not strictly drone. The album is full of solo guitar work that combines elements of psychedelia, folk and others along with loud reverberating drones. The album is officially out today via Small Stone Recordings and you can get your copy at this location. Be sure to stream the record first over at Decibel.

AA Exclusive: Stream MAID MYRIAD’s “Encircled”

Akron, Ohio’s self-dubbed kaleidoscopic rock trio Maid Myriad will be releasing their debut full length album, With Haste On Its Breath, on October 7th via Nefarious Industries. The band combines an array of influences, including progressive rock and 90’s post-hardcore/emo, into a dynamic and emotional display of alternative rock mastery. We at American Aftermath are proud to premiere the opening number from the album, “Encircled”. The track’s dream-like verses, driving riffs that close out the track and Jeff Klemm’s near angelic vocals are sure to be stuck in your head all day. In fact, we guarantee that. Check out the track after the break.

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JAYE JAYLE (YOUNG WIDOWS) Streaming New 7″ “The Beast Keeps Cool”

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Jaye Jayle, the solo project of Young Widows frontman Evan Patterson, will be releasing a new 7″ single entitled The Beast Keeps Cool on September 9th via Jade Tree Records. Brooklyn Vegan have premiered the single and its B-side “It’s Jayle Time” and the video for “The Beast Keeps Cool”. In contrast to Young Widows abrasive blues/noise-rock hybrid, Jaye Jayle is more psychedelic in sound and calls to mind the psychedelic-based bands of the 60’s and even the band Grails at times. Check it out for yourself at Brooklyn Vegan.