New music video by ALOMAR for the track, Hey Alexa. The song is on the the upcoming full-length, Soul Case, to be released through Small Mammal Records on cassette, July 5th (Pre-Order HERE). The album features 10 new songs. A nice follow up to 2016's, Midwestern. Yo, Eddie Gancos' vocals are sounding sweet as ever. Can't wait to hear the rest of the songs.
The EP, Darker Days, is the debut release of Enemy of the Sun. It's heavy, aggressive, and full of energy. Opening the EP is its' title track, with a wave of dissonant chords, ringing out alongside pulse pounding drums, awaiting an oncoming onslaught of struggles. It's a call-to-arms on the opening verse, vocals on point and everything else cued to 11. This track sets the framework for the rest of the EP – tons of crunchy guitars, double pedal action and energetic vocals. The occasional guitar lead takes the spotlight while a good mosh breakdown will happen from time to time (I LOVE THOSE). The message and themes are varied, covering quite a bit of ground, and are generally positive, but not without a struggle to help keep things on the right path. And although the oncoming days may seem bleak according to Enemy of the Sun, hey, it sounds pretty fucking great to me.
This new Kickstarter campaign just launched recently. New music from Craig's Brother. Hells yes. Let's make this happen.
This is Fea (FB HERE), a four-piece punk band from San Antonio, TX with members from Girl in a Coma. I was hoping to catch them play in Las Vegas during the summer. Encountered some delays, missed the show. Sample of the the record sounds dope. Won't miss this. Get into it.
An entire Survival Guide set! Excellent. She's also working on an album too. EXCELLENT!
In 2013, Spencer Moody put together a kickstarter campaign which unfortunately didn't meet its' goal. Regardless, he's still releasing new music anyway (yes!). A couple new solo tunes set to be released later this year through Riot House Records. I'm listening now. You should too. Also, a new Murder City Devils album is being mixed now, according to Moody. Hells. Yes.
The new album, Die Knowing, is amazing, breakdowns are intact and the gang-vocals are top notch. What's nice too is Scott Wade appears on a track (Full Swing). Really tight song, good to hear them share vocals again since the Insomnia track on Bullet Treatment Designated Vol.2. I'm loving Wasted Arrows, but Should Know Better is currently my jam. Nice video too, they know how to party.
The new album by Five Iron Frenzy is titled, Engine of a Million Plots, and is up for pre-order on itunes. Holy crap! I didn't forget that I pledged for their kickstarter, but I went ahead and made a pre-order anyway...I really wanted to hear a new track off of it. The new track is, So Far...dayum, it's a tight track. Horn section is fantastic, crisp guitars and bass, drums are tight, and Reese Roper's vocals are as lovely as ever.
Looks like they did release a couple singles last year. I thought I'd wait it out...I couldn't wait any longer. I basically just paid ten bucks for a single. Worth it...check it if ya got a chance. Five Iron Frenzy is back.
Oh! Yes! Agh!, by Challenger! is finally here! Well, not in its entirety, just yet! But you can stream, listen and download three lovely (oh so lovely!) tracks HERE or HERE. Pre-order the album HERE. Really lovely, oh so lovely, indie punk and pop rock. Oh and they also have music videos for a few tracks too. Check out the one for, Hot Knees. You'll love it :-D Get int it now.
Excellent hardcore from Ypsilanti, Michigan featuring dual aggressive and clean vocal action, heavy guitars and tons of melody. Some new tunes to get into. NOW.