Thursday, July 28, 2011

Update + Interviews From Warped Tour

>> Hey guys! I haven't posted in a couple of days, and there's actually a good reason for that. I attended the Vans Warped Tour on 7/23/11 in Uniondale, NY. The next night (7/24), I saw Hit The Lights, With The Punches, This Condition, Bellwether, & others at Ollie's Point. These were two incredible, time consuming, and energy draining events. I have no regrets about attending, in fact those were two of the best days I've had in a long time. However, I do feel bad about the frequency (or lack thereof) of my updates on here as a result.

>> I still have to finish my reviews of both events, but yesterday I did finish uploading my interviews from Warped Tour. I had the chance to talk to members of The Wonder Years, Enter Shikari, Go Radio, D.R.U.G.S., Moving Mountains, and Shiragirl. That's 3 times the amount of interviews I did last year, and I couldn't be happier with the way they all turned out. You can view all 6 interviews here, and a performance video of Enter Shikari below.

>> I also have plenty of videos from the Hit The Lights show, including one of HTL performing a brand new song. This video has actually been featured on and several other music news sites, so it's about time I actually post it on my own website. Keep in mind that the quality of these videos isn't the greatest because I was so close to the stage, but even with such poor quality, you should be able to tell how incredible the new Hit The Lights song is. I was honestly blown away, and I absolutely cannot wait to hear more from this band. You can view my videos of Hit The Lights and With The Punches from 7/24/11 here, and you can see HTL performing their new song "Gravity" below.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Blessthefall to Release 'Awakening' in October

>> Earlier today, Blessthefall announced that their new album, Awakening, will be released on October 4th, 2011 through Fearless Records. The track listing and artwork for the album can be seen below a message from the band:

Hey everyone!

The new album news you have all been waiting for is finally here!

We are releasing our new album AWAKENING on October 4th via Fearless Records! We are so stoked with how it came out and cant wait for you all to get your hands on it! You can check out the making of Awakening on our 3 YouTube studio videos that we released in June. Keep your eyes and ears opened for pre-order information to make sure you get your hands on the album first!


See us this summer on The All Stars Tour and this fall on our European headlining tour with Pierce The Veil and Motionless In White!

Spread the word, tell all your friends!

Follow us on Twitter @BLESSTHEFALL to get all the news first!

Thanks for all your love and support.


Awakening Track listing:
  1. Awakening
  2. Promised Ones
  3. Bottomfeeder
  4. I'm Bad News, in the Best Way
  5. The Reign
  6. 40 Days...
  7. Bones Crew
  8. Don't Say Goodbye
  9. Undefeated
  10. 'Till the Death of Me
  11. Flatline
  12. Meet Me at the Gates
>> Make sure to catch Blessthefall on The All Stars Tour this summer! Click here to see the full list of dates.

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The All Stars Tour - Featuring Alesana, Emmure, blessthefall, & more

>> Who's stoked for The All Stars Tour?! It kicked off tonight in Houston, TX and will run across the country until its final stop in Portland, OR on August 27th. The line up for this tour is tremendous, featuring bands like Alesana, Emmure, iwrestledabearonce, Motionless In White, Chelsea Grin, Memphis May Fire, Born Of Osiris, Sleeping With Sirens, For All Those Sleeping, blessthefall, In This Moment, For Today, and more. Check out the poster and full list of dates for the tour below.

The All Stars Tour 2011:
7/21/11 -Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
7/22/11 -Mission, TX @ Las Palmas Racepark w/ Scream The Prayer
7/23/11 -San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live w/ Scream The Prayer
7/24/11 -Dallas, TX @ The Palladium Ballroom w/ Scream The Prayer
7/26/11 -Louisville, KY @ Expo Five
7/27/11 -Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
7/28/11 -Chicago, IL @ Congress Theatre
7/29/11 -Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Theatre
7/30/11 -Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Club / The Rave
7/31/11 -St. Paul, MN @ Station 4 Outdoors
8/02/11 -Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
8/03/11 -Montreal, QC @ Theatre Olympia
8/04/11 -Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
8/05/11 -Poughkeepsie, NY @ Mid Hudson Civic Center
8/06/11 -Fitchburg, MA @ Central Mass Expo Center
8/07/11 -Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
8/09/11 -Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
8/10/11 -Richmond, VA @ The National
8/11/11 -Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore
8/12/11 -Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues
8/13/11 -Orlando, FL @ Plaza 'LIVE'
8/14/11 -Pensacola, FL @ Seville Quarter Party Plaza
8/17/11 -Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
8/18/11 -Scottsdale, AZ @ Venue of Scottsdale
8/19/11 -San Diego, CA @ Soma
8/20/11 -Anaheim, CA @ The Grove
8/21/11 -Las Vegas, NV @ Rock The Block
8/23/11 -San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
8/24/11 -Sacramento CA @ Ace Of Spades
8/26/11 -Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
8/27/11 -Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Tour Dates: Circa Survive + Maps and Atlases, States, Sleeper Agent

>> Circa Survive have announced details of their upcoming fall tour. Beginning in late September, the band will travel across the country with support from Maps And Atlases, States, and Sleeper Agent. This will be the band's last tour before heading into the studio to record their fourth full-length album. Pre-sales start on Thursday July 21st at noon, and general sales start on on Saturday July 23rd at noon. Dates can be seen below a message from Circa Survive:
Greetings Creatures,

As many of you know, we've been at home writing a new album. It's going so great, however we miss you all a little too much and have decided to hit the road again this fall! This will be our last tour before we record our 4th full length, and will give a chance for us to get out of dodge…maybe even show you a new jam or two!

We're Stoked to have our friends Maps And Atlases, States, and Sleeper Agent out with us. As you'll see, we're trying to hit a bunch of cities we weren't able to reach on our last headliner. The full list of tour dates is below.

So excited to see all your faces and party with you, this tour is going to be awesome. GET EXCITED!


Circa Survive Fall Tour Dates:
9/22/11: Chameleon - Lancaster, PA *
9/23/11: Headliners - Toledo, OH *
9/24/11: The Loft - Lansing, MI *
9/25/11: Durty Nellies - Palatine, IL*
9/27/11: The Majestic Theatre - Madison , WI*
9/28/11: The Blue Note - Columbia, MO *
9/30/11: Slowdown - Omaha, NE *
10/01/11: Aggie Theatre - Fort Collins, CO *
10/02/11: Fox Theatre & Cafe - Boulder, CO *
10/04/11: Senator Theatre - Chico, CA *
10/05/11: Rio Theatre - Santa Cruz, CA *
10/07/11: Fox Theatre - Pomona, CA *
10/08/11: The Rock - Tucson, AZ *
10/09/11: Sunshine Theatre - Albuquerque, NM *
10/11/11: Jake’s Sports Cafe - Lubbock, TX *
10/12/11: Mohawk - Austin, TX *
10/14/11: The Marquee - Tulsa, OK *
10/15/11: New Daisy Theatre - Memphis, TN *
10/16/11: Expo Five - Louisville, KY **
10/18/11: Rams Head Live - Baltimore, MD **
10/20/11: Higher Ground-Showcase Lounge - South Burlington, VT **
10/21/11: Pearl Street Ballroom - Northampton, MA **
10/22/11: Club Infinity - Williamsville, NY **
10/23/11: Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ **
10/25/11: The Crazy Donkey - Farmingdale, NY **
10/26/11: Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA **
All dates with Maps and Atlases
*w/ special guest States **w/ special guest Sleeper Agent

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Set It Off Sign to Equal Vision, Announce Re-Release, Premiere Video

>> It's official - Set It Off has signed to Equal Vision Records. In addition, the band announced that they will re-release a remastered version of their EP, Horrible Kids, on August 30, 2011 through Equal Vision. The enhanced album will feature a previously unreleased track, titled “Chase It!,” as well as music videos for “Breathe In, Breathe Out” and “@Reply”. You can pre-order the EP with exclusive merch starting today at

Horrible Kids Track Listing:
  1. Breathe In, Breathe Out
  2. End In Tragedy
  3. Ashley’s Song
  4. @Reply
  5. Horrible Kids
  6. I Think It’s Arrogance
  7. Third Wheel
  8. Missing You
  9. Chase It!
Bonus music videos:
  1. Breathe In, Breathe Out
  2. @Reply

>> Set It Off also premiered their new video for "Breathe In, Breathe Out" today. Check it out below.

>> Be sure to catch the band at the Vans Warped Tour on the following dates:
07/28/11 - Charlotte, NC @ Verizon Lounge
07/29/11 - Orlando, FL @ Central Florida Fairgrounds
07/30/11 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Cruzan Amphitheatre
07/31/11 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Vinoy Park
08/01/11 - Atlanta, GA @ Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakeside
08/02/11 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center

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Monday, July 18, 2011

Cobra Starship to Release New Album in August

>> Cobra Starship will release their upcoming album, Night Shades, on August 30th, 2011 through Decaydance and Fueled By Ramen. View the artwork, track listing, and more below.

Track listing:
  1. You Belong To Me
  2. You Make Me Feel . . . (Feat. Sabi)
  3. #1Nite (Feat. Ryan Tedder)
  4. Fool Like Me (Feat. The Plasticines)
  5. Anything For Love
  6. Middle Finger
  7. Don’t Blame The World, It’s The DJ’s Fault
  8. Fucked In Love
  9. Disaster Boy
  10. Schwick (Feat. Jump Into The Gospel)

>> Check out Cobra Starship's music video for "You Make Me Feel..." featuring Sabi below!

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Tour Dates: Basement with Such Gold and Daylight

>> UK-based Basement will be touring the US next month with support from Such Gold and Daylight. View the dates and tour poster below.


Basement + Such Gold
8/9/11 - Buffalo, NY @ Sugar City
8/10/11 - Ashtabula, OH @ West End Art Space
8/11/11 - Detroit, MI @ Fucking Awesome Fest
8/12/11 - Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
8/13/11 - Columbus, OH @ Skylab Art Gallery
8/14/11 - Wilmington, NC @ 16 Taps
8/15/11 - Norfolk, VA @ Jewish Mother Backstage
8/16/11 - Baltimore, MD @ TBA
8/17/11 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary
8/18/11 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes
8/19/11 - Rutland, VT @ Merchants Hall*
*no Basement

Basement + Daylight
8/19/11 – Quakertown, PA @ TBA
8/20/11 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Archeron
8/21/11 – Amityville, NY @ Broadway Bar
8/22/11 – Albany, NY @ Bogies
8/23/11 – Providence, RI @ TBA
8/24/11 – New Britain, CT @ The Hall
8/25/11 – Framingham, MA @ Chop Shop
8/26/11 – Clinton, NJ @ The Aquifer
8/27/11 – Altoona, PA @ Masonic Hall*
8/28/11 – Wilkes Barre, PA @ Redwood Art Space
*Basement only

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Thursday, July 14, 2011

NGHBRS Added To Do America Tour

>> The Do America Tour featuring Anarbor, Valencia, and Conditions kicks off tomorrow night. Those attending the tour later on are in luck - NGHBRS has been added to several tour dates, which can be seen below. In addition, NGHBRS are releasing a deluxe version of their Hellomind EP on August 2 featuring two new songs recorded by Dan Gluszak (ex-Envy On The Coast) and producer Bryan Russell. Check out the band's teaser video on YouTube.

NGHBRS w/ Anarbor, Valencia, & Conditions:
07/31/11 - Altar Bar - Pittsburgh, PA
08/01/11 - Grog Shop - Cleveland, OH
08/03/11 - Highline Ballroom - New York, NY - CD RELEASE SHOW
08/04/11 - The Chance - Poughkeepsie, NY
08/05/11 - Webster Underground - Hartford, CT
08/06/11 - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA
08/07/11 - North Star Bar - Philadelphia, PA
08/08/11 - The Ottobar - Baltimore, MD

>> Do yourself a favor - don't miss out on these shows! The line up is killer, and in case you didn't know, NGHBRS puts on an incredible show every time. Click here to see the full list of dates for the Do America Tour.

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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

New Album from Never Shout Never

>> Details of Never Shout Never's upcoming album have been announced! Time Travel, NSN's first record as a full band, will be released on September 20th through Sire/Loveway. The album artwork and teaser video can be seen below.

Check out the quick album teaser !
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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Album Review: Self Titled EP by New County

>> New County will release their new Self Titled EP on July 12th. Based on their previous release, 2010's Lives We Lead, this new EP is definitely something to look forward to.
For fans of: Big Time Rush, The Summer Set, The Cab

>> The EP starts out strong with "Open Up To Me." This song just screams summer - it's fun, upbeat, and a great addition to any party playlist. "She Can't Keep Away" sounds like something you would hear from The Cab. It's catchy, and the vocals are virtually flawless, especially towards the end of the track. The band slows things down a bit with "Go," but this song is far from boring. New County takes this opportunity to embrace the fact that they are a boy band, and in doing so create the most emotionally charged track on the EP. It's somewhat reminiscent of Big Time Rush, but with a kick of something only New County could create.

>> The band begins to pick up the tempo with "It's A Shame" featuring Rebekah White. (You can view the lyric video for the song here.) The piano and female vocals in the beginning of this song help to accent the obvious passion and feeling that went into writing it. The energy picks up almost immediately, making it likely to get stuck in your head. "Same Side" is by far the sweetest song on this EP. Making this song the last track was a wonderful decision because once it's over, you'll want to listen to the whole thing again and again.

>> With this EP, New County successfully redefine the term boy band. They manage to provide everything you could ever want from a pop album while also maintaining a sound that is purely New County. Overall, this EP is something the band should be proud of, and something listeners will want to have on repeat.

>> Can't wait to hear the new songs? No problem! You can stream "Go" and "Open Up To Me" on the band's Purevolume. You can also download "Open Up To Me" for free by signing up for the New County mailing list at If you're from the Philadelphia, PA area, go to New County's EP release show at the Trocadero on July 9th! You'll receive a free copy of the EP with admission. Click here for more information.

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Monday, July 4, 2011

Interview: Nifty Breed

>> "We're Nifty Breed, the local Long Island rock band you've never heard of." If the band's name didn't catch my attention, this introduction certainly did. Nifty Breed provides a breath of fresh air in a society so obsessed with what's on the radio. I'm willing to bet even those of us who strive to know as many "unknown" artists as possible have missed this band. Now's your chance to see what you've been missing. With influences like Nirvana and a sound like no other, Nifty Breed are ready to hit the studio and get the recognition they deserve.

Introduce yourselves.
(me) Matty - 19 - vocals.guitar
Alex - 21 - guitar
Brian - 20 - bass
Jordan - 20 - drums

Who are some of your biggest musical influences?
As a band, some of our biggest musical influences are Silverchair, Nirvana, 311, At the Drive-In, Incubus and a wide array of other musical acts of various genres.

How long has your band been together?
This line up of Nifty Breed has been together for about 3 years but the band under this name has been around a bit longer than that. This was due to line up changes and whatnot.

Who named the band? Is there a story behind the name?
I guess I (Matty) named the band. I was thinking about what to change the name to from the previous name and one day I thought about how when every kid is younger they want to start a club called something like the Cool Kids Club. Never really mattered if the kids were cool or not back then because it usually just consisted of friends. Well, by way of thesaurus, I found a synonym for cool was "nifty" and a synonym for kids was "breed" and I just put the two together. The idea was kind of a goof but I mentioned it to Brian (our bassist) and he said "It doesn't suck!" so we picked that name and it was finalized when we ordered stickers (which we still have for free!)

What sets your music apart from everything else out there?
A lot of bands out there now usually find a style that works and stick to it. Musically we strive to be diverse. We try not to make every song sound similar, something which I feel a large amount of bands have been doing lately. As much as we try to maintain melody, we can also be pretty heavy, so there is this blend of catchiness and heaviness in some of our songs that can appeal to various types of people. Basically, to expect certain music from us is not wise because we are constantly experimenting and trying out new styles and sounds.

Do you have a specific method or process when it comes to writing?
It used to be that I (Matty) would come in to practices with complete songs written and we would just work them out for live shows. But, as of late, we have been combining ideas at practices to formulate the songs and it has been working out really well. I'll come in with a basic concept and everyone else will show me things that might fit with that original idea or someone else will have the original idea. Basically we all contribute ideas and piece them together to make the songs. Collaboration has proven very beneficial to us as a band.

What are some of the obstacles you have faced so far as a band?
The biggest obstacle, even now, is shows. Here on Long Island, it is really hard for a band to get noticed because a lot of places aren't doing business the right way. For us, we aren't really into pay to play which has become a big practice around here, so we try to avoid that as much as possible, but that counts out a decent amount of shows and venues we can play. We work around it the best we can and so far we've been able to get pretty good gigs. But the music scene out here has basically become a "It's who you know" kind of deal. Also, getting a record out has been tough. We had to get the right line up together before we could even consider a record and now that we have that, we just had to find the right place and have the right songs and everything. Now we have all of the songs and we are recording our debut full length album at Killingsworth Recording Company in Farmingdale, NY with some good guys so hopefully everyone likes the record because it's been a long time coming.

What motivates you to keep going when times get tough?
A good show can really pull us out of a funk. That and writing a really great new song that you love. We've definitely had tough times before but good shows and great new songs really make the difference. They make you look at your band and realize why you keep going.

What are some goals you want to accomplish with your music?
We really just want as many people to hear it as possible. We're not looking for fame or fans worldwide or anything, we just want a lot of people to hear us and hopefully those people will like it. I think our one true goal, as is the case with most bands, is that we can make this a full time thing. If we could live off of this band we'd be happy campers.

What are your plans for the summer?
As I mentioned before we are about to record in August. That album should be killer and I hope everyone who wants it buys a copy. We're really proud of the songs we've got written for it. As for shows, we have nothing too big officially booked but please keep an eye out on the facebook page ( for show announcements and whatnot. I check and update the page constantly so that is the best resource for information. But our main summer plans are getting this record done.

What is your favorite part about being in this band?
I think my favorite part of being in this band is how I've seen it grown. There were so many line up changes, name changes and different songs through the years, I was afraid things wouldn't work out. This was before Nifty Breed, as I've been personally trying to keep a band together since I was 11. But even this line up has evolved from a group of guys having a good time to a band of serious musicians who want to see this band make something of itself. I couldn't be happier about that.

Is there anything else you want to say?
Just that if people listen to Nifty Breed and like it, please tell your friends! The best way to promote a band is by word of mouth. So if you like the tunes, grab a friend and show us to them and maybe they might like us and show us to a friend of theirs and so on and so forth. Just pay it forward!

Fan Submissions:

If you were stuck on a deserted island, what three things would you bring with you? (via Mike R.)
Acoustic guitar
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (book)

What's the funniest thing that has ever happened at one of your shows? - (via Amy N.)
Jordan, our drummer, will sometimes ask the audience to request a drum solo so he can play one. They rarely request one, but it is hilarious to hear him try and get them to!

What do you like to do for fun? (via Sara M.)
As a band we usually hang out after practice. Get lunch and just goof around. Band adventures are usually loads of fun, so we'll drive off somewhere for food or go to a music store together or something. Just hang out.

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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Plug In Stereo announce Nothing To Something Tour

>> Plug In Stereo will be hitting the road in August on the Something To Nothing Tour. The tour will cover the west coast and will feature support from Weatherstar and Bird By Bird. Dates can be seen below.

8/5/11 - Seattle , WA @ El Corazon - Small Room
8/6/11 - Portland , OR @ Hawthorne Theater
8/7/11 - Sparks , NV @ The Alley
8/8/11 - Boise , ID @ The Venue
8/9/11 - Salt Lake City , UT @ Mojo's Gallery
8/11/11 - Mesa , AZ @ The Underground Theater
8/12/11 - San Diego , CA @ Soma
8/13/11 - West Hollywood, CA @ On The Rox
8/14/11 - Upland , CA @ The Wire
8/17/11 - Bakersfield, CA @ Jerry's Pizza
8/18/11 - San Francisco, CA @ Slim's

>> Watch the lyric video for "A Love Like Mine" by Plug In Stereo if you haven't already.

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Pacific Ridge Records to Release Alkaline Trio Tribute Album

>> Pacific Ridge Records will release an Alkaline Trio Tribute album on August 30th, 2011. This two-disc release features covers from Bright and Early, Punchline, Koji, The Wonder Years, The Lion Faced Boy, and many more.
Now there's 39 artists from various generations and genres of music, some rookies, some grizzled veterans, some pop punk, some hardcore and some from the tree of Pac Ridge family. That being said, you won't like all the songs unless you slide nicely into the musically diverse side of the tolerant spectrum. But hopefully a few of the tracks give you that warm fuzzy feeling that you felt the first time you heard your favorite Alkaline Trio tune.

View the full track listing and artwork for the album below.

Track listing:

Disc One
  1. Spontaneo - Clavicle
  2. Bright & Early - Stupid Kid
  3. Punchline - Madam Me
  4. Allister - My Little Needle
  5. And Then There Were None - If You Had A Bad Time
  6. The Lion Faced Boy - You’re Dead
  7. The Material - Bleeder
  8. Joe Wilson - Goodbye Forever
  9. I Can Make A Mess Like Noboy’s Business - Southern Rock
  10. The Promise Hero - Sorry About That
  11. The SpacePimps - Jaked On Green Beers
  12. Jonah Matranga - I’m Dying Tomorrow
  13. Rob Huddleston (of Ann Beretta) - Help Me
  14. Into It. Over It. - Message From Kathlene
  15. My Arcadia - Maybe I’ll Catch Fire
  16. When We Team Up - WarBrain
  17. Hold For Swank - My Standard Break From Life
  18. Weatherstar - Radio
  19. Matt Brasch - Snake Oil Tanker
  20. The Wonder Years - Cooking Wine

Disc Two
  1. Barely Blind - Nose Over Tail (YouTube Clip)
  2. 2. The Catastrophe - Tuck Me In
  3. Floral Terrace - This Could Be Love
  4. August Premier - Sun Dials
  5. Jesse Ponnock - All On Black
  6. United Federation of Planets - Exploding Boy
  7. Rattlesnake Gunfight - Another Innocent Girl
  8. Promise of Redemption - Take Lots With Alcohol
  9. Ramona - You’ve Got So Far To Go
  10. Koji - She Took Him To The Lake
  11. The Story Changes - San Francisco
  12. The Icarus Account - ‘97
  13. Still Rings True - My Friend Peter
  14. The Composure - Sleepyhead
  15. Time & Distance - I Lied My Face Off
  16. Future Idiots - Sadie
  17. In Bloom - Keem ‘Em Coming
  18. Straight Outta’ Junior High - Fuck You Aurora
  19. Washington Square Park - Cop

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The Static Jacks to Release New Album in August

>> The Static Jacks will release their upcoming album, titled If You're Young, on August 30th, 2011 through Fearless Records. The tracklisting and artwork for the album can be seen below the following message from the band:

Hey everyone.

We're excited to finally reveal the album artwork and track listing for If You're Young! Dedicated superfans may recognize one or two of their old TSJ favorites in there, but fear not, superfans, for there's plenty of new material to dig into as well.

So in honor of this momentous day, we are releasing some more of the aforementioned new material for your listening pleasure. This is a song called "Relief", premiering now on Baeble Music. We hope you enjoy it.

  1. Defend Rosie
  2. Girl Parts
  3. Into The Sun
  4. My Parents Lied
  5. Sonata (Maybe We Can Work It Out)
  6. Walls (We Can't Work It Out)
  7. Mercy, Hallelujah
  8. Blood Pressure
  9. This Is Me Dancing
  10. Relief
  11. It's Such A Shame
  12. Drano-Ears

>> Can't wait for August 30th? Listen to the band's new song "Relief" now through Baeble Music.

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D.R.U.G.S. to release 'Live From Hot Topic' EP

>> Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.) will release a Live From Hot Topic EP on July 12th, 2011. The EP includes 5 songs from the band's debut album recorded live at a recent performance. The artwork and track listing can be seen below.

Track listing:
  1. The Only Thing You Talk About
  2. My Swagger Has A First Name
  3. Mr. Owl Ate My Metal Worm
  4. Graveyard Dancing
  5. If You Think This Song Is About You, It Probably Is

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