Between The Buried And Me‘s frontman Tommy Rogers has a new record coming out November 4th under his Giles moniker called Velcro_Kid via Sumerian Records.
You can check out the first single “Strangers In A Paranoid Mind” which has a heavy industrial-vibe below. Also, look for current tour mates Devin Townsend guest on the song “Gazer.”
Velcro Kid comes out November 4, and you can pre-order it here.
“Metallica were the first band, in 2008, to celebrate Record Store Day with an appearance at their local record store, and have released RSD and BF titles at record stores throughout the history of Record Store Day, making them a very good choice to be the Ambassador…”
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You can stream Punchline’s new LP and Invogue Records debut, Thrilled below.
The band’s first new album in 3 years will be released on vinyl, CD and all digital formats. You can pick up Punchline’s Thrilled on iTunes HERE or on Amazon HERE.
DEC 15– Cleveland Heights, OH- Grog Shop
DEC 16– Baltimore, MD- Ottobar
DEC 17– New York, NY- The Studio at Webster Hall
DEC 18– Pittsburgh, PA- Altar Bar
DEC 20– Philadelphia, PA- Underground Arts (supporting BAYSIDE)
What others are saying about Punchline’s ‘Thrilled’:
“From classic pop-punk jams to contemporary pop tunes, from electronic flourishes to indie influences, this is the ever-evolving group’s most eclectic effort yet.”- Absolutepunk.net
“On their new song, “Tell Me How You Sleep” they’ve gone full on electropop — a far, far cry from a band that once crafted guitar-based hooks without any hit of synthesizer.”- Billboard
Earlier today, Brand New released new song “Mene” available to download for free from their website, for limited time only.
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August Burns Red‘s new song “The Wake” can be streamed below:
The track listing for the band’s seventh studio album (and first for Fearless Records) Found In Far Away Places can be seen below.
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If Rise Again sounds too much like Stabbing Westward, it’s because singer Christopher Hall and keyboardist/programmer Walter Flaka were original members and the key songwriters of Stabbing Westward. They stated that their intention was to deliver an album that brought back the early Stabbing Westward sound that fans had been asking for. The Dreaming is rounded out with guitarist Carlton Bost (Orgy, Deadsy), bassist Brent Ashley (Static-X) and one-time Stabbing Westward drummer Johnny Haro.
Continue reading Album Review: The Dreaming – ‘Rise Again’