Hardcore, Metal, Punk and more
Check out the full stream of the new The Acacia Strain album “Death Is The Only Mortal” here.
It will be out October 9th, 2012 via Rise Records. Watch out!
The good old times are back! Gameface have released demos from their last record, 2003′s “Four To Go”.
Stream them here and catch the band this week at St. Vitus in Brooklyn and Irving Plaza in New York with Texas Is The Reason if you have the chance!
No Doubt recently performed “Settle Down” on The Jonathan Ross Show.
The track is featured on the band’s latest album, “Push And Shove”. Check out the video and let us know what you think!
Trash Talk have released a new song titled “Exile On Broadway” on Soundcloud.
Their new album 119 is out October 9 via Odd Future Records/Trash Talk Collective.
Shai Hulud are searching a new permanent vocalist, as Chad Gilbert will not be joining the band.
Read the following update which the band has posted on their site.
Deftones’ highly anticipated new album Koi No Yokan rapidly approaching its November 13 release, we’re excited to offer their new track “Tempest” in a free stream.
The debut single’s lyrical content is representative of something else that’s also rapidly approaching: December 2012 and the doomsday myth therein, which the band drew inspiration from while penning this tune.
In preparation for 2012’s most anticipated metal/hardcore album of the year, Boston’s (US) influential band Converge are currently streaming their 8th studio album “All We Love We Leave Behind”, available today via Epitaph Records (vinyl on Deathwish).
Fans are invited to stream the full new album that includes original art for each track by front-man Jacob Bannon.
Chicago’s (US) cult punk band, Alkaline Trio began recording this week at Blasting Room Studios in Fort Collins, Colorado with long-time friend and producer Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Rise Against, Hot Water Music).
“If someone would have told 20 years ago that I would be making a record with Bill Stevenson, I simply wouldn’t have believed it. Today we start. #amazing!” comments frontman Matt Skiba.
Foo Fighters fans can breathe a sigh of relief as lead singer, Dave Grohl, has released a public statement saying that the band is not breaking up, but simply taking a minor break.
This statement has also been published on the Foo Fighters Facebook Fanpage!
Crime In Stereo have officially announced they are reunited. Read their statement below.
The band’s first show back will be November 24 at The Gramercy Theatre in NYC with I Am The Avalanche and they will be recording and releasing new music again in the future.