Sorry about the poor activity in this blogs this 4 months, but here you have a brand new post
The amazing artrock band Warpaint just released a new video of their song Warpaint that coes in the album the fool(2011)
Here you have the video:
West Coast snotty pop-punk very reminiscient of old school 90's pop-punk! Members of: Adolescents, Shred Savage, Pterodactdudes, Drinkers Purgatory.It'd due out this month and we've got a stream of the band's new full length, Immortal.
Exclaim is reporting that number of Canadian artists and musicians have united to speak out against Enbridge's sponsorship of the upcoming Prairie Scene! Festival in Ottawa. The Prairie Artists Against Enbridge signatories, which feature Propagandhi, the Weakerthans, Comeback Kid and Greg MacPherson among its ranks, is calling on the National Arts Centre to reconsider partnering with the oil giant. The letter, which you can read in full on Propagandhi's website, points to Enbridge's environmental record. This includes a July 26, 2010 incident involving a pipeline which burst along Michigan's Kalamazoo River, as well as a proposed 1,200 kilometre pipeline that would carry crude oil from Edmonton to Kitimat, BC. Prairie Scene! is the largest gathering of Manitoba and Saskatchewan based-artists outside of the Prairies. The festival will take place in Ottawa, Ontario from April 26 to May 8.
Amoré will enter the studio in February to track their sophomore full-length, Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me. The recording will be helmed by Ed Rose (the Get Up
Kids, the Appleseed Cast, Coalesce), and is expected on Deathwish later this year.
The LP will follow 2009's ...To the Beat of a Dead Horse on 6131 Records/Collect, though the band has released splits with La Dispute (No Sleep Records) and Make Do and Mend (6131 Records/Panic Records) in the interim.
The band have a few shows coming up as well.
|02/06: Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy (Benefit for One Life One Chance) w/ H2O, Set Your Goals, and more|
|03/20: Dallas, TX @ Club Dada w/ Wild Flag, The Greenhorns, Dom|
Two clips from Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of
Fishbone have appeared online. The film is a new documentary about genre-hopping outfit Fishbone. The clips
include segments with No Doubt's Gwen Stefani, Laurence Fishburne (as narrator), Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea, Damon Wayans, Ice-T and Perry Farrell.
Both clips come courtesy of Turnstyle News.
Krazy Fest would be returning in 2011 after being discontinued in 2004. Organizers have just confirmed the first six bands who will be playing the festival, set to take place from May 20th - 23rd at the Expo 5 in Louisville, KY. Those bands are Samiam, Chamberlain, Bouncing Souls,Anti-Flag, Bane and By the Grace of God.
The Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon has announced a bevy of details regarding his new side project, The Horrible Crowes. The band, which consists of Fallon and Gaslight guitar tech Ian Perkins, is the "nighttime music" project to which Fallon alluded last year. In an entry on his blog, Fallon described the sonic direction of the songs: "Check it out, it's a dark commentary on life. A knight dies, his woman runs off on him, and two crows sit by discussing how to devour his remains... pretty gross. Pretty accurate about how we struggle all our lives for gain and greed, etc, etc and in the end, to quote Tom Waits, "we're all gonna be just dirt in the ground," while the spirit moves on and can't take a bit of the material with it. Yet I've found we all do this, and mainly in relationships, we end up the devourer or the devoured. That's what we're singing about, it's the darker side of soul music, it's slow, it slithers, and it's raw. At the same time, the melodies and pianos are a juxtaposition to the topic material because it's eerily soothing. ... if Tom Waits, the National, the Afghan Whigs, Bon Iver, and Nick Cave made a band with Percy Sledge that'd be called The Horrible Crowes."
Coming soon in 2/5/2011 from 1:02 am to 2:02 am the terror fest will be hosted by RockmiNi at Balai Rakyat Depok 2. Tis event is for artists and band gigs
List: Paper Gangster, Final Attack , Brave Heart , Outright , Death Olympia , Death for Glory , Blooded Suicide , Burning Flame , Beauty Kill The Beast, Speak Up , Konflik , Noise Addict , Kurdi
, Rockmini and Summer Stereo
The Frustrators, a side project from Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt, were working on a new EP. I learned today that the EP will be titled Griller and will be released on
February 18 on 7" vinyl through Dr. Strange Records, and on both CD and digital formats through Adeline Records. The release is the band's first since 2002's Achtung Jackass.
In addition to the EP, the band will be doing a short tour of California alongside Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children MacNuggits.
At this point in time, “kids” is a bit of a misnomer when it comes to The Get Up Kids. For the last fifteen years we've been growing up along side them, and while the term maturation gets thrown
around much too often when it comes to bands coming into their own, that is exactly what they have done. Unfortunately for the Kids, this has come at a price. Their 1999 debut
full-length Something To Write Home About basically defined an entire generation of bands stuck in the coming of age, heart on your sleeve world of pop punk, and still to this
day is one of the most emulated releases on stages across the Warped Tour universe. Not ones to retread old ground, every subsequent album put out by The Get Up Kids sinceSomething To Write
Home About has drifted farther and farther away from the sound that so many found so endearing. Up until their dissolution in 2005, The Get Up Kids tinkered with expanding their sound
by getting in touch with their roots. Everything from folk, country and classic rock could be found in traces on On a Wire and The Guilt Show, and when the band
reformed for the tenth anniversary of their seminal debut, it seemed that they would be continuing in this direction with the Simple Science EP.
Well, we assumed wrong. The Get Up Kids' newest long player There Are Rules is still unmistakably a Get Up Kids album, you can thank the distinctive voice of Matt Pryor for that, but it is far far different than anything the band has ever released. This is understandable given that they are all now in their 30's and trying to recapture the youthful nature of their earlier albums would be as genuine as faux fur. Where past Kids albums were driven by Matt Pryor's ridiculously catchy choruses and the constant push of overdriven power chords, There Are Rulestakes influence from long stay college-rock acts like Spoon and The Flaming Lips, working in heavy rumbling bass lines and spaced out synthesizer leads. It's a bit jarring at first, especially with tracks like “Shatter Your Lungs” that take these new ideas a little bit too far into left field and just end up sounding confusing for the sake of confusing, but it all ends up working out in the end.
For anyone looking for the feel good innocence and vigor of Something to Write Home About this album is definitely not for you, but for those that discovered The Get Up Kids in time for them to be the soundtrack to your awkward and clumsy memories, There Are Rules just might win you back over. After all, deep down there's a kid in all of us.
02 Regents Court
03 Shatter Your Lungs
06 Rally Round The Fool
07 Better Lie
08 Keith Case
09 The Widow Paris
11 When It Dies
Post-hardcore supergroup D.R.U.G.S. Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows) will release Abigail Will Be Born with Four Friendly Eyeson February 22
1. If You Think This Song is About You, It Probably Is
2. The Only Thing You Talk About
3. Graveyard Dancing
4. Mr. Owl Ate My Metal Worm
5. Sex Life
6. Laminated E.T. Animal
7. Stop Reading, Start Doing Pushups
8. I'm the Rehab, You're the Drugs
9. I'm Here to Take the Sky
10. The Hangman
11. My Swagger Has a First Name
Panic at The
Disco have unveiled a title and release date for their next album, their first since 2008's Pretty. Odd.. The record is titled Vices & Virtues and is due
out March 29,2011via Fueled By Ramen
The album's first single, entitled "The Ballad of Mona Lisa," will be available digitally on February 1st. The same day, the band is promising new music with a live performance at New York City's Bowery Ballroom. The band recently shot a music video for the single, "The Ballad of Mona Lisa" in Los Angeles with director Shane Drake, which will be released shortly. Drake previously directed the group's music videos for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" and "Nine In The Afternoon".
The album was produced by Butch Walker (Weezer, Pink) and John Feldmann (Neon Trees, The Used) and is their first new release in three years, as well as their debut outing as a duo.
Neon Trees , Weezer , Pink , The Used
Dashboard Confessinal are giving away a recently recorded song through their website. You can download "A Guardian of Sorts (To Catch You)"on their website. Dashboard Confessional will be playing the Bamboozle Festival on April 30th.
The Bamboozle 2011 Festival will be held at the New Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, NJ. The festival will take place over the course of three days, Friday April 29th through Sunday May 1st, and there will be a total of 9 stages. So far 60 artists have been announced and there should be several more artists to be announced as we get closer to the start of festival. Lil Wayne, Motley Crue, Taking Back Sunday, The Gaslight Anthem, Wiz Khalifa, A Day To Remember, Chiddy Bang, Circa Survive, Dashboard Confessional, LMFAO, The Movielife, Waka Flocka Flame, A Loss For Words, Abandon All Ships, Anberlin, Andy Grammer, Animals As Leaders, Arsonists Get, All The Girls, Attack Attack!, Black Cards, Black Veil Brides, Bless The Fall, Born of Osiris, Boys Like Girls, Carnifex, Chelsea Grin, EatMeWhileImHot, For Today, Forever the Sickest Kids, Frank Turner, I See Stars, Insane Clown Posse, Man Overboard, Mayday Parade, Motionless In White, Neon Hitch, New Found Glory Featuring Marky Ramone, O’Brother, Oceano, River City Extension, Romance On A Rocketship, RX Bandits, Ryan Cabrera, Senses Fail, Sleeping With Sirens, Starz Angels, State Radio, Streetlight Manifesto, Take One Car, Texas In July, The Air I Breathe, The Ready Set, The Youth Ahead, Tim Minchin, Upon A Burning Body, Valencia, Vanna, We Are The In Crowd, Within The Ruinsform PunkNews and SeatGeek