It has already been three years since Death Of Lovers released their debut EP, ‘Buried Under A World Of Roses’. That is a long time between releases.
Revered punk-rock project Reggie and the Full Effect has announced, their forthcoming, 7th studio album, 41, will be released on February 23rd, 2018 via Pure Noise Records. Today debut the record’s first new track, “The Horrible Year”.
"Horrible Year” is a song about how even in the worst of times in a person’s life, you can always count on the ones you love to help you through them.” - James Dewees.
Remember Martha? Last year, they released the absolutely endearing and severely rocking ‘Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart’.
Of Mice & Men have teased their forthcoming album with singles "Unbreakable" and "Back to Me" and "Warzone". Those songs have clocked over 7 million Spotify streams and 5 million YouTube/VEVO views in six months. Loudwire described the new material as "soaring," while Billboard, Alternative Press, and more featured the tracks.
Brooklyn-based psych-rock band, Heaven, announce their sophomore album, All Love is Blue, due out on March 2, 2018 via Little Cloud Records. The 10-track LP is produced by the band, engineered by Albert DiFiore (Caveman, Sinkane, Beck), and mixed by Al Carlson (Zola Jesus, Widowspeak).
Heaven is Matt Sumrow (vocals and guitar), Mikey Jones (drums) and Liz Lohse (keyboards and vocals). Sumrow and Jones created the band in the wake of touring and recording with artists such as Dean and Britta, Swervedriver, Ambulance LTD, The Comas, Snowden, The Big Sleep and others.
Harder Love is the latest release from Strand of Oaks, a collection of Tim Showalter’s original recordings for the album Hard Love. Pairing the earliest versions Hard Love tracks with previously-unreleased material (including some songs deemed “too weird” for the official release), Harder Love feels like Hard Love in an alternate dimension. A whole lot stranger and even more raw, it’s like the tripped out, spiritual brother to its predecessor.
After an immensely successful run of singles, today Geowulf are pleased to announce details of their full-length debut album, Great Big Blue, due for release on February 16th, 2017 through 37 Adventures.
Speaking about the track, the band elaborate “'Hideaway' is a favorite in our live set. The song is about feeling like you’ve been completely transparent with someone only to realize they haven’t truly let you in.”
Wales' emotional hardcore upstarts, Casey, have announced their sophomore album, Where I Go When I Am Sleeping, due out March 16th via Hassle Records. To celebrate the announcement the band has shared the album's first single "Fluorescents." The song is a dynamic cut of powerful melodies and aggression that perfectly showcases Casey's musical and lyrical evolution on Where I Go When I Am Sleeping.
San Francisco-based band Reunions are premiering the music video for the title track off their new EP Aching Waits. The 12" EP will be released on January 12, 2018 through La Escalera Records / Def Cow Records.
The record will also include Reunions' debut self-titled EP from 2016, pressed on the B-side. You can pre-order the EP now through La Escalera Distro.