The Black Queen - Infinite Games

The Black Queen, the unbridled experimental electronic-meets-alternative trio of Greg Puciato (ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan), Josh Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv) and Steven Alexander Ryan (Nine Inch Nails/A Perfect Circle technician), return with their sophomore album, Infinite Games, on Sept. 28th.

Consumed - A Decade Of No

The first new EP from Nottingham's veterans of punk-rock is just over the horizon. 6 brand new tracks including the single "WHAT WOULD CLIFF BURTON DO?" will be coming out on July 13th on CD and LP through Umlaut Records and SBAM in the EU.

Formed in Nottingham in 1994, Consumed gained mainstream success when they were signed to Fat Wreck Chords who released "Breakfast At Pappas" in 1998 and "Hit For Six" in 1999. Their track HEAVY METAL WINNER was subsequently featured in Tony Hawk pro Skater 2 in 2000.

Dollar Signs - This Will Haunt Me

To the untrained eye, Dollar Signs looks less like a band and more like five people who can help you fix your computer. But behind the glasses lie some damn catchy songs, like “Waste My Life Away,” the first single from their forthcoming A-F Records debut out July 13, This Will Haunt Me.

Can we ever be certain with life’s big decisions? It’s not possible to know if we’ve made the right choice until it’s too late, and if the time comes that you regret it all, how will you deal with it?

You Me At Six - VI

You Me At Six mark their return to the UK music scene with a double A-side of ‘Fast Forward’ & ‘3AM’, the first tracks taken from their brand new sixth studio album VI. Released on October 5th, the release of VI marks a new partnership between the band and AWAL, releasing under their new Underdog Records imprint.

Nothing - Dance On The Blacktop

NOTHING return with their third installment, Dance On The Blacktop. The next chapter of NOTHING's story pulls from all corners of life in its contents. Stories of self loathing, self destruction, and a general disdain for humanity and its, "insignificant" role in Domenic Palermo's vision of the universe are met with his poised amusement and tranquil hysteria being one himself.

Clearance - At Your Leisure

Taking equal cues from the Flying Nun school of arty guitar pop, classic British post-punk and otherwise Velvets-indebted rock, Chicago's Clearance mixes eras and styles with ease (you're likely to hear as much Parquet Courts as the Soft Boys, for instance) and the result is a focused but coolly off-the-cuff sound that appeals to both the record-collector/fanzine set and casual rock fans alike.

Trophy Eyes - The American Dream

Trophy Eyes have revealed details for their upcoming record "The American Dream", out August 3rd via Hopeless Records. The third album in the Trophy Eyes collection "The American Dream" is based on the idea that there’s still utopia left on this planet – a place where one can start again and live a peaceful life, forsaking the trail of destruction that threatened to derail it all.