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SAVES THE DAY ANNOUNCE CO-HEADLINE TOUR WITH JOYCE MANOR

Saves The Day announced today that they’ll be teaming up with California’s Joyce Manor for a run of co-headlining dates this summer. Saves The Day will be touring in support of their autobiographical 2019 full-length 9: a record that further solidified their reputation as one of the most influential names in alternative rock to emerge over the past two decades. Joyce Manor will also be on the road in support of a career-defining album Million Dollars to Kill Me, which brought the band to new levels of success last year. Awakebutstillinbed will serve as support for the two-and-a-half-week run of the midwest and east coast and tickets will be on sale April 26th at savestheday.com. Pre-Sale available now: http://JM-STD.shofetti.com

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GATHERERS PREMIERE NEW SONG, “SICK, SAD HEART” VIA KERRANG

New Jersey rock band Gatherers has shared “Sick, Sad Heart,” a visceral new single unlike anything they’ve ever written. Fans can enter the band’s darkly captivating world by streaming the song exclusively on Kerrang.

“We wanted it to be moody but mechanical; melodically pretty but gross in tonality. This one lives in a completely different world from the songs on ‘We Are Alive Beyond Repair’,” shares vocalist Rich Weinberger. “Rob primarily plays baritone guitar and an OP-1, creating this ugly identity for the song. The drums sound huge and dynamic with Adam’s performance alongside our new bassist Zach Crockett. They pushed the song to move in ways completely different from our previous material.”

He continues: “Musically, we were in part inspired by […]

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AS CITIES BURN SHARE NEW VIDEO FOR “CHAINS” ANNOUNCE U.S. HEADLINE TOUR

Much to the delight of their dedicated fanbase, Louisiana post-hardcore outfit, As Cities Burn, announced last week that they would be releasing Scream Through The Walls, their first album in ten years, this summer. The lead single from their highly-anticipated new record was also revealed that day in the form of “Chains” – a driving four minute anthem pulsing with urgency and the band’s signature blend of visceral energy and raw thought-provoking lyrics.

Today, the band returned with the music video for “Chains” – stoking the flame of anticipation building around Scream Through The Walls. The video opens with a quote from American author, Florence King, which directly addresses both the narrative of the video and the lyrical topic of […]

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VAGRANTS ANNOUNCE NEW EP, RELEASE “SEPARATION” VIA ALTERNATIVE PRESS

Post-hardcore act Vagrants share “Separation,” streaming now on Alternative Press. Additionally, the band has announced their debut EP, Separation, will be released on April 26th via Equal Vision Records. Pre-orders are now available at vagrants.merchnow.com.

“’Separation’ is a very personal track for me,” shares guitarist Jose DelRio. “Our previous vocalist was arrested right before a planned tour, and just months before going to record the EP ‘Separation.’“

He continues: “Honestly, things were bleak and I really wasn’t certain what the future held for myself and the band at that point. Lyrically, the song touches on a very low point in my life and also serves to connect the dots conceptually for the EP.”

Letting go is hard, but if you want to move […]

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AS CITIES BURN RELEASE NEW SINGLE; ANNOUNCE FIRST ALBUM IN TEN YEARS!

Louisiana post-hardcore outfit, As Cities Burn, embark on a new chapter in their creative journey today with the announcement of their first album in ten years. Scream Through The Walls marks not just the end of a decade-long absence, but the first album featuring the Bonnette brothers collaborating since the band’s seminal 2005 debut, Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest.

In celebration of this momentous announcement, the band shared a new single, “Chains”, with their fans today as well. “Chains” immediately bursts into action with raw energy, taking aim at the self-made restrictions that society places on itself by way of Cody Bonnette’s sharp, foreboding lyrics. You can listen to “Chains” here and pre-order the new album ahead of it’s […]

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POLYPHIA DEBUT “LOOK BUT DON’T TOUCH” SONG + MUSIC VIDEO; U.S. TOUR STARTS TODAY

The undisputed greatest metal band in the world, Polyphia, blessed fans this morning with their latest single “Look But Don’t Touch” alongside the accompanying video for the track. The release, which features LA-based singer, Lewis Grant, comes just in time to celebrate the launch of Polyphia’s headlining US tour that starts tonight in New Orleans. This track marks the second time the band has found a vocalist worthy of collaboration, following their partnering with Cuco on the single “So Strange” off of their 2018 breakout full-length, New Levels New Devils.

New Levels New Devils, landed hard on the Billboard charts last year, hitting #1 on Independent Albums, #2 on Current Alternative, #3 on Vinyl, #4 on Current Rock, #6 on Digital […]

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I THE MIGHTY RELEASE NEW SONG AND MUSIC VIDEO: “CAVE IN”

Alternative rock band I the Mighty are thrilled to share their brand new single, “Cave In.” The track is an explosive, emotionally wrought landscape of sound that invites the listener into the darkest recesses of frontman Brent Walsh’s memories of witnessing substance abuse in loved ones. Fans can watch the video, streaming now, here: ithemighty.lnk.to/cavein.

“‘Cave In’ is a song that people close to me have been pushing me to write for the better portion of my career. I think I’ve put it off because it can be easier to bury things than to face them, but I know that the song’s content is something that a vast amount of people can relate to,” shares lead vocalist Walsh. “Experiencing substance abuse […]

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BARS OF GOLD PREMIERE “ATLANTIC CITY” VIA FADER

Detroit based post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold unleashed “Atlantic City” today from their upcoming LP SHELTERS. The album, due April 12th via Equal Vision Records, was produced by the band along with Chris Koltay (War on Drugs, Kurt Vile, Deerhunter, etc.). Listen to the song courtesy of the Fader here.

On the track, guitarist Scott Iulianelli shares, “Atlantic City is an unsuspecting pop song made up of seemingly disjointed parts; musically it’s our version of Beefheart’s “Frownland.” Lyrically, it’s about temptation and commitment, a homage to Springsteen. There’s also this weird circular percussion happening that sets the tone for the song and gives the guitars and vocals a platform for weaving in and out of. Like I said, it shouldn’t […]

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