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NIGHT VERSES ANNOUNCE TOUR WITH STRAWBERRY GIRLS

TICKETS ON SALE NOW
6/29 Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield*
6/30 Redding, CA @ The Dip
7/1 Bend, OR @ Volcanic Theatre
7/2 Portland, OR @ Analog Cafe
7/3 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon in the Funhouse
7/5 Boulder, CO @ Streets of London
7/6 Kansas City, MO @ Davey’s Uptown
7/7 St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar and Hall
7/8 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
7/9 Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
7/10 Detroit, MI @ The Loving Touch
7/11 Columbus, OH @ Big Bar Room
7/12 Pittsburgh, PA @ The Funhouse
7/13 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
7/14 Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
7/15 Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
7/16 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
7/18 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
7/19 Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
7/20 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
7/21 Orlando, FL @ Will’s Pub
7/22 Tampa, FL @ […]

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GATHERERS ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM + MUSIC VIDEO

New Jersey rock band Gatherers is thrilled to announce their 3rd studio album, We Are Alive Beyond Repair, which will be released on June 1st, 2018 via Equal Vision Records. We Are Alive Beyond Repair, a bleak, brutal, nihilistic record that’s shrouded in despair and anguish, features lead single “The Floorboards Are Breathing,” which originally premiered on Billboard. Fans can check out a brand new music video for the song now on Substream Magazine. For more information or to pre-order the album, please visit: gatherers.lnk.to/alive.

“We wanted this album to be as ugly and as horribly truthful as possible,” explains vocalist Rich Weinberger. “It has this very human but flawed connotation to it. It’s very pessimistic. I was reading a lot […]

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THE END OF THE OCEAN SIGN TO EQUAL VISION RECORDS

Columbus, Ohio based post rock band The End Of The Ocean announced today that they are signing with noted rock innovators, Equal Vision Records. The band have completed their highly anticipated label debut with producer Mike Watts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Glassjaw), which will be released on Equal Vision later this year.

The End Of The Ocean formed in early 2009, and have since proven again and again that they have a penchant for crafting soundtrack-esque anthems that move freely from beautiful to trippy to heart-tugging to fist clenching. Heavily influenced by mid 90’s emo and their post-rock contemporaries, The End Of The Ocean utilizes intricate drumming, subtle guitar arpeggios, and a vast range of effects to craft beautiful, nostalgic […]

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LUME ‘WRUNG OUT’ ALBUM OUT TODAY AND START OF TOUR WITH REZN

“Comparisons become unnecessary as Lume stands firmly in its own category now, a band that has emerged sadder but, ultimately, wiser for its pain.” – PopMatters

“Darkly pensive and beautiful” – Revolver Magazine

“The kind of dark, pensive, slow-paced rock I rarely see pulled off with such affecting force.” – AV Club

“Lume pull from ’90s grunge as much as they pull from the ’00s post-hardcore of bands like Brand New and Thrice, and they’ve got a Hum-ish atmospheric side in the mix too.” – BrooklynVegan

Today, the Chicago trio, Lume, release their label debut full length, Wrung Out, on Equal Vision Records / Graphic Nature Records. Today also marks the start of their Spring tour with fellow Chicago noisemakers, REZN. Ahead of the […]

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ALL GET OUT RELEASE NEW SINGLE “HOWEVER LONG”

Nathan Hussey, vocalist/guitarist of the ridiculously under-appreciated band All Get Out, never intended to write a love song. “I admire them, but they’re just not what I write,” he explains. That is, until now. Today, All Get Out releases a brand new single called “However Long,” premiering today on Gold Flake Paint.

So… what changed?

While watching a sci-fi movie, Nathan was inspired by the film’s romantic storyline in which two individuals were so deeply connected that they were even able to exist inside of one another’s dreams. Having spent so much time on tour over the last couple of years, he quickly empathized, and what started as a song written from a fictional character’s perspective became something deeply raw […]

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HOPESFALL ANNOUNCE FIRST SHOWS SINCE 2011

Melodic hardcore legends Hopesfall have announced that they will be playing two special shows this July around the release of their new record, Arbiter. The band will take the stage for the first time since 2011 for Kerrang Presents on July 14th at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn, and on July 21st at Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte. General admission tickets go on-sale this Friday, April 20th, with VIP tickets available now at hopesfall.soundrink.com.

Arbiter is te long-awaited follow up to 2007’s Magnetic North, and marks the band’s first record in over a decade. Fans can check out an exclusive interview, alongside a brand new video for single “H.A. Wallace Space Academy,” on Loudwire. Arbiter will be released on July 13th, 2018 via […]

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HOPESFALL ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ARBITER, RELEASE “H.A. WALLACE SPACE ACADEMY”

Melodic hardcore legends Hopesfall are ready to take 2018 by storm with their explosive new album, Arbiter. The long-awaited follow up to 2007’s Magnetic North, Arbiter marks the band’s first record in over a decade. Fans can check out an exclusive interview, alongside a brand new video for single “H.A. Wallace Space Academy,” on Loudwire. Arbiter will be released on July 13th, 2018 via Graphic Nature / Equal Vision Records. Preorders are available now at hopesfall.lnk.to/arbiter.

On the new album, the band shares: “After Magnetic North, I felt like we left unfinished business on the table. I think Hopesfall has carried the underdog chip on our shoulder for the majority of our playing career. That’s given us an edge […]

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LUME SHARE NEW VIDEO “LOSS LEADER” WITH BROOKLYN VEGAN

Today, the Chicago trio, Lume, are sharing their new single “Loss Leader”, and the accompanying video via a premiere with BrooklynVegan. The track is the third from their Equal Vision Records / Graphic Nature debut Wrung Out – available for pre-order now ahead of it’s April 20th release. The first single “Keep Me Under” premiered earlier this month with Revolver Magazine.

When the band started to write Wrung Out, they initially were inspired by the weight of societal pressures, but after the consecutive deaths of three friends, due to drug abuse and suicide, the writing process became a means of memoriam, catharsis and a sounding board for unanswered questions. While previous singles centered around this string of personal tragedies the […]

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HOUSEHOLD PREMIERE “DARK MATTER” MUSIC VIDEO

Minneapolis natives Household are thrilled to share their brand new video, “Dark Matter,” premiering now via New Noise Magazine. “Dark Matter” comes from the band’s latest album, Everything A River Should Be, which has recently been featured on Substream Magazine and Alternative Press. Everything A River Should Be is available now via Equal Vision Records at household.merchnow.com.

On “Dark Matter,” vocalist Joshua Gilbert shares: “’Dark Matter’ is a nod to our older sound. With a generally slower and more melancholic album, it was fun writing a faster track. This song captures relationship at its worst, the extremes or negative energy causing havoc.”

Everything A River Should Be is a record that redefines who and what – and even why – the Minneapolis […]

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