Tag Archives: Metalcore
Memphis May Fire have posted another new song from their upcoming album “Unconditional”, titled “Beneath the Skin”. Check it out below.
In this video, brought to you by Rock Sound Magazine, the boys from The Devil Wears Prada discuss the best and worst traits of their fellow bandmates while on tour. I found it humorous that when asked the question, “Who has the worst dress sense?” all but vocalist Mike Hranica voted for themselves.
TDWP is currently on the Take Action Tour with dates through April 2nd. Here is a quick excerpt about the tour…
I recent got the chance to interview Andres Ortiz, the brains behind the one man project that is The Saving. We talked about the recording process, lyrics on the new album, and what the future holds for the project.
I had the chance to talk with guitarist/clean vocalist of the up and coming Solid State Records power house, The Overseer. We talked about the new record, the band’s van getting broken into, to which rap artist they would like to tour with.
With “Rest & Let Go” The Overseer are able to refine the sound laid forth on “We Search, We Dig”
Metalcore balladeers Memphis May Fire have released their new single “Sleepless Nights,” taken from their upcoming album Unconditional. The album is set to be released on March 25 through Rise Records. Stream the lyric video below.
Check out the brand new song “Scarlet Wool” from The Overseer, below. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Rest and Let Go” due to release on March 4th via Solid State Records.
French Post-Hardcore/Alternative band Merge released their full length debut on Red Cord Records today. Since releasing their first EP “Transmission” in March of 2012, the five piece band has added great diversity and complection in heir new record “Elysion.”
Darkness Divided, who recently signed with Victory Records, is heading out on the Music For Good Tour with Silent Planet. The tour is sponsored by HM Mag and begins March 21st. Dates can be found below. In other related news, it was announced on Silent Planet’s Facebook that guitarist Thomas was hit by a car while riding his back. He has a broken arm & leg & back damage. Read more here & keep him in prayer.
The Saving will be releasing a new album, titled David Star, for free download on March 9th. You can check out the brand new lyric video for the song “Bethlehem” below. Another new track “Book Of Songs” can also be streamed below.
Facedown Records posted a picture on their Facebook that announced their planned 2014 releases. There are ones we already knew (Saving Grace, War Of Ages, & Mouth Of The South) but looks like we’ll also get new albums from Colossus, Those Who Fear, & Gideon. It’s shaping up to be another excellent year for the label.
Haste the Day have announced a special 10th anniversary show for their album “Burning Bridges” with the original lineup. They’ll be playing songs exclusively from their ep, Building Bridges, and When Everything Falls. For more info, read the email message from Haste the Day below. The show is on May 2nd 2014 in Indianapolis, IN.
Metalcore band Texas in July have posted a Youtube video confirming that J.T. Cavey, the bands current touring fill-in vocalist, is replacing Alex Good as permanent vocalist and is currently in the studio with the band recording a new full-length album, to be released on Equal Vision Records. Watch the announcement video below.
Head over to Solid State Records’ webstore to preorder The Overseer’s new record Rest & Let Go. All preorders come with an immediate download of the single “Fragile Wings.” Rest & Let Go is set to release March 4th. Also, check out the press release from the band below.
With Increase’s debut full-length will have fans of 90s hardcore drooling, but a closer inspection reveals it to be so much more than a throwback
California band, Reformers, have signed with Mediaskare Records and will release their label debut “Abolish” on April 29th. Read the full press release with tracklisting, below.
akissforjersey has released their brand new full length and first since their return from hiatus, titled “New Bodies” via InVogue Records. Get it here. Read our review here. Listen to the album, below.
Head on over to VMusic.com to check out a full stream of “Overcomer” from Australia’s Prepared Like a Bride. “Overcomer” drops February 7th via Faction / Sony Music.
Mike Murphy, the only remaining founding member that was part of the previous iteration of Haste The Day, posted on Facebook a mysterious post about a future announcement coming on February 14th. Here is the post:
To get the update as soon as it arrives, sign up for their e-mail list at their website, or just check back here on that day.
To Speak of Wolves have updated everyone on their current status as a band and you can read that below.
For Today is back with their signature passion and boldness, and this time with an even more specific cause. However, is “Fight the Silence” too similar to their past albums? Read on to find out.
For Today is streaming their new record Fight the Silence in it’s entirety at Alternative Press. Check out the press release below.
In addition to the news we posted earlier, it now appears that Haste the Day have launched some sort of website here. If you scroll down, you can sign up for their newsletter list. Reunion? Shows? New album? Stay tuned…. [Thanks Alastair H]
For Today is asking fans from the Los Angeles area to come out tomorrow for a video shoot for the new song Break the Cycle, from the upcoming album Fight the Silence, due out February 4th via Razor & Tie. Preorder the album here, and listen below.
Could a Haste the Day “Reunion” be in the works, soon? 2014 also marks the 10th anniversary of “Burning Bridges” so maybe that factors into the equation? Discuss amongst yourselves. [Thanks GMAN and Chandler A]
For Today has released their third single, titled “Break the Cycle,” from their upcoming release, Fight the Silence. The track features guest vocals from Memphis May Fire frontman, Matty Mullins. Fight the Silence is set to release February 4th via Razor & Tie (Pre-order here). Watch the lyric video below.
As Facedown’s first release of the new year, Saving Grace brings a solid hardcore album that will not disappoint longtime fans. Still, is “The Urgency” worthy to follow after such a powerful landslide of great albums from their label? Read on to find out.
Check out this great studio update from the up and coming So. Cal. Post-Hardcore band, Iron Sharpens Iron, below. Facedown Records needs to sign this band ASAP ;)