Tag: post hardcore
March 28, 2017
Check out this really cool interview I recently did with Shane Ochsner of Hands and Everything in Slow Motion. We cover everything from the Hands catalog to EISM, Music, and everything in between. Check out both Hands and EISM at Facedown Fest this May.
Spoken just launched a campaign for their upcoming 9th studio album. Check it out here. All pre-orders come with an instant download of their new single. Despite all the band changes over the years the one consistent thread that weaves the signature Spoken sound together is the unmistakable voice of lead singer Matt Baird. Continued →
I’d like to thank our reader Shadi for sharing this awesome new artist with me. They are called Diamonds to Dust and their style ranges from Post-Hardcore to Rock and Metal. A totally refreshing take on a genre that has become oversaturated with stagnant sounds and a clone like circus. The band just released their new album titled “Aging of the Weary” through all digital networks and iTunes via Manifest Records. Check out their new music video for the song “Saturate” below. [Bandcamp]
March 23, 2017
Idealist was a North Carolina post-hardcore band that mixed elements of Norma Jean and Defeater, along with guest contributions from Attalus.
March 16, 2017
Welcome back to our throwback series. This week’s feature is more recent than our previous throwbacks, but after going on an indefinite hiatus, this band never got much exposure.
March 3, 2017
March 1, 2017
February 24, 2017
I’d like to take a minute and introduce our readers to a talented young band by the name of Brothers. , from Ohio. This Post-Hardcore band recently released their debut titled “Here & Now” which would please fans of Silent Planet, Hands, and Memphis May Fire. “Here & Now” is available wherever fine digital music is sold/streamed. You can catch Brothers. and DENS at this year’s Creation Fest.
February 18, 2017
I’d like to take a minute to introduce our readers to a new post-hardcore band out of London, UK called “ENDXS”. They play a melodic blend of Post-Hardcore that brings up memories of some great bands that came before like Funeral for a Friend, Saosin, and Senses Fail while incorporating modern elements to keep it fresh. Check out their music video for the new track “Almost Home”, below. Find them on Facebook here.
February 16, 2017
February 12, 2017
February 3, 2017
February 1, 2017
Names Without Numbers who recently reunited and have been playing shows has teased us all with a new sample clip of a song they are working on. This band has remained one of my favorites since I first put them on “I’m Your Biggest Fan Vol. 2” (Tooth & Nail) all the way back in 2002. This band is going to blow up big in 2017! Download their 2003 full length below via our Bandcamp page. Don’t forget to pick up some NWN merch here.
January 26, 2017
January 23, 2017
Vocal tracking for the new Stavesacre record will begin tracking this Friday. This comeback record should definitely attract new fans and old fans alike, that’s my hope. It’s been over 10 years since the last full length and 8 years since any new recorded music has come from these seasoned veterans of rock music. Continued →
January 20, 2017
Massive update. Read on for news regarding our bands, releases, new merch, and more.
December 26, 2016
Check out this playlist featuring all the Indie Vision Music Releases currently available on Spotify. More on the way including the great Light The Way release that Indie Vision Music will be distributing. Exciting stuff on the horizon. Also, we are all working on our “Best of Lists” for 2016 and are hoping to have them up by end of year. Continued →
December 12, 2016
December 9, 2016
Read this review of Destroy the Runner’s Void
November 26, 2016
November 23, 2016
Nebraska/Iowa based Post-Hardcore/Old School Emo band Names Without Numbers, have made their return known. The band has played quite a few shows this year including a recent gig with Stryper. Names Without Numbers has a show on December 11th with Spoken and Dayshell in Omaha, Nebraska at Lookout Lounge (see flyer below). The band formed in 2000 and has played a distinct blend of (old school) emo and fiery post-hardcore mixed with a special blend of alt rock for good measure. Their sound is unique and all their own. The band last released “Running Marathons / Chasing Ambulances” in 2003 and called it quits in 2006. I’m happy to report that the band is back and will sound better than ever. Watch a special sneak peek at one of their new songs below. You can download their 2003 full length for free right here (or listen below). Recommended for fans of Noise Ratchet, Jimmy Eat World, Anberlin, The Get Up Kids, Braid, Thrice.
November 15, 2016
If you downloaded our most recent comp, “Hearts Bleed Passion, Vol. 6″, you may have heard this song. Definitely one of my favorites on it. Here’s a brief explanation of what it’s about from the band’s vocalist, Matt Evans:
” “The Laws That Guide My Feet” is kind of an anthem for people who feel lost and out of place. Continued →
November 14, 2016
November 9, 2016
Facedown Records are teasing or rather unveiling new vinyl pressings of some of their catalog of releases. The picture below appears to show quite a few vinyl releases with 3 revealed so far: Comeback Kid “Turn It Around”, xLookingForwardx “The Path We Tread”, and War of Ages “Arise & Conquer”. What will be next? Are you excited about these pressings? It’ll all be available on November 18th. Speaking of Facedown, what has been your favorite release this year from the label? Some really strong efforts have been released so far: Rival Choir, My Epic, Everything in Slow Motion, Hope for the Dying, Poured Out, Comrades, and soon – Those Who Fear (December 9th). Continued →