Tag Archives: post hardcore
Since successfully raising funds through their indiegogo campaign, LA post-hardcore band, Matter, are currently in the studio recording the followup to 2013′s “The Man and the Terror”. The new album, Teraphim, will again be a concept album that will explore the prophecies found in the book of Ezekiel. Recording is underway under the guidance of producer Erik Ron (Saosin). Teraphim will be released in April. [Thanks CommanderKeen]
Texas indie rock band, Least of These, have signed with Red Cord Records. Look for their label debut later this summer on Red Cord Records. So proud of these guys. They’ve come such a long way from that first ep I heard a few years back and I am eager to see where they go with this next album. Congrats you guys!
Press Release: Dallas, TX rockers MEMPHIS MAY FIRE will release their long awaited new LP, Unconditional, on March 25th via Rise Records. The band is premiering a new song titled “No Ordinary Love” which you can listen to below. Pre-order here.
Well, it’s been nearly six years since we’ve heard a peep from post-hardcore outfit Akissforjersey. Now with their new 2014 release “New Bodies”, will this band from North Carolina deliver a standout effort after a long breakup, or will it simply fade into the background of a crowded genre?
According to this post, Chasing Victory will reunite for a special show in May at the Dome in Georgia. The show will be a benefit to help band member Adam and his wife with their adoption. [Thanks Alastair H]
Emery will be broadcasting their LIVE show on Saturday January 25th from Portland Oregon through Afton TV here. The band will play The Weak’s End front to back with Devin Shelton returning to the stage.
Akissforjersey just put up ANOTHER new single,”Widow/Maker” on YouTube which you can listen to below. The band’s new album “New Bodies” is out on January 21st through InVogue Records. [Thanks Graham]
Check out the brand new track from Akissforjersey titled “Bones”, below. This song will appear on the band’s new album “New Bodies” out January 21st on InVogue Records. Pre-order the album now on Bandcamp for $8.99. [Thanks Jonathan]
Brandon Jones says it best, “This band plays a spirited blend of dreamy, progressive indie rock mixed with the ambience of post-hardcore, to create a sound all their own. This independent band is fast on the rise and it’s time you check them out”.
OceanSpeak have released their debut ep “Sea|the|Same” and it is available wherever fine digital music is sold. This band plays a spirited blend of dreamy, progressive indie rock mixed with the ambiance of post-hardcore, to create a sound all their own. This independent band is fast on the rise and it’s time you check them out.
Facedown Records has saved the best for last as they release Everything in Slow Motion’s full-length debut album “Phoenix.” The album features Christian Lindskog of Blindside, in what may be the best song of the year, “Speak,” among other powerful tracks.
Check out the brand new song and lyric video from Post-Hardcore band Come What May for their song “The Conduit”. What do you think?
Sample every song on the new Everything in Slow Motion album, “Phoenix”, below. The album is out December 10th on Facedown Records.
The Redemption Song will be playing a very special reunion show on Saturday November 30th at The Hatch in Evansville, Indiana, to benefit member Nathan Schroer who is currently battling Leukemia. All proceeds from the show will go to help Nathan and his family with medical bills. Read more below and see the show flyer. Other bands playing include Jawbone, Lowlander, While The Buried Sleep, and Upsetter Hcore.
Wolves at the Gate have posted their first “Cover” from the “Back to School” Covers ep. Listen to “Understanding in a Car Crash” originally by the band Thursday here at Alt Press. Read the detailed press release, below.
Wolves at the Gate will release a 4 track “Covers” Ep titled “Back to School” on September 30th. This digital only ep will feature covers of Thrice, Thursday, Blindside, and The Receiving End of Sirens. View the press release and tracklisting below.
The punk/post-hardcore band War Generation featuring Jon Bunch (Sense Field/Further Seems Forever/A Reason to Believe) and members of Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, FSF, and Ignite, has posted their new song “Nobody” which you can take a listen to below. The new album “Start Somewhere Never Surrender” is out September 3rd on Rise Records.
Jon Bunch of Sense Field, Further Seems Forever, and Reason to Believe, has a new album with his band “War Generation” scheduled to release on September 3rd through Rise Records. The title of the record is “Start Somewhere Never Surrender”. You can listen to the new single “Done and Gone”, below. Jon has always written songs from a spiritual mindset and considering his connection with prior bands, I figured this was worthy of a post. The sound of this new project is more a long the lines of “punk” than the work early last decade with Sense Field and FSF. Closer in sound to his early band Reason to Believe. Brad Lehman of Maylene and the Sons of Disaster worked with Jon on this album and recorded much of the music with him. Craig from Ignite/Strife also recorded on this album. You can catch War Generation on tour with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus in September.
This band, Young and Heartless, just emailed me and I am floored by how great they are. Considering they are independent, I would say that this certainly won’t be the case for long. Ex-members of Judges. Check out the new ep “Death in Color” below. Fans of mewithoutYou, Basement, Sunny Day Real Estate, Balance & Composure, Make Do & Mend, will love this.
Lakeland Florida based, Pilgrimage, just put their new ep titled “EP” up on their bandcamp page. They will be offering it digitally soon, but for now get your ears bleeding with some amazing post rock/hardcore. Fans of Explosions In The Sky, As Cities Burn, O’ Brother, Thrice, should find something to like here.