Turn off the TV, close your internet browsers, and put on the headphones, it’s time for a trip back in time. The critically underrated indie-emo-rock or whatever you would like to call them band, have decided to come out of retirement and write new songs. Continued →
January 19, 2019
December 26, 2018
Letter Kills just might be teasing a comeback. It’s a little soon to speculate what it could mean; a one-off reunion show? An new album? I recommend finding the band on their social networks like Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with whatever is going on, because there certainly appears to be activity of some kind going on. Continued →
December 21, 2018
Names Without Numbers have just posted their brand new music video for this rockin’ song “Goodnight” over on YouTube. Check out the really cool new music video below. You can purchase/stream the band’s two new singles “Goodnight” and “The Apathy Anthem” at your favorite digital networks NOW! The band plans to work on their new full length soon with a release in 2019. If you like what you hear then keep on requesting “The Apathy Anthem” on your favorite radio stations (and add it to your playlists on Spotify).
December 17, 2018
November 22, 2018
We’re excited to give some pre-release press on this new band – check out our review and be sure to keep an eye on Gr8frt for an official release on 12/15!
November 5, 2018
Indie Vision Music brings you the brand new single from Names Without Numbers titled “The Apathy Anthem”. Check out the song below and make sure to pick up wherever fine digital music is sold/streamed. Please add to your playlists on Spotify and purchase wherever you can. More info on the band’s new full length in 2019 coming shortly.
October 28, 2018
An Interview With Stephen Christian of Anberlin
Written by: Brandon Jones
It’s been quite a while since I’ve interviewed you Stephen for Indie Vision Music. Fans are eager to hear the latest news on not just Anberlin, but about your life as well. Continued →
October 26, 2018
October 25, 2018
That indie/emo band known as “Slow Coming Day” have reunited and will release a new 5 song ep in 2019. The band recently released a new song which you can check out on digital networks and a another song “All Things New” that was on “Family & Friends Sampler 3” which I put out a few months ago. This highly underrated band will seek to win over hearts worldwide with their catchy brand of melodic songwriting and emotion drenched songs. Go listen to “Farewell To The Familiar” on digital networks and the “A Part of Me Died Ep” on bandcamp here to get prepared. Check out a video of the band performing at Joshua Fest this past summer, below.
October 19, 2018
October 18, 2018
October 17, 2018
Update: The band has changed their official website and have posted this same image. Anberlin has been dropping little hints the past few months that are leaving fans guessing. Today they swapped out their profile image on facebook with a new pic that appears to be a photo taped back together. Could this be symbolism? Could this another hint at a reunion? Or is it just a standard photo image swap and/or nothing at all? You debate below and talk about your favorite Anberlin moments from years past. Let’s all stand back in eager anticipation for the next step and hopefully it is the one thing us fans are hoping for…..reunion.
October 12, 2018
October 3, 2018
If you didn’t catch the firestorm of controversy yesterday regarding the new album cover by Emery for their new release “EVE” then you might just have been living under a rock. A lot of various opinions were unleashed as well angry remarks, resentment, confusion, and a whole bunch of feuding people over just what the “artistic” intention is. Regardless of the direction they are taking their band from here on out, you can hear their two newest songs below and debate what you think musically of their latest tunes. I hear a slight Weezer influence, how about you? If you would like to see the album cover in question click on the Emery facebook / instagram pages.
September 7, 2018
Indie Vision Music is proud to present the debut ep from Grandpa Loves Rhinos. “Better Eat Your Wheaties” is now available wherever your find your music. You can also pre-order on CD from IVM right here. If you prefer bandcamp, it is up for download here. Thanks everyone for your support!
August 31, 2018
10 years ago seems like it has passed within an instant. Some of these albums listed below are forgotten hits and some are still being played today. This list are my recommendations and mine alone. Feel free to disagree with my selections. Check out some of these now “classic” albums from the year 2008, below. The Best of 2008: 10 Years, A Look Back. Brave Saint Saturn as #1?
August 30, 2018
The newly revived independent label – Steadfast Records, has announced plans to re-release “Fallen Star Collection” by the now classic emo/punk band Brandtson. In honor of this classic album which was the follow up to their debut “Letterbox” and first to showcase the band in their own unique element. You can pre-order this 20th anniversary edition with new layout and in a couple different beautiful colors and options, right here. Read the full description below with details on the pressing and what’s included.
August 27, 2018
The debut ep from Grandpa Loves Rhinos will be out on September 7th via Indie Vision Music. Pre-order on limited CD right here. Ep will be available on all digital networks beginning September 7th. CDs will ship later in September once finished at manufacturing plant. All orders containing this CD will ship together once available. The Ep will feature 5 awesome tracks, all mastered by Sef at Simpul Studio. Artwork for the release is done by Brian Middleton of Colesmith Comics.
August 24, 2018
Finally, after all these months of waiting in anticipation following the smash hit success of their first single “What We Used To Do” the band Grandpa Loves Rhinos are ready to roll out their latest and greatest Ep ever titled “Better Eat Your Wheaties”. The 5 song Ep will release sometime next month (release date to be announced shortly). View the album cover and track listing below. The Ep will be available on very limited CD (4 panel Eco Wallet) via a preorder in the IVM webstore right here. All pre-orders come with a bonus Mainframe “Burn The Boats” CD. All for just $5!
August 11, 2018
According to a post on their Instagram account, Emery have finished recording their album and have sent it off for mixing. The band have announced some live dates this month with Comrades and Rough Start. Then the band will be playing some shows with LIMBS and Oh, Sleeper as well. View all the tour dates below. Sorry for not posting this news last month.
August 2, 2018
As Cities Burn will join Silverstein for the 15th anniversary tour of the album “When Broken Is Easily Fixed”. Joining the two bands will be none other than Hawthorne Heights (who just released one of their finest albums in years) and Capstan. Dates and info can be seen by clicking below. Anyone going to hit up a date on this tour?
July 29, 2018
Slow Coming Day recently reunited at Joshua Fest last weekend. You can catch their performance of the classic song “Pages Yet To Be Written”, below. Their new song “All Things New” appears on the IVM compilation “Family & Friends Sampler 3” which is available through our webstore right here.
July 24, 2018
In case you missed it last month, I had Drew from Rival Consultants create a lyric video for the new Names Without Numbers song “The Apathy Anthem”. It came out pretty cool I think and if you give it a chance, I am sure you’ll enjoy it too. Names Without Numbers are an alt-emo-rock band from Nebraska who recently reunited after an almost decade long absence. Their music would please fans of Jimmy Eat World, Anberlin, The Classic Crime, Taking Back Sunday, House Of Heroes, Acceptance, and Thrice. Lyric video can be found below. Follow the band on Facebook / Instagram / Website.
June 22, 2018
Another exciting signing to Facedown Records called “Weathered“, have just dropped their debut song “There Is One” via Facedown Records which you can listen to below. This is yet again another exciting addition to the growing “rock” roster of Facedown. Following bands like Everything In Slow Motion, My Epic, DENS, Comrades, Attalus, Withered seeks to connect with your soul through their shoe-gaze, mood mesmerizing new tunes. This is one of the finest new songs I’ve heard in recent memory and I am positive the rest of their full length will follow suit. Get pumped people because this is definitely the next exciting band to keep your eyes on. Pre-orders for the LP up here. “Stranger Here” drops on August 17th via Facedown Records.
June 16, 2018
Check out the interview with Grandpa Loves Rhinos courtesy of The Christian Rock 20 this weekend. The band discuss a variety of topics including their time in the military (yes they are active duty), Family, Music, and the most Un Rock n’ Roll thing about them. The band’s new song “If Death Rolls Dice” will be on the IVM “Family & Friends Sampler 2” due out on July 4th!
Orion Walsh and Slow Coming Day have released their first new song in over 10 years titled “Maybe” and you can listen to it below. The song is available via bandcamp here. It’ll be up on Spotify soon. In addition to this song they also recorded another new track that will appear on the “Family & Friends Sampler” due out July 4th. Pre-orders launching soon. This song has a Postal Service (the band) vibe with an electro-indie-pop-rock like influence.
June 2, 2018
May 21, 2018
Names Without Numbers is a four-piece rock and roll band from Omaha, NE / Council Bluffs, IA. Since forming in the summer of 2000, they’ve released an EP and a full-length album, toured the midwest, played in venues ranging from basements to festivals, slept on floors, fought…a lot, took a break, started families, came out of retirement, and are now writing and recording songs for an upcoming album. Stylistically, they play a unique blend of indie-rock with plenty of raw emotion and pop-punk energy. Some bands with a comparable style include Jimmy Eat World, Tiny Moving Parts, Moving Mountains, Anberlin, Sparta, Thrice and many others. Don’t miss out on this unique and incredible entertaining new song. “Goodnight” is available on all Digital networks beginning today plus the band is launching their very own IndieGoGo campaign. All contributors to the campaign will receive another track and further reason that this band is one you don’t want to miss out on.
May 18, 2018
I am really excited about this new Names Without Numbers music and especially their first new single in over a decade titled “Goodnight”. Check out the teaser clip below and watch the full version on PureGrainAudio this coming Monday. The band will release the single on Monday via IVM to correspond with their IndieGoGo campaign to fund the release of their brand new full length effort. Fans of Anberlin, Jimmy Eat World, Acceptance, Sparta, Taking Back Sunday, and House Of Heroes will find something to appreciate in the new music of Names Without Numbers. [Facebook]