Tag: math rock
May 4, 2021
Wow, how great is this new heavy song from new band, The Undertaking!? The song “And Everything Worked Out Just Fine” just dropped and it features backing vocals from Cove Reber formerly of Saosin. Check out the song and music video, below. The debut album “Funeral Psalms” now available worldwide from Solid State Records.… Continued →
January 16, 2021
California’s The Beautiful Mistake is one of my faves from The Militia Group label which sports greats such as The Rocket Summer (whom I’ve seen live!), Copeland, Brandtson (whom I’ve also seen live!) & Acceptance, just to name a few. Their most recent 2020 release, EP You’re Not Broken, I Am, continued the post hardcore/emo trend they became known for. They have played a few Christian fests including TomFest back in 2002. The following is my fave from them and I dare say dabbled in the math rock genre.… Continued →
November 1, 2020
Head over to the Tooth & Nail Merch Site right now and order yourself a copy of “No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical” on VINYL! There is a limited number of copies left. This was carefully and thoughtfully put together by UnoriginalVinyl for T&N and on behalf of the band who also worked together on this Vinyl pressing. Go check it out here.… Continued →
August 14, 2020
Emo seems to be a genre that people either love or hate. Heck, even most of the bands who played in the genre didn’t want to be associated with the name for one reason or another. While Roadside Monument toyed around with various genres like indie rock (Beside This Brief Hexagonal), math rock (I Am the Day of Current Taste), and fusions of the two (Eight Hours Away from Becoming a Man), they also stayed just close enough to the emo genre to never fully break free from the tag.… Continued →
April 26, 2018
We had a chance to talk with Beaver Falls, PA indie rock group Captain the Sky about their new deluxe EP, the future of the band, and Chick-fil-A. Check them out on Facebook and be sure to follow them on Spotify!
April 18, 2018
Captain the Sky's deluxe re-release of "Lions & Foxes" blends the best of post-hardcore and math rock technicality with fun acoustic jams.
June 20, 2017
Critically acclaimed 90’s Post Hardcore act, Roadside Monument, recently reunited and played a show in Seattle. The band is playing music again which should definitely excite long time fans and energize those new fans that have just discovered the band through digital music outlets. Check out this article on NPR Music about the band’s recent reunion and read up on more history as well as where the band is heading. Check out their Facebook page and make sure to “like” it.… Continued →