Tag: Tooth and Nail
May 15, 2020
After releasing last year’s opus Young in My Head, Starflyer 59 are already back. The veteran indie rock band have just released a new single, “This Recliner” and boy oh boy is it good! Fueled by inspiration from the best of his 80s new wave AND shoegaze influences (The Church, Psychedelic Furs, Jesus and Mary Chain, et.… Continued →
January 31, 2020
By the time Give us Barrabbas came out (the band’s 7th album), The Blamed had already gone through at least 4 different genres: punk rock, crossover thrash, hardcore punk, and punk metal. Now they were dabbling in experimental post-hardcore, which, for my money was their most successful rendering of noise to date.… Continued →
November 21, 2019
One of Tooth & Nail’s newer signings, Paradise Now has been pretty well received with their debut ep, “Supernatural”, which was released just a couple months ago. Earlier today, the band released a video for the song, “Baptist”, which you can check out below.… Continued →
October 24, 2019
Slick Shoes and Tooth & Nail have announced the re-signing of the band with the label. Along with the signing, it has been announced that a live album called “Broadcasting Live” will be dropping on November 22nd (preorder yours here) as well as a completely new album coming our way in 2020.… Continued →
October 8, 2019
From Velvet Blue Music . . . “To celebrate the upcoming re-issue of STARFLYER 59 ‘gold’ on vinyl . . . we’ve made a run of Gold era shirts and a cool sticker pack. Links below. Or you can email me if you’d like a link to pay via PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org”.… Continued →
July 18, 2019
July 5, 2019
Who remembers Sal Paradise? Obscure 90s indie rock band from Sydney, Australia (formerly known as The Crux–unrelated to the punk band). Those who do remember them are probably most familiar with their one and only album on Tooth and Nail Records, entitled “Further.”… Continued →
June 14, 2019
Amazingly, this song is now 23 years old, and I still feel the same way about it as I did back then. It’s a fantastic song, and one of the highlights of the Christian alternative rock scene! Plankeye’s first album (“Spill”) was raw and unrefined, showing hints of Orange County punk. … Continued →
December 15, 2018
In a statement released yesterday, Disciple announced their signing with Tooth & Nail Records. The band re-enters the studio to begin to begin recording the followup to “Long Live the Rebels” next month. … Continued →
March 2, 2018
LOYALS may fill the hole in your musical heart that longs for good pop music. No, we’re not talking about computer generated beats with autotune. We’re talking about real musicians that play memorable songs that are beyond catchy. The first couple of songs offer a few glimpses of what LOYALS has to offer.… Continued →
February 25, 2018
Today marks 15 years since the release of Mae’s debut album, “Destination: Beautiful”. I personally didn’t find out about these guys until a little after “The Everglow” came out, but after I checked out “Destination: Beautiful” I couldn’t figure out which album I liked more; probably still don’t know, to be honest.… Continued →
February 4, 2018
Tooth and Nail recently announced the signing of a band called Off Road Minivan. Now, I’m going to be brutally honest here, and it may just be a matter of opinion, but these days I really haven’t found much coming out of Tooth & Nail that I like.… Continued →
November 25, 2017
The Welcome Wagon returns with a strong orchestral folk follow-up to 2012's "Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices".
November 15, 2017
Last year, a new addition to Tooth & Nail’s growing roster released their second album, and let me tell you that it’s not getting the credit it deserves. “You Wouldn’t Believe What Privilege Costs” by Civilian is one of the best T&N releases in years and here’s why.… Continued →
September 5, 2017
RIYL: Emery, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Microwave, Kids in the Way, The Classic Crime In 2001, before anyone in the Tooth & Nail community and crowd realized, one of the most under appreciated bands formed for an 8 year existence. Far-Less put out a total of 2 EPs, 2 full lengths, and one final EP that was never released.… Continued →
March 26, 2017
Terminal 1998-2006 RIYL – old school Anberlin, Dead Poetic, Jimmy Eat World, Number One Gun In this new series, we will be bringing to light many bands that showed us a brief but bright gem of music before disbanding. This entry is about the Tooth & Nail band – Terminal.… Continued →
March 1, 2017
Hearts Like Lions largely widened their audience reach when they signed with Tooth and Nail Records in 2015. They released an EP titled These Hands and as impressive and fulfilling as an EP can be, These Hands sufficiently succeeded in both.… Continued →
February 22, 2017
It’s been a quiet 5 years for The Classic Crime besides releasing an album of reworked fan favorites. The quiet has ended with the announce of their 5th full length album titled ‘How To Be Human’ on BC Records. The LP will feature 12 songs that are reportedly in the vein of Death Cab For Cutie mixed with Motion City Soundtrack.… Continued →
January 17, 2017
Hearts Like Lions have posted preorder packages for "If I Never Speak Again".
May 18, 2015
Manafest returned in August of last year with "The Moment." Better late than never, we check out this album and how it compares to his past work.
February 17, 2015
Check out We Are The City's music video for their single "King David."
December 18, 2014
Spoiler alert: This album is good. Very good. Like, really really good.
December 11, 2014
A review of the major label debut release from indie rock band Hearts Like Lions
December 4, 2014
A flourishing return from indie rock band Copeland
January 13, 2014
Number One Gun more than delivers in the return to their original lineup. Complex and intricate instrumentation back Jeff Schneeweis's signature vocals over eleven tracks that range from all-out rock anthems to electronic-laced ballads. Any fan of the band's catalog will find something to love on this solid album.
December 20, 2013
Aaron Sprinkle has turned his impressive talents to a new genre: pop. Is it a good direction for him? Yes and no. He brings a high level of production quality and songwriting to the genre which I find refreshing, but while it’s musically superb and unique in his discography, the lyrics do suffer a drop in depth – or maybe I’m just not on the right wavelength.
November 6, 2013
August 30, 2013
November 17, 2012
Acoustic Emery, as advertised...
October 18, 2012
Check out the review for Hyland's sophomore release, "Finding Our Way"