You can listen to a song from the EP, "Ms. Me", below as well as view the track listing.
My Chemical Romance broke up earlier this year.
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The Gaslight Anthem will also be releasing a collection of b-sides on January 28, 2014.
Plus, we play music from Bomb the Music Industry! and the aforementioned Andrew W.K. partying with The Evaporators.
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Great Cynics are supporting Like I Belong, released on Bomber Music/Lemon Days earlier this year.
The band recently announced that they will join Bring Me The Horizon for The American Dream Tour - an extensive run of North American dates that will kick off on February 3rd in Orlando, FL.
The studio project Ebert refers to is Joyce Manor's 2012 effort Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired.
I would say [the new album] is closer to [our first, self-titled album] in the sense that the songs are more straightforward and not so much experimental ... I don't want to say our last record was experimental but it was definitely a studio project.
The cult status of Into The Unknown has grown over the years, and whether due to distance or age, Bad Religion's stance on the album has softened somewhat. It was reissued for the first time since its initial release in 2010 as part of the band's 30th anniversary vinyl box set, and Greg Graffin and Brett Gurewitz both offered commentary on it that same year, which is still up at the band's website.
For more on Into The Unknown, check out this recent piece at LA Weekly.
It'll be the band's second full-length, following up 2012's Random Access Memories; they also issued the Emergency Broadcast System EP earlier this year.
The band are currently on tour with Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms, and next month will be playing a string of shows with Hot Water Music and Torche.
The writing was on the wall since before we played our first show. So many things went wrong from the start. I was into things like having a good drummer, rehearsing and spending time on things like beginnings and endings of songs, being a little less distracted with tour life and a little more on the ball. You know things that would make our efforts worthy of the name Black Flag... Yes it is my opinion that we fell very short indeed and the deminihing ticket sales and crowds are a testament to that. However It was made clear to me that raising these issues was tantamount to a blasphemous stab in the back to Greg. How could I question him, his efforts and hard work? How could I dare be a fan of OFF! And or be friends and a fan of Flag? I was told that I had to chose sides. But I refuse to treat someone like an infalable Pope figure. No guitarist deserves such unquestioning blind devotion. And so I have been excommunicated in a very strange fashion.
What The... is Black Flag's first new album since 1985's In My Head . Reyes, the Jealous Again-era frontman of the band, was brought back for the record. He was also the artist behind the album's polarizing cover art.
After 15 years of being broken up, Knapsack reunited for a short stint of shows. The reunion was completely out of the blue. One day in May, a picture of a hummingbird superimposed with Knapsack and 2013 appeared on their Facebook wall. There were no rumors floating around message boards, no "exclusive breaking news form a verified source," just a quiet, "Hi, we're back." It was a fitting re-introduction for the cherished emo band whose aesthetic and sound was always pretty minimal.
After the reunion was announced, the internet was abuzz with rumors and speculations. New music? Full US tour? Vinyl re-presses? Nope, just a handful of shows in major cities and a FEST appearance. It was perplexing to say the least, but in the end, it was a wonderful reunion celebrating the highly influential band and their legacy.
Though the band might not be putting out any new music, or doing anything over the top, Punknews sent interviewer Xan Mandell to get a well-rounded view of why they were reuniting, what it meant, and why Knapsack wasn't going to stick around past the announced dates. When he sat down with Blair Shehan (Guitar, Vocals), Sergie Loobkoff (Guitar), Colby Mancasola (Drums) and Edward Breckenridge (Bass), he got some information he might not have been supposed to get
Read the review here.
If you weren't impressed with NOFX's Self-Entitled like me, you might be thinking twice about checking out the Stoke Extinguisher EP. But thankfully, it's concise in its six tracks, not to mention boisterous, loud, vibrant and basically holding that energetic essence that NOFX initially peaked with in the '90s.
Then, Rich Cocksedge checks out the new LP from Canadian Rifle, Deep Ends:
Read the review here.
Musically, I could easily throw a lazy Off With Their Heads comparison at you, or even tempt you by suggesting Dillinger Four provide an influence here and there, but Canadian Rifle stand out in their own right with a brand of punk which is melodic, powerful and redolent with a rich, warm feel that belies some of the bleakness that comes through in the lyrics.
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