It's from the band's upcoming LP Ordinary Silence, due out June 25, 2013 via No Sleep Records. They'll be kicking off a tour with You Blew It!, Light Years and others beginning June 27.
Badges for the festival will be available at four different tiers, ranging from $100 to $375. No word yet on the lineup, but the organizers are promising over 700 events spread across 175 venues. A promotional video for the event can be seen below; more info is available at the CBGB website.
Lisabi released a video for a track off of Senseless titled "Aneurisma".
Listen over at Stereogum. The band will be touring with The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die and Dads this summer.
Meanwhile, Riot Fest Chicago is slated for Sept. 13-15 and will feature Fall Out Boy, Blink-182, Violent Femmes, Motorhead, The Lawrence Arms and a slew of others.
Click below to see the dates. The band's most recent full-length Daisy was released way back in 2009, although a deluxe reissue of their debut Your Favourite Weapon arrived last year via Razor & Tie.
The two live tracks, "Anchor" and "Wearing White," can be heard at The AV Club. Both songs originally appeared on 2009's 52 Weeks. IIOI's new full-length and follow-up to 2011's Proper is expected out this year via Triple Crown Records.
The Fest 12 will be happening Oct. 31-Nov.3 in Gainesville, FL, with a two-day pre-Fest event set for Oct 29-30 in Ybor City, FL. Tickets and such are available here. The full lineup so far can be seen below.
The band reported on their Facebook page:
And then on Deathwish's Facebook:
We have completed our new album. We are beyond excited. More news will soon come. Go see what Deathwish Inc. had to say about it.
You can also see some photos from their time in the studio here.
Modern Life Is War have finished recording their new album at God City. I haven't been this excited and moved from a contemporary hardcore/punk release in a long time. More news on the release coming soon.
And in case you missed it, you can read our interview with SFAC founder, Mark Beemer, here.
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The duo are no strangers to the comic book business having worked together on projects such as Menu, released by Trip City, and a backup story in the Image Comics' series Five Ghosts. The book itself is being released by the up-and-coming publisher, Black Mask Studios. Black Mask is headed by Bad Religion guitarist and Epitaph Records owner, Brett Gurewitz, alongside comic book industry veterans Steve Niles and Matt Pizzolo. Contributing editor, Armando Olivas, spoke with Patrick and Matthew about the latest project and more.
You can find the new songs on Druglords of the Avenue's Punknews.org Profile.