Audio: After The Fall – Twenty Nine

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After The Fall is streaming “Twenty Nine,” off of their fifth and latest album Dedication, out May 12, 2015 via Bridge9 below. The album was recorded at The Blasting Room with prolific punk superproducer Bill Stevenson (Rise Against, NOFX, Alkaline Trio), and penned a dedication to their original bassist Brian J Peters who passed away in October 2013.

Dedication Track Listing:
01: Reflection
02: Dedication
03: Elisa
04: Condolences
05: Somehow
06: Twenty Nine
07: Ill Fate
08: Lived Fast
09: Time Will End
10: Indian Ladder

The band is currently on tour supporting their new album.

May 01: Loud Open Stage – San Luis Potos (MX)
May 02: Foro Independencia – Guadalajara (MX)
May 03: El Cuartel – Mexico D.F. (MX)
May 12: O’Brien’s – Allston, MA (w/ Heartsounds, Great Lakes USA, Tied to a Bear)
May 13: Acheron – Brooklyn, NY (w/ Heartsounds, Ambitions)
May 14: Low Beat – Albany, NY (w/ Drag the River, Heartsounds)
May 16: Pouzza Fest – Montreal, QC, Canada #(w/ 88 Fingers Louie, The Bruce Lee Band, The Planet Smashers, more)
Jun 18: Lost Horizon – Syracuse, NY (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 19: Simons677 – Providence, RI (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 20: Higher Ground – S. Burlington, VT (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 21: Port City Music Hall – Portland, ME (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 23: The Waiting Room – Buffalo, NY (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 24: Frankies – Toledo, OH (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 25: The Basement – Columbus, OH (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 26: The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)
Jun 27: Basement Transmissions – Erie, PA (w/ Anti-Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir)

War On Women Releasing Debut In February, Supporting Dates With Propogandhi and RVIVR

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Baltimore co-fed feminist punk outfit War On Women will be releasing their debut self titled full length on February 10, 2015 via Bridge9. This record was recorded by J. Robbins at the Magpie Cage (Against Me!, Coliseum, Lemuria).

War On Women – War On Women Track Listing:
1. Servilia
2. Say It
3. Meathead
4. Second Wave Goodbye
5. Swagger
6. Roe V. World
7. Glass City
8. Jordan
9. Pro-Life?
10. YouTube Comments
11. Diana La Cazadora

The band has a string of upcoming shows opening for Propagandhi and RVIVR, which are listed below.

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Supporting Propagandhi and RVIVR
Dec 27: Austin, TX @ Mohawk
Dec 28: Trees – Dallas, TX
Dec 29: Warehouse – Houston, TX
Dec 30: Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL
Dec 31: The Wooly – Gainesville, FL
Jan 02: The Social – Orlando, FL
Jan 03: State Theatre – St. Petersburg, FL

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Alcoa Releasing Thank You EP via Bridge9, Pledgemusic For Frontman’s Medical Issues


Alcoa’s forthcoming EP Thank You will be out via Bridge9 on December 2, 2014 on 12” vinyl. Due to frontman Derek Archambault needing a hip replacement,after dealing with pain and immobility in his hip and left leg, all future touring plans for both Defeater and Alcoa will be on hold. A Pledgemusic campaign was put together by fans for help and managing a successful fundraising project, offering a number of rewards in return. This EP was one of the rewards, featuring various covers from within punk and hardcore.

Thank You EP track listing:
1. Shambles [originally by Make Do and Mend]
2. Young Kerouacs [originally by I Am the Avalanche]
3. Stations [originally by Blacklisted]
4. Who’s Gonna Carry You Home? [originally by Elder Brother]
5. I Don’t Mind [originally by Defeater]

Archambault is currently recovering from his recent surgery and is currently recording a new full-length album with Alcoa.

Backtrack on Every Time I Die, The Ghost Inside US Tour


Backtrack is currently supporting Every Time I Die and The Ghost Inside on their current United States tour, with Architects (UK) and Hundredth. Dates are posted below. Check out their album Lost In Lifehere.

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Nov 14: Strummer’s – Fresno, CA
Nov 15: The Glass House – Pomona, CA
Nov 16: The Glass House – Pomona, CA
Nov 17: The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
Nov 18: Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
Nov 19: El Corazon – Seattle, WA
Nov 21: Club Sound – Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 22: The Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
Nov 23: Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, NM
Nov 25: The Prophet Bar – Dallas, TX
Nov 26: Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
Nov 28: The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
Nov 29: The State Theatre – St. Petersburg, FL
Nov 30: Revolution – Fort Lauderdale, FL
Dec 01: Underbelly – Jacksonville, FL
Dec 03: Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH
Dec 04: The Castle Theatre – Bloomington, IL
Dec 05: The Granada – Lawrence, KS
Dec 06: Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN
Dec 07: Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
Dec 08: The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
Dec 09: St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI
Dec 11: Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA
Dec 12: Webster Hall – New York, NY
Dec 13: Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
Dec 14: Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
Dec 15: Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
Dec 16: Mr. Smalls Theatre – Millvale, PA
Dec 17: House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
Dec 18: Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY