Let’s take it way back to Warped Tour ca. 2004 as When We Were Young Festival has announced their 2022 lineup. A Punk, Emo, and Metalcore kids dream, the lineup includes headliners My Chemical Romance and Paramore. Other bands on the bill include Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional, Taking Back Sunday, The Linda Lindas, Alkaline Trio, Thursday, AFI, Meet Me @ The Altar, Avril Lavigne, Senses Fail, The Wonder Years, ADTR, Ice Nine Kills, Black Veil Brides, Motionless in White, Atreyu, Four Year Strong, Palaye Royale, Acceptance, Anberlin, Knocked Loose, Silverstein, Bright Eyes, Dance Gavin Dance and more are among the bands announced. The festival will take place October 22 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tickets go on sale January 21. Check out the lineup and the ticket link below.
Post-hardcore is a genre which has thrived in recent years, which is due to a vast number of reasons. One of these is the so-called ‘Tumblr’ bands, such as La Dispute and Defeater, whose music seems to appeal to teenagers and those in their early twenties, while one of the most popular features of the genre is the meaningful and deep lyrics which people can relate to. Another band which is sure to prove a hit with the younger generation is Fell To Low, a California-based quintet with their latest release Low In The Dust (Revelation).
It is easy to hear from the first song alone, ‘Galore’, that there is something different about Fell To Low: the haunting guitar riffs and deep lyrical content gives the album an almost eerie feel. It is pretty much impossible to listen to the music without feeling somewhat attached to it, subconsciously or not. Fell To Low manage to grab your attention for the entire forty eight minutes of the record, and the end gives you an almost cathartic-like feeling.
Another stand-out track is ‘Boundary’, which opens with a slower yet beautiful guitar riff. The song soon descends into an almost chaotic structure, which is emphasised by Travis Farmer’s hard-hitting and frantic vocal style. The pace continually changes throughout the nine minute song, which allows the listener to stay focussed and interested.
Fell To Low have managed to create an impressive album which will appeal to fans across the post-hardcore and punk genres. Their emotional yet chaotic musical style allows the listener to fully engage with it, which is a quality that many bands are unable to achieve.
Robotic Empirewill be releasing a second Nirvana tribute album titled Whatever Nevermind: A Tribute To Nirvana’s Nevermind, for Record Store Day on April 18, 2015. The songs on this focuses on the Nevermind album, and will be released as a 12 inch + 7” set, as well as digital download. Stream Circa Survive‘s “Drain You” below.
Whatever Nevermind: A Tribute To Nirvana’s Nevermind track listing: 01: Young Widows – “Smells Like Teen Spirit” 02: Torche – “In Bloom” 03: Kylesa – “Come As You Are” 04: Cave In – “Breed” 05: Boris – “Lithium” 06: La Dispute – “Polly” 07: White Reaper – “Territorial Pissings” 08: Circa Survive – “Drain You” 09: Touche Amore – “Lounge Act” 10: Wrong – “Stay Away” 11: Pygmy Lush – “On A Plain” 12: Nothing – “Something In The Way” 13: Thou – “Endless, Nameless” (bonus track) 14: Thou – “Even In His Youth” (bonus track)
We are extremely stoked to announce our second tribute to Nirvana, this time with their breakout “Nevermind” album being…
The Hotelier from Worcester, MA is releasing the physical version of their first proper physical release titled It Never Goes Out in Spring 2015 via Tiny Engines, after the digital versions was released in February 2014. Stream the album here.
Before they made a splash in 2014 with their sophomore release, Home, Like Noplace Is There, the band (as The Hotel Year) quietly released their cult classic debut full-length, It Never Goes Out, in 2011. The album was unfortunately kept in label limbo in regards to a proper physical release but the time has finally come to right that wrong. Tiny Engines will release It Never Goes Out on LP/CD with all new artwork in the Spring of 2015. A year after Home, Like Noplace Is There cemented the band, revisit where it all started with It Never Goes Out.
The Hotelier will be heading out in the US with Title Fight and La Dispute in March and will head to Europe in May with festival appearances scheduled at Groezrock & Primavera Sound. The band continues to support their critically-acclaimed sophomore LP, Home, Like Noplace Is There.
Feb 28: SUNY Purchase – New York, NY (w/ 100%, Adult Mom, + more) Mar 15: The Champ – Lemoyne, PA (w/ Hurry) Mar 16: Double Happiness – Columbus, OH (w/ Dead Leaves) Mar 17: The New Vintage – Louisville, KY (w/ Frontier(s)) Mar 18: The Odditorium – Asheville, NC (w/ Muscle & Bone) Mar 19: Spring Street Firehouse – Birmingham, AL Mar 20: Heffe’s Saloon – Lafayette, LA
Dates w/ La Dispute, Title Fight Mar 21: Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX Mar 23: The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA Mar 24: Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC Mar 25: The Howard Theatre – Washington, DC Mar 26: Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA Mar 27: Webster Hall – New York, NY Mar 29: Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA Mar 31: The Alter Bar – Pittsburgh, PA Apr 01: Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON Apr 03: The Crofoot Ballroom – Pontiac, MI Apr 05: The Metro – Chicago, IL
European Dates Apr 30: Uncle M Fest @ Skaters Palace – Münster, BE May 01: Groezrock – Meerhout, BE May 03: B58 – Braunschweig, DE (w/ Make Do And Mend) May 04: Gebaude 9 – Cologne, DE (w/ Knapsack, Beach Slang Pirate Satellite Festival w/ Samiam, Make Do And Mend, Smith St Band, Joyce Manor + more) May 06: Markthalle – Hamburg, DE May 07: Astra – Berlin, DE May 08: Schlachthof – Wiesbaden, DE May 09: LKA – Stuttgart, DE May 10: Backstage – Munich, DE
Dates w/ Emperor X May 11: l’Espace B – Paris, FR May 13: Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff, UK May 14: Fighting Cocks – Kingston, UK May 15: Joiners – Southampton, UK May 17: The Owl Sanctuary – Norwich, UK May 18: Think Tank – Newcastle, UK May 19: Bloc – Glasgow, UK May 20: The Key Club – Leeds, UK May 21: The Borderline – London, UK May 22: Dot To Dot – Manchester, UK May 23: Dot To Dot – Bristol, UK May 24: Dot To Dot – Nottingham, UK May 29: Primavera Sound – Barcelona, ES May 30: Primavera Sound – Barcelona, ES
South By So What?! Festival’s 2015 edition has confirmed their final lineup, which will be held on March 20, 21 and 22, 2015 at Quik Trip Park in Grand Prairie, TX.
Friday, March 20, 2015
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Saturday, March 21, 2015
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Sunday, March 22, 2015
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La Dispute have announced a co-headlining spring North American tour with Title Fight and The Hotelier. They are supporting their new album Rooms of the House, out via Better Living/Staple Records. The album was recorded and mixed by Will Yip at Studio 4 in Philadelphia, produced by Yip and the band, and mastered at The Lodge by Emily Lazar.
Tour Dates: Mar 21: Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX Mar 23: The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA Mar 24: Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC Mar 25: Howard Theater – Washington, DC Mar 26: Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA Mar 27: Webster Hall – New York, NY Mar 29: Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA Mar 31: Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, PA Apr 01: Phoenix Theater – Toronto, ONT Apr 03: The Crofoot – Pontiac, MI Apr 05: The Metro – Chicago, IL