The last time we checked in with the Sheffield, UK metalcore five-piece, Bring Me The Horizon, it was when we were discussing the band’s love of laughably long album titles, as well as their increasingly progressive direction with keys and effects in their efforts. With “There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret,” the band brought us waves of heightened technicality and crashing riffs to contrast the sampled orchestrals, as they solidified their peer status with groups like The Devil Wears Prada, Suicide Silence, and even Underoath. Three years later, Oli and company has progressed both in sound and message, using their new record “Sempiternal” as a christening of the band tapping into several new veins of inspiration and influence. The most noticeable of which is a more subdued sound on the whole, and a much more direct target at certain subjects. read more
Bring Me The Horizon has posted the video for their song “Sleepwalker” online. The track is featured on their new album, “Sempiternal“ which is available on April 2nd through Epitaph Records. You can watch below.
Bring Me The Horizon has posted their entire new album, “Sempiternal” up for stream. The effort will be released on April 2nd through Epitaph Records. You can hear it below.
Retox have signed to Epitaph Records. The band will release their new offering “YPLL” through the label on May 7th. The group has posted the video for their song “Congratulations You Are Good Enough“ below.
3/4 Los Angeles, CA – Pehrspace
3/14 Austin, TX – The Liberty (‘SXSW‘)
3/15 San Antonio – The Korova
3/16 Austin, TX – The Scoot Inn (‘SXSW‘)
3/17 Austin, TX – Beerland (‘SXSW‘)
3/19 Tempe, AZ – Sail Inn
3/20 San Diego, CA – Che Cafe
Bad Religion has posted their new album “True North” up for stream inn its entirety online. The effort will be released next week through Epitaph Records. You can hear it below.
Bad Religion has premiered their new song “Vanity” up for stream here. The track is featured on the bands new album “True North” which will be released through Epitaph Records.
Off With Their Heads have posted their new song “Nightlife” online for stream. The track is featured on the groups new album “Home” which will be released on March 12th through Epitaph Records. You can hear the song and see the track listing below.
Converge has posted their new album “All We Love We Leave Behind” online. The effort will hit stores on October 9th through Epitaph Records. You can hear the song below.
Converge has made their new track “Shame In The Way“ available for stream online here. The song appears on the bands forthcoming album “All We Love We Leave Behind“, which is set for an October 9th release date through Epitaph Records.
Ever since Our Last Night dumbfoundedly created their post-hardcore magnum opus “The Ghosts Among Us,” the band has grown up physically and matured what they perceive to be musically. The question on many people’s mind is why do all hardcore bands, in one way or another, look to make softer and less hectic music over time. “The Ghosts Among Us” was a perfect balance of melodic riffage, dual sing/scream vocals, and lyrical one-liners filled with wonderfully quizzical metaphors. But recent efforts “We Will All Evolve” and the first singles from 2012′s “Age Of Ignorance” have chosen to become more direct lyrically and musically, settling for a rock structure and anthem repetition to impact their listeners instead. I had noticed this trend going into the band’s latest record and became nervous that it might have their music become a glazed-over, radio-friendly shadow of their former selves. read more