Opeth have premiered a brand new track from their forthcoming 10th record, Heritage, which lands on September 27 via Roadrunner.
The song is called The Devil’s Orchard and is a bit different than what one would expect; it’s sung completely in clean vocals (which isn’t a bad thing at all), their a no heavy aspects to the song and the mix has a lovely stripped back, subdued to it. All these things and more make it a dinger of a song. Check it out.
This Time Next Year will release their next full length in September, check out the details by clicking the link below.
August Burns Red have premiered the new video for their track, Internal Cannon, from their newest full length, Leveller, which landed last month.
Check it out here.
FFO: Between the Buried and Me, breakdowns.
After a bit of research, I have discovered the song is from a Triple J: Live at the Wireless recording from earlier in the year.
A good quality live version of a new(ish) Gaslight Anthem song has surfaced online. The song, called Biloxi Parish has yet to appear on any studio release from the band but it has been floating around in different forms on YouTube and other sites since February.
FFO: Bruce Springsteen, The Bouncing Souls.
Hot Snakes will be reuniting for a show at this year’s ATP in the UK this December. They have also hinted at further shows in the future. Let’s hope so.
The band broke up way (too soon) back in 2005.
Check out the statement from John Reis in the link below.
The last YOU SHOUD LISTEN TO band, Banquets, have premiered a brand new track, Forever Bender, on Punknews.org.
The song appears on their forthcoming full length, Top Button, Bottom Shelf, which drops on August 23.
FFO: Grown Ups, Taking Back Sunday.
Cursive have entered ARC Studios in Omaha with Matt Bayles (Minus the Bear, Isis) in the producer’s seat to record their next full length.
No firm details have been released, but expect a release either late this year or early next. It will follow 2009’s Mama, I’m Swollen.
FFO: Built to Spill, Muckafurgason.
Today’s YOU SHOUDL LISTEN TO is a good one. Can’t wait for you to check these guys out. Who? Over the Ocean, that’s who. Read their comprehensive bio after the link just below and check out their new video for Something I Was Not here.
The song is the first single from the new banger of an album, Paper House, which dropped yesterday on Spartan.
It’s not really news, but you should do yourself a favour and watch this video. It’s The National playing their best song, Fake Empire, live with Zach Condon of Beirut.
What’s a better song from The National? Chuck a comment of your favourite tracks from this top notch group.
You can stream Bomb the Music Industry’s newie, Vacation, here.
FFO: Anti-Flag, Defiance, Ohio.
Mediaskare’s latest signing, Hundreth, have posted a brand spanking new song from their forthcoming full length, Let Go, which drops on September 27.
You can listen to Live Today only after you throw them a ‘like’ on FB, which is a pretty good deal. Do it!
FFO: The Carrier, Misery Signals.
Dear and the Headlights have decided to hang the gloves up. The band released a couple of really good full lengths on Equal Vision.
Check out the super long statement from the band in the link below.
Mastodon will release their much anticipated fifth album in September. Check out the full details in the link below.