Converge - "Melancholia"
Boston-based heavy music pioneers Converge have released a new four song EP titled Beautiful Ruin today. Recording during The Dusk In Us sessions, this EP completes the release of all their recorded material from that time period. Each song on Beautiful Ruin is a staccato burst of emotion from Converge at their most raw; viciously precise yet alluringly out of control.
To help kick off the new EP, Converge have released a new video for their song "Melancholia" which appears on Beautiful Ruin.
Converge will embark on a west coast tour with Neurosis on July 6th; the two-week tour will bring the bands from the Pacific Northwest through California, heading down and ending Texas and will feature support from Amenra and Birds In Row on select dates. Dates and ticket info can be found HERE.
Emma Ruth Rundle - "Fever Dreams"
Emma Ruth Rundle has announced her forthcoming tertiary full-length album, On Dark Horses, and has premiered its first single; a poised, heavy-pulsed meditation on a life lived piecemeal titled “Fever Dreams.” Along with the new track, Rundle has announced that she’ll be hitting the road this fall—dates and ticket info can be found HERE.
On Dark Horses is due out on September 14 via Sargent House. Pre-orders are available here, and more details will surface soon.
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Kingdom Of Giants - "No Faith No Space"
California heavy hitters Kingdom Of Giants, released a new single today accompanied by a cleanly produced music video. "No Faith No Space" sticks to true KOG fashion with their heavy breakdowns grabbing your attention.
Stream "No Faith No Space" now on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2z4yU5R
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Meg Myers - "Jealous Sea"
Alt-rock melodist Meg Myers first introduced Take Me To The Disco with the highly personal "Numb," an uncomfortable look into her brutal experience with an old label. Out this week is the third single, "Jealous Sea," where Myers faces her inner green-eyed monster head on.
Myers teamed up with Earmilk on Wednesday to exclusively premiere the "dark and broody new single."
Take Me To The Disco is scheduled to release on July 20th via 300 Entertainment. Pre-orders are available now.
Oh, Weatherly - "I Think I Want You"
To help spread some mid week happiness, Oh, Weatherly shared "I Think I Want You" the second single and music video off their upcoming album Lips Like Oxygen, out July 27th via Hopeless Records.
Following the passing of his father, lead singer Blake Roses began channeling his energy and emotions into helping raise his younger sister as well as a budding relationship with his best friend from high school. Following the first Oh, Weatherly tour, Blake's engagement was broken off, thus beginning the process of healing through his music.
Oh, Weatherly are set to play the Full Sail University Stage at Vans Warped Tour on July 8th in Houston.
Lips Like Oxygen is now available for pre-order.
Tides of Man - "Static Hymn"
Tides of Man teamed up with New Noise Magazine this week to share the first single off their newly announced upcoming album, Every Nothing, out August 3rd. "Static Hymn" shows proof that the instrumental group are a breed of their own.
“It’s been an amazing process writing Every Nothing together as a band. We pushed ourselves and each other beyond what we thought we were capable of and we put our all into this record. We are very proud to finally release it!” – Tides Of Man (New Noise Magazine, 2018)
Pre-order Every Nothing: https://tides-of-man.lnk.to/statichymn
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William Ryan Key - "Form and Figure"
Riding on a unanimous wave of glowing praise for his debut solo EP Thirteen, former Yellowcard vocalist William Ryan Key has released the video to his new single "Form and Figure."
“I’m excited for everyone to see the music video," says Ryan. "I called on my friend and extremely talented videographer/film editor Rob Chianelli. We directed the video together, and Rob shot and edited it wonderfully. One of the coolest parts about self releasing Thirteen has been working with my close friends on the creative side. Knowing there weren’t really going to be 'singles' in the traditional sense, I kind of just wanted to do something interesting and engaging with whichever song I felt like."
In addition, Ryan will perform on the final Warped Tour this Summer for four dates (July 10, July 12, July 13, July 14). While he is currently enjoying the resounding success of Thirteen, Ryan will be celebrating his Warped Tour history as part of the seminal band he was a part of for almost two decades with an intimate acoustic Yellowcard set on the Main Stage.
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