Basement - "Disconnect"
Basement have announced details of their new LP Beside Myself, which will be released October 12th on Fueled By Ramen. The band has also shared the new track, “Disconnect,” which is streaming now accompanied by an official music video via The FADER.
Basement’s Andrew Fisher commented on “Disconnect” explaining, “This song was one of the first we wrote over two summers ago and we knew very early on that it would be a song we would enjoy playing live.”
Dead Cross - "Church Of The Motherfuckers (Planet B Remix)"
Dead Cross, on the back of their storming European tour, which included an unforgettable surprise show in London, have unveiled a video for "Church of the Motherfuckers (Planet B Remix)". The track is from the foursome's recently released self-titled EP, available now via Ipecac Recordings (http://smarturl.it/DCep).
"This is meant to be an extension to the original 'Church of the Motherfuckers' video," explains Justin Pearson of the Israel Henshaw and Jay Strickland directed clip. "Perhaps an interpretation but a realistic view or organized religion in the real world, and in modern times, which is unfortunate. Are well free in this world? This is Jesus Christ, this is religion."
Drug Church - "Avoidarama"
Earlier this week, Drug Church announced details of their new album and released the second single, "Avoidarama." The bands 3rd studio album, Cheer, will be available November 2nd and is their first under their new label, Pure Noise Records.
The song's video was directed by Ian Shelton and stars Brian Murray and Gary Cotti alongside the band's guitarist, Nick Cogan. The clip revolves around a man who plays dead in order to avoid awkward situations.
Pre-order Cheer now at http://drugchurch.net/.
Fairwell - "Felt"
Be prepared to favorite this debut single from Fairwell. Today, the Orange County based quintet introduced themselves and gained new fans with the release of their first track, "Felt," which was accompanied with their first music video that was Directed by the band's vocalist, Darnell Frazier.
"Felt" is just a sample of what Fairwell has to offer so keep an eye out for more music to come soon.
Fatherson - "Charm School"
Indie rock band Fatherson have released the second single off their upcoming album, Sum Of All Your Parts. The new LP is out everywhere on September 14th and pre-orders are available now.
On the new track, Fatherson shared: "'Charm School' is an observation on having to mind your p's and q's all the time - and the need to jump through hoops for other people. A charm school is an elocution school where people are taught manners above all else - which might be a little unrealistic for real life."
Gouge Away - "Only Friend"
Ft. Lauderdale’s Gouge Away will release their Deathwish debut, Burnt Sugar, on September 28th. The band teamed up with Revolver Magazine this week to premiere their video for the song, "Only Friend."
The album, which was mixed and mastered by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Oathbreaker) and produced by Jeremy Bolm (Touche Amore), dives into personal and political subject matter without getting the bends on its way back to the surface.
Burnt Sugar is available for pre-order now; more news from Gouge Away will surface soon.
Justin Courtney Pierre - "In The Drink"
Motion City Soundtrack frontman Justin Courtney Pierre has announced the upcoming release of his debut solo record In The Drink. The record will be released via Epitaph Records on October 12th. This week via Billboard, Pierre shared the lead single and title track from In The Drink, an urgent and bouncy, guitar-fueled pop song built on Pierre’s "classically quirky but heartfelt lyrics."
This fall, Pierre will embark on a national tour in support of In The Drink. Kicking off on November 1 in Chicago, the tour wraps up on December 9 in Seattle. For on sale information, visit http://www.justincourtneypierre.com/.
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Miserable - "Gasoline"
Vocalist for King Woman, Kristina Esfandiari takes on a vulnerable form in her solo work under the moniker, Miserable. Yesterday, Esfandiari announced she will be releasing two EPs as Miserable and debuted the first single, "Gasoline" via FLAUNT. On October 26th, Miserable will be re-releasing her 2015 EP Dog Days, which was originally released as a limited edition cassette, along with a brand new EP titled Loverboy, both via Sargent House.
SUMAC - "Attis' Blade"
Ahead of the September 21st release of their album Love In Shadow, SUMAC have shared the album's epic 15-minute-long single "Attis' Blade." The track traverses through thundering passages, waves of dirge-like contemplation, and barrages of spontaneous chaos.
SUMAC's Aaron Turner (ISIS, Old Man Gloom) explains: “While all Love In Shadow was written before our recording session with Haino, that experience further bolstered our confidence to travel further into territories free of preconceived structure and melody. Immediacy, intuition, and risk have become an increasingly important aspect of our music making.”
SUMAC are currently preparing for a tour throughout the U.S. midwest and east coast just ahead of their album release. CLICK HERE for dates and ticket info.
Pre-order SUMAC's Love In Shadow here.
Woes - "Over It"
Rising Edinburgh pop-punk band Woes drop their new music video for “Over It”. The track is the final single on the band’s latest EP Self Help, which was released this past May via UNFD.
“’Over It’ was one of the first songs we wrote for Self Help, and it was the first song we wrote where we made a conscious effort to try and write something that didn’t sound like a traditional pop punk song, ”states Woes frontman David “DJ” Jess. “We’ve always been into heavy music and we wanted to write something heavy, that still sounded like us.”