Happy Friday! If you need some new music to add to this weekend's party playlist check out Imminence's new tune that AP exclusively premiered as well as songs from the Dead Rabbitts. See all the news you might have missed below.

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Exclusive premiere of Imminence's “Broken Love” video.

We premiered the new song from the alt-rock band, which comes off their brand new album This Is Goodbye on SharpTones Records. You can grab the album here

COIN announce new album, How Will You Know If You Never Try.

The new album by the Nashville-based band drops April 21 and you can order it here.

Dee Dee Ramone's rare solo album Standing in the Spotlight returns on vinyl.

The album is made under his 'rap/hip hop' alias Dee Dee King and has been pressed on vinyl for the first time since it's original 1989 release. There are featured guest appearances by Blondie's Debbie Harry and Chris Stein. The album is limited to 3,000 pressings. You can grab it here

Famous Last Words and Manifest are going on tour.

The post-hardcore group announced their 14-stop tour today with support from Manifest and It Lives, It Breathes. Check out the dates below.


4/26 – Kent, OH @ The Outpost

4/27 – Detroit, MI @ The Ritz

4/28 – Chicago, IL @ Penny Rd

4/29 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater

5/2 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Diesel

5/3 – Providence, RI @ Firehouse 13

5/4 – Stanhope, NJ @ Stanhope House

5/6 – Niagara Falls, NY @ Evening Star

5/7 – Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall

5/8 – Cambridge, MA @ Sonia

5/9 – Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge

5/10 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club

5/12 – Newport, KY @ Thompson House

5/13 – Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone

The Dead Rabbitts (Escape The Fate's Craig Babbitt and TJ Bell) release new video and song for “This Emptiness.”

The song is the title track off of their new album out April 14. You can preorder it here. They also announced a tour with I Set My Friends On Fire—dates to be released.

Pine sign to No Sleep Records.

The Ottawa post-punk band recently signed to No Sleep Records and have also announced their newest single, “Viable” which comes off their soon-to-be-released album Pillow Talk. The album hits stores on June 9 and they have tour dates scheduled throughout the U.S. and Canada.


March 31 – Detroit – Binding of Isaac House *

April 1 – Akron, OH – Fool Mansion *

April 2 – Elyria, OH – Blank Slate

April 5 – Chicago, IL – The Music Garage

April 6 – Owensboro, KY – Ron’s Garage

April 7 – Murfreesboro, TN – Dad’s Garage

April 8 – Boaz, AL – Maggies

April 9 – Atlanta, GA – House Show

April 10 – Boone, NC – Galileo’s

April 11 – Richmond, VA – The Comm Room *

April 12 – Baltimore, MD – TheDepot Baltimore *

April 13 – Philadelphia, PA – P H Â R M Â C Y *

April 14 – Cape May, NJ – Chalk Zone SJ *

June 10 – Ottawa – House of Targ (EP Release Show)

July 15th – Ottawa Bluesfest

* with Forever Losing Sleep

Every Time I Die’s Andy Williams suplexes opponent through a glass table in his recent wrestling match.

Besides being a kick-ass musician, Williams is also professional wrestler — so don't try and steal merch. In his latest match in Orlando, Williams successfully duplexed a man through a table and it's pretty epic to watch. ETID are gearing up to go on tour with Taking Back Sunday. Get more info here

Modern Baseball featured on new Harmony Wood's song “Jenkintown-Wyncote.”

Wood's debut LP Nothing Special was recorded by Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald and Brendan Lukens is featured on lead guitar. Modern Baseball recently announced their hiatus and cancellation of shows to focus on the mental health of the band members. 

TW Walsh premieres new song “Terrible Freedom.”

TW Walsh (ex-Pedro the Lion) premiered a totally dancey new song on SoundCloud, the title track of his upcoming album Terrible Freedom. The record comes out on April 28 via Tower of Song Records and can be preordered on Kickstarter.