A lot happens in our scene each day. In an attempt to capture what you might've missed, we gather up noteworthy moments and package them in one convenient post. Check out today's recap below!
1. WSTR put out a new single from their upcoming album!
The pop punk group's new song is titled “Nail In The Casket (Thanks For Nothing).” It's another fast paced track from their debut album, Red, Green Or Inbetween, which will be available on January 20. WSTR are also heading out for a few shows around the U.K. at the end of this month, and you can find those dates below. Check out the No Sleep group's latest single below, preferably while enjoying a slice of pizza.
24 SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
25 BRISTOL The Fleece
26 LEEDS The Key Club
27 GLASGOW Stereo
29 NEWCASTLE 02 Academy 2
30 MANCHESTER Sound Control
31 NOTTINGHAM Rock City Basement
01 NORWICH Epic Studios
02 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy 3
03 LONDON The Underworld
2. Davey Suicide have announced a touring stint with Dope, Combichrist and September Mourning, and have also revealed their new album cover.
The Blood Lust Death Tour is sure to be a killer one, as the four groups will embark on a tour that will hit pretty much every major U.S. city. The full list of dates can be seen below. Davey Suicide will be touring in honor of their forthcoming release Made From Fire, and the band has also just revealed the album's cover. Check it out!
2-27 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
2-28 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
3-2 Salt Lake City UT – Liquid Joe's
3-3 Co Springs CO – Sunshine Studios
3-4 Merriam KS – Aftershock
3-5 Springfield MO – Outland Ballroom
3-6 Omaha NE – Sokol Underground
3-7 Iowa City IA – Gabe's
3-8 St Paul MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
3-9 Dubuque IA – Courtside
3-10 Ringle WI – Q&Z Expo Center
3-12 Madison WI – The Annex
3-13 Cudahy WI – The Metal Grill
3-14 Cleveland OH – The Agora
3-15 Arlington Heights IL – HOME Bar
3-16 Valparaiso IN – Big Shots
3-17 Belvidere IL – The Apollo Theatre
3-18 Flint MI – The Machine Shop
3-19 Battle Creek MI – The Music Factory
3-20 Louisville KY – Trixie's Ent. Complex
3-21 Pittsburgh PA – Diesel
3-24 Worcester MA – Palladium
3-25 Halethorpe MD – Fish Head Cantina
3-26 Greensboro NC – Arizona Pete's
3-28 Winter Park FL – The Haven
3-29 Tampa FL – The Orpheum
3-30 Fort Lauderdale FL – O'Malley's
4-2 New Orleans LA – Southport Music Hall
4-3 Austin TX – Grizzly Hall
4-4 Houston TX – Scout Bar
4-5 San Antonio TX – Fitzgerald's
4-6 Dallas TX – Trees
4-8 Mesa AZ – Club Red
4-9 Los Angeles CA – The Regent Theater
3. Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes have released the title track from their new album!
“Modern Ruin,” accoring to Frank himself, is the “only hardcore song on the whole record, but it’s the defining hardcore song of a generation, I hope.” The album Modern Ruin will be released on January 20 via International Death Cult, and Turner and the boys will also be touring around the U.K. in March. Check out their slamming new song, as well as their tour dates below!
16 – NORWICH – Waterfront
17 – MANCHESTER – Academy 2
18 – NEWCASTLE – Riverside
19 – GLASGOW – St. Lukes
21 – BELFAST – Oh Yeah Music Centre
22 – DUBLIN – Academy 2
24 – LEEDS – Stylus
25 – BIRMINGHAM – Asylum
26 – CARDIFF – Globe
27 – EXETER – Phoenix
29 – PORTSMOUTH – Wedgewood Rooms
30 – LONDON – Koko
4. Code Orange have released another harrowing single from their upcoming release, Forever.
The song premiered on BBC Radio 1's Rock Show with Daniel P Carter, and it continues to push the expectations for Code Orange's Roadrunner debut. “Ugly” begins with a haunting melody that slowly builds into an aggressive song that is unlike most things you've probably heard from them. You can listen to the song at the 1:37:00 minute mark here. Forever will be available everywhere by the end of this week, as it's release will come on January 13. You can find the albums tracklisting below.
02. Kill the Creator
04. Bleeding in the Blur
05. The Mud
06. The New Reality
09. No One Is Untouchable
10. Hurt Goes On
5. Speak Low If You Speak Love release new video for “A List Of Things,” and publish detailed interview with Ryan Scott Graham.
Taco Bell's Feed The Beat has premiered Graham's new video, in addition to publishing a thorough interview with the singer, songwriter, and State Champs' bassist. In the interview, Graham talks about how Speak Low If You Speak Love acts as an outet for him personally, as well as a past, present, and future breakdown of the project. Speak Low if You Speak Love will also be touring in Japan later this year. You can read the full interview here, and check out the new video for “A List Of Things” below!
6. Storm The Sky have released a thatrical music video for their song, “Wake Up Sleeping.”
This video literally places the viewer in a theater and allows them to view a visually striking performance of Storm The Sky's song. “Wake Up Sleeping” comes off of the album Sin Will Find You, which is available now on UNFD. You can watch their newest production below!
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