Posts Tagged ‘Epitaph Records’
Posted on July 26, 2010 - by Editor
In what is already a jam packed summer of UK, European and American festival appearances as well as a support slot with Green Day at Wembley Stadium, Frank Turner is also finding time to release his new single ‘Try This At Home’ on 2nd August 2010.
The fourth song to be lifted from ‘Poetry Of The…
Posted on July 1, 2010 - by Editor
Until We Surrender
From the remnants of melodic death-metal band Light This City founding members Laura Nichol (guitars/vocals) and Ben Murray (guitars/vocals/drums) have forged a new identity and sound in HeartSounds. It’s an incredibly melodic record relying on the to and fro (harmonic) vocal shift between the two singers and the up-tempo pace (a leftover…
Posted on June 8, 2010 - by Editor
US punk rock group Heartsounds will release their latest album “Until We Surrender” digitally on June 15 via Epitaph Records.
Formed from the ashes of now defunct melodic death-metal band Light This City, Heartsounds consists of founding members Laura Nichol (guitars/vocals) and Ben Murray (guitars/vocals) who after growing tired of banging heads decided to return to…
Posted on June 4, 2010 - by Editor
Refused “The Shape Of Punk To Come Deluxe Edition” hits stores everywhere on June 7th and right now you can stream the previously unreleased live album (featured as a bonus disc on the Deluxe Edition) on the bands MySpace page.
The Deluxe Edition of “The Shape of Punk to Come” will be released as a three…
Posted on May 28, 2010 - by Editor
Off With their Heads
Finding stability in the line-up and signing to Epitaph earlier this year has certainly meant the increased exposure surrounding the Minneapolis band had raised expectations for their label debut; “In Desolation” doesn’t disappoint. When a certain Brett Gurewitz announced “Off With Their Heads might be the best punk band going…
Posted on April 25, 2010 - by Editor
Punk rock and bowling seem to go hand in hand stateside and the BYO Records founded event Punk Rock Bowling (PRB) is hitting its 12th year in 2010. Some have disregarded the event as a gimmick, but the event has grown year by year which includes a stellar band line-up for the Las Vegas weekend…Read the full story »
Posted on April 17, 2010 - by Editor
If you are a fan of pop punk, Four piece Veara have confirmed the release date for their new album “What We Left Behind” on May 24 via Epitaph Records in partnership with Running Man Records.
The quirky foursome from Augusta, GA, made up of Bradley Wyrosdick (Vocals), Patrick Bambrick (Vocals/Guitar), Bryan Kerr (Vocals/Bass) and…
Posted on February 3, 2010 - by Editor
Epitaph Records has signed US punk band Off With Their Heads. The punks recently took time off from touring to record their second full length album, with plans for a summer release.
Formed in 2002, Off With Their Heads went through a slew of musicians before finally cementing the lineup with Ryan Young on vocals/guitar, Justin…
Posted on September 11, 2009 - by Curvball
Groundbreaking hardcore-metal band Converge will release their long anticipated new studio album, Axe To Fall, on October 19 via Epitaph (vinyl on Deathwish). Considered one of the most intense, important, and influential metal/hardcore bands ever, Converge continue their uncompromising evolution, experimenting and manipulating the fiercest form of music with the most aggressive album of…Read the full story »
Posted on May 15, 2009 - by Editor
Australia’s top Metal/Hardcore band Parkway Drive will return to Europe this June, for the first time after their headlining appearance at the “Never Say Die Tour” in November last year.
The tour, which kicks off on June 12th at the Download Festival in the UK, will include club shows as well as appearances at…Read the full story »
Posted on October 17, 2008 - by Curvball
New Jersey hardcore group LeATHERMOUTH have signed to Epitaph Records with plans to release their debut album in early 2009.
Featuring founding members Frank Iero of My Chemical Romance (vocals) and Rob Hughes (guitar) along with various friends who have toured and recorded with them, LeATHERMOUTH was formed in a garage in New Jersey in 2007…
Posted on August 25, 2008 - by Curvball
This summer punk rock institution BAD RELIGION will be taking its entire back catalogue home to its birth label Epitaph Records
The titles include the landmark records Tested, No Substance, The Gray Race, The New America & Stranger Than Fiction, summing up to seventeen of the legendary punk veteran’s releases. The five re-issued albums will…