Set It Off will release Upside Down on October 7th via Equal Vision Records. They’ve released a video for the first song on the album, “Something New.”
It looks like Anberlin are teasing a vinyl box set of some kind on Instagram.
Sum 41 has launched pre-order bundles for their new album, 13 Voices.
Andy Hurley from Fall Out Boy is also playing in a band called Sect. They’ve posted three songs up on Bandcamp and will be releasing their debut album on August 5th via Deathwish. Noisey has more details on the band:
Comprised of [Chris] Colohan on vocals, James Chang and Scott Crouse on guitar, Ian Edwards on bass, and drummer Andrew Hurley, Sect rips and roars, chugs and stomps, and generally just fucking shreds. Colohan’s caustic vocals are instantly recognizable, all sneer and snarl, and the unexpected shards of melody studding the otherwise cutthroat template of tracks like “Sinking” add a darker, moodier dimension to the short, sharp hardcore shocks of songs like “Scourge of Empire” and “Death Dealer.”
Sum 41’s “Fake My Own Death” is up on the international versions of Spotify and Apple Music, it should hit the US versions in just a few hours. Until then it looks like it’s on YouTube.
Pretty good year for the return of pop-punk bands I liked as a teenager.
Tegan and Sara’s interview and performance on “Charlie Rose” can be found below.
Entertainment Forum: What movies do you love that the critics panned?
Andrew McMahon and Rivers Cuomo of Weezer are both featured on Lindsey Stirling’s upcoming album Brave Enough. The album will be out August 19th.
Millencolin and Such Gold have announced a Canadian tour. Dates can be found below.
Broken Beak, featuring Brendan Lukens from Modern Baseball, are streaming their new album via Stereogum. You can find it below as well.
Taking Back Sunday have shared their new video for “Tidal Wave.”
The Strokes have posted their video for “Threat of Joy.”
GWAR have announced the lineup for their 2016 Gwar-B-Q festival. Performances this year include Against Me!, American Nightmare, Lagwagon, Lamb of God, and more.
The Ramones’ demo for “I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You” premiered on the Wall Street Journal today. You can stream it below.
Fans will notice the demo’s tempo is slightly slower, the bass is turned up and an extra 12 seconds stand out from the original recording. The track was recorded by Tommy Ramone at Dick Charles Recording at 729 7th Avenue in New York City.
Pierce the Veil performed “Circles” on Conan last night.
Riot Fest have announced the final additions to their 2016 festivals in Denver, CO and Chicago, IL, as well as the single-day lineups. Single-day and multi-day tickets go on sale today at 10:00am PDT. You can find the full press release below.
Taking Back Sunday’s new single “Tidal Wave” is up on Apple Music. You’ll find the track listing for the album, and artwork, below.
Blink-182’s second episode of “The Drop” for Spotify has been released. This one is an interview with Travis Barker.