It’s been a busy week around the rock world so here’s a quick round up of some of the news stories that you might have missed…
Senses Fail, supporting their new album, brought a high-energy show to Baltimore Soundstage on March 10, 2018, with support from Reggie and The Full Effect, Have Mercy, and Household.
Hawthorne Heights have announced the upcoming release of Bad Frequencies, the band’s first full-length album since 2013 and first release on Pure Noise Records.
Counterparts are streaming new song “Haunt Me” taken from their 3rd, full-length album, You’re Not You Anymore.
Canadian metal/hardcore band Counterparts has released a stream for the new track “Swim Beneath My Skin” from their third album You’re Not You Anymore.
Seaway headed the line-up of a four band feast in the depths of Rock City’s Basement. It was a good turn out for a small venue, with several band t-shirts adorned throughout the crowd.
Metallic hardcore band, First Blood, are now streaming the entirety of Rules, their third full-length due out on February 10th via Pure Noise Records.
Gainesville punks, Less Than Jake are now streaming their entire new EP, Sound The Alarm, which drops via Pure Noise Records on February 3rd – hear it inside!
Hardcore band First Blood are now streaming the song “These Are The Rules” off their forthcoming album,
Less Than Jake have debuted yet another new track, “Whatever The Weather,” off their pending Pure Noise Records EP, Sound The Alarm, set for a February 3rd release.
What better way to start to say goodbye to 2016 than with a set of glowing holiday trees and some great music? Four Year Strong took the stage in Worcester, MA for a hometown show on December 30th.