Friday, October 12, 2012

Stream Anberlin's Vital In Its Entirety!

Anberlin's new album Vital drops next Tuesday, Oct. 16th, but you can stream the entire album early over at KROQ.  "Incredible" just doesn't quite cut it for this album.  This has settled itself in my top album of the year so far, and I will have a full review once I've listened to the album a few more times.  Definitely the best album in Anberlin's amazing library.

Check it out!

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Stream New From Indian Lakes Song "Stay Outside"


Absolutepunk have an exclusive stream of a new From Indian Lakes song, called "Stay Outside".  The song comes from their upcoming album Able Bodies, which drops on November 13th.  Everything I've heard so far suggests that Able Bodies is going to be fantastic.  Definitely check the song out here!!

Funeral For A Friend Release New Video and New Album Update

Funeral For A Friend are set to release their new album Conduit on January 28th, 2013.  This will be an excellent way to start off a new year of music.  They have also released a video for the first single off of the album, called "Best Friends and Hospital Beds", which you can check out below.  The song is really good in typical FFAF fashion.  Can't wait to hear the rest of the album!

Download Anberlin B-side "Safe Here" For Free


You can now download a b-side from Anberlin's upcoming album Vital over on Facebook.  It won't be appearing on the album, so definitely grab it while it's available!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Stream Caspian's "Waking Season" In Its Entirety

Head on over to Spin for a full stream of Caspian's new album, Waking Season.  They claim it to be the best post-rock album of 2012.  From a first listen, it is absolutely incredible.  It'll definitely be in my top 5 for the year.  So, what are you waiting for.  Click Here.  And, enjoy!

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

From Indian Lakes Stream "We Are Sick"

An up-and-comer band, From Indian Lakes, are streaming a new song "We Are Sick" over on Purevolume.  The song comes from their new full-length album, Able Bodies, that drops on November 13th.  The song sounds quite good.  Definitely looking forward to hearing more.

Listen below!


And, if that's not enough check out more songs (which you can download for free on Bandcamp) below:

Friday, September 14, 2012

Full Stream of We Are The Ocean's "Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow"

Stream We Are The Ocean's new album Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow in its entirety below.  Definitely some of their best work.  Check it out!


Stream Abel's New Album "Make It Right" in its Entirety


Head on over to Absolutepunk.net to listen to Abel's new album Make It Right.  The album is really good, which came as a pleasant surprise.  I enjoyed their first album, but it didn't really stick. Make It Right, however, is a definite must-listen.  As the post on Absolutepunk.net states, fans of Manchester Orchestra, Brand New, and As Cities Burn will surely enjoy this album.  I highly recommend to check it out!

Stream New Caspian Song "Procellus"

You can stream yet another new song from Caspain, called "Procellus", below.  The song comes from their upcoming album Waking Season.  With every new song I hear from this album, my anticipation gets that much greater!  Can't wait to hear the whole thing straight through.


If you can't hear the song above (e.g., you live in Germany), head to visions.de to listen.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Circa Survive Release Music Video for "Suitcase"

Check out Circa Survive's new music video for "Suitcase" below.

Friday, September 7, 2012

As I Lay Dying Release Album Preview

As I Lay Dying have released some 30 second previews of a few more tracks from their upcoming album, Awakened.  And, they sound huge.


Review: Coasta - Coast EP



When I listened to Coasta's EP, my first reaction was, "how the hell did I not listen to this before September?!!".  This album is ridiculously good, and crazy diverse.  Each song can be pretty different from the next, but at the same time, all the tracks seem to fit so well together.

The first track, "Young Blood" really gets you in the mood with its groovy rock with perfect drum-work in the background. Then slips in "The Slide" (see what I did there?), an acoustic-driven, southern-ish folk-rocker.  But, even when you think you have the song figured out, there's a somewhat haunting chorus of voices shimmering in the background.  This is easily one of the best songs on the EP.

Next up is "Michael Traction", driven by a steady drum beat and plucked guitars, but then comes the chorus filled with so many great chords.  "Sirens" also boasts some great surf-rock with some very good chord progressions.  The album ends with "Sunzal" which probably sounds most like an indie, folk song with some interesting keyboards thrown in for good measure.  It's a nice send off for a really great album.

I'm pretty disappointed I didn't know about this album when it was first released, but I'm glad I finally managed to hear it now.  Definitely the best EP I've heard so far this year.  Really looking forward to hearing more from these guys.  Do not hesitate to check them out!


Review: I The Mighty - Karma Never Sleeps EP



I The Mighty did not hold back a single thing for Karma Never Sleeps.  This EP is huge.  It's got catchy choruses and excellent technical-work in both the guitars and drums, reminiscent of The Receiving End of Sirens.  Really, everything about this album feels tight.

Brent Walsh's vocals are also top notch, fitting right in with the huge sound of this album.  I also really appreciated his meaningful lyrics, all surrounding the overall theme of Karma.  The lyrics range from politics in "Cutting Room Floor" to a dreamy love story in "Dreamer".  You can even find some pretty dark undertones in the final track, "Escalators", as a man reflects on his past life on his way to Hell.  "Dancing on a Tightrope" is probably my favorite track on the album.  There's some really great hooks and the lyrics are easily the most relatable on the album.

I'm definitely expecting big things to come from I The Mighty.  The only downside to this EP is that it ends too quickly.  Here's hoping we get a full-length soon!

Review: Troubled Coast - I've Been Thinking About Leaving You EP



Earlier this year, Troubled Coast released a killer of an EP.  I've seen them compared (many times over) to La Dispute.  A band I wish I could get into, but for some reason I just can't.  However, I love everything about I've Been Thinking About Leaving You.  Perhaps it's the fact that through all the speak-yelling from Mike Scornaienchi, there's still some really great choruses.  This makes the album a bit more accessible.  Seriously, I love a good chorus that melds with the speak-yelling.  For example, in "La Jatee", there is some sweet back-and-forth between "clean-ish" vocals and yelling.  And, all I can think is bring on the noise.

Often, this also helps give a slight reprieve to the absolutely intense lyrics spitting into your ear.  The first track, "Patient Hands", includes one of the catchiest choruses of the year.  This song has definitely earned a permanent spot on my sprint-interval running playlist.  Every time the chorus (to which Matt Vincent from The American Scene adds vocals) comes on, I find myself running harder and harder.

This is a really good EP and I recommend everyone to check it out -- especially if the type of music may not be your usual thing.  It's much more accessible than others like it.  Also, be on the look out as Troubled Coast will be releasing a full-length later this year.  As I said earlier…bring on the noise!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Stream New Caspian Song


Soundcheck has a stream of the title track from Caspian's new album, Waking Season.  The song features a slow crescendo full of many fantastic sonic sounds.  It is truly a solid intro for the album.  I absolutely cannot wait to hear the rest of Waking Season.  I predict it'll find a place in my top 5 for the year.

Listen below and head on over to Soundcheck to read more!

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Review: Circa Survive - Violent Waves




Circa Survive decided to separate themselves from label pressure and self-produce their fourth studio album, Violent Waves.  What results is one of their most diverse and intense albums yet.  In short, it's their best album.  They have assimilated all of the best qualities of their previous albums into 55 minutes of pure rawness, swift tempo changes, and a variety of sonic-sounds -- some of which are fairly different from past albums.  But, in the end, it's pure euphoria.

The listener is first graced with the seven minute opener, "Birth of the Economic Hit Man", driven by sweeping guitar-effects from Colin Frangicetto and Brendan Ekstrom.  This quickly transitions to "Sharp Pracitce", in which Anthony Green aggressively expresses his frustration with the music industry. The next song, "Suitcase", was one of the early songs released from the album, and it still doesn't feel stale.  The song features Green's vocals drifting over atmospheric guitar-riffs as syncopated beats from drummer Steve Clifford act as the wind in the song's progression.  Later, Geoff Rickly, from the band Thursday, contributes some guest vocals to "The Lottery", a wrenching song about mortality inspired by a cancer diagnosis in Green's family.  Rickly's chill voice adds a haunting background to Green's more aggressive vocals. 

The latter half of the album has a more chill vibe, but it's probably my favorite half.  It includes intimate songs about the past like "Think of Me When They Sound" to the steady beats of "Bird Song" telling us to let go of inevitable stress.  Violent Waves ends with what might be one of their best songs ever written, "I'll Find A Way".  The lead guitar trickles over hills and valleys, giving us a truly solid closer. This song just grooves -- and it does so for seven minutes.  A nice touch for anyone who likes symmetry.  

Violent Waves is hands-down the best album I've heard so far this year.  Circa Survive took a chance in leaving their label and doing it all on their own.  Well, they succeeded in every way possible.  Now, back to listening to the album!

Purchase Violent Waves on iTunes and Amazon.

HRVRD Stream New Song "Cardboard Houses"

HRVRD have released a new song entitled "Cardboard Houses", which comes from their new album that will drop later this year (hopefully).  You can stream the song below.  You can also purchase the song, as well as another, called "Parts & Labor" on iTunes.

Definitely check it out!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Stream Circa Survive's Violent Waves in it's Entirety


All right, everyone.  Grab your headphones and your computer, find a comfortable place to lay, head on over to Rolling Stone, where Circa Survive's new album Violent Waves is streaming in it's entirety, and hit play.  Absolutely incredible!  

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Stream Anberlin's "Self-Starter"!!


Billboard.com have an exclusive stream of a new song from Anberlin, called "Self-Starter".  The song comes from their new album, Vital, which drops on October 16th.  To say the least, the track is pure awesome.  It reminds me a lot of their early work on Blueprints for the Black Market.  Not sure I can just say that Vital will be an album of the year contender based on one song.  But, if the rest of the album is like this, it has a strong chance!  Really looking forward to hearing the rest of the album.

Definitely check it out!

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Free Download of Caspian's "Halls of the Summer"


Head on over to Rolling Stone to snag a free download of "Halls of the Summer", a new track from Caspian taken from their new album, Waking Season.  Absolutely fantastic song.  Stop reading and just go download and let your ears be happy!

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Minus The Bear Release "Steel and Blood"

Below, you can listen to a new song from Minus The Bear, called "Steel and Blood".  The song comes from their new album Infinity Overhead, which drops on August 28th.  Definitely check it out!

Hans Zimmer Shows He Is All Class with "Aurora"


Hans Zimmer has composed a new song, called "Aurora", which is dedicated to those who were affected by the tragic events in Aurora, Colorado.  More details about the song can be found on his Facebook page.  You can either purchase the track on iTunes, or you can donate a minimum of 10 cents for the track here.  All proceeds will be donated to the Aurora Victim Relief organization.  This just goes to show how classy Hans Zimmer is.

The track itself is a beautiful, yet haunting blend, of choral singing mixed with slow themes of "Rise" from The Dark Knight Rises soundtrack.  Definitely donate to this wonderful cause.

Friday, July 27, 2012

Lyric Video for As I Lay Dying's "Cauterize"

As I Lay Dying have released a lyric video for their first single, "Cauterize", from their upcoming album Awakened, that drops on September 24th.  Check it out below.  Boom!

Preview Collapse Under the Empire's "Fragments of a Prayer"


Collapse Under the Empire have released a trailer for their upcoming album, Fragments of a Prayer, which can be viewed below.  You can also head to their website where you can hear snippets of all the tracks on the album, as well as preorder the album.  Also, head here to listen to the first single from the album, called "Closer".  Really looking forward to hearing the whole thing!

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Preview Circa Survive's "Violent Waves"


You can now hear 30sec clips over at Amazon UK of Circa Survive's upcoming album, Violent Waves, which drops on August 28th.  Having heard these new clips, my anticipation of this album has skyrocketed.  Really, really looking forward to this one!

Anchor & Braille Release "In With the New"

Anchor & Braille, the side project of Stephen Christian from Anberlin, have released a lyric video for a new song, called "In With the New", from their upcoming album, The Quiet Life, that drops on July 31st.  I really enjoyed this song a lot.  Looking forward to listening to the whole album.  Definitely check it out!

New Track From Collapse Under the Empire

Collapse Under the Empire have released a new track called "Closer" on SoundCloud.  I'm not sure if this will be on their upcoming album Fragments of a Prayer, but it's pretty cool nonetheless.  Check it out below!


Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The Classic Crime Release "Heaven and Hell"

The Classic Crime have released yet another song, "Heaven and Hell", from their upcoming album, Phoenix.  The song is a bit more downtempo, but has a pretty sweet jam in the bridge.  So far, I'm liking what I've heard from this album. Check out "Heaven and Hell" below!

Monday, July 23, 2012

Collapse Under the Empire Release "Dragonfly"

Instrumental rockers, Collapse Under the Empire have released a new song, "Dragonfly", which you can listen to below.  You can also download if for free here.  They released this song to satiate those waiting for their upcoming album, Fragments of a Prayer, set to drop in September. Can't wait for the album.

However, it should be noted that "Dragonfly" will not be on any albums.  So, definitely check it out!



Friday, July 20, 2012

Listen to Some New Tracks by Abel


You can now stream two new tracks by Abel over on Bandcamp, as well as preorder their new album, Make It Right, which drops on September 18th.  I found myself really enjoying the songs quite a lot.  Definitely putting this album down on my "anticipated" list. Definitely check it out!

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Andain Ask You to "Turn Up the Sound"

Electronica duo Josh Gabriel and Mavie Marcos, otherwise known as Andain, have released a new song from their forthcoming album, called "Turn Up the Sound", this week.  The track is pretty awesome, to say the least.  I've attached the newly released video for the song below.  Enjoy!




I also quite like this remix version for when I go running!



Now, if they would just release their new album already!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Listen to Another Song From The Classic Crime

The Classic Crime have released yet another lyric video for a song from their upcoming album, Phoenix.  The song is entitled "Beautiful Darkside" and sounds like typical The Classic Crime -- which is a good thing.  Check it out below!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Stream Tigers On Trains' New Album "Foundry"


You can now stream and purchase Tigers On Trains' new album, Foundry, over on Bandcamp.  Tigers On Trains is the side project of Mason Maggio and Christian Van Deurs from The Republic of Wolves.  The album has some really nice indie, folk sounds.  Definitely check it out!

Stream The Gaslight Anthem's "Handwritten"


You can now stream The Gaslight Anthem's new album, Handwritten, over at NPR.  Sounds absolutely fantastic!

Monday, July 16, 2012

Album Trailer for Minus the Bear's "Infinity Overhead"

Minus the Bear have released a new album trailer for their upcoming album, Infinity Overhead, which drops on August 28th.  The trailer features a snippet of the song, "Diamond Lightning", which will be on the new album.  Rolling Stone also has a premier of the song, "Lonely Gun" off of the album here.  You will also be able pre-order the album on their website at some point today.

I'm definitely looking forward to Infinity Overhead, and the released music sounds great!  Have a watch below!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Stream The Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack in Its Entirety!

You can now stream Hans Zimmer's entire score for the The Dark Knight Rises, via the player below, which has been brought to us by the folks over at Empire.  All I can say is that it's absolutely amazing.  Can't wait to get my pre-order from iTunes to hear the three additional tracks.  And, I can't wait to finally see this movie! Have a listen below!  You won't regret it.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Featurette for the Score of Looper

Below you can watch a pretty cool featurette (originally posted on Ain't It Cool News) on the score of the Looper soundtrack, composed by Rian Johnson and Nathan Johnson.  In this featurette, Nathan shows how he found various abstract sounds for the soundtrack.  You will also get to hear one track, called "Time Machine", at the end of the video.  The track is pretty cool, so I'm very interested to hear the whole soundtrack.  Have a watch below!

Stream a New Song from The Classic Crime

The Classic Crime have released a lyric video for a new song, called "You and Me Both".  This is the first song to be released from their new album, Phoenix, which drops on August 14th.  Check it out below!

What I've Been Listening to Recently...

Hey all,

I know it's been a while since I've written a review of an album.  So, I figured I'd list the albums that I've been listening to on a regular basis this week.  Definitely have a listen to all of them!

Hans Zimmer - The Dark Knight Rises (soundtrack, previews)
Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard - Batman Begins and The Dark Knight (soundtrack)
Make Do And Mend - Everything You Ever Loved (punk, rock)
Wolves at the Gate - Captors (hardcore, rock)
Dead Sara - Dead Sara (rock)
The Early November - In Currents (rock)
American Gospel - Tall Tales, Vol. 1 (indie, rock, jazz)
Fear Factory - The Industrialist (industrial metal)
Jody Wisternoff - Trails We Blaze (electronica, house)
Andain - Turn Up the Sound (electronica)

UPDATE: Preview The Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack


The Water Tower Music website for The Dark Knight Rises soundtrack has been updated so that you can now listen to a 1:30 sample of each track.  Check it out here!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Caspian's "Waking Season" Coming This Fall

Below you can find a short trailer for the upcoming new album from instrumental progressive-rockers, Caspian, called Waking Season. The album is set to release sometime this Fall.  Really looking forward to this one.  Their previous album, Tertia, was pretty amazing.  Can't wait to hear more from the album!


Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Stream The Early November's "In Currents"


The Early November are back after their split in 2006 with a new full length album, In Currents, set to drop on July 10.  Even though the album doesn't release for another week, you can now stream the album in its entirety here or below.  I really liked their stuff pre-2006, and what I've heard so far of this album is really good. Definitely check it out!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

More Previews of The Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack

More previews are beginning to pop up for The Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack, composed by Hans Zimmer.  I have two sets of 30sec clips below.  You can also listen to 1 minute clips here.  I am so hyped for this movie.  I already have my tickets to see The Dark Knight triple feature on July 24 at the local theatre here in Munich!

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Preview The Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack


As if my anticipation for The Dark Knight Rises couldn't get any higher, you can now preview 30 second samples of the soundtrack for the movie here.  The soundtrack will be released on July 17th, and was composed by Hans Zimmer,  who was co-composer (with James Netwon Howard) of the soundtracks for the previous two Nolan bat-movies, as well as Nolan's Inception.  I would also keep an eye on The Dark Knight Rises Facebook page, as they will be releasing more previews in the coming weeks leading up to the movie.  Just from the 30sec clip, "Imagine the Fire" sounds like it could be pretty epic.

I'm really looking forward to hearing the whole thing when it is released, since the soundtracks for Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and Inception have been some of Zimmer's best work.


Circa Survive Send Out 'Violent Waves' on 8/28


Huge day, yesterday.  Circa Survive revealed that they will be releasing their new album, Violent Waves, independently on August 28th.  This is probably my most anticipated album of the year, since their last album, Blue Sky Noise, was my album of the year for 2010.

They have already set up pre-orders for Violent Waves on their website, only asking for $5 for the digital download.  Very reasonable, and the money goes straight to the band.  You can also download a track from the album, called "Suitcase", for free.  Some really awesome layer work in this song.

August 28th really can't come sooner!

Friday, April 27, 2012

Spring Playlist

Hey all,

I know it's been a while since I've updated my site.  I guess work and the new addition to my family have been keeping me extremely busy.  Hopefully I can start updating more often now.  And, to start things off, I thought I'd post a new playlist for the Spring.  I built it around a few Bonobo tracks, which serve as separators to the great jives of the other songs.  Now that I've joined Spotify, I'll also be posting more of my playlists in the For Your Ears section as I make them.

I hope y'all enjoy!

Friday, February 3, 2012

If These Trees Could Talk Release "Barren Lands of a Modern Dinosaur"


Ohio post-rockers, If These Trees Could Talk, have released a new track, called "Barren Lands of the Modern Dinosaur" off of their new album, Red Forest, that drops on March 20th. Put simply, this track is absolutely fantastic! Some really great sweeping melodies with a full atmosphere built around them. I cannot wait to hear the entire album.

You can stream the track and also download it for free below. Do yourself a favor and check it out!

 

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Lostprophets Release "Better Off Dead"

Below you can listen to the first single, "Better Off Dead" from the Lostprophets' new album, Weapons, that will be released on April 2nd.  To be honest, I'm a little worried.  The song starts off strong, and the chorus is decent, sounding much like songs from Start Something.  But, the verses.  They're just kinda...bad.  Perhaps I need time to let the song grow on me.  We'll see.  Nonetheless, here's hoping the rest of the album is a lot better.

Better Off Dead by Lostprophets Official

Review: Future Ghosts - Oh, Great City

Well, I'm finally getting around to my first review of the year, and I'm happy to say that Greensboro, NC rockers, Future Ghosts, have released a debut EP definitely worth talking about.  Oh, Great City, was released on Jan 3rd through Round Kid Records and was produced by Brooks Paschal of Sullivan.  I've seen Future Ghosts describe themselves as an alternative rock group with pop elements.  Really, 'pop elements' should be replaced with 'ridiculously catchy songs'.

Album opener and standout track, "Spotless", will immediately pull you into foot-tapping euphoria.  Honestly, this song is so good, with plenty of great guitar hooks.  I will definitely be coming back to listen to this song over and over again throughout the year.  The next track, "Grace",  slows things down a little.  However, the music really adds a sense of gravity to the lyrics.  And, as if to emphasize the point late in the track, Future Ghosts lay out one of the heaviest riffs in the album as Aslan Freeman yells 'you always reel me out a littler farther'.  "Lock the Light In" enters into the piano-guitar combination that we've all come to know so well in piano-driven pop-rock albums.  The pacing of this song, however, and the highlighted guitar near the end of the track keep the song fresh and fun.  "Distiller" is the second standout song on the album.  The guitar-work (again!) is absolutely fantastic, with some pretty awesome experimental sounds as well as some really cool syncopated beats.  The final track, "It Was the Pilot", starts with soft vocals accompanied by intimate piano-work.  But, in true finale form, this song blasts off into an all-encompassing rock ballad to bring us to the close of Oh, Great City.

As I implied at the beginning of this review, Oh, Great City, is a very solid debut EP from Future Ghosts.  The excellent guitar-work, unique vocals, and meaningful lyrics prove that these guys have what it takes to be huge in today's scene.  I can't wait to see what the future brings for these guys.  But, in the meantime, y'all should start the year off right and buy this album.

Stream the entire album in my "For Your Ears" section!

You can purchase Oh, Great City on iTunes, Amazon, and Bandcamp.  Note, that the Bandcamp version includes two bonus tracks.

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