English melodic hardcore band Basement are back from their hiatus and on tour in support of their new EP. The tour, which includes Whirr, LVL UP and Better Off, will make an Austin stop at Mohawk in August. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Sacramento experimental post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance in on their Instant Gratification Tour with Polyphia, Hail The Sun and Stolas. The tour will be making its way to Austin this weekend for a big concert at Red 7. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Get ready to flip your shit all you Fall of Troy fanboys. The group will be performing live once again in Austin at their home away from home, Red 7. We scored a pair of tickets to give away to one of you awesome fans. Happy Halloween you angsty bastards!
Get ready to go bat shit crazy as New York post-hardcore faves Glassjaw take over Mohawk’s outdoor stage this Thursday night with with Equals and Boyfrndz. We have a pair of tickets we’re giving away to one of you angsty bastards. Open this post for details and to enter.
Post-hardcore favs Make Do And Mend are on tour with Midwestern alt-rockers Cheap Girls. We have two tickets we are giving away for their concert at Red 7 this Tuesday. True story.
Rock music is made up of many, many subgenres—a ridiculous amount of subgenres. Some are on opposite ends of the spectrum and some have very subtle yet distinct differences. Tuesday night at Emo’s showed a great example of the fantastic creative differences under the broad “rock” genre.
There are a few things you can always rely on during summer: tan lines, devastatingly hot temperatures and the Vans Warped Tour. Last weekend, the tour made its annual stop in San Antonio at the AT&T Center, and despite a few raindrops as the doors opened, fans came out in hordes to see the 80+ […]
Lancaster, PA’s August Burns Red (ABR) are performing a headlining show at Emo’s East in Austin on Saturday, January 28. They have come a long way since forming while all in high school in 2003. After three successful releases, ABR released their latest studio album Leveler in the summer of 2011. After seeing them just […]
Hawthorne Heights signed to Japanese label Twilight Records, which has worked with bands like Attack Attack! and The Ready Set. With this signing, the Ohio pop punk band will now be able to release their EP Hate along with bonus versions of the songs “Hate” and “Oceans” in Japan in January. The band will soon […]
Interview by Holly Aker. For Make Do and Mend, 2011 has been a pretty good year. The Connecticut rock band was included in Alternative Press’s “100 Bands to Know in 2011,” they just finished the Man Scout Jamboree Tour with Fireworks and The Wonder Years, and they’re scheduled to play Krazy Fest this weekend. During […]
Interview by Holly Aker. Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows, or D.R.U.G.S. as they’re more commonly known, is made up of five different musicians from Chiodos, Story of the Year, From First To Last, Matchbook Romance, and Cinematic Sunrise. By combining each musicians’ own background, experiences and musical stylings, D.R.U.G.S. has created a sensation in the […]
Moving Mountains is a post-rock four-piece from Purchase, New York. The band recently announced that WAVES, their second full-length album, will be released May 10 through Triple Crown Records. The album was mixed by Matt Goldman (Underoath, Copeland, Anberlin) and produced by Moving Mountains singer and guitarist Gregory Dunn. WAVES, like Moving Mountain’s previous releases, […]
Interview by Holly Aker. This Tuesday, Lodi, California post-hardcore rockers, A Skylit Drive will release their third full-length album, Identity On Fire. The band has released a music video for the album’s first single, “A Little Too Late,” which is now available on iTunes along with the song “XO Skeleton,” and already Identity On Fire […]
Interview by Holly Aker.Ever since signing with Equal Vision Records in 2009, We Came As Romans have been rocketing to the top of the post-hardcore world. When it came time to record their first full-length album, the Detroit, MI six-piece teamed up once again with producer Joey Sturgis, who has worked with such acts as […]
Interview by Holly Aker. Mozart Season is a five-piece hard rock group from Sacramento, CA. The band signed to Equal Vision Records last June and a month later released their EP, Nightmares, an angsty, yet smart album that hits as hard as a kick in the face. While you might not have heard much about […]
Chiodos, a post-hardcore band from Michigan, is jumping head first into 2011 with touring, touring and more touring. The first tour the band will embark on is a co-headlining tour with Kentucky rockers, Emarosa. Go Radio and Decoder will support these two bands throughout the tour, which starts on Feb. 15 in Jacksonville, FL. When […]
Interview by Holly Aker. In June of this year, Pierce The Veil released their sophomore album, Selfish Machines. The album is a great example of post-hardcore at its best and features the grizzly screams of A Day To Remember’s frontman, Jeremy McKinnon, on the song “Caraphernelia.” As part of the This Is A Family Tour, […]