DEAD GIRLS CORP Release New LP, ‘Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades’

Goth Industrial Rock Band DEAD GIRLS CORP has released their new album, Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades, introducing the brutal 12 track LP with the release of a lyric video for the single "From the Bottom" as well as an official music video for "Dead Girl." Out now via Monsterman Records/ EMP Label Group, Bloody … Continue reading DEAD GIRLS CORP Release New LP, ‘Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades’

PINKISH BLACK set to release Razed to the Ground

Los Angeles, CA - "Lots of good, lots of bad..." is one way to describe Pinkish Black's star-crossed career thus far. Their first incarnation arose in Fort Worth, TX, when 2005 saw a trio of like-minded souls connect under the banner of The Great Tyrant and set about hewing a new definition for the word "heavy." Following the … Continue reading PINKISH BLACK set to release Razed to the Ground

The Mallard Announce New LP Premiere “Iceberg” Track on Brooklyn Vegan

Click Here To Listen To "Iceberg" On Brooklyn Vegan Perhaps you've heard of the trajectory our beloved friend Greer McGettrick and her cohorts in The Mallard have traced across the current musical landscape…a promisingly home-baked debut full of twists and turns that nonetheless felt of the time and lived in…tours and tours and tours…songs on splits and … Continue reading The Mallard Announce New LP Premiere “Iceberg” Track on Brooklyn Vegan

NYC’s Post-Punk Duo Tempers Debut Second Single “Strange Harvest”

The NYC duo incorporates more typical fare of coldwave and shoegaze... Yet they're still every bit as focused on a patient creep, even if it's the result of synthetic elements rather than the organic. - PITCHFORK     "STRANGE HARVEST"  :: STREAM :: Yesterday NYC's rising electronic duo Tempers, comprised of Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper, quietly debuted their coldwave infused single "Strange Harvest". The digital … Continue reading NYC’s Post-Punk Duo Tempers Debut Second Single “Strange Harvest”

Repackaging Our Early Century’s Post-Punk Characteristics, Atlas Release “Shapes”

  Is it too early to bring back the sounds of Interpol and the Strokes? Admittedly, those bands were a breath of fresh air at the turn of the century, though they soon proved they were one-trick ponies. But is a band necessarily at fault for repackaging a sound that was once thought to be … Continue reading Repackaging Our Early Century’s Post-Punk Characteristics, Atlas Release “Shapes”

LISTEN TO ICEAGE’S NEW ALBUM, YOU’RE NOTHING (OUT FEB. 19 ON MATDOR), VIA PITCHFORK ADVANCE

You're Nothing, the sophomore album by Copenhagen's Iceage and first on Matador, presents 4 young men - Jakob Tvilling Pless (bass), Dan Kjær Nielsen (drums), Elias Bender Rønnenfelt (vocals/guitar), and Johan Suurballe Wieth (guitar) - adding to the anxiety and tension that made their debut album, New Brigade, so compelling. But now, just over 2 … Continue reading LISTEN TO ICEAGE’S NEW ALBUM, YOU’RE NOTHING (OUT FEB. 19 ON MATDOR), VIA PITCHFORK ADVANCE

RECOVERY COUNCIL Announces January Release of Third Album

Geek chicks sure can rock out and Rebeca Qualls is living proof. New Jersey-based RECOVERY COUNCIL began as Qualls' nerdy lo-fi space rock solo project in grad school but has evolved into a power trio juggernaut with a heavy rock nucleus and a new album Plan-Do-Check-Act to be released January 15th on Dot Ultra Records. … Continue reading RECOVERY COUNCIL Announces January Release of Third Album

Parquet Courts Share “Borrowed Time” And Announce Winter Tour/Pittsburgh 1/8/13

LISTEN TO "BORROWED TIME" "This record is for the over-socialized victims of the 1990's 'you can be anything you want', Nickelodeon-induced lethargy that ran away from home not out of any wide-eyed big city daydream, but just out of a subconscious return to America's scandalous origin," writes Parquet Courts' songwriter A. Savage in Light Up … Continue reading Parquet Courts Share “Borrowed Time” And Announce Winter Tour/Pittsburgh 1/8/13