Oasis will be reissuing Be Here Now, the album hailed by its creator as "the sound of ... a bunch of guys, on coke, in the studio, not giving a fuck", on October 7th.
Oasis's third album will be reissued on vinyl and as a 3CD deluxe edition, similar to the reissues of the last two records. The first disc will be the main album, the second disc will consist of B-sides and rarities, and the third disc will feature the Mustique demos, long sought-after by fans.
A track from the second disc, a "rethink" of opening track "D'You Know What I Mean?" by Noel Gallagher, can be streamed below. Gallagher had this to say on the rethink:
“As the years went by I'd started to accept that the songs on 'Be Here Now' were in fact insanely long... too long! Someone (I can't remember who) had the idea that we re-visit, re-edit the entire album for posterity's sake,” says Noel Gallagher via a press release. “We got as far as th ...more
Australian experimental musician Lost Salt Blood Purges released 'Only the Youngest Grave' digitally earlier this year via Art As Catharsis. Now, the album is available on CD for the first time via Russian black metal and experimental noise label COD Distribution. The double CD comes with a previously unheard bonus track and will also be released as a collector's edition that comes with LSBP's previous album 'The Voids We All Long For.'
You can stream and purchase the regular double-CD from COD Noizes now, or pre-order the collector's edition via email.
Nu-metal pioneers Korn return in 2016 with a new album slotted for an October 21st release. The first single, "Rotting In Vain", is available for streaming on YouTube and can be purchased for download on various platforms. The track is accompanied by a music video featuring actor Tommy Flanagan, known for his role in the television series 'Sons of Anarchy'. The album Serenity of Suffering can also be pre-ordered on iTunes, and marks the band's 12th studio album overall. It is also the second since guitarist and founding member, Brian 'Head' Welch returned to the band.
American alternative metal band (hed) p.e. will release their new album, Forever!, on July 22th, via Pavement Entertaiment. This will be their tenth studio album, and the song "Pay Me," was released as it's lead single earlier this year.
As reported yesterday American rock band My Chemical Romance put up a teaser video alluding to an announced this September.
The band have since posted this message to their Facebook page just a few moments ago:
"We've been really touched and blown away by the response to the teaser trailer. We are not touring and there is no reunion planned - only a release for the anniversary of The Black Parade.
Thanks so much for continuing to keep MCR in your minds and in your hearts."
So it looks like "The Black Parade" will be getting a re-issue this coming fall as part of its tenth anniversary. The album was a platinum-seller and saw the highest chart performance of the group's career.
Every Time I Die have released a second song from their upcoming eighth studio album, Low Teens. The song, entitled "Glitches," is another sub-3 minute banger that wears its hardcore punk influences on its sleeve, underwear, and denim vest.
The track is currently streaming on Alt Press at the following link:
The supergroup Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, consisting of members from Mastodon, Alice in Chains, Dethklok and Dillinger Escape Plan, have released their first single off their upcoming album Broken Lines. The track, titled 'Blood Moon', is streaming on the band's YouTube channel, and comes ahead of the album's September 23rd release date.
February 28, 2017 will see the release of a new Sun Kil Moon double album, Common as Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood. The cover art can be viewed (in very low-res format) at www.sunkilmoon.com.
A new song, "God Bless Ohio" can be streamed here: http://www.sunkilmoon.com/godblessohio
Another new song Kozelek has been performing, commonly titled "Me/We", could be a possible contender for the album, and can be heard here:
American black metal band Panopticon has begun streaming the remastered versions of two of its previous records, Social Disservices and On the Subject of Mortality through Bandcamp.
The two albums were both remixed by Spenser Morris and re-mastered by Colin Marston for this special two-disc "Revisions of the Past" release. Panopticon's Austin Lunn was initially unsatisfied with the low-quality sounds of either record, and sought out Morris and Marston to re-build both records to fall more in line with the sound and quality of his more recent releases.
Stream On the Subject of Mortality:
Stream Social Disservices:
Pre-order the two-CD set through Nordvis:
Balance and Composure have posted a teaser of new music on a website titled "Light We Made". No word if this is the title of the upcoming single, an upcoming album, or both. They had previously uploaded another short teaser of music to YouTube earlier this month. Listen to both below:
"Fall 2016" teaser: https://youtu.be/5SWzK9Ir3eY
The website: lightwemade.com
Currently-defunct American rock band My Chemical Romance posted a video on their YouTube and Facebook pages while changing profile images for all accounts. Here's the clip:
The video seems to tease some sort of announcement being made on September 23, just a month before the tenth anniversary of the release of the band's third album, "The Black Parade" which went on to be a platinum-selling LP.
63 years old Arrigo Barnabé, in a nod to his groundbreaking 1980's release "Clara Crocodilo" presents a new band formation with the all-female quintet Quartabê - Ana Karina Sebastião on bass, Joana Queiroz on sax and clarinet, Maria Beraldo Bastos on clarinet and Mariá Portugal on percussion.
On a interview with "O Globo", he said that "the girls injected more rhythm to the record, and I liked it very much (...) “Clara” has become poppier, if that's possible"
In the excerpt of the performance below, the band shows much enthusiasm and some catchy grooves pretty much alien to Arrigo's work, one of the most proeminent faces in brazilian avant-garde/outsider scene.
Wilco have announced the release of Schmilco, their 10th studio album. Due out on September 9, the LP features artwork from Joan Cornella's infamous collection, ZONZO. The band have already debuted 'Locator' a few days ago on Star Wars's one year anniversary. 'If I Ever Was a Child' is also available as a free download with each order placed.
Listen to 'Locator' below:
Artwork, track list, as well as several pre-order bundles can be found at the following link: wilco.lnk.to/schmilco
In a move clearly designed to infuriate Sputnikmusic's userbase, progressive djentcore behemoths Periphery have released another song, entitled "Remain Indoors", from their upcoming album Periphery III: Select Difficulty. The few remaining unreleased tracks on the album will be released on Friday, 22 July.
Australian Progressive Metal band Twelve Foot Ninja have released a new track titled "Invincible" from their upcoming second album Outlier. The album is expected to be released on August 26th Via PledgeMusic.
You can pre-order the album through PledgeMusic here: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/twelvefootninja
The Color Morale have revealed "Clip Paper Wings", the second single from their upcoming album, Desolate Divine. The album, due out August 19th, will be the band's first album with guitarist Aaron Saunders contributing screamed vocals, instead of lead vocalist Garret Rapp. Check out "Clip Paper Wings" below:
Post-Hardcore solo artist Etienne Sin has made his return to music after a brief self declared three year hiatus with the new song "My Beauty" and an accompanying music video from an as of yet untitled sophomore effort. It will be the first follow-up to his universally acclaimed EP "The Paradox Divide."
Singer/songwriter Anthony Green, known best for being the front-man of both Circa Survive and Saosin, has released a song "You'll Be Fine" in anticipation of his new album Pixie Queen. You can listen to the new track at the YouTube video below:
Pixie Queen will be released September 9th, via Memory Music and can be pre-ordered here: http://memorymusic.limitedrun.com/products/574025-anthony-green-pixie-queen
The tracklist is as follows:
1. You’ll Be Fine
2. I’m Not Holding You Back
3. Will It Be
4. A Reason To Stay
5. East Coast Winters
6. Dawn On The Canal
7. From What I Understand
9. Better Half
10. I’m Sorry For Everything I’ve Ever Done
11. Pixie Queen
Punk outfit Against Me! have announced via Facebook that they will release their follow-up to 2014's Transgender Dysphoria Blues, a full-length album titled Shape Shift With Me on September 16th.
Says the band about the album: "Written over the past couple of years while on tour, the new album is a collaborative effort that the four of us are extremely excited to share with you." The album is now available for preorder. The entire announcement, along with the album art and the preorder links, can be viewed at the link below.
Alternative rock/post-hardcore band Too Close To Touch have officially revealed their upcoming sophomore album, entitled Haven't Been Myself, as well as releasing the lead single "What I Wish I Could Forget". The album is scheduled to be released on September 23rd and is produced by Erik Ron.
The band also released tour dates regarding their lineup in Warped Tour. You can them out here:
July 19: Indianapolis, IN @ Klipsch Music Center
July 20: Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center
July 21: Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center
July 22: Detroit, MI @ The Palace Of Auburn Hills
July 23: Chicago, IL @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
July 24: Shakopee, MN @ Canterbury Park
July 26: Milwaukee, WI @ Marcus Amphitheater
July 27: St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino & Hotel St. Louis
July 28: Bonners Spring, KS @ Providence Medical Center Ampitheater ...more
Progressive metal pathfinders Periphery have released a new single entitled "Prayer Position", which will appear on their upcoming fifth LP Periphery III: Select Difficulty. The full album will be available on Friday, July 22nd via Sumerian Records.
California post-hardcore band Touche Amore have premiered the second song from their upcoming LP Stage Four.
"Displacement" is the second single from the album, following "Palm Dreams" which was released last month. Talking about the track, vocalist Jeremy Bolm said:
“The word ‘Displacement’ in Greek is Metastasis, which is the term used when cancer has spread from one organ to another. Having 'dis' in the title felt like a good head nod to Discharge, Disfear, Disclose, etc. as this song has a strong D-beat presence... most of my lyrics are autobiographical, but this one feels more like stating facts than word play. It touches on my faith or lack thereof in the afterlife. How for her sake I want to believe in heaven because it’s what she deserves.”
Listen to the song here via Stereogum: http://www.stereogum.com/1888374/touche-amore-displacement-stereogum-premiere/mp3s/