Aaron Sprinkle, producer for Anberlin, Mae, Eisley, Number One Gun, Jeremy Camp, Falling Up, Kutless, Icon For Hire and many more, released his new solo record "Water & Guns" a couple of days ago through Tooth & Nails Records.
"Water & Guns" comes three years after "Disappearing World", the second album by the Aaron-led band Fair, looking like his natural sequel.
Watch the lyric video for the new song "Can't Last Forever" following this link.
Here's Blue October's brand new video: it's for the song "Angels In Everything", the European single off the Texans new record "Sway".
The album was released last August 20 and debuted at number one on the Billboard's Alternative chart.
Blue October is currently on tour in USA. An European tour will follow, starting November 7 in Moscow and closing November 19 in London. See complete schedule at the band's website.
"Crocodile" is the second single from Canon Logic's forthcoming new album "WYLD".
Coming up on one year ago, Hurricane Sandy blew through NYC, incapacitating much of the city. Just a day or two later, lead vocalist Tim Kiely and director Adam Saewitz biked over the Williamsburg Bridge to see what they could see.
They wound up capturing some seriously eerie images of a blacked out lower Manhattan, abandoned streets, and deserted subway tracks. It's a rare glimpse of the City That Never Sleeps gone dark.
Enjoy the "Crocodile" video now clicking on the image above.
"Critical Mass", the brand new album by alternative rockers Ra, will be officially released next October 15; it's the fourth full-length studio album of new songs for the Californian outfit and was funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign: $31,465 raised, more than doubling the goal amount.
The album was anticipated by lead single "Supermegadubstep", released in August; watch the lyric video here.
Head on to SoundCloud to listen to snippets of all the tracks of the new album, following this link.
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 23:29 by madseason
Switchfoot new EP "Fading West" was released last week: it features the tracks "Love Alone Is Worth The Fight", "Who We Are" and "BA 55"; each of these three songs will also be on the full-length "Fading West" release out January 14th, and you will be able to "complete my album" via iTunes when the full album is released.
The physical version of the EP's got an additional, exclusive song: the title-track "Fading West"; the physical EP is also acting as a pre-sale for the full-length and buying it you will receive a digital download of the full album when it is released on January 14 for no extra cost.
One of the songs of the EP, "Who We Are", has received a video treatment: watch the clip now clicking on the image above.
"Fading West" is not just a collection of new songs: it's also a documentary about the band on which the Californian rockers have been working for the past year: music, surfing and the journey of their eight records together. "Fading West - The Movie" is premiering on Switchfoot's Fall tour and will be digitally released early December.
Norwegian-Danish alternative/synthpop/electronic band Apoptygma Berzerk broke the studio silence last month with the release of the new single "Major Tom", a cover of the David Bowie-related hit "Major Tom (Coming Home)" by singer Peter Schilling, from his 1983 album "Error In The System".
APOP's "Major Tom" was released as an EP also featuring different remixes of the track, the Technomancer remix of "Shadow" (originally on their last studio LP "Rocket Science") and the brand new song -the first one in 4 years- "Dead Air Enz".
And if the EP isn't enough for you, I can tell you that APOP mainman Stephan Groth is working on a new full-length album. Meanwhile, watch the fan-created video for "Major Tom" following this link.