ICON FOR HIRE return with sophomore relaese

Saturday, 12 October 2013 15:03 by madseason
Icon For Hire

Icon For Hire's self-titled sophomore album will be released next Tuesday, October 15th, via Tooth & Nail Records.

The band's debut album, "Scripted", marked a milestone in Tooth & Nail history as their highest charting debut album. The album debuted on the Billboard 200 Album chart, peaked at #4 on the iTunes Rock chart, and charted at #19 overall. Their videos for "Make A Move" and "Get Well" have received over 6 million views on YouTube.

Here's what Ariel & Co. said about the new record: "After 18 months of touring and lots of journaling, we went away to write our most vulnerable music yet. We are not a one dimensional band so we didn't write a one dimensional record."

Watch the lyric video for new single "Cynics & Critics" here.

Girls, Girls, Boys: PANIC! AT THE DISCO

Wednesday, 9 October 2013 22:36 by madseason
Panic! At The Disco - Girls/Girls/Boys

Click on the image to watch Las Vegas alternative poprockers Panic! At The Disco's video for "Girls/Girls/Boys", the new single off the band's new album "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!"
The follow-up to 2011's "Vices & Virtues" was released yestarday via Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen and was once again produced by Butch Walker.

If you still haven't, you can catch the video for the first single "Miss Jackson" feat. Lolo following this link.

Have Hope in THE YOUNGER

Monday, 7 October 2013 23:18 by madseason
The Younger - Say My Name

The Younger are an interesting modern melodic pop rock act from Essex, UK, influenced by the likes of U2, 30 Seconds To Mars, Kings Of Leon, Lawson, The Killers and Bon Jovi.

Their debut commercial EP, "Have Hope", was released last week; it features 7 tracks including the leading single "Say My Name": watch the official promo video clicking on the image on the left.

Higher Than The Sun with KEANE

Saturday, 5 October 2013 14:03 by madseason
Keane - Higher Than The Sun

Keane are pleased to unveil the new video for "Higher Than The Sun", the first single to be taken from the upcoming "The Best Of Keane" (out 11th November).

The video offers an amazing animated journey through the last ten years of the band, with lots of subtle references and reminders for fans to spot. Click on the image on the left to watch it now.

On 6th November, the band are playing a special live show in Berlin, which will be beamed live to more than 1,000 cinemas across the planet. Click here for an interactive a map of all the cinemas showing it (more are being added all the time). 

AARON SPRINKLE new solo album "Water & Guns"

Thursday, 3 October 2013 21:40 by madseason
Aaron Sprinkle - Water & Guns

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.

BLUE OCTOBER find Angels In Everything

Tuesday, 1 October 2013 21:50 by madseason
blue october - angels in everything

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: one year after Sandy with CANON LOGIC

Sunday, 29 September 2013 17:18 by madseason
canon logic - crocodile

"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.