Platinum selling rock band, Marianas Trench has now released their new EP, Face The Music, on Cherrytree Records. The EP features 4 tracks including their current single, "Desperate Measures," and "Haven't Had Enough," as well as brand new acoustic tracks of "Fallout" and "Haven't Had Enough."
Hardcore metal pioneers Hatebreed are back with a vengeance on their sixth studio effort 'The Divinity of Purpose'. This is no holds barred metalcore punk fueled pure adrenaline. Make no mistake that Hatebreed are essentially crafting battle hymns and potentially energy drink substitutes.
Fall Out Boy announced their new album 'Save Rock and Roll' will be released May 7th, following up their first effort in over four years. The first single 'My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark' is available on iTunes now.
LA-Based hardcore punk pros The Bronx just unleashed their fourth studio album and whether you knew it or not -- don't ignore it now. These guys have continuously released stellar after stellar effort time and time again. Their newest offering may be their most well rounded yet and that's saying something.
Celtic punk rock pioneers Dropkick Murphys have dropped their whiskey soaked eighth studio album and it is absolutely loaded with drinking anthems. Get ready to grab a tall glass of Guinness, sing along and mosh your kilt off until the police drag your crazy Irish ass off to the drunk tank.
The trilogy of albums is complete as Green Day drops the third and final album in a matter of months. '¡Tré!' is the 11th studio effort overall for the pop punk pioneers and I'm sad to say it's not only the weakest of the trilogy but it's one of the worst albums of 2012.
When lead singer Billie Joe hit rehab I wasn't sure if the planned trilogy of albums would still be hitting on schedule. Thankfully '¡Dos!' is here and it's even sleazier than the energetic '¡Uno!'. What this follow up has that its predecessor lacks -- is more sex.
Canadian punk outfit Mariana's Trench hit the Enmax Centre in Lethbridge Alberta this past Sunday, October 28th ,as they embarked on their first ever arena headlining tour. Down with Webster and Anami Vice provided direct support in an evening loaded with energy and high octane performances.
After over eleven years of being on hiatus, ska pioneers No Doubt have reunited to unleash another Gwen Stefani solo album. Yeah that's right. I said it and I stand by it. There is not a hell of alot on 'Push and Shove' that would indicate that a band reunion took place and that's just depressing.