Say Anything’s new album is all about breaking things down. Having left RCA for Equal Vision Records and slightly altered their band lineup, the guys are back with Anarchy, My Dear, an album that brims with confidence and breaks things down both thematically, with its rebellious undertones, and musically, with its return to a more… Read more »
In just three short years, Set It Off has grown from a humble start on YouTube to writing and releasing original music that has garnered over 13k fans on Facebook, over 1.1 million plays on MySpace, and earned them performances alongside My Chemical Romance, A Day To Remember and more. Set It Off features Cody… Read more »
It’s been one hell of a year for Maryland quintet Life on Repeat. After heading back into the studio with Taylor Larson [Sky Eats Airplane, Of Legends], they’ve finished their debut full-length, “Struggle +Sleep”. Unfortunately for bassist Devon Voisine, touring has been a little more struggle and a little less sleep. Find out what’s exactly… Read more »
Not wasting anytime in sharing their positive message and showing the world what they’re capable of, the freshly formed Chicago, IL based quintet has already self-released their debut EP Lone Wolf. The five-track album was released on November 1st, 2011 – the same day that the band announced their signing to Albany, NY-based indie label,… Read more »
San Francisco’s I The Mighty will release Karma Never Sleeps – their new EP and Equal Vision Records debut – in 2012. “Our new material is pretty different from our previous releases. Karma Never Sleeps is a lot heavier, a bit darker, and has a moodier ambient,” explains bassist Chris Hinkley. The band is currently… Read more »
For the month of October we’ll be hearing from musicians about the band that got them into music. For the first installment, we caught up with Dan Clermont of Set It Off! Check SIO on the “Hello My Name Is” tour with City Lights this fall!