No Bragging Rights has announced they will release a new full length record titled The Concrete Flower September 23rd on Pure Noise Records. The Concrete Flower was engineered and produced by Will Putney (The Amity Affliction, For Today, Stray From The Path) with pre-order details coming soon.
No Bragging Rights will also be supporting Senses Fail on their Let It Enfold You 10th Anniversary Tour this fall. A full track listing and all tour dates can be seen below.
Mike Perez, vocalist of No Bragging Rights, had the following to say about their new record:
“The Concrete Flower is us at our best. We found our identity in Cycles, which made it fun to tastefully experiment and push that sound even further. I take a lot of pride in the lyrics I wrote and the subject matter is something we feel very strongly about. We’re really happy to be sharing these songs and their messages.”
Bad Cop / Bad Cop have announced they’ll be heading to Europe this August and September. The band will be supporting their recent release Boss Lady, now available through Fat Wreck Chords here: www.fatwreck.com/record/detail/274
We premiered their track “My Life,” which you can listen to here.
8/28/14 Nurnberg, Germany at Bela Lugosi
8/29/14 Koln, Germany at MTC
8/30/14 Luxembourg, Luxembourg at Skate Punk
8/31/14 Rotterdam, Netherlands at V11
9/01/14 Osnabruck, Germany at Substanz
9/02/14 Hamburg, Germany at Pocca Bar
9/03/14 Kiel, Germany at Hansa 48
9/04/14 Copenhagen, Denmark at Underwerket
9/05/14 Berlin, Germany at Cassiopeia
9/07/14 St. Gallen, Switzerland at Grabenhalle
9/08/14 Milano, Italy at Rock’n’Roll
9/09/14 Bologna, Italy at Freakout Club
9/10/14 Turino, Italy at tba
9/11/14 Zurich, Switzerland at Klubi
9/12/14 Ludwigsburg, Germany at Rock N Roll Bar
9/13/14 Gunzburg, Germany at On The Rocks
Formed in 2009, To Kill A King is one of the most exciting new bands to reach America from “across the pond.” Their debut full-length Cannibals With Cutlery has won critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, a perfectly blended mix of modern post-punk and indie, featuring finely tuned, visceral lyrics and imagery. In the U.K., the band has received praise from Mojo and The Guardian, while fast picking up steam in the U.S., after a seven-week tour supporting longtime friends Bastille.
Just one day after returning home from Nashville on their first tour of the States, vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Ralph Pelleymounter talks with us about the band’s fast found acceptance outside their home country.
Reeling in overt sarcasm and wit, Jar’d Loose’s second full-length, Turns 13, is a heavy, groovy record that manages to touch on sounds from the last four decades of commercial rock radio, while maintaining an allegiance to the AmRep scene and other bile spewing noise mongers. Every track is a twisted, strange and wonderful platform for vocalist Eddie Gobbo’s tongue-in-cheek lyricism and the confrontational, unhinged approach the band adopt as their modus operandi.
Produced by Pete Grossman (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Today Is The Day’s Steve Austin (Converge, Unsane), Turns 13 dropped via the Path Less Traveled Records (CD and digital) and Threshold of Pain Records (vinyl) in late May, reintroducing the brave to this troubled troop of extremely likeable creeps.
Read the interview here.
"You may not instantly recognize the name Chris Shary, but you have seen his work."
Check out the spotlight here.