The five piece alternative-rock band Sleeping With Sirens have released their fifth full-length album Gossip which debuted on September 22nd, via Warner Brother Records. The album is said to have a more “dark” vibe to it, and it totally fits the description, especially lyrically. Each song is unique in its own way. Featuring single “Legends” which was released in mid-July, “Empire to Ashes” which was released mid-August, and “Cheers” and Trouble” that were released a few weeks prior. This album will surprise you with a twist and turn in every song.
Sleep On It took over the Deluxe Theater of Old National Center in Indianapolis, IN last Thursday on their run with State Champs. During their set the band announced that their first full length album will be released on November 3rd, 2017. In the meantime you can catch Sleep On it on the remaining dates of their tour with State Champs, check out Mya Tolliver’s coverage of the show below, and watch their latest music video off the upcoming album Overexposed below as well.
Fresh off of releasing their fifth (and likely final) studio album Science Fiction, Brand New headlined this year’s High & Low Festival on Saturday, performing to a packed audience at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. Containing seven tracks off of Science Fiction which the band performed for the very first time, in addition to many fan favorites, Brand New’s set was nothing short of electrifying. If you were not fortunate enough to attend, you can experience the entire set through the fan-shot video below. Thanks to Deniz Davenport for live streaming the whole set!
Nomvdic are currently on a 7-day Dual CD Release Run as they introduce their newly finished EP, ‘Horror‘; it features 7 re-recorded, remixed, and remastered tracks. The music video for latest single, ‘THE VVITCH’, is my personal favorite because of the work done by the following members: Joey Durango, Austin Coupe, James Lewis, Lights Out Recordings, Phil Pluskota of Sonic Assault Studios, and Gabrielle Parpard. It’s by far one of the best videos that I’ve seen within the Tampa scene. Not only the quality but the overall make of the video portrays the story line perfectly.