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Saviours announce 'Death's Procession,' tour
Saviours will release their new album Death's Procession on September 6, 2011 via Kemado; once out, it'll follow up 2009's Accelerated Living. BrooklynVegan is streaming a pair of tracks from the release; those can be heard…
Best Coast: "How They Want Me To Be"
Best Coast has posted a rough demo of a new song entitled "How They Want Me To Be." In a blog post, frontwoman Bethany Cosentino remarked that the song will likely be re-recorded and fleshed out a bit for the band's second album and follow-up to 2010's Crazy for You. Check it out…
Best Coast: "Gone Again"
Best Coast has unveiled a new video for "Gone Again." The clip was directed by Daniel Garcia as part of Adult Swim's 2011 Singles Program, which will see the network give away a selection of tracks in the coming weeks from artists like Best Coast,…
True Widow: 'As High as the Highest Heavens and from the Center to the Circumference of the Earth'
NPR has launched a stream of the upcoming full-length from True Widow. The record is titled As High as the Highest Heavens and from the Center to the Circumference of the Earth and is due out March 29, 2011 via Kemado Records. Check it out…
True Widow: "Skull Eyes"
Dallas, TX's True Widow has unveiled a new song. "Skull Eyes" is culled from the group's upcoming full-length As High As The Highest Heavens And From The Center To The Circumference Of The Earth, due out March 29, 2011 via Kemado…
The Sword: "Lawless Lands"
The Sword have released an elaborate video for "Lawless Lands," a track from the band's latest full-length Warp Riders. The clip is the second in a trilogy of videos with an overarching narrative based on the sci-fi concept of the album itself that began with "Tres…
The Sword (Rescheduled US Tour)
The Sword have announced new dates to replace those on their recently cancelled tour. The band was forced to reschedule the dates due to the acute anxiety suffered by their former drummer, Trivett Wingo, who also left the band. For the tour, the band has recruited Kevin Fender of Texas hardcore band, Employer, Employee. The shows kick off at the end of the month. You…
True Widow joins Kemado
Dallas-based True Widow have signed to Kemado Records. The band, comprised of singer/guitar player DH Phillips,singer/bass player Nicole Estill and drummer Slim Texas, have described their music as "stonegaze." They are aiming for a March 2011 release. Check out some music on their MySpace Page…
Sword drummer talks about his departure
Drummer Trivett Wingo, formerly of The Sword, explained the reasons behind his abrupt departure. His resignation led to the cancellation of the band's tour in support of Warp Riders. He explained: Not to get too specific, but my level of anxiety pertaining to being on tour got to the point where medication was not the answer. You can crunch Valiums all the time, but at a certain point you have to ask yourself if you should just be staying at home. I had been medicating myself to be on tour, and I realized that…
The Sword loses drummer, postpones tour
Due to the departure of drummer Trivett Wingo, The Sword has cancelled their current tour. Wingo explained: It is with deep sadness that I am announcing my departure from The Sword. After nearly seven years and some of the most amazing adventures of a lifetime, I have arrived at a place where I am physically and emotionally unable to continue on as part of The Sword. If I could go any further, I would as I love the music and JD, Bryan and Kyle are people that I deeply respect, but I have reached a point where I just can't do this anymore. I would…
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