Wings Denied

From The Horse’s Mouth: Zach Dresher (Wings Denied) on Mirrors For A Prince

Washington, D.C.’s Wings Denied present an organic approach to progressive metal. They seamlessly blend soaring vocals the musical technicality. This sound is exemplified on the group’s debut full-length, Mirrors For A Prince, which was recorded by Jamie King (Between The Buried and Me, Scale The Summit). Forming in 2012, Wings Denied has released two EPs (2012’s Awake and 2013’s The … More »

Devon Williams readies Gilding The Lily, tours (2014)

Following up two brilliant albums (2008′s Carefree and 2011′s Euphoria), Slumberland and Los Angeles’ Devon Williams are very proud to present Gilding The Lily. Williams’ shimmering pop combines his broad musical tastes with exceptional song-writing and arranging skill, and an unerring ear for melody – all of which are in ample evidence on Gilding The Lily. Devon started recording Gilding … More »

The Lees Of Memory share “We Are Siamese”

Just a few weeks after SideOneDummy announced the pressing of Superdrag’s quintessential headphone album Head Trip In Every Key on vinyl for the first time ever, the Los Angeles-based independent label is happy to announce the signing of The Lees Of Memory. Formed by John Davis and Brandon Fisher of Superdrag, The Lees Of Memory is the kind of happenstance … More »

Minus The Bear ready Lost Loves, tour (2014)

Minus The Bear will release their latest LP, Lost Loves, on October 7 via Dangerbird Records. The seasoned Seattle, WA five piece will embark upon a club tour this fall in support of the new album as well as the 10th anniversary re-release of their fan favorite EP, They Make Beer Commercials Like This. For a band that routinely sells … More »

Nations Afire share video for “Break Your Fall”

Nations Afire has premiered a new video for their song “Break Your Fall” at RevolverMag.com. The track is featured on the band’s latest record, The Ghosts We Will Become, which is available now on iTunes and from Hardline Entertainment at www.HardlineEnt.com/store. Watch Nations Afire’s new video for “Break Your Fall” now atRevolverMag.com:http://www.revolvermag.com/?p=63206 Nations Afire’s video for “Break Your Fall” was … More »

Genders announce shows (2014)

Genders is a four-piece rock-post-pop-psych-what-ever-else band from Portland, Oregon. Comprised of super-pals Stephen Leisy on guitar, Matt Hall on bass, Katherine Paul on drums, and Maggie Morris on guitar and vocals…Genders focuses on feeling it and playing music that inspires them. The past year was a huge one for Genders: they released their EP, were voted one of the Portland Mercury’s … More »

Spray Paint share “Rest Versus Rust,” tour (2014)

Austin’s self-described ‘No-No Wave/Dub/Scum Rock’ band, Spray Paint, hit us with their third full length Clean Blood, Regular Acid – out September 23 on Monofonus Press. After a heavy year of two LPs, two 7″s, a successful tour with Protomartyr, Spray Paint are starting to take things more serious when telling their psychotic stories on top of rebellious guitar riffs … More »

The Longshots share video for “Don’t Sweat It”

The Longshots deliver in-your-face rock-n-roll and have been since the group’s 2012 inception. Comprised of guitarist/vocalist Joey Gorman, guitarist Alex Zobel, bassist/guitarist Kris Luther, and drummer Brady Hamilton, The Longshots released the Kicker EP in 2012 on Dreamy Soundz Records, a 7″ in 2013 [Pau Wau Records] and followed up with a self-titled LP in 2014 [Mock Records]. The Longshots are proud to announce … More »

Connections

Video Premiere: Connections, “Beat The Sky”

After ripping onto the music scene in 2013 with two full length LP’s (album of the year by Still Single, glowing coverage from Pitchfork, Stereogum, Onion AV Club, etc…), one EP, several singles, and tours with The Breeders and Ex Hex, the band will release Into Sixes this August­­ a muscle flexing study that displays the true anthem-driven nature  of the  band. Connections’ prowess lies in the head-spinning gift for melody, fortified by a backbone of wiry guitars that are as tight and loose as a well-worn sweatsuit from Wal-Mart. Their pedigree includes a legacy of performing with 84 Nash, El Jesus de Magico and Times New Viking, a … More »