Rituals of Mine, formerly Sister Crayon Share “Ride or Die”

On Wednesday, Sacramento duo Sister Crayon officially announced the name change to Rituals of Mine. The duo, Terra Lopez and Dani Fernandez, released a statement: “Change is always scary territory but we feel that the Sister Crayon name is something that no longer represents who we are. This project has undeniably grown.” The name change comes on the heels of signing … Continue reading Rituals of Mine, formerly Sister Crayon Share “Ride or Die”

Gringo Star release The Sides And In Between, tour

Atlanta, GA psych-rockers Gringo Star release The Sides And In Between on August 25 via Nevado Music.  Gringo Star are also in the midst of an extensive summer and fall tour. All confirmed dates are listed below. 08.25 – Providence, RI @ Fete Music Hall 08.28 – Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room (The Studio) 08.29 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom and Tavern … Continue reading Gringo Star release The Sides And In Between, tour

Super Unison ready Auto for Deathwish, tour

Oakland, CA trio Super Unison have partnered with Deathwish to release their anticipated new full-length, Auto. The album was recorded at Atomic Garden Studios by Jack Shirley (Oathbreaker, Deafheaven, Loma Prieta). Like their self-titled EP, Super Unison’s latest offering is concise and intense with most frantic songs coming in at the two minute mark. Within Auto, Super Unison introduce a wash … Continue reading Super Unison ready Auto for Deathwish, tour

Dune Rats, DZ Deathrays announce North American Tour

After having a blast touring together in Australia on Violent Soho’s recent Waco tour, Dune Rats and DZ Deathrays have decided to step it up a notch and take the party abroad. Late last month, the bands announced their International Disaster Tour Part 1: UK & Europe and now they are thrilled to announce the second part to their International … Continue reading Dune Rats, DZ Deathrays announce North American Tour

Donovan Wolfington release expanded video for “Mercurus,” “HxC Punk”

A random Twitter message became the foundation for what would later become Donovan Wolfington’s expanded music video for the singles “Mercurus” and “HxC Punk”. Both songs are found on the New Orleans-based band’s 2015 album, How To Treat The Ones You Love (Topshelf Records). “Michael Parks Randa, who directed the video, hit us up on Twitter in January,” says frontman Neil … Continue reading Donovan Wolfington release expanded video for “Mercurus,” “HxC Punk”

Sparrows ready sophomore LP for New Damage Records, tour

Toronto-based, spaced-out, post-punk/hardcore outfit Sparrows, will release their sophomore full-length, Let the Silence Stay Where it Was, via New Damage Records on October 14. On the new LP, the band re-teams with longtime collaborator, engineer/producer Kenny Bridges, front man of seminal Canadian melodic punk outfit Moneen. The LP is preceded by the release of a 2-track single which came out … Continue reading Sparrows ready sophomore LP for New Damage Records, tour

Wovenhand share “The Hired Hand,” tour

Wovenhand premiered a new track from their forthcoming album Star Treatment. The song, “The Hired Hand” is available here: Star Treatment will be available on Sargent House worldwide — excluding Europe, where it will be released by longtime Wovenhand label Glitterhouse Records —  on September 9. The band plays Psycho Las Vegas fest on August 26 before embarking on an extensive European tour … Continue reading Wovenhand share “The Hired Hand,” tour

Odonis Odonis tour U.S. with Tobacco

Odonis Odonis’ latest epic, Post Plague, delivers a powerful blend of industrial, electronic and science fiction. OO’s post-apocalyptic anthems construct stark soundscapes and saturate them with layer upon layer of industrial grime. It was released on felte earlier this summer. OO have announced a full U.S. fall tour with Tobacco in support of Post Plague – full list of dates below. Odonis Odonis Live … Continue reading Odonis Odonis tour U.S. with Tobacco