On the heels of Pure Noise Record revealing that five of their artists would be releasing new music this new year, Fearless Records has welcomed 2015 by announcing which of their artists will be releasing new album in the new year as well.
In a less than one-minute clip, it reveals that Pierce the Veil, Real Friends, blessthefall, As It Is, August Burns Red, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Mayday Parade, Follow My Lead, Get Scared, Tonight Alive, and Oceans Ate Alaska will all be releasing new records in 2015, though no specific dates for the record released have been confirmed.
Check out the clip below which features a new song from Oceans Ate Alaska titled “Floorboards” which will be released this upcoming Monday, Jan. 6.
Earlier this week, a picture from a magazine revealed the list of artists that will be featured on the upcoming Punk Goes… series, Punk Goes 90s: Volume II.
Today, Fearless Records has officially revealed the full list of artists that will be on the new compilation as well as the tracks for the 90s that they will be covering. Up until now, the only band and their cover that was known was Get Scared and their cover of Lit’s biggest hit, “My Own Worst Enemy” which became the lead single for the compilation.
Check out the track list and artist list below.
PUNK GOES 90s: VOLUME II TRACK LIST:
1. Get Scared – “My Own Worst Enemy” originally performed by Lit
2. Memphis May Fire – “Interstate Love Song” originally performed by Stone Temple Pilots
3. Asking Alexandria – “Closer” originally performed by Nine Inch Nails
4. The Color Morale – “Everlong” originally performed by Foo Fighters
5. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! – “All Star” originally performed by Smash Mouth
6. Mayday Parade – “Comedown” originally performed by Bush
7. Motionless In White – “Du Hast” originally performed by Rammstein
8. Yellowcard – “Today” originally performed by The Smashing Pumpkins
9. Hands Like Houses – “Torn” originally performed by Natalie Imbruglia
10. The Ghost Inside – “Southtown” originally performed by P.O.D
11. Falling In Reverse – “Gangsta’s Paradise” originally performed by Coolio
12. Ice Nine Kills – “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” originally performed by Green Day
The album will be available on April 1st.
Which cover are you guys looking forward to the most? Drop us a line.
Last week, we got word that Fearless Records would be releasing the newest installment of their Punk Goes…series, Punk Goes 90s: Volume II. They had also informed longtime fans of the series that the lead single from the compilation would be Get Scared’s cover of Lit’s his song, “My Own Worst Enemy.”
The lyric video for the song can be seen and heard below.
As of now, no other information has been given, aside form the bands that will be featured on the album. Track list and release date are still pending but we will keep you informed as more information comes down from the head honchos at Fearless. Until then, enjoy the song.
Fearless Records has announced that there will be a new addition to the Punk Goes…series, their successful cover series. This time punk will be going back in time with Punk Goes 90s Volume II.
Back at the end of October, the label had released the news that they would be making a Punk Goes Christmas just in time for the holidays. That album included covers by New Found Glory, All Time Low, Man Overboard, Yellowcard and many others.
As for Punk Goes 90s Volume II, it will be the follow-up to the first one that was released back in 2006 and included covers of 90s songs by Plain White T’s, Cartel, Hit the Lights, Anberlin, the Starting Line and many other Fearless artists.
While the full track listing and release date have not been released as of yet, the label has revealed that the album is due out in 2014 and the name of the artists that will be featured in the compilation. The teaser which can be seen below, also reveals that the lead single will be Lit’s hit song, “My Own Worst Enemy” covered by Get Scared; the song is set to be officially released on January 7.
Watch the trailer and tell us what 90s jam you would like to be included in the compilation, if you had the choice.