The Ghost Inside make their long-awaited return with ‘Aftermath’

The Ghost Inside are officially back!

On Wednesday (April 22), the California-founded band gave fans a massive dose of great news, news that you can say has been five years in the making.

This June, the band will release their much-anticipated fifth studio album, The Ghost Inside. The upcoming record is due out June 5 through the band’s home of Epitaph Records. Pre-orders for the album are currently available for purchase here.

Will Putney from Fit For an Autopsy did a lot of the technical aspects of the record like producing, engineering, and mixing while A Day to Remember’s Jeremy McKinnon co-produced.

As if that wasn’t good enough, the band also unleashed its first single, “Aftermath.” According to the group’s post on social media, the new tune is “a tribute to the community that supported us, stood by us, and raised us from the ashes.”

Watch the music video for “Aftermath” above, which features news footage from the tragic bus accident that changed their lives.

The Ghost Inside marks the group’s long-awaited return to the music world. Following a few setbacks during recovery, it’s nice to see that not only are they back, but they are back and ready to take on the world.

The Ghost Inside is the follow-up to 2014’s Dear Youth.

Stream Aiden’s New Single “Crawling Up From Hell”


The Aiden farewell tour is scheduled to begin later this month, but before the band can officially say good-bye to those that have stuck by their side since their inception, the band will be releasing their final album just in time for our favorite time of the year.

The last update frontman Wil Francis had posted informed fans that the recording process had been completed and the tracks had been sent out for mixing. Now, the Seattle-based band has given fans a taste of what to expect from their final effort. The lead single from Aiden is a track titled “Crawling Up From Hell” and sounds like a major nod to their breakout record, Nightmare Anatomy. Listen to “Crawling Up From Hell” below.

Aiden is set to be released on Halloween, though at this point we’re a little confused since it was originally Oct. 30 and now it’s looking like Oct. 31. For those wanting a physical copy of the record, pre-orders for that is currently available on the band’s website. Francis, during his last update, announced that only a limited amount of physical copies would be printed and those not purchased through pre-orders will be taken on the road. But for those okay with a digital copy, it will be available at no cost on the release date.

In support of the new album, and as a final farewell to their fans, Aiden will be hitting the road in November. The tour which has been named “The Last Sunrise Tour” will begin next Thursday (Oct. 22) in Venutra, CA and wrap up on Nov. 21 in their hometown on Seattle, WA. The complete list of tour dates can be seen here.

Stream Four Year Strong’s Self-Titled


With less than a week until the release of their upcoming new album, Four Year Strong are now streaming the complete album for their fans ahead of time.

The new record which happens to be the fifth studio album from the Massachusetts band includes previously released tracks “We All Float Down Here” and “I’m a Big, Bright, Shining Star.”

Four Year Strong is set to be released on June 2 through Pure Noise Records. Currently, the band are in the middle of a tour alongside label mate, The Story So Far, Terror, and Souvenirs. The next date on their schedule is tomorrow, May 28, at the Orpheum Theatre in Tampa.

The complete list of tour dates can be seen here.

Stream The Story So Far’s New Album

The Story So Far’s self-titled album is not scheduled to be “officially” released until next week, but the band is giving their fans the opportunity to get acquainted with the full album ahead of time.

Previously, the California-based group released two songs from the album, lead single “Nerve” and “Solo” which are just two of the ten new tracks.

Listen to the full album below.

The Story So Far hits stores next Tuesday, May 19, through Pure Noise Records. Pre-orders are still ongoing, so if you’re digging the tracks, you can pre-order it now on their website, or just wait the seven days and go to your local record store and pick it up.

In support of the new album, The Story So Far are currently on the road with Four Year Strong, Terror, and Souvenirs.

Remaining tour dates can be seen below.


May 12 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom
May 13 – Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
May 14 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall
May 15 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre and Ballroom (Spring Fling)
May 16 – Asbury Park, NJ – Asbury Park Oceanfront (Skate & Surf Festival)
May 17 – Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
May 19 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
May 20 – Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Music Hall
May 21 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
May 22 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
May 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
May 24 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
May 26 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theater
May 28 – Tampa, FL – Orpheum Theatre
May 29 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
May 30 – Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live
May 31 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
June 2 – Houston, TX – Scout Bar
June 3 – Austin, TX – The Mohawk
June 4 – Dallas, TX – The Door
June 5 – Oklahoma, OK – Farmers Market
June 6 – Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
June 8 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
June 10 – Seattle, WA – The Showbox
June 11 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
June 12 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
June 13 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore

Four Year Strong Release “We All Float Down Here” Video


Almost a month after releasing the audio for the first single off of their impending new record, Four Year Strong have now given fans the music video for “We All Float Down Here.”

Instead of being a weird music video of sorts, the over three-minute clip follows the band as they get ready for a show from unloading the trailers and setting up the stage for rehearsals, to the actual performance on stage in front of excited fans.

Pretty cool, especially during the footage of the band live on stage in front of the packed venue; it almost feels like you’re actually at the show taking it all in.

Check out the video below.

“We All Float Down Here” is the first single off of Four Year Strong’s self-titled album set to be released on June 2 through Pure Noise Records. A few weeks ago, the band released a second new song from the upcoming record, a track titled “I’m a Big, Bright, Shining Star.”

Four Year Strong Show They’re “Bright, Shining Stars” with New Song


Four Year Strong have released another new song from their upcoming new album.

The Massachusetts band released the second single from their self-titled album, “I’m a Big, Bright, Shining Star.”

Watch the lyrics video for the new song below.

Four Year Strong is set to be released on June 2 through Pure Noise Records.

Pure Noise Records announced late last year that Four Year Strong and a slew of their roster would be releasing new albums in the new year. FYS’ self-titled joins Senses Fail’s Pull the Thorns from Your Heart, Hit the Light’s recently released Summer Bones, and The Story So Far’s self-titled as Pure Noise’s 2015 releases.

For those ready to get the album, pre-orders are currently available over at the band’s website.

“I’m a Big, Bright, Shining Star” joins recently released lead single, “We All Float Down Here” on the record.

The Story So Far Stream New Single

Last month, The Story So Far announced the release of their third studio album by “leaking” the first single off of the upcoming record on a CD during a Title Fight show in San Francisco.

Now, they’ve followed that up by releasing another new song from their self-titled, a track titled “Solo” this past weekend.

Check out the song below.

The Story So Far join a long list of fellow Pure Noise Records bands who have new albums coming out. Senses Fail’s Pull the Thorns from Your Heart is due out sometime this Summer, Hit the Lights just released Summer Bones on March 24, and just last week, Four Year Strong announced their self-titled will be hitting stores in June.

A pretty good year for Pure Noise Records, if we do say so ourselves.

The Story So Far will be released on May 19.

Four Year Strong to Release Self-Titled Album in June


Good news Four Year Strong fans, the band’s previously announced new album will be coming our way this Summer!

Back in December, Pure Noise Record revealed that Four Year Strong and many of their label mates would be putting out new records in the new year.

With so many of them already revealing the release dates for said albums, it was only a matter of time before Four Year Strong’s release date would be announced.

That day was today.

The band announced that their fifth studio album will not only be their self-titled, but it will also be released on June 2. Along with that announcement they revealed that the record was produced by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou at his studio in Salem.

Also unveiled was the cover art for the record as well as the track list which will feature a re-recorded version of “Go Down in History” from 2014’s EP of the same name.

Check out the track list and cover art below.



1. Hold Myself In Contempt
2. We All Float Down Here
3. Eating My Words
4. Wipe Yourself Off, Man. You Dead
5. Stolen Credit Card!
6. Gravity
7. Who Cares?
8. Here’s to Swimming with Bow Legged- Women
9. I’m a Big, Bright Shining Star
10. The Sound Of Your Heart
11. Go Down In History

XTRMST Tell “Coward” to Bow Their Head in New Song


Yesterday afternoon, AFI side project XTRMST premiered their morph-suit starring music video for lead single “Conformist.”

Now, the band which is made up of AFI frontman Davey Havok and bassist Jade Puget, have debuted another new song from their self-titled, debut record due out next week.

The song is titled “Coward, Bow Your Head.”

Yeah we know, a very powerful title and scary title, if we do say so ourselves.

During a recent interview with Alternative Press, Havok was asked about the identity of the so-called coward in the heavy song.

He responded by telling the magazine that they were not referring to one specific person, but rather all the people out there who claimed the straight-edge movement was a fraud.

Check out the song here.

XTRMST debut album, is set to be released next Tuesday, Nov. 18 through DJ Steve Aoki’s record label, DIM MAK.

Andrew McMahon Debuts New Song at Recent Show


Andrew McMahon has once again released another song under his new solo endeavor, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness.

The song has not been officially released as a single, but the track is being performed for a live audience already.

The new song is titled, “Hall” and footage of the new song from a recent show in Tempe, AZ can be seen below.

“Halls” will join previously released tracks, “Canyon Moon,” “High Dive,” and lead single, “Cecilia and the Satellite” on McMahon’s upcoming debut. The debut will be self-titled and released through Vanguard Record on Oct. 14.

McMahon will be heading out on a Fall tour beginning on Oct. 14 in San Diego with Junior Prom and Hunter Hunted. Tour dates can be seen below.


10/14–San Diego, CA @ House of Blues

10/15–Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre

10/17–San Francisco CA @ Slim’s

10/18–San Francisco, CA @ The Independent

10/20–Vancouver, BC @ Rio Theatre

10/22–Seattle, WA @ The Neptune

10/23–Boise, ID @ The Knitting Factory

10/25–Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall**

10/26–Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater**

10/28–St. Louis , MO @ The Ready Room

10/29–Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

10/31–Chicago, IL @Vic Theatre

11/1–Cincinnati, OH, @ Bogarts

11/2–Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall

11/5–Toronto, ON @ Opera House

11/16–Charlotte, NC @The Visulite Theatre

11/18–St. Petersburg, FL @ The Stage Theatre

11/19–Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theater

11/21–Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage

11/22–Nashville, TN @ 3rd & Lidsley

11/24–Austin, TX @ Emo’s

11/25–Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s–Upstairs

11/26–Dallas, TX @ Granada, Theater

11/28–Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Live

11/29–Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

** No Junior Prom