Indie News Rock 

Emergency Protocol Release Sophomore EP ‘Tell Them Diz Sent You’

New York math rock group, Emergency Protocol released their sophomore EP Tell Them Diz Sent You on Tuesday, March 22. The band, who have been compared to Balance And Composure, Coheed and Cambria, and Glocca Morra are starting to take the East Coast by storm. Emergency Protocol’s debut album, Silent Sounds was released in October 2014, and has been kicking it since then. Check out a stream of the EP, below. Tell Them Diz Sent You is available to stream and purchase on Bandcamp.  To hear more from Emergency Protocol, you can purchase a CD here or…

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Balance & Composure Announce Headlining Dates

Balance & Composure have announced a few scattered headlining dates throughout April.The band will be on tour with Chon and Circa Survive this spring, so the shows will take place on the groups off days. Check out a list of dates after the jump. Balance & Composure will be out in support of Circa Survive for a month. The tour kicks off on March 16th in Raleigh, North Carolina and ends in Stroudsburg, PA on May 3rd. You can also check the dates for this tour below. Fans can purchase a…

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Alternative News 

Circa Survive Announce US Tour

Circa Survive have announced a Spring US tour with support from Balance & Composure and Chon. You can check out dates and stops for the tour below the jump. Circa survive just released a new music video for song “Child Of The Desert”. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Commonweather ‘Commonweather EP’

“The Albatross” starts Commonweather’s self-titled EP like the introduction to a concert. It opens it up beautifully, and the curtain being drawn up to reveal the band on stage almost seems like it could be tangible if I reached my hand towards it. There is a powerful emotion that seems deep-seeded into every line of the song, and it is conveyed through a style that will take listeners back to when alternative rock had grit to it. Everything about this track will implant listeners into the moodiest, homiest venue they can think…

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Balance And Composure Announce First 2015 Tour Dates

It must be the end of 2015 cause many bands have started announcing their 2015 tour dates. You can add Balance and Composure to this list. Earlier today they revealed six January tour dates. The mini tour will be with in support of their album, The Things We Think We’re Missing, with support form Ovlov. You can purchase a CD here. See full list of tour dates after the jump. You can buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: The American Scene Tease New Album

The American Scene have posted a video with hints about their third album. You can watch the video after the jump. The album is expected to be released later this year on Pure Noise Records and will be the follow up to the band’s second album Safe For Now. You can catch The American Scene supporting Balance And Composure on their headlining tour at a number of dates starting next month. To catch them live, buy concert tickets here. For more music from The American Scene, you can purchase a…

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Metal News Rock 

Balance And Composure Announce US Headlining Tour

Balance and Composure announce a United States headlining tour starting in late August and going until early October. They will have support from Seahaven, The American Scene and Creepoid. View tour dates after the jump. You can purchase a CD here for Balance and Composure. You can purchase a CD here for Seahaven. You can purchase a CD here for The American Scene. You can purchase a CD here for Creepoid. You can buy concert tickets here for this tour. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Say Anything ‘Hebrews’

When you think of the band Say Anything, you think of angsty rant-filled punk rock with an indie twist to it. They’ve always been a punk band that swaps out the electric guitar for an aggressive acoustic guitar and loud, angry shouting. Their previous record Anarchy My Dear was a rant-fueled indie punk masterpiece. So when Say Anything’s frontman, Mark Bemis, announced that they’d be releasing an album that would feature a orchestral string arrangements and not one or two guest vocalist but 18: you have to ask yourself “Can…

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