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The Juliana Theory to release new album “A Dream Away” on March 26th 2021

Today The Juliana Theory share plans for their first album, “A Dream Away”, in over 15 years as they continue to release music after their surprise return last fall. Due out March 26th via Rude/ Equal Vision Records, “A Dream Away” sees the duo – Brett Detar and Joshua Fielder – reimagining some of their most beloved tracks through a fresh lens and a new perspective.

The Spill Canvas to release new studio album “Conduit” on March 5th 2021

It’s been almost nine years since The Spill Canvas have released a full-length album, but today, the South Dakota rockers have announced their signing to Pure Noise Records, along with the reveal that they will be releasing a new album, “Conduit”, on March 5th, 2021.

To get fans excited, The Spill Canvas have released a new song and video from the album, “Firestorm”. Watch the video below.
 

Can’t Swim to release new EP “Someone Who Isn’t Me” on December 4th 2020

Can’t Swim will release a new EP called “Someone Who Isn’t Me” on December 4th, 2020, via Pure Noise Records.
 
The band continues to explore breaking genre boundaries. In 2019, they released their hardcore inspired EP “Foreign Language”, which included guest vocalists Adam Lazzara of Taking Back Sunday, Frank Carter, and Drew Dijorio of Stray From the Path. It was followed by “When The Dust Settles” a stripped down, re-worked and re-imagined versions of some of the band’s most popular songs.
 

I Am The Avalanche to release new studio album “Dive” on November 20th 2020

Six years after the release of “Wolverines” (#108 on the Billboard 200), New York punk act I Am The Avalanche is back. The band has announced their highly anticipated new album “Dive”, out on November 20th, 2020, via Big Scary Monsters / I Surrender Records.

They’re giving fans a first taste today with single “Better Days”, a wistful song about raising a glass to better times. Listen to the new track below. 
 

All Time Low announces Basement Noise Concert Series 2020

Platinum-selling Fueled By Ramen band All Time Low have announced their “Basement Noise Concert Series”. The five-night streaming event, which was filmed in Nashville, TN in July, will kick off on October 9th, and see the band perform their new album “Wake Up, Sunshine” in its entirety for the very first time

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus announce live streaming show on October 2nd 2020

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are set to support recently released “The Emergency” EP with their only full band performance for the rest of 2020, live-streamed from the World Famous Whisky a Go Go on Friday, Octobrer 2nd, 2020.

Tickets to the 7 pm PST performance will be available here at 9:00 am PST on Friday, 9/18.