The Menzingers have posted a new song entitled “The Obituaries” via SoundCloud. The track is the first material to be released off their upcoming Epitaph debut, which is scheduled for a spring 2012 release.
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A great wrap up video from this year’s The FEST 10 in Gainesville, FL.
The debut album from Buffalo, New York’s Lieutenant comes after a long wait. With unfinished demos and pre-mastered CD-r’s floating around the better part of a decade, all loose ends were finally tied earlier this year to finally give the band’s self-titled LP the release it deserves. Featuring members spanning a number of Buffalo bands such as Lemuria, Running For Cover, To Hell And Back, and Resist Control, current (or is it former?) members of Lieutenant have mostly moved on to their respective labels, hence the three way collaboration on the LP pressing between Art Of The Underground, Peter Walkee, and Warm Bath.
Jay over at the new Up And At Them live music blog just completed a new mini-doc called 2000 Miles of Debt and Doubt featuring the Fest 9 tour of the bands The Great Explainer and Pacer. Check it out as well as other live videos from Crucial Dudes…!
So stoked to share this preview from my buddy Reese of my boys DTM.
National Underground loves The Fest more than just about anything, and we want to enjoy it this year with all of our loyal readers. So this year we’re buying you a round. Free beers at Fest, does it get any better? Probably not. Our news editor, Dan Case, will again be liveblogging his Fest experience and will be responsible for providing the beverages to the masses.
So, all you need to do is follow Dan via our twitter feed (@NatlUnderground) or our Facebook page, and he’ll keep you posted on where to find him in Gainesville. Find him, prove that you are of legal drinking age, and let him know you’d like to obtain an ice cold beverage. It’s that easy. He might have some other goodies too…
Hope to see and meet you all there!
There really isn’t a good reason why Run, Forever shouldn’t already be your favorite new band. The Pittsburgh, PA-based trio has found their stride playing tunes that blend the folk-rock sounds of early Against Me! and The Sidekicks’ ‘90s emo-pop homage to create a sound that should be welcoming to anyone that appreciates anything that falls under the blanket term of punk music. The band’s debut full-length The Devil, And The Death, and Me is beautifully morbid and insanely poppy, and their recently released split 7” with Atlanta’s The Wild takes from the most intense, driving sounds of their full length and turns it up a notch. If you want to check out a band that in a couple months/years will have you can saying “I knew about this band before they got huge,” then go listen to Run, Forever pronto. A band this good cannot go unnoticed for very long.
Be sure to check out Run, Forever at FEST 10 on Friday Oct. 28th at The Laboratary at 11:20pm