Exclusive Clip — Dead To Me: Wait For It (A Tour Doc)

So stoked to share this preview from my buddy Reese of my boys DTM.


National Underground Wants To Buy You A Drink At Fest 10


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!

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Bands You Need To Know- Run, Forever

Run ForeverThere 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


Daytrader Sign To Rise Records

Queens, NY-based Daytrader has announced that they have signed to Rise Records. In addition to the signing, the band has undergone a lineup change, and will now feature Scotty Giffin (ex-Crime In Stereo) on drums and Matt Mascarenas (Reviver) on bass. Daytrader plans to enter the winter with acclaimed producer Mike Sapone (Brand New, Taking Back Sunday) to record their follow-up to 2011’s Last Days Of Rome. The forthcoming album is scheduled for a spring 2012 release.


Bands You Need To Know- Run, Forever

Run ForeverThere 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 earlyAgainst 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


Pianos Become the Teeth Detail Upcoming Full-Length, Fall Tour

Pianos Become the Teeth has revealed the track list and artwork for The Lack Long After, the band’s upcoming full-length on Topshelf Records. The album will be released November 1st, and is currently available for pre-order.

Stream “Spine,” a track from The Lack Long After, at the Siq Shit blog here.

Pianos Become the Teeth will tour this fall with Touché Amoré and Seahaven, along with Circle Takes the Square for select dates.

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Bands You Need To Know- Glocca Morra


Glocca Morra play those sweet tuneful noodle jams that just seem to warm your soul. Whether it’s a sun-drenched summer day or a bitter cold winter morning, there’s something special about soaring guitar riffs over a racing drum beat. It just sits right. Perfect in fact. Glocca Morra capture all this and more on their split 7″ with PA/NY band and fellow noodlers The Greek Favourites.

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The Saddest Landscape Sign to Topshelf Records

Boston-based screamo band The Saddest Landscape have signed to Topshelf Records. The band will enter New Alliance Studios with producer John Taft November 5th to record their next full-length album, which is to be released early next year. Taft collaborated with The Saddest Landscape on 2010’s You Will Not Survive.


Andrew Jackson Jihad to Tour with Frank Turner

On the heels of their brand new full-length release Knife ManAndrew Jackson Jihad will embark on a six-week tour of the U.S. and Canada opening for Frank TurnerKnife Man, the band’s fourth full-length album, was released by Asian Man Records September 20th.

The first single from Knife Man, “Hate, Rain on Me,” can be streamed at Alternative Press.

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Broadway Calls Announce New EP, US Tour

Rainier, Oregon’s Broadway Calls have annoucned they will release a new EP entitled Toxic Kids to coincide with a US tour to and from this year’s Fest 10. Recorded with Comadre‘s Jack Shirley, the six song, 12″ EP marks the band’s first release since 2009’s Good Views, Bad News, and will be released on All For Hope Records in the US and Banquet Records in the UK. Despite the recent announcement, the album will be available at all of the band’s upcoming dates with The Bouncing Souls, Living With LionsThe Menzingers, and The Flatliners.

Click “continue reading” for album art and track listing plus Broadway Calls’ upcoming tour dates

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