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Dryjacket Sign To Hopeless Records, Announce New EP & Share New Video

Getting acquainted to Dryjacket should be somewhere on your to-do list this morning. The indie/alternative rock four-piece out of Marlton, NJ shares sonic qualities with the likes of Somos, Prawn, and Dikembe, and they have toured alongside bands like Young Statues and The Wonder Years in the past.

Currently, the band is gearing up for the release of their Hopeless debut EP entitled Lights, Locks, And Faucets, which is due out on February 14. Below you will find a brand new music video for their song “Jefferson’s Shadow.” Take a listen and let us know what …

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The Used & Every Time I Die Announce Spring Tour

The past year has been a busy one for The Used, with the release of their latest album, Imaginary Enemy, and touring through most of 2014 with Hopeless Records label mates Taking Back Sunday.

The band is currently still on the touring cycle for their sixth studio album, yet they’ve announced a subsequent spring tour to further promote it. Direct support will be provided by Every Time I Die, who are still supporting their latest ripper, From Parts Unknown. Marzomets and The Eeries will also be along for the ride, opening for the veteran acts.

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Have Mercy Announce New Spring Headlining Tour With Weatherbox, You Me And Everyone We Know, Head North

Things don’t always go as planned in the music industry. Today, Have Mercy showed everyone how to make the best of a bad situation.

Several weeks ago, Front Porch Step announced a spring tour featuring support from Have Mercy, Alcoa, and Head North, with Hotel Books and Brigades set to appear on select dates. After allegations of sexual abuse against Front Porch Step mastermind Jake McElfresh surfaced online in late December, Have Mercy and Head North separately announced that they would not be touring with Front Porch Step, insisting that they would make it up to fans.

Today, Have Mercy …

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All Time Low Unveil New Album, Stream Lead Single

It’s been over a year since Baltimore alt-rock outfit, All Time Low, put out their Billboard top ranking record, Don’t Panic. The band has been working hard in the studio this past year, and is finally ready to share their efforts with the world.

This morning, the four-piece have premiered the first single, “Something’s Gotta Give,” on BBC Radio 1′s Breakfast Show, which you can now stream below. The brand new track is taken from none other than their highly-anticipated new record, Future Hearts.

You can check out the new album’s artwork and the corresponding track …

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Stream Enter Shikari’s New Album, ‘The Mindsweep,’ In Full Now

Slated for a January 19 release via Hopeless Records, Enter Shikari‘s The Mindsweep has been generating all sorts of talk across the internet. The much-anticipated record will be serving as the followup to their release from three years ago in A Flash Flood Of Colour. In conjunction with the record’s release, the band will be touring North America from March through April. You can find details about the tour here.

Lead singer, Rou Reynolds, recently commented on their new record at a show in Germany. He shares: “This limbo period… this purgatory… is finally over. We can present …

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Enter Shikari Release Music Video For “Anaesthetist”

In promotion of their upcoming album The Mindsweep, coming out on January 19 via Hopeless Records, Enter Shikari have unleashed another music video in anticipation of the release.

After releasing the bizarre yet comical video for “Slipshod,” the band has changed gears with their latest visual accompaniment for “Anaesthetist.” The video consists of live shots of the band and those of a man seeking help as he coughs up blood. Musically, there’s certainly a no holds barred mentality within “Anaesthetist” and it shakes up what the entire album may sound like.

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Stream A Full Band Set By Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties

Circa Survive frontman Anthony Green recently concluded the East Coast leg of his solo mini-tour with I Can Make A Mess, Elder Brother, and Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties. Below, you will be able to watch Aaron West’s seven-song, full band set (courtesy of AbsolutePunk) from the band’s December 26 show in Boston.

This was reportedly the The Wonder Years frontman’s first show with a full band as Aaron West. He was accompanied by two trumpets, a saxophone, and a banjo, along with the usual guitars/drums/bass lineup.

You can check out the full set and …

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Have Mercy Announce Split With Somos, Stream “Somebody’s Baby” Cover

Indie rock outfit, Have Mercy, have just announced that they will be releasing a split with one of No Sleep Records’ newest signings, Somos. The split is due out on February 24 via NSR. Below, you can listen to the band’s cover of “Somebody’s Baby” by Jackson Browne.

Lead singer Brian Swindle shares with AltPress: “When we were approached about doing the split with Somos we were immediately down. We were just about to release our 2nd LP, A Place Of Our Own, so we knew we didn’t want to put out anymore newer songs that soon …

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New Found Glory Premiere ’90s-Influenced Music Video For “Stubborn”

Pop-punk legends New Found Glory have been around for almost a decade and a half, putting their first record out back in 1999 (Nothing Gold Can Stay). During the era of their inception, music videos were huge on television, specifically on MTV, with programs that would air them in long blocks.

To pay homage, the band premiered a new music video today for their song “Stubborn,” which comes off their latest album Resurrection. The video depicts a full ’90s makeover with the an old television, classic camera work, and even the “NFG” acronym taking the shape of …

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Enter Shikari Announce Dates For U.S. ‘The Mindsweep’ Tour

Enter Shikari are set to release their highly anticipated album The Mindsweep on January 19 via Hopeless Records. So far we have heard singles in “The Last Garrison,” “Never Let Go Of The Microscope,” and the very bizarre “Slipshod,” which was released yesterday. In order to further promote the album’s release in January, the band will commence on a U.S tour in March & April of next year.

The tour will start on March 23 at Fitzgerald’s in Houston, TX and go all the way to April 28, finishing up at Korova in San …

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Stream New Found Glory’s New Christmas Song, “Snow”

Adding onto the abundance of Christmas music you’ve been blasting since Thanksgiving is New Found Glory‘s new holiday jam, entitled “Snow.”

Not as edgy as you’d expect of the band but jolly nonetheless, “Snow” features a more synthy side of NFG, topped with sleigh bells and holiday cheer.

You can now listen to “Snow” via Spotify below. Additionally, the new song is available for purchase on iTunes here.…

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Stream Enter Shikari’s New Single, “Never Let Go Of The Microscope”

Now just two months away from the release of their fourth studio album, Enter Shikari are streaming the second single, titled “Never Let Go Of The Microscope.”

The song comes from the band’s upcoming record, The Mindsweep, which arrives on January 20 via Ambush Reality and Hopeless Records. Pre-orders for The Mindsweep can be found here.

You can stream “Never Let Go Over The Microscope” below the jump, and check out our staff review of Enter Shikari’s previous single, “The Last Garrison.”…