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Dads Stream “Fake Knees”

It’s hard to explain how Dads rose from underground sensations to being a band on the verge of taking the nation by storm, but at some point in the last year or so something changed. Their music has stayed the same, as has their thrilling live show, but the way people react to their creativity has been amplified in a big way. As longtime fans, this bring us a great deal of joy.

Today, the members of Dads partnered with our friends at AltPress to share a new song titled “Fake Knees.” The song is the latest to surface from …


Jeezy Talks About His Unlikely Rise On “Holy Ghost”

Jeezy is not the kind of rapper who likes to kick back and talk about the past, but that is exactly what happens on his new track, “Holy Ghost.” Backed by a driving production, Jeezy reflects on his unlikely rise from the streets to the top of the Billboard charts over the course of three verses. It’s not all pain and gain, there is a lot of loss and strife in there as well, but the international sensation does make it known that he’s gone through some tough times we might not yet know about. You can stream the song, …

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Kanye West and Paul McCartney Are Recording a Song Called “Piss on My Grave”

It won’t be long until Kanye West shares his next full-length and, as such, the details keep rolling out. According to Page Six, it looks like Paul McCartney may have a hand in the new music.

The two have supposedly recorded a number of new tracks together which “could develop into an album,” one of which is called “Piss on My Grave.” It seems too ridiculous to be a true, but a clip of the song has surfaced online, making it seem a little more likely. Listen to that preview after the jump.

Then again, McCartney has expressed his …

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Action Bronson Cruises In “Easy Rider” Trailer

Making our staff an excited bunch, Action Bronson officially put the hype machine into motion for his forthcoming debut full-length, Mr. Wonderful, earlier this month with the release of its first single, “Easy Rider.” Featuring psychedelic instrumentals best fit for an acid trip circa 1970, the track’s experimental nature is a prime example of Bronson’s genre-hopping nature at its finest, so it only makes sense that a music video would be in store to accompany the cut.

Rather than making us wait cold turkey until August 20, though, Bronsolino has dropped a teaser for the campy visuals in store. …

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Hail The Sun Release “Human Target Practice”

This morning, the up-and-coming post-hardcore outfit Hail The Sun released some exciting news for fans. It’s no secret that the guys have finished recording their highly-anticipated full-length album, but until now they’ve been light on the details. With today’s release, a track entitled “Human Target Practice,” listeners will get their second taste of the upcoming record. In addition, the band has provided a name, release date, and the artwork for the new album which will be titled Wake.

You’ll be able to get your hands on Wake Sept 23, via Blue Swan Records. In the meantime, you can …

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Yellowcard Premiere New Track, “One Bedroom,” Push Back ‘Lift A Sail’ Release Date

Earlier this morning, we received both good and bad news from the Yellowcard camp. First, it seems that the group’s forthcoming effort, Lift A Sail, will now make landfall on October 7 instead of sometime this September, as the recent Razor & Tie signees originally indicated. However, to appease fans in the meantime, the Florida four-piece has offered up a new track titled “One Bedroom.” Listen to it here via USA Today, or give it a spin by following the jump below.

A slow-building acoustic ballad complete with a memorable vocal line and subtle electronic elements, “One Bedroom” …

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Anti-Flag Release Alternate Version of “Police Story” in Wake of Ferguson Tragedy

There’s no hiding the fact that the events that have taken place in Ferguson, MO have been utterly disgusting. In an act that fully embraces the positive “greater good” mentality of punk music, Anti-Flag have put in their effort to contribute to the Michael Brown Jr. memorial fund by releasing an alternate version of their song “Police Story” and offering it for $1 purchases through their Bandcamp page.

The song (which was originally released on their 1999 album, A New Kind of Army) can be heard following the jump alongside the band’s statement on the matter which they posted …

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Hostage Calm Stream “A Thousand Miles Away From Here”

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Hostage Calm are back, and today they are continuing the promotional run towards the release of their latest studio album with the premiere of a brand new track titled “A Thousand Miles Away From Here.” The song, which premiered on Noisey shortly after 9AM this morning (August 18), is one of the most avant-garde songs in the band’s catalog. That’s not to say the track sticks out as being a change of pace entirely or something completely unexpected, but in comparison to other singles, “A …


We’ve Been Given an “Invitation” From This Will Destroy You

Back in 2006, the first time I heard the name This Will Destroy You, I got excited, as I thought I was about to be introduced to a new grindcore band or something of that nature. To my surprise, though, the Texas quartet couldn’t have been further from the case genre-wise. To this day, TWDY remains one of my absolute favorite bands, one of which has provided me with many memories.

On September 18, the band will be releasing their first studio album since 2011′s Tunnel Blanket, and their first since they originally announced their disbanding in the …


Bastille Keep Things Melancholy With The Debut Of “Bad News”

Bastille have had a banner year. In less than eighteen months this import pop rock outfit have quickly become one of the most played groups at radio, and along the way they’ve score a number of top 10 singles. Today, while still riding high off the success of their debut album, the members of Bastille shared a new song that is sure to punch you right in the feels.

“Oblivion” is the eighth song to be given the single treatment off Bastille’s latest full-length, and in early September the track will be released alongside one additional recording on the band’s …


Alt-J Maintain Their Experimental Reign With “Every Other Freckle”

At this point, it’s nearly impossible to nail Leeds’ Alt-J down to one specific genre, and we’ve simply given up trying. In the long wait till the September 23 release of the newest album, This Is All Yours, we’ve been graced with two singles and two accompanying videos. Today, Alt-J have released a third new track from the album, entitled “Every Other Freckle,” and it might just be the most diverse of the three we’ve heard yet.

Combining some of the elements that have made up the band’s past works with tastes of numerous genres and gritty distorted guitar …


Required Listening: Taylor Bennett – “Hatin”

Hot damn. Chicago’s latest and greatest young hip hop export, Taylor Bennett, returns to our front page this afternoon with the premiere of a new single that is sure to entertain.

“Hatin” is the first song to surface from Bennett since the May release of his Mainstream Music mixtape. The track, which was produced by Pharaoh El, finds Taylor riding driving production with talk of his life, his hustle, and the people who try to hold him back. The theme of the song is ‘haters never make it,’ which is also a phrase that is repeated heavily throughout the …