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Architects Release “The Shadow of Doubt” B-side From Reissue

After the considerable success of Architects‘ Lost Forever // Lost Together, the band has decided to re-release the album with a couple new tracks for their fans.

Today, Architects dropped the first b-side of the reissue, called “The Shadow of Doubt.” This aggressive single serves as a strong continuation of the album’s style and direction, impressive for the track’s 2-minute length.

The reissue of Lost Forever // Lost Together will be available March 27 on iTunes. If you like what you hear below, grab a pre-order bundle from the band’s merch store.…

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Thursday Announce Expanded ‘Waiting’ Reissue

Thursday will be releasing an expanded reissue of their debut album, Waiting, this coming March through frontman Geoff Rickly’s Collect Records. The 15-year anniversary edition will feature three previously unreleased bonus tracks, and will be re-packaged with new artwork, a deluxe die-cut CD and LP sleeve, and liner notes penned by Rickly himself. Pre-orders are on sale now.

Back in December, Rickly sat down with Noisey to discuss how the “community around underground music” helped to shape the outfit’s first full-length.

“I wanted to put something social together that had its roots in hardcore, but was more tied …

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Hear Uncovered 1950s Folk Track “Talkin’ Like You (Two Tall Mountains)” from Connie Converse

Six years ago, boutique label Squirrel Thing put out an album of unearthed folk songs by the mysterious singer-songwriter Connie Converse. The album, How Sad, How Lovely, features back-to-back lo-fi recordings of intimate folk from the 1950s that Converse recorded in her Greenwich Village apartment. It’s available on vinyl for the first time on March 17 via Omnian Music Group and album track “Talkin’ Like You (Two Tall Mountains)” is already streaming. It’s well spoken and warm, the kind of lullaby your mother sings to you before bed and you secretly long for years after you’ve fled the …

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Knuckle Puck Share Unreleased Song, “Townsend”

Knuckle Puck have been quite impressive as one of the growing pop-punk acts in the past year and they are showing no signs of slowing down.

After announcing that they will be signing to Rise Records and releasing their debut album in the summer, the band has teamed up with Bad Timing Records to reissue their debut EP, Don’t Come Home, with a release date of January 27.

With the reissue, the band has also included an unreleased song called “Townsend” to be featured on the release. Stream the song below after the jump.…

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Cursive Release Remastered Version Of “Am I Not Yours?”

Cursive will be releasing a remaster of their monumental album, The Ugly Organ, on Nov. 24 via Saddle Creek, and we have just been gifted with a taste of the nostalgic sonic trip of “Am I Not Yours?”

“Am I Not Yours?” was originally featured on the band’s split with Eastern Youth, and 8 Teeth To Eat You in 2002, and is one of the eight additional tracks to be featured on The Ugly Organ‘s reissue.

The band will also be hitting the road near the beginning of next year, so if The Ugly Organ remaster brings you …

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Dayseeker To Release Deluxe Reissue Of ‘What It Means To Be Defeated’

Last year the post hardcore outfit Dayseeker released their debut full-length effort, What It Means To Be Defeated. Since then, the band has kept themselves busy with touring. Apparently that’s not all they’ve been up to though, which was made clear by their exciting announcement.

The band confirmed they are releasing a deluxe reissue of What It Means To Be Defeated next month. The reissue will feature four acoustic renditions of their popular songs. The original tracks have also been remixed and remastered. You can pre-order the album through InVogue Records’ MerchNow page.

In addition to the announcement, the …

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Cursive Announce ‘The Ugly Organ’ Reissue And Details For Upcoming Tour

Get ready to feel old. The Omaha, Nebraska-based indie rock outfit known as Cursive have been together since 1995. They released their debut full-length album, The Disruption, in 1996. With so many albums under their belt (thirteen, to be exact), you’d think it would be difficult to pick just one fan favorite but I think it’s safe to say that most people can agree The Ugly Organ is their best work. It was released back in 2003, but people still love it.

It’s because of this reason I am excited to report that the band has confirmed they will …

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M83 Shares Video for “Moonchild”

After recently reissuing his first three records, M83‘s Anthony Gonzalez has shared yet another video for a track off the 2005 effort, Before the Dawn Heals Us. This time, it’s for the track “Moonchild.”

One of the most moving and captivating tracks on the record, the video treatment gives us an equally powerful scene that starts with the camera zoomed in on the faces, specifically the eyes, of multiple young adults and focusing on the idea of them witnessing some form of a triangle light. Beyond that, we get a mysterious man, that walks through the forest, shrouded …

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Poster And Trailer For ‘Saw’ 10th Anniversary Re-Release Revealed

There are very few horror films that have left me with the kind of open-jawed reaction that lingers in the back of your mind for years on end, but the original Saw definitely makes the cut. The entire film is solid, not to mention the unforgettable finale, and this October Universal is bringing all the terror of the movie back to the big screen for a limited time.

Saw turns 10 this year, and as several years have passed since Saw: The Final Chapter hit theaters the studio that helped reignite the public’s interest in torture-related horror is re-releasing James …

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HIM Announce Limited-Edition Vinyl Boxed Set, Remastered Catalog

Break out the eyeliner and tissues because HIM have revealed plans to bring their back catalog to your personal vinyl collection before the end of 2014.

According to a press released sent out Monday morning, HIM will be releasing an exclusive limited edition boxset titled Lashes To Ashes, Lust To Dust: A Vinyl Retrospective ’96-’03 on November 25th via The End Records. The boxset includes the rare debut 1996 EP 666 Ways To Love: Prologue on 180gram heavy weight vinyl for the first time ever, along with an exclusive Heartagram logo slipmat and a USB drive with 37 bonus tracks, …

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Modest Mouse Are Reissuing Their First Two Albums

Modest Mouse have finally announced the release of an album – actually, two albums. Neither is the one they’ve been working on for a few years, though. They are reissues of the first two full-lengths, This Is a Long Drive for Someone With Nothing to Think About and The Lonesome Crowded West.

This move is unsurprising, given the reissues of The Moon & AntarcticaThe Fruit That Ate Itself, and Sad Sappy Sucker released over the last few years. These new reissues will be released by Isaac Brock’s Glacial Pace Recordings and Fat Possum. Accompanying each …

Unreleased Smashing Pumpkins Remix by P. Diddy Is Here

Almost two decades ago, P. Diddy, Puff Daddy, Puffy–whatever you want to call him–reportedly took his turn on two of Smashing Pumpkins‘ classic songs, “Perfect” and “Ava Adore.” The former was released shortly after they were announced. “Ava Adore,” on the other hand, has never seen the light of day. Until now.

This is how a remix should be done. Taking elements of a song, and enhancing them with some different ideas. Removing pretty much every guitar part and replacing them with a vibrant, celestial string section with the drum track, enhances this track to a new dimension. The …