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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 2/23-2/29

Record Store Day is getting closer and closer, with new releases being announced nearly every day, but you don’t have to wait until April 19 or stand in a long line to buy most of the records featured in this edition of Weekly Wax. The highlights include the first in a series of Oasis reissues, a pair of new Live At Third Man Records sessions (by Divine Fits and Mudhoney), and pre-orders for new albums from Animals As Leaders, Frameworks, and many more.

As always, the full roundup of this week’s vinyl news is below, so give …

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 12/15-12/21

It’s a well-known feeling among vinyl collectors: Just when you thought all of your Christmas shopping was done and all your loose ends were wrapped up for the year, a new pre-order pops up that you just have to grab. A lot of people were probably feeling that this week with the reissues of scene classics like Cartel’s Ransom EP and The Bled’s Pass the Flask, not to mention the next round in the recent deluge of Blink-182 re-pressings.

Pre-orders for 2014 releases are in full swing as well, with new records in the pipeline from Seahaven, The Hotelier, …


[New Column] THE OUTRO: The Bled

The Outro is a new column here on Under the Gun Review to honor our favorite bands from the past decade that made their mark in their respective genres but have since come to the unanimous decision to move on from their confluence and pursue alternative enterprises.

We are gathered here today to mourn the loss of Arizona natives, The Bled. Let’s take a moment to reflect on the aggressive, one-of-a-kind-core stylings of a spirited band never to be forgotten… Brace yourself!

Originally known by the lengthy moniker, “The Radiation Defiance Theory” at their formation in 2001, The Bled …


LIFE AFTER THE BAND: An Interview With James Muñoz Of The Bled

In a time where the world is flooded with artists vying for even a moment of your attention, it is becoming near impossible to find those brutally honest, hardworking, sold their soul to rock and roll types that so many attempt to imitate. James Muñoz, the man whose beard is captured in the photo by François Carl Duguay accompanying this article on the night of his final performance as vocalist of The Bled, is one of those artists.

Joining The Bled following a recommendation from departing vocalist Adam Goss days before the band entered the studio to record …


Decoder Announce US Tour

Decoder have just announced that they will be heading on tour with The Bled. This tour will be over a span of three weeks and cover most of the Midwest region. The first show will be taking on December 3 in Twin Lake, MI and will be ending on December 19 in Joilet, IL. Trust us, you do not want to miss this amazing show.

To check out these dates or leave any comments please click through.

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The Bled UK farewell tour

The Bled have just announced their farewell tour, that will find the band playing 4 UK dates in the month of February. After ten years of making music they have decided to call it quits and move onto other things.

To read more, check out tour dates or leave your comments please click through.

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The Bled Reveal Farewell Tour Dates & Venues

The Bled are finally calling it a day later this year, but not before going out for one last hurrah.

Earlier today, the group revealed the routing for their forthcoming farewell tour and while it doesn’t cover every inch of the map, it does cover enough area that anyone interested in attending should be able to go.

Click here, view the dates, and comment below to start planning roadtrips to these shows! You won’t want to miss this tour.

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The Bled’s Robbie Burbidge involved in motorcycle accident

The Bled’s guitarist Robbie Burbidge was in a scary motorcycle accident this weekend, which left him in a hospital bed. Luckily, Burbidge is in stable condition and all that came out of it was a broken elbow. A picture was taken in the hospital, from his Twitter, and can be viewed after the jump.

We wish Rob a speedy recovery from everyone here at the UTG family. Get well brother!

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The Bled’s James Munoz Launches Online Comedy Career

Soon-to-be Former Bled vocalist James Munoz is already taking steps toward a new career, online comedy. Okay, maybe it isn’t exactly a step in toward a new career as much as a new hobby, but regardless, it is definitely something you will want to see.

Munoz recently began appearing in a series of digital shorts on FunnyOrDie called “Apartment Sketch Show” aka “ASS“. You can view the first episode below.

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The Bled Break Up, Plan Final Tour

After ten years and multiple (incredible) albums, The Bled have announced the will be breaking up in the near future. You can read a full statement from the band below:

“After 10 years of making music together we have decided its time to move on to new things. We are in the process of booking our final tour and will post dates for that as soon it’s confirmed. We want to thank Rise Records, Paradigm Talent Agency, the companies who endorsed us, tour mates, promoters, anyone who worked for us, and most of all, those of you who supported us.

New My Chemical Romance Drummer

Michael Pedicone is the new drummer for MCR. Read after the jump.

The Bled Headlining Tour With Oh, Sleeper

The Bled and Oh, Sleeper will be going out on a co-headlining tour next month.
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