The Gallery is releasing their debut full length album “If You Know What I Mean” on Blue Duck Records today, August 12th, 2008. Currently they have 3 songs off that album at so you can check them out for free.

the gallery album cover

Track Listing:

1. Drift
2. Consider This
3. Where We Began
4. Kingdoms
5. The Introduction
6. Surroundings
7. My Rhythm
8. Circus Song
9. The Lonely Disease
10. If You Know What I Mean

Recently posted at BuzzNet are a ton of video interviews with the girls of femme fatale punk rock band Civet.


First, the band reveal touring plans, their upcoming record, Hell Hath No Fury (due September 9), and being compared to Suicide Girls – click here for the video.

Next, they weigh in on a Warped Tour incident…

Two girls were kicked out of Warped Tour by security, which led to a security guard punching a girl in the face twice for self-defense. The girls of Civet watched the video of the fight and then talk about who was right and/or wrong in this situation – click here for the video.

And once you’re there, you’ll see a few more videos listed for your viewing pleasure.

And of course, check out Civet on Myspace at

Photo credit: Matt Grayson

September 2008 Update: Check out this sweet video from Civet:

All Time Low Announce Fall Headlining Tour

Posted by Corey | 08.07.2008

All Time Low has officially announced the first round of dates for their upcoming fall headlining tour. The Compromising of Integrity, Morality & Principles in Exchange for Money Tour will kick off in Norfolk, VA this October before it makes its way across the US. Supporting All Time Low will be Mayday Parade, The Maine, and Every Avenue.

An exclusive online pre-sale has begun for the upcoming fall dates. The pre-sale includes VIP meet & greets, early show admission and fan club memberships! (Pre-sale tickets are limited though.)

The Compromising of Integrity, Morality & Principles in Exchange for Money Tour Dates:

10/09/08 – Norfolk, VA – Norva

10/10/08 – Pittsburgh, PA – Gravity Nightclub

10/11/08 – Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock Café

10/12/08 – New York, NY – Roseland Ballroom

10/15/08 – Charlotte, NC – Tremont Music Hall

10/16/08 – Jacksonville, FL – Free Bird Live

10/17/08 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution

10/18/08 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues Orlando

10/19/08 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Landing

10/20/08 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

10/22/08 – Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston

10/23/08 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues Dallas

10/24/08 – McAllen, TX – El Rey Theater

10/25/08 – Austin, TX – La Zona Rosa

10/27/08 – Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater

10/28/08 – Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theater

10/29/08 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues Las Vegas

11/21/08 – Detroit, MI – Clutch Cargos

11/22/08 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues Cleveland

11/23/08 – Toronto, ON – Kool Haus

11/25/08 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

11/29/08 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory

See these bands on Myspace:

bad religion new maps of hell deluxe

Bad Religion has posted the acoustic version of their classic hit “Sorrow” on their Myspace page. The acoustic version is featured on their acoustic EP as part of the Deluxe Edition of New Maps of Hell, in-stores July 8th.

This looks like it will be a sick CD. It includes the original 16 songs along with seven new acoustic tracks! Three of the acoustic songs are new, written specifically for this release, and the other four tracks are new acoustic versions of Bad Religion classics such as “Sorrow” and the perennial favorite “Skyscraper.”

Better yet, this deluxe edition even includes a DVD with an hour-long live performance that has never been seen before, along with music videos for “Honest Goodbye” and “New Dark Ages,” behind-the-scenes footage of Brett and Greg during the recording of the acoustic EP, and more.

Add an actual booklet with lyrics, panoramic photos, and posters, this is surely worth checking out!

P.S. Check out this interview with Brett Gurewitz at too.

Hit The Lights Return With “Skip School, Start Fights” In Stores This Tuesday July 8th!

hit the lights skip school start fights

Lima, Ohio pop punkers HIT THE LIGHTS will release their sophomore record Skip School, Start Fights July 8th on Triple Crown Records. Skip School, Start Fights is the follow up to 2006’s buzzworthy This Is A Stickup… Don’t Make It A Murder which put Hit The Lights on the map and saw them tour with New Found Glory, Paramore, Cute Is What We Aim For, Cartel, and Boys Like Girls.

Skip School, Start Fights was produced by Rob Freeman (Hidden In Plain View) at Pilot Studios in New Jersey and mixed by Zach Odom and Kenneth Mount (Mayday Parade, All Time Low, Cartel.)

Hit The Lights went through a lineup shuffle before they recorded Skip School, Start Fights. When former lead singer Colin Ross left the band last summer to pursue the quiet life, HTL decided it was time to unleash their secret weapon… it was time for their guitar player, Nick Thompson, to step into the limelight as lead singer.

So how do they sound now that Nick’s leading the charge? Better than ever. Obviously. Hit The Lights are now a four piece consisting of Nick Thompson (Vocals), Omar Zehery (Guitar), Nate Van Dame (Drums) and Dave Bermusk (Bass.)

Head over to Myspace now for the exclusive album premiere of Hit The Lights’ Skip School, Start Fights!

3 New Songs From A Coastline Ending

Posted by Levi | 06.06.2008

Connecticut pop-rockers A Coastline Ending have posted three new songs on their MySpace page ( from their debut full-length album, “In The Name Of Progression.”

The disc, produced by Chris Badami (Midtown, The Early November, The Starting Line,) will be out July 15 on Not Alone Records.

To support the release, A Coastline Ending will hold a CD release party on June 20th at the Webster Underground in Hartford, CT and will be touring alongside A Farewell Rescue this summer.

7/14/08 update: The album is out tomorrow! To check it out before you buy, you can actually stream the entire album on the A Coastline Ending Purevolume page!

Against Me Rocks The Vote

Posted by Levi | 04.22.2008

Against Me! is rocking the vote after stopping and taking time to think. Check out their video for Rock The Vote below:

And if you like the song, check out the whole video for “Stop.” It even has karaoke-style lyrics!

Then head over to to learn more.

Sing It Loud Signs to Epitaph Records

Posted by Levi | 03.04.2008

Earlier this year we posted that one of our favorite bands, Sing It Loud, were recording a full-length album.

Now we have more great news! Sing It Loud just signed with Epitaph Records.

Congrats guys! I can’t wait to hear the new album; if it’s anything like the EP, it will rock!

Source: Sing It Loud Signs to Epitaph Records!

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Sing It Loud Recording a Full-Length Album

Posted by Levi | 01.10.2008

Great news for all Sing It Loud fans – they are in the studio right now and recording a full-length album! (With none other than Josh Cain of Motion City Soundtrack.)

Check out Sing It Loud’s latest video which takes you inside Flowers Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota:

And be sure to subscribe to Sing It Loud on Youtube for more of their great videos.

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