Toby Morse of H2O has revealed that the band will be releasing a new covers album on Bridge Nine Records in 2011. Titled Don’t Forget Your Roots, the album will feature the band’s take on tracks from The Clash, Ramones, Descendents, Dag Nasty, Verbal Assault, Madball, Gorilla Biscuits, Suicidal Tendencies, Minor Threat, Rancid, Social Distortion, U2, Circle Jerks, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Warzone, De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest.
The band last released Nothing to Prove in 2008.
Source Continue reading H2O plans covers LP with Descendents, Ramones, U2, Tribe Called Quest
Let Me Run have posted a blog update as they work on their next album. They said this:
We finished out our tour with Rust Belt Lights about a month ago, and after relaxing for a little, and playing some fun shows (thank you Fake Problems, The Casting Out, and Samiam) we have gotten right into writing and demoing for our new record. So far we have 3 songs almost tracked completely, with about 10 more in the writing stage, and we couldn’t be more excited with the way things are turning out. I can’t tell you when you’ll hear these new tunes exactly, but we promise that we’re working our hardest to get a new record made and released as soon as we possibly can.
Frank Turner has posted the latest video for his new song, “I Still Believe.” The video was directed by Ben Morse and the song comes from Frank’s upcoming EP, Rock ‘n’ Roll, which is due out December 6, 2010. The song can be purchased today via iTunes as well.
As promised, here’s the second volume of the intelligently-named Punknews.org Presents The Fest 9: A Free Compilation. This volume completes the 46 track behemoth and contains previously unreleased music from 10-4 Eleanor, Big Eyes, Stolen Parts, Shores, Divided Heaven and WITCHES, along with recently released jams from Hanalei, Dead to Me, New Bruises, Banner Pilot, VRGNS and Grown Ups, among other soon-to-be favorites.
Each track comes tagged with the corresponding band’s Fest performance schedule (day, venue and time) as well as the cover art created by the wonderfully talented Liana Kangas.
The stream will be up right here momentarily (and it’ll start at track 24), but right now, you can download it for free here. Missed the first volume? Download that here.
Source Continue reading Punknews.org Presents The Fest 9: A Free Compilation (Volume 2)
Former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee narrated a Fox News piece on Torche. The two part feature includes Huckabee’s introduction as well as an interview. As you might have guessed, the segment takes place during Red Eye, the late night program which previously hosted Danzig, GWAR and Fucked Up and not during Fox and Friends which hosted this guy or this guy.
AI War: Children of Neinzul is now available on Steam!
In this second expansion to AI War, players face off against the Neinzul! New ships, new AI and new music await you!
When you purchase AI War: Children Of Neinzul, you’re not only getting an exciting new expansion, you’re also supporting an important cause. Arcen Games has partnered with the Child’s Play charity, pledging 100% of the profits from sale of Children of Neinzul (excepting any taxes and distributor fees) to helping sick kids in need.
Sofortüberweisung, also know as DIRECTebanking.com, is now an available payment method on Steam. There is no need for an additional registration or a credit card to use it. It works simply, securely and fast with your online banking account. This direct payment method is now available in Germany, UK, Austria, Belgium and Switzerland when you shop on The Steam Store.
Source Continue reading Sofortüberweisung and DIRECTebanking.com Now Available as Payment Methods on Steam
What does the American dream mean today?