James Houseman remembers back to the release of Hope For They Dying’s Dissimulation:
Dissimulation came at a pretty critical point in our history as a band. After we released our S/T record through Strike First in ’08, we went through a tough time settling into a consistent line-up for the next few years, and it sort of hindered us in establishing our style and sound. It wasn’t until late 2010 that we made the decision to read more »
Comrades are heading out on the road in support of their new CD “Lone / Grey.” Dates at wearecomrades.com.
For the next 5 days we are offering 50% off all Digital albums in our online store. And yes, this includes digital pre-orders for Comrades “Lone / Grey” (Oct. 7) and Poured Out “To the Point of Death” (Oct. 21). So take advantage of this sale and grab those upcoming albums as well as any other Facedown titles that you’ve been missing out on. No coupon code is required and this sale is good worldwide. The sale is live through Sept. 25.
Named in honor of Bloodlined Calligraphy’s beloved hometown, “Ypsilanti” was the band’s highly anticipated sophomore album released a decade ago today. The 2006 album blends old school thrash with new school hardcore and was the last album the band released. Listen on Spotify.
My Epic will be joining For Today on the second leg of their Farewell Tour this fall. Ticket links available now.
Poured Out has released the first single from their upcoming album “To the Point of Death.” The single Remember Me features vocals from Joe Musten of Advent, and the LP features artwork from Jay Weinberg of Slipknot. Preorder To the Point of Death now, and stream the single at YouTube. “To the Point of Death” releases October 21.
Album details for Poured Out’s Facedown debut have been released. “To the Point of Death” features album art from Jay Weinberg of Slipknot and has a release date of October 21. The lead single Remember Me features vocals from Advent’s Joe Musten.
Check back Sept 1st to hear it!
Aaron Irizarry remembers all the way back to the 2001 release of Point of Recognition’s “Refresh, Renew.”
Listen now on Spotify.
15 years? I am pretty sure that “Refresh Renew” has aged much better than I have. I remember being so excited for this release, it was to be our first release as an official Facedown band, we had recently recorded the three way split EP with Cast in Stone and Torn in Two read more »