ICYMI: October Edition

Here are some things you may have missed this week in music.

  • Emarosa released information from the group’s upcoming album. Peach Club will release in February 2019 via. Hopeless Records. Bradley Walden, vocalist of Emarosa, tweeted his excitement for Peach Club.

  • Lynn Gunn, vocalist of PVRIS, tweeted that the group is working on new music for a bit. PVRIS is taking a break from touring after the release of All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell (2017).

  • Silent Planet released “The New Eternity.” The new single will be on the upcoming album When The End Began due out November 2, 2018 via. Solid State Records.
  • Ice Nine Kills released an official music video for “Stabbing In The Dark.”
  • What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way? by Nothing But Thieves and Anthem Of The Peaceful Army by Greta Van Fleet via. Republic Records released today.
  • The Band Camino released a new single “Know Me.”
  • The Stolen announced a North American Fall Tour (tickets and tour information can be found here.) In addition to the tour announcement, The Stolen shared single “Stuck” that can be heard here.
  • The 1975 announced a North American tour in support to the group’s release of A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The tour will be accompanied by Pale Waves and No Rome. For tickets and tour information click here. In addition to the tour announcement, The 1975 released an official video for “Love It If We Made It.”
  • Cory Wells released an official music video for “Walk Away” and announced he is signed to Pure Noise Records.
  • The Maine announced the creation of “The Process” docu-series that will showcase the inside scoop of how album 7 from The Maine is being created. The Maine created The Maine’s “Miserable Youth” YouTube Series during the creation of Lovely, Little, Lonely. “The Process” series will have new segments of documentaries, photo journals, podcasts, live streams, and more every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3pm PST. The first segment of the series released today and you can see it below.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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Albums To Release: October Edition

There are albums expected to be released this month. Here are some albums to keep an eye out for!

October 5, 2018

Trench by Twenty One Pilots via. Fueled By Ramen.

The album features singles “Nico And The Niners,” “My Blood,” “Jumpsuit,” and “Levitate.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Jumpsuit
  2. Levitate
  3. Morph
  4. My Blood
  5. Chlorine
  6. Smithereens
  7. Neon Gravestones
  8. The Hype
  9. Nico And The Niners
  10. Cut My Lip
  11. Bandito
  12. Pet Cheetah
  13. Legend
  14. Leave The City

Addition albums to release on this day include: Seasons by Sylar, The Silver Scream by Ice Nine Kills, [Untitled] by MewithoutYou, Guide Me Back Home by City And Colour, VI by You Me At Six, and more!

October 12, 2018

Anon. by Hands Like Houses via. Hopeless Records. The album has a 10 song track list featuring the singles “Monster,” “Tilt,” and “Overthinking.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Kingdom Come
  2. Monster
  3. Sick
  4. Overthinking
  5. Through Glass
  6. Half- Hearted
  7. No Man’s Land
  8. Black
  9. Tilt
  10. Bad Dream

Additional releases include: New Levels New Devils by Polyphia, Mirror Master by Young The Giant.

October 19, 2018

Anthem Of The Peaceful Army by Greta Van Fleet via. Republic Records. The album has 11 songs featuring the songs “When The Curtain Falls,” “Lover, Leaver,” and “Watching Over.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Age Of Man
  2. The Cold Wind
  3. When The Curtain Falls
  4. Watching Over
  5. Lover, Leaver
  6. You’re The One
  7. The New Day
  8. Mountain Of The Sun
  9. Brave New World
  10. Anthem
  11. Lover, Leaver (Taker, Believer)

Additional releases include: What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way? by Nothing But Thieves.

October 26, 2018

YOUNG&DANGEROUS by The Struts via. Interscope Records. The album has a 13 song track list including “Body Talks,” “Primadonna Like Me,” “Body Talks (featuring Kesha)” and “Bulletproof Baby.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Body Talks
  2. Primadonna Like me
  3. In Love With A Camera
  4. Bulletproof Baby
  5. Who Am I?
  6. People
  7. Fire (Part 1)
  8. Somebody New
  9. Trailer Magazine
  10. I Do It So Well
  11. Freak Like You
  12. Ashes (Part 2)
  13. Body Talks (Featuring Kesha)

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

New Song By Blink-182 & Other ICYMI Updates!

Here is my top 13 things in music this week that you may have missed…

  1. Ice Nine Kill released the music video for “The Nature of the Beast” via. YouTube.
  2. The Maine is counting down Lovely, Little Lonely by showcasing a song off of the album in 30 second videos on their social media page. The group released the song “Do You Remember? (The other half of 23)” via. YouTube with the lyrics.
  3. Real Friends released the music video for “Empty Picture Frames” via. YouTube.
  4. Knuckle Puck’s vocalist Joe Taylor was hospitalized after falling off the stage at the So What?! Music Festival in Dallas, TX. Knuckle Puck tweeted a photo of Joe later on in the day saying he was okay.
  5. Blink-182 released a new song “Misery” off of the deluxe version of California. The deluxe album comes out on May 19.
  6. COIN is releasing a new album on April 21, How Will You Know If You Never Try that features their latest single, “Feeling”
  7. State Champs announced a deluxe version of Around The World and Back that features new songs and a DVD. The announcement was made on their Twitter page. We can expect the deluxe version of Around The World and Back on May 5. State Champs released “Slow Burn” today!
  8. This past week, Commūnion released their latest song “Runway Love.”
  9.  this week. The Michigan natives, Hot Mulligan, signed to No Sleep Records this week while also debuting their EP Opportunities featuring their latest single, “Deluxe Capacitor.”
  10. Microwave released a music video for their song “Dull.”
  11. Broadside tweeted a photo that contained lyrics to a song titled “Hidden Colors.” We can expect that song and much more on their latest album that has yet to be titled or released.
  12. Hail The Sun announced a headline tour across the United States on their Twitter. Accompanying the group will be Capsize, Eidola, and Limb. The tour kicks off on May 21 in California. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
  13. Grayscale released a new single “Atlantic” via. YouTube. Grayscale also got signed to Fearless Records.

All good stuff happening in music! What are you most excited for about the alternative music scene lately? Let me know @ovictoriamedia on Twitter!

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

This Week’s Music Updates

Here’s a list of updates that happened this week!

  1. Sykes released their music video for “Younger Mind” on Tuesday.
  2. Eisley released their first new song in three years. “Defeatist” will be one of the many tracks featured on Eisley’s fifth full length album that is set to be released in 2017.
  3. Twenty One Pilots publicized their cover of “Cancer” originally performed by My Chemical Romance.
  4. Taking Back Sunday announced the new song “Death Wolf
  5. Touché Amoré debuted their album Stage Four today via. Epitaph Records today.
  6. Taking Back Sunday made public their album Tidal Wave via. Hopeless Records today.
  7. Young Guns released their album Echoes via. Universal Music LLC today.
  8. This Wild Life started their “Low Tides Tour” on September 14th in Los Angeles, California. During Movements set, a fan tackled Patrick Miranda (lead vocalist) off the stage.
  9. Ice Nine Kill has embarked on the anticipated “Hell In The Hallways Tour” on September 9th. They announced this week that there will be a “Part 2” to the tour with Sirens & Sailors, It Live It, Breathes, Assuming We Survive, and Reckless Serenade as their opening acts.
  10. As It Is finally revealed that their post “Please Stand By” is going to be a production by Happy Co. They released a photo via. social media with the words “I Don’t Think That I’m Okay” with the date “XX.09.2016.”

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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