The Front Bottoms Announce Winter UK Tour
The Front Bottoms are heading back to the UK in February and March with The Presidents Of The United States Of America. Check out the dates below after the jump.
Manchester Orchestra, The Front Bottoms Fall Tour
That is one amazingly weird bill
Fall Out Boy Releasing ‘Save Rock And Roll [Pax Am Edition]’ With Punk/HxC Songs In October
Fall Out Boy recorded nine punk/hardcore based songs with musician/producer Ryan Adams over the summer, and we’ll be getting an official announcement on what the songs are for on Monday. Online retailers have however started posting that Fall Out Boy will be releasing a 2CD version of Save Rock And Roll called the Pax Am Edition on October 15th. Check out screen shots from Walmart and Amazon below after the jump.
Fall Out Boy Recorded Nine Punk/Hardcore Songs With Ryan Adams
So I saw the Replacements last night
someone pick up the slack around here for me, because I’m dead
POZ Riot Fest Chicago Preview: Our Must-See Bands And Artists (Day One)
Riot Fest Chicago kicks off this weekend, and PropertyOfZack has never been more excited for a festival. Just in case you haven’t put together your schedule, we thought it’d be a great idea to put together a list of POZ’s Must See Bands And Artists that will be gracing the stage this weekend in Chicago. Reblog and let us know who we need to see while we’re at the first day of Riot this weekend as well!
Stoked to be headed out to Riot Fest in Chicago this weekend for three days of music and friends! One of the best festival lineups I’ve ever seen, capped off by the Replacements reunion that I honestly was never sure would happen.
I’ll be contributing to a bunch of our preview pieces, as well as filing some content from the festival itself, and hopefully bagging a number of interviews that will run in the coming weeks.
If any of y’all happen to be going, give me a shout!
The Latest Viral Mystery: Sound / No Sound
Earlier today, we posted news on a a website that was first tweeted from Riley Breckenridge of Thrice. That website is called Sound / No Sound, and is presumably a new project from someone in our music scene, whether it be Breckenridge’s or not.
Poking around a little further, PropertyOfZack has found over 20 videos from vocalists in our scene singing a short message. Most of the videos are private, but some are not. Soupy Campbell, Justin Pierre, Shane Henderson, Vic Fuentes, and many others are included in the teaser videos. Each video also features a section of binary code that translates to something readable. A “music box" has also been discovered, which is a page that features tune playing over an image of a blinking eye - a possible reference to an image that Breckenridge posted this morning (it can also be seen above).
Watch the three available videos below after the jump.
3 drafts down, let the season begin!