Revolver is Streaming The Dead Rabbitts Album Early

(Phoenix, AZ) – Metalcore super group The Dead Rabbitts (featuring members of Escape The Fate and former members of Alesana, Motionless in White, Eyes Set to Kill, and Greeley Estates) is currently streaming their new album Shapeshifter a few days early on Revolver. The record will be released through Tragic Hero Records on July 1st.

“Their latest album is notably heavier than Escape the Fate’s recent hard-rock- and glam-influenced work, packing in plenty of tightly crafted breakdowns and dissonant riffs,” says David McKenna of Revolver Magazine. “Standout tracks like ‘My Only Regret’ and ‘Ghosts in My Bedroom’ mix catchy, anthemic choruses with frenetic metallic intensity. Fans of post-hardcore will definitely want to check this album out.

You can catch The Dead Rabbitts on The Shapeshiftour with The Relapse Symphony (Standby Records), Nightmares (Rise Records), and Myka, Relocate (Artery Recordings). Tickets are on sale now and additional dates will be announced soon.

6/20 @ SOMA – San Diego, CA
6/21 @ White Oak Music Hall – Van Nuys, CA
6/22 @ Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
6/24 @ DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA
6/25 @ Branx – Portland, OR
6/26 @Studio Seven – Seattle, WA
6/28 @Stage 112 – Missoula, MT
6/30@ Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
7/1 @ Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
7/3 @ Mojoes – Joliet, IL
7/5 @ Agora Ballrom – Cleveland, OH
7/6 @ The Loft – Lansing, MI
7/7 @ Sneaky Dees – Toronto, ON
7/8 @ La Sala Rossa – Montreal, QC
7/9 @ Palladium – Worcester, MA
7/10 @ Bogies – Albany, NY
7/11 @ Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
7/12 @ Webster Underground – Hartford, CT
7/13 @ Amityville Music Hall – Amityville, NY
7/14 @ Empire – Springfield, VA
7/15 @ Planet Trog – Whitehall, PA
7/17 @ Greene Street Club – Greensboro, NC
7/18 @ Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
7/19 @ 1904 Music Hall – Jacksonville, FL
7/20 @ Backbooth – Orlando, FL
7/23 @ Dirty Dog – Austin, TX
7/24 @ Tomcats – Dallas, TX
7/26 @ Pub Rock – Temple, AZ


1. My Only Regret
2. Nothin But A Reject
3. Make Me Believe It (Feat. Caleb Shomo)
4. Shapeshifter
5.  Dear In the Headlights
6.  Bats In The Belfry
7.  Ghosts In My Bedroom
8.  The Air I Breathe Is You
9.  Keep Tellin Yourself You Were Right
10. Edge Of Reality
11. Black Cloud

BryanStars is Streaming an Acoustic Video from A Skylit Drive

(Lodi, CA) – Post-hardcore band A Skylit Drive has partnered up with BryanStars to bring you an acoustic version of their song “Rise.” The tune is off their new album of the same name that was released last September and produced by Cameron Mizell (Sleeping with Sirens, Memphis May Fire), Kit Walters (Letlive, He Is Legend, Alesana), Mitch Marlow (Filter, In This Moment) and Jim Wirt (Incubus, Something Corporate, The Rocket Summer).

The band is currently out on Warped Tour, headlining the Ernie Ball stage. They will be making special appearances throughout the summer at various tents including Substream Magazine‘s tent where they will be signing copies of this month’s issue featuring vocalist Michael “Jag” Jagmin on the cover.

Stay tuned for a big announcement from the band!

Bad Luck Announce “Cold Bones” Record Release Tour

(Daytona Beach, FL)Bad Luck has announced their tour for the upcoming album Cold Bones, to be released via Tragic Hero Records on 7/15. The tour starts on 7/18 in their hometown of Daytona Beach, FL and will see support from MA band American Verse on a few select dates.

“If you dig the blue-collar, lived in punk rock of The Gaslight Anthem, well, then say ‘hello’ to Bad Luck, your new favorite band.” – ARTISTdirect.


“There’s a gruffness to Cold Bones, the upcoming album by Florida’s Bad Luck,” says Jason Heller of The AV Club. “But like the Social Distortion song that the young punk band oh-so-possibly might have taken its name from, that grit shields a melancholic center.”

Cold Bones is available on 7.15.14, but you can pre-order it today and get exclusive merch bundles only available through this release.

New He Is Legend Song on Lambgoat, New Album out 8/19

(Wilmington, NC) – The swampy rock band He Is Legend has announced that their new album Heavy Fruit will be out via Tragic Hero Records on August 19th. It is their first new record since 2009’s It Hates You and was produced by Mitch Marlow (In This Moment, Filter) and mixed by Bob Marlette (Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, Saliva). Today, the group teams up with to premiere a brand new song called “Miserable Company.”
A deft blend of heaviness, catchiness, and fervor, Heavy Fruit will prove to be worth the wait for fans of He Is Legend,” says Lambgoat.
For a limited time you can pre-order Heavy Fruit through the Tragic Hero Records website and get an instant download of “Miserable Company.” Exclusive bundles are available that include t-shirts and posters. See below for the tracklisting and their tour dates this summer with Maylene & The Sons of Disaster and Wilson.
1. No Visitors
2. This Will Never Work
3. Miserable Company
4. Something, Something, Something Witchy
5. I Sleep Just Fine
6. Beethozart
7. Spout Mouth
8. Be Easy
9. Time To Stain
11. Smoker Scoff
12. The Carpet
13. Heavy Fruit
7/25 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
7/26 Ybor City, FL @ Orpheum
7/27 Jacksonville, FL @ Underbelly
7/29 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
7/31 San Antonio, TX @Limelight
8/1 Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
8/2 Dallas, TX @ Trees
8/3 Houston, TX @ Walters
8/6 Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
8/7 Phoenix, AZ @ Joes Grotto
8/9 La Jolla, CA @ Porter’s Pub
8/10 Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
8/11 Sacramento, CA @ Assembly
8/12 Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
8/13 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
8/14 Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
8/15 St Louis, MO @ Fubar
8/16 Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
8/17 ST. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam
8/19 Newport, KY @ Thompson House
8/20 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
8/21 Lousiville, KY @ Phoenix Hill Tavern
8/22 Fayetteville, NC @ The Drunken Horse Pub

Nevada Rose Streams New Album on Tragic Hero Records YouTube

(Roxbury, NJ)- The electronicore band Nevada Rose will be releasing their debut album Paint Me In Light tomorrow, but they are giving you an exclusive first listen today. Head over to the Tragic Hero YouTube page and get your first taste of the band’s earth shaking sound.
Paint me in light takes the best of both worlds with inspiration from Skrillex to The Devil Wears Prada, you will find yourself dancing in one moment just to go headbanging the next,” says writer Kaj Roth. “Mark my words, this band will shake your house.
Expect to hear more about Nevada Rose on the web from now on because Paint me in light is just like an amusement park ride, breathtaking and entertaining.
Imagine a rave party invaded by Hells Angels bikers and you´ll get this 11 track album.”

Punk Band Bad Luck Teams up with The AV Club

(Daytona Beach, FL) “There’s a gruffness to Cold Bones, the upcoming album by Florida’s Bad Luck,” says Jason Heller of The AV Club. “But like the Social Distortion song that the young punk band oh-so-possibly might have taken its name from, that grit shields a melancholic center—although it’s worn down to the nerve on the album’s title track, which is being debuted here. Simmering and downright balladic in a Gaslight Anthem sort of way, the hooks seep out slowly and bittersweetly as the song builds into a triumphant bummer of an anthem”
Cold Bones is available on 7.15.14, but you can pre-order it today and get exclusive merch bundles only available through this release.

Revolver Magazine Team up with Illuminate Me to Premiere a New Song

(Tampa, FL) – The five-piece punk/metalcore group Illuminate Me has teamed up with Revolver to premiere their new song “West Side Artgoon Craigslist Killa.” This is the shortest track on the album, clocking in at 1:47. The ferocious tune comes at you like a storm with low range growls contributed by The Plot In You vocalist Landon Tewers. He is just one of the guest vocalists that will appear on the bands upcoming debut album I have Become a Corpse (other names include Garrett Rapp of The Color Morale and Jerry Roush of Glasscloud). The album will be out via Tragic Hero Records on July 15th, but you pre-order it now.

“We have spent countless months, weeks, and hours on this album to make it close to perfect in our eyes,” says vocalist Christopher Murray. “It shows how much we have grown since our EP Crawlspace and how we’ve expanded the idea that this band is more than just a band. For us it’s a movement and we hope you can join us to illuminate the world.”

The overall theme of the album tells a story of someone who gave up all their passions and dreams for the sake of others. This person is seeking another’s approval or happiness while neglecting their own. If you’d like to hear where this story goes, pre-order the record and while you’re at it, you can pick up exclusive merch from the band here.