The Dwarves are the greatest band in rock ‘n’ roll. Just ask them. Never a group shy about their their stature, their lusts, or their ... read more
When Me First and The Gimme Gimmes formed nearly two decades ago no one expected them to last this long. The group, a punk rock ... read more
How has your 2014 been so far? Team knocked out of the World Cup yet? Still not gotten around to listening to the new Lawrence ... read more
One of our features here at Scene Point Blank is our semi-daily quickie Q&A: One Question Interviews. Follow us at facebook or twitter and we'll post one interview every Monday-Thursday. Well, sometimes we miss a day, but it will be four each week regardless.
After our social media followers get the first word, we'll later post a wrap-up here at the site and archive 'em here. This week check out Q&As with Hollow Earth, Kitten Forever, 6131 Records, and Ben Snakepit.
SPB is excited to host Vortex, the fourth album from The Howling Wind.
The band is a two piece of Ryan Lipynsky (Unearthly Trance/Serpentine Path) and Tim Call (Aldebaran), playing black metal with touches of stoner rock, death metal, doom, and other forms rock.
The record released on July 1 and can be ordered on limited edition digipak from Init Records.
Posted Aug. 1, 2014, 7:47 a.m.
The Bunny Gang will release their second LP, Thrive, on Sept. 23 on Hardline Entertainment.
The band is fronted by Nathen Maxwell, bassist of Floggiing Molly, and play a punk/rock/reggae hybrid.
Posted Aug. 1, 2014, 7:39 a.m.
Fall Line Fest, taking place in Richmond, VA on Sept. 5-6, has announced their line-up including such acts as Tombs, J. Robbins, The Hold Steady, Death, and more.
It is the second such festival. Check out the line-up below.
Posted July 30, 2014, 8:24 p.m.
Minot is streaming their debut album, Equal / Opposite, online. The record was released earlier this month on The Mylene Sheath.
The band includes former members of From Monument To Massesand more.
Posted July 28, 2014, 7:43 p.m.
Drunken Sailor has announced a few new items:
All of the items are currently available from the label.
Posted July 28, 2014, 6:20 p.m.
Red Fang are releasing a free EP of acoustic songs, recorded for TeamRock.com. Fans can check it out here.
Posted July 28, 2014, 7:45 a.m.
With the release of IX recently, Corrosion of COnformity are setting out on a North American tour and, alter, their first ever Australian dates.
Drummer Reed Mullin will be sitting out on upcoming dates, replaced by Eric Hernandez (ex-Kylesa), due to a torn rotator cuff.
Posted July 27, 2014, 1:21 p.m.
Pord, who will release Wild in September (Solar Flare Records), have unveiled the song "Staring Into Space" off their upcoming record.
The French band first formed in 2002.
Posted July 27, 2014, 11:38 a.m.
Chicago's Counterpunch will release a new album titled Bruises on August 5. The new album will be released on Cyber Tracks.
Known primarily as the frontman for Black Moth Super Rainbow, Tobacco (the stage name of electronic musician Thomas Fec) has nonetheless carved out a little niche for himself as a solo artist in the electronic music scene with albums like 2010’s Maniac Meat, which featured contributions by the one and only Beck. Four years later, Tobacco has unveiled Ultima II Massage, another album of scuzzy electronica that seems to capture what would happen if noisy Crystal Castles music was mashed up with a warped, grime-encrusted Boards of ...
Coming to prominence in 2011 on the strength of the almost unanimously praised debut LP Meet Me at Muster Station, PS I Love You (made up of guitarist/vocalist Paul Saulnier and ...
At one point during Kids Like You & Me, the documentary chronicling Atlanta "flower-punks" the Black Lips' 2012 tour through the Middle East, drummer Joe Bradley remarks that it would be easy ...
Low Forms self-titled 7” is a six minute blast of power-pop defined by clean guitars, rhythmic chops, and traditional format rock ’n’ roll. While it’s not reinventing anything, it’s a ...
This black metal act from Louisiana continues to spread destruction and devastation. Barghest released their debut album back in 2011, unleashing an echoing shout of misanthropy and obliteration. After their ...
White Reaper is a cool-named trio who are rubber-burning their way out of the Louisville, KY DIY scene. There’s a dude named Tony Esposito who sings and plays the guitar, ...
This drug influenced, euro-electronic laser beam, drum and bass can be very, VERY repetitive, Anxiety inducing, tough to listen to, and at times I felt like it was going to ...
Despite a confrontational name, Versus You are every bit positive punx with songs praising friendship, relationships, and the like. It’s not that they play bubbly music countered with cynical lyrics, ...
Versus You's album Moving On is short and sweet, but not with out its flaws. It's heartbreak music at its semi finest and the simple yet meaningful lyrics and fun brand of ...
Hotel Books' I'm Almost Happy Here But I Never Feel At Home is well-versed prose that at times can be a bit repetitive. Each verse has elements that are thought provoking and ...
Too Many Rappers: July 2014 7/18/14 - Minneapolis, MN Commuting earlier than usual this morning means it’s nice and cool. I ride by a kid who’s wearing an old 3rd ... read more
Guided By Voices, Crystal Stilts Irving Plaza New York, NY July 11, 2014 Photo courtesy of Gerald McBoing-Boing See Guided By Voices before you die. ... read more
Agalloch, Jex Thoth Irving Plaza New York, NY June 30, 2014 Agalloch were one of the first metal bands to combine black/doom’s monsoon of carnage with ambient, ... read more
Eyehategod, Ringworm, Enabler, Shitkill Club Europa Brooklyn, New York June 7, 2014 This past weekend, the mega-festival Governors Ball hit hard in NYC. People from all ... read more
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