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The Meltdown 3.50

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The Meltdown – The Meltdown 3.50

This week I have music from Sunny Day Real Estate, The Juliana Theory, Hopesfall, mewithoutYou, and more.

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Starflyer 59’s Slow Is Coming

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No official announcement from the label or band has been made yet but information for Starflyer 59’s 14th LP, Slow, have appeared on the Red Distribution page. According to Red’s page the band will be releasing Slow on their long time label, Tooth and Nail. Slow will hit stores on June 17th. You can see the track listing below.

1. Slow
2. Told Me So
3. Cherokee
4. Hi Low
5. Wrongtime
6. Retired
7. Runaround
8. Numb

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The Meltdown 3.16

The Meltdown 3.16


The Meltdown – The Meltdown 3.16

This week I’m playing tracks from Driver Eight’s Watermelon and Frank Lenz’s Conquest Slaughter. I also have new music from Everything In Slow Motion, Face to Face, Into It Over, Danae, and more.

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Anchor & Braille Tease New Record

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Anchor & Braille have just released a video promo announcing their new record, Songs For The Late Night Drive Home. That record will hit stores on February 5th, 2016 via Tooth and Nail Records. You check the video out below.

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XXI Signs with Tooth and Nail

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Tooth and Nail have announced that they have signed XXI (formerly A Feast For Kings). Of the signing, Butcher said on behalf of the band, “we are humbled and honored to be part of the Tooth & Nail roster. We have been talking to the label for quite a while and they have continued to support us through our tragedy and grief. The fact that they are a highly respected label that we grew up listening to also adds to our excitement.”

A Feast For Kings initially formed in 2010 and grew from a hobby into a formidable band. Their independently released 2014 EP (Hell On Earth) even reached #5 on the iTunes metal chart.

Alternative Press has premiered a new video this morning. The video/song “”Memories”” is an open tribute to their fallen vocalist, Eric Gentry. This Sunday marked the one year anniversary of his death.

Speaking on the song, Seth Weigand (guitar/clean vocals) said, ““As hard as it is to capture the loss we feel, the song is really about outliving someone who was such a big part of your life. It’s about remembering them and carrying on their dreams for them.””

The video captures the messages as well, following two friends from childhood until their twilight years. Weigand adds “what makes it a proper tribute to Eric for us is that his Dad and older brother appear in the video.”

Watch the video premiere of “Memories” HERE.

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No New Kind Of Story Pre-Orders are Live!

The Tooth and Nail Documentary and Picture Book, No New Kind of Story finally has a release date! The official release date is October 1st but all digital downloads of the films that come with pre-orders will be available September 23rd! There are some great bundles with special 20th Anniversary t-shirts, sweatshirts, and more. Go pick this up! http://toothandnail.merchline.com

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Artifex Pereo – Time In Place

Familiarity. There’s something about music that automatically feels like you have a connection to it.

I’m not sure Time In Place is instantly one of those records. While comparisons to Sullivan and Secret and Whisper come to mind, I wasn’t instantly drawn to Time In Place on my first listen through. There were moments I thought “ok, I get it”, but mostly, I was sadly underwhelmed and a little bored. Which seems silly to say. The riffs are technical and interesting and Artifex Pereo has a knack for changing time signatures on a dime, keeping the listener on their toes. But I wasn’t impressed.

The familiarity of Time In Place came with time. Listen after listen I felt myself growing more and more fond of Artifex Pereo. Songs like Liable For Tragedy, Weep and You Weep Alone, and Overview, which feel like they’d fit just as easily in My Epic’s catalog. The rest of the record has a great post hardcore, “emo” vibe that is both fresh and nostalgic. Time In Place is far from boring. And I’m not sure why it took a couple of listens for me to really connect with the record.

Artifex Pereo is a great addition to the Tooth and Nail roster. Time In Place is the perfect mix of a fresh new perspective on a genre long since beaten down, while still feeling like a nostalgic hit that you need from time to time.

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