Friday, January 31, 2014

Cate Le Bon Announces US Tour Dates w/ Warpaint, Premieres Live Videos for "No God" with Paste and Yours Truly

Cate Le Bon Announces US Tour Dates w/ Warpaint, Premieres Live Videos for "No God" with Paste and Yours Truly

"In an age of complex textures and thumping beats, I find myself wanting to hear these unadorned tunes over and over again."- Bob Boilen, NPR  

Cate Le Bon is pleased to announce US tour dates in March with Warpaint. Kicking off on March 21 at Webster Hall in New York the tour takes Cate down the East Coast and into the Midwest ending in Minneapolis on March 29. Cate is currently wrapping up a run of US headlining dates including SOLD OUT nights in NY, DC, Toronto, Chicago and Philly before crossing the pond for a headlining tour in UK/EU through February and early March. A full list of dates can be found below.

Mug Museum, Le Bon's newest collection of songs, was released on November 12, 2013 via Wichita Recordings and landed her on multiple Best of 2013 lists including Brooklyn Vegan's and Bob Boilen's/NPR.  She recently recorded two different live versions of the album track "No God" which both premiered this week. You can watch them now on PASTE and YOURS TRULY.  Be sure to also check out Cate streaming a live performance on Portland's KZME 107.1FM this Thursday (today) at 5PM PST on .  

1/31 Tucson AZ- Club Congress
2/01 San Diego CA- Soda Bar
2/06 Ramsgate- Ramsgate Music Hall
2/07 London- Islington Assembly Hall (SOLD OUT)
2/08 Cardiff- The Gate (SOLD OUT)
2/10 Cambridge- Junction 2
2/11 Liverpool- Leaf Café
2/12 Glasgow- Broadcast
2/13 Gateshead- The Sage
2/15 Manchester- The Deaf Institute (SOLD OUT)
2/16 Leeds- The Brudenell Social Club
2/17 Brighton- Komedia
2/18 Birmingham- Hare & Hounds
2/19 Bristol- Colston Hall
2/20 Fireworks Festival France- Le Grand Mix
2/21 Bordeaux France- I Boat
2/22 La Route Du Rock, Saint Malo France- La Nouvelle Vague
2/24 Lyon France- Le Sonic
2/25 Paris France- Le Point Ephemere
2/26 Amsterdam Netherlands- Paradiso
2/27 Brussels Belgium- Ancienne Belgique
2/28 Nyon Switzerland- La Parenthese Les Hivernales Festival
3/01 St Gallen Switzerland- Palace
3/04 Hamburg Germany- Prinzenbar
3/05 Cologne Germany- Studio 672
3/21 New York NY - Webster Hall
3/22 Philadelphia PA- Union Transfer
3/24 Washington DC- Black Cat
3/25 Toronto ON- The Danforth Music Hall
3/26 Detroit MI- Magic Stick
3/28 Chicago IL- Metro
3/29 Minneapolis MN- First Avenue


Cate Le Bon
Mug Museum
(Wichita / Turnstile / The Elite Meat Supply)
Release Date: Out Now
Order here.

1. I Can't Help You 
2. Are You With Me Now? 
3. Duke
4. No God 
5. I Think I Knew 
6. Wild 
7. Sisters 
8. Mirror Me 
9. Cuckoo Through The Walls 
10. Mug Museum

Take a tour of Portland on Grandhorse's New Video "Short Drive with a Kidnapper."

Watch & Share Grandhorse's New Video For "Short Drive with a Kidnapper" Premiered on Yesterday! -

Featuring Y La Bamba's Ben Meyercord running around Portland trying to find the party, "Short Drive with a Kidnapper" is the first video from Grandhorse's Debut LPPortraiturefolio. According to Grandhorse drummer Devon Shirley, "'Short Drive with A Kidnapper' is what happens when you put Ben Meyercord, weird friends in costumes, lots of cheap beer, a fog machine, a ginger and a Russian video editor together. Magical."

Check it out for yourself at the link above, and make sure to stay for the party at the end of the video!

And while we're at it, have you heard their new record, Portraiturefolio, yet? If not, you can stream and download the Portland quartet's new full-length for free here:

"The combo’s recent album ‘Portraiturefolio’ brings to mind the psych-pop of groups like Grandaddy and Pond and the fuzzed-out guitar stylings of vintage Superchunk and Archers of Loaf. Basically, if you dig ’90s indie rock as much as we do, these dudes could be your next favorite band."

More about Grandhorse:
Grandhorse didn’t start as a band – it was just two musicians living together, drinking coffee, playing for each other in a dingy wet-smelling armpit of a basement in the Spring of 2012. Guitarist Adam Steinfink and drummer Devon Shirley sometimes referred to Grandhorse as a “project,” some safe term to nestle between the too-big aspirations of “band” and the idle frat-boy bullshit called “jamming.” For months this Grandhorse project moved forward, a couple two-man shows, writing uncomplicated pop songs and not getting too hung up on any one for longer than it felt right. And it felt good for a while, pajamas and coffee and camaraderie in the stinky basement. But the project started to slow down, need more than two guys could give it. So David Lloyd brought his guitar over and everybody was like “hey, yeah okay, this feels better” which lasted for a few weeks. Then vocalist/bassist Adam Smith dropped in and everybody was like “hey, yeak okay, this feels even better than that last good feeling.” And that day, in the humid crotch of a Portland rental house, four guys started to refer to this Grandhorse project as a band and high-fived about it.
A year later, Grandhorse is releasing Portraiturefolio, an album of straight-ahead songs built around venerable pop conventions. The vocals are mercifully un-ironic, propelled on a skintight beat and surrounded on all sides by guitar melodies that weave, fall behind, butt heads and arc over one another. You’re hard-pressed to find any moment that could constitute a phreak out or lapse in control and restraint – on “Short Drive with a Kidnapper,” the instruments complement the action of the narrative, like a soundtrack to its own movie; the saccharine melodies of “Heartstrings” are tempered by strong images, some world-weariness, and great guitar work. But it’s not until the album closer “Petrichor” that you figure out that what you really enjoyed about Portraiturefolio is simplicity dressed in a steady, emotional patience. It’s a consciously constructed, sonically even record that showcases what happens when a band puts coffee, pajamas, and communication ahead of swagger and showmanship.

More information about Grandhorse:


3/25 Portland Oregon at Kenton Club w/ Rubedo and Khan Heir
3/28 Billings Montana at The Railyard with Rubedo 
3/29 Denver Colorado at Illegal Petes with Rubedo
3/31 Boise Idaho at a House Show with Sun Blood Stories

MOONSPELL Kicks Off "America Noir" Tour Tonight in Florida

MOONSPELL Kicks Off "America Noir" Tour Tonight in Florida!
Gothic Portuguese metallers MOONSPELL have returned to North America to begin their headline tour tonight in Fort Lauderdale, FL at Culture Room.  The "America Noir" tour will run through February 20th in Toronto, ON.  Support on the tour will be provided by Napalm Records label-mates LEAVES' EYES and ATROCITY.  A complete list of dates can be found below.

MOONSPELL Frontman Fernando Ribeiro commented on the tour and the band's return to North America:

"We are excited to be back in the North America and to celebrate every night with our fans in every city we play. It's the 11th time we have come to the States and for sure we will be playing not only from the present but plenty from the past. We invite everyone out there reading these words to come and support us if you know us or come out and discover us, if you're into the darkest of metals, the heaviest of Goth America painted in noir, the Spell is here!"

A teaser for the tour can be viewed HERE.

MOONSPELL are touring in support of their latest release 2012's Alpha Noir (available for purchase HERE).  The band toured North America in early 2013 and are eager to make their return.

LEAVES' EYES will be out on the road supporting their new albumSymphonies of the Night (available for purchase HERE) that was released November 25th in North America on Napalm Records. Symphonies of the Night brings the listener into a world of legends, with majestic and sweeping songs and beautiful melodies. The album features sound a real orchestra, choir, Uilean pipes, Irish whistle, fiddle and dulcimer.

Opening the tour are label-mates and German Death Metal bandATROCITY, who are out in support of their latest release 2013's Okkult. (available for purchase HERE)

1/31: Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
2/3: Ft Worth, TX @ Rail Club
2/4: Albuquerque, NM @ Blackwater Music
2/5 Phoenix, AZ @ Joe's Grotto
2/6: Ramona, CA @ Ramona Mainstage
2/7: Oakland, CA @ Metro Opera House
2/8: Portland, OR @ Alhambra Theater
2/9: Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
2/10: Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater
2/11: Edmonton, AB @ Pawn Shop
2/13: Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
2/14: Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
2/15: Chicago, IL @ Reggies
2/17: New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
2/18: Montreal, QC @ Les Foufounes Electriques
2/19: Ottawa, ON @ Ritual
2/20: Toronto, ON @ Mod Club

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Nowness premieres film for Baby Alpaca "Sea of Dreams" (Turbotito Remix) from new Strictly Sexual EP out 3/2 via Atlas Chair



 Strictly Sexual EP includes remixes by Druzzi from The Rapture, Turbotito, WYNN, Alex Suarez & Illyse Singer, Shaun J. Wright & Alinka and TheArtSnobs

Live show: 3/5 - New York @ Rockwood Music Hall

+ more dates to be announced

After releasing their critically acclaimed self-titled debut EP in June, Baby Alpaca has spent time in Los Angeles (opening for Best Coast) and recorded and played in Seattle, Portland, Chris' hometown Cincinnati and their home in New York for the CMJ Festival. The band is working on a full-length album, but before that they'll release the Strictly Sexual EP on March 2nd via Atlas Chair. The EP consists of remixes by Shaun J. Wright & Alinka, Druzzi from The Rapture, Alex Suarez & Illyse / aka asis, Turbotito, TheArtSnobs and WYNN from Twin Shadow and showcases a wide emotional landscape around the gorgeous original song structures.

Today, NOWNESS has premiered the Chris Kittrell directed music video for "Sea of Dreams" (Turbotito Remix) which you can see HERE.
Last year, Vice's NOISEY premiered the official "Wild Child" music video HERE (Vimeo staff pick HERE and YouTube HERE) directed by Brian Leckrone and Adrian Stucker in the outskirts of Palm Springs in between the Coachella weekends.  You can hear two brand new tracks "Island of Love" and "When I See You Again" in their recent Daytrotter session HERE
When trying to identify the music made by NYC band Baby Alpaca, it’s perhaps easier to try and figure out what the music is NOT. Judging by the music on the band’s first proper EP, it’s easy to say that this is definitely not your standard indie rock fare: an autoharp is involved, as well as both live and programmed beats and a smattering of guitars. The music eschews any musical tropes typically assigned to wispy bedroom electronica, beardy folk music, or the new wave of alternative R&B, but it could perhaps exist as a distant cousin to all of those things. Buoyed aloft by the winsome vocals of front man Chris Kittrell and shaped by the guitar styling of Zach McMillan, Baby Alpaca make music that is both romantic, vaguely tropical, and sufficiently futuristic—music that seems born of a million dramatic road trips that might provide a suitable soundtrack for a million more.
The four songs on the Baby Alpaca EP make for a striking, remarkably blissed-out statement of intent. The EP’s first single, “Sea of Dreams” (whose Dada-esque video premiered earlier this year via is as fitting an introduction as any band could hope to have: all echo-chamber vocals that seem to be haunted by reverby guitar lines and gently-played piano notes that drift through the song like ghosts. Tracks like “Wild Child” and “On The Roam” evoke a palpable sense of modern restlessness, something that permeates all of Baby Alpaca’s music. It’s a feeling that Kittrell attributes to his own meandering youth—a time spent experimenting, studying, travelling, and trying to locate his own creative voice.
“A lot of this music is about running way,” explains Kittrell, “I don’t mean that in a escapist kind of way, but more in terms of exploration. So much of my life has been about running away from tradition and traditional ways of thinking, which seeps into the music we make together. It’s about discovery. It’s not so much about running away from something bad, but rather running towards something really beautiful.”
Baby Alpaca continues to turn heads with their sublime use of sound and vision, both in a live setting and via the creation of new songs and video productions.

hi res here
Baby Alpaca – Strictly Sexual remix EP track list:
01. Run With You (Druzzi Remix)
02. Run With You  (asis Remix)
03. Wild Child (WYNN Remix)
04. Sea of Dreams (Turbotito Remix)
05. Wild Child (Shaun J. Wright & Alinka Remix)
06. Wild Child (TheArtSnobs Remix)

Recent praise for Baby Alpaca:
"...the first single, “Sea of Dreams,” an ethereal torch song that showcases Mr. Kittrell’s haunting KD-Lang-esque vocals, exploded on the Web." New York Times
"...I love the threat of a trance song lurking beneath such sleepy-eyed vocals..." - FADER
“…Sea of Dreams, which channels The Smiths with it’s dreamy, light dada-rock production - think soft, romantic rock that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside. His debut EP ranges from playful to emotional, but always leaves you impressed.“ Disco Naïveté
"My dreams are never like Chris Kitrell's "Sea of Dreams," but I wish they were." - NPR's Bob Boilen
Free to share:
Vimeo's staff pick "Wild Child" HERE
"Sea of Dreams" (Turbotito Remix) HERE
"Wild Child" (Shaun J. Wright & Alinka Twirl Remix) HERE
New York Times "Up Next"
NPR "First Watch" 
Vogue "Band of The Week" 
Interview Magazine
Bullett Magazine
LA Canvas

Sebadoh unveils a video for "State Of Mine" via NPR and heads out on tour in February! Defend Yourself is out now on Joyful Noise Recordings.

In advance of their upcoming US tour, Sebadoh debuted a brand new video for "State Of Mine" at NPR! Directed by Geoff Hoskinson, the beautifully animated footage utilizes lyric-inspired visual metaphors to propel the video.

Their first LP in 14 years, Defend Yourself, is out now on Joyful Noise Recordings and is streaming in its entirety at Bandcamp.


February 5, 2014 - Baltimore, MD @ OttoBar
February 6, 2014 - Chapel Hill, NC  @ Local 506
February 7, 2014 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
February 8, 2014 - Orlando, FL @ The Social
February 9, 2014 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
February 10, 2014 - Birmingham, AL @ The BottleTree
February 11, 2014 - New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa
February 12, 2014 - Houma, LA @ The Boxer and The Barrel

February 13, 2014 - Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's Downstairs
February 14, 2014 - Austin, TX @ Red 7
February 15, 2014 - Denton, TX @ Dan's Silverleaf
February 16, 2014 – Little Rock, AR @ Stickyz Rock & Roll Chicken Shack
February 17, 2014 - Nashville, TN @ High Watt
February 18, 2014 - Knoxville, TN @ Pilo
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February 19, 2014 - Asheville, NC  @ The Mothlight
February 20, 2014 - Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar
February 21, 2014 - Cincinnati, OH @ MOTR Pub
February 22, 2014 - Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern
February 24, 2014 - New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
February 25, 2014 - Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade

"Even as Barlow offers up clear-eyed postmortems of a wrecked marriage, Defend Yourself exudes the live-wire energy of a vital band brought back from the brink." NPR
"A private project became a public one, and this is its legitimate new chapter."
The New York Times
"...great, gritty new songs and refreshing upgrades to their idiosyncratic aesthetic." Exclaim!
"Fuck yeah, we still need indie-rock bands!" SPIN
"So, yeah, it’s not surprising that a band has changed after 14 years without a record, but the changes here, the subtlety of them, are bracing and make Defend Yourself not just a welcome return, but a shot in the arm for the band, the listeners, and indie rock at large." Pop Matters
"...his muse hasn’t run out of ways to torture him yet." Pitchfork
"That a band can successfully experiment after such an extended break is a testament to their self-preservation." FILTER
"Luckily for everyone - from the peach-fuzz hipsters who claim to have witnessed the original incarnation of the band in the flesh, to those who actually did - Defend Yourself is virtually filler-less, unlike so many filler-hiding-behind-one-good-song returns." MAGNET
"It harks back to the classic sounds of Sebadoh - tender Barlow ballads, balls to the wall Loewenstein rockers - essentially the yin and yang that endeared the band to so many fans throughout the 90's, with the artistic growth you'd expect from a band 14 years removed from their last album." Under The Radar
"A band maintaining the same sound after 14 years is not usually a positive. With Sebadoh, it's a gift."eMusic
Indie rock pioneers Sebadoh have announced the release of their first new LP in 14 years, entitled “Defend Yourself.” The longtime project of Lou Barlow, Jason Loewenstein, and Bob D'Amico, will release their new full-length album on September 17th via Joyful Noise Recordings (in North America) and Domino Records (in UK / Europe).
Ending a substantial hiatus for the band, “Defend Yourself” is more of an organic reformation than a comeback album. In the words of Lou Barlow, “We were always going to make another record. There was never any point where we looked at each other and said, ‘That’s it. We’re done.’ We never actually quit at all-- we’ve been making music this whole time.”
Barlow, Loewenstein, and D’Amico haven’t wasted their musical talent over the last several years (as evidenced by solo albums, Dinosaur Jr., Fiery Furnaces, Folk Implosion, etc.), however, the Sebadoh name hasn’t surfaced since 1999. Historically speaking, Sebadoh albums have paralleled momentous experiences in Barlow’s life-- and this recording is no different. “Defend Yourself” is saturated with songs of heartache relating to the divorce from his wife and partner of 25 years. According to Barlow, “Your greatest victories and your most crushing defeats have a tendency to give birth to one other.”
The new album also marks a return to the self-recorded DIY ethos of early Sebadoh albums (“Sebadoh III”, “Bakesale,” etc.). A handful of sour experiences with major labels led Sebadoh to self-record and self-produce their new album. “We did ‘Defend Yourself’ the only way it could have been done: on the cheap and all by ourselves,” Barlow states. Though this is hardly the band’s first experience with home recording, technological advances beyond the 4-track cassette have allowed “Defend Yourself” to easily rank among Sebadoh’s most sonically-engaging albums to date

Chondritic Sound announces new releases for Hive Mind, Pure Ground + more


Chondritic sound is pleased to announce the following titles which are now available via

Hive Mind
Beneath Triangle and Crescent

Some of the most dark and industrious Hive Mind material to date, originally released on Heath Moerland's Fag Tapes imprint back in 2008. The more structured and rhythmic construction of these pieces is infused with an inspiration taken from 90s German and French heavy electronics projects like Dagda Mor, Inade, Derniere Volonte and Les Joyaux de la Princesse. Recorded heavily under the crushing presence of opiates, even the song titles themselves play a part in casting the negative shadow of this release. This contains some of Hive Mind's earliest forays into both melody and industrial rhythmic elements as the pieces drag, thud and shiver with a distinct energy not found in much of the earlier drone work. Auto-melodic tones come paired at times with crude, hand-hammered slews of notes while Holger's trademark synth-drone rumbles beneath like a kept beast. Each piece progresses to nastier and darker territory, erupting and collapsing at the end of the title track.

Standard edition of 413 on black vinyl.
Special edition of 86 on green vinyl with additional 20 minute cassette.
Artists edition of 23 on green vinyl with signed, numbered painting and additional 20 minute cassette.

Pure Ground

Pure Ground's follow-up to their debut "Daylight" finds the duo exploring darker, noisier territory with four new songs. Blurring the line between minimal synth and industrial music with a focus on external strife as it related inwards.

Omega Stamp

Hailing from the ruts and ruins of America's failed city of Industry, Siobhan's brand of rhythmic techno/industrial has more in common with the present decay and decline in Detroit than it does with the genre's innovators which the city is best known for. Siobhan opened the Detroit show I played last year, the first time I'd visited the city since moving to LA, and made quite an impression on me. Play is pressed and the lights dim as machined beats get smeared across the concrete with off-kilter loops by a cacophony of hum and his. Siobhan's Travis Galloway has crafted motorik musik as dismal and grimy as it is inspiring. After essential releases on conspirator and his own All Gone Tapes imprint, Chondritic is proud to present to you: OMEGA STAMP.

Sleep Clinic
A Chance, A Curse

Debut release from this project, one of the many that Jeff Swearengin has his hands in. I met Jeff at Show Cave (RIP) shortly after I moved to LA and we drank many a beer over our love of industrial music. My first exposure to his work was a trio of pieces he made in the wake of Peter Christopherson's passing and I was captivated at first listen. This release has been a long time in the works, the base tracks recorded before we met and re-worked over the past few years. "A Chance, A Curse" is over an hour and a half of dark, involved and enveloping drone music. Seamlessly blending the use of analog and digital technology to create atmospheres which evoke emotion without the use of melody.

Taking a Look at a Moment Lost

Cavern-borne ritualistic industrial music, with the pervasive atmosphere of damp, rotten sweat and incense. Bells chime, candles are lit and curses are muttered as drones swell and reverberate. Field recordings from another time, another place, not quite like the one we occupy. The tools are sharpened, the pyre is crackling, time stands still. 156 is Adel Souto.

The New Royales Share "Misdemeanor" (Foster Sylvers cover), Covers Mixtape Out Now

The New Royales

Post & Share: “Misdemeanor” (Foster Sylvers Cover) MP3

Freedom’s For The Brave Out Now

“ ...adding in big beats, subtracting the scuzzy guitars, smoothing out the chorus, and having Alcock give his best Jack-White-yelping impression." – NYLON
"The New Royales’ diverse makeup ... does add to the uniqueness of their sound but their musical boundaries are their own and there, there are no borders."
– Ladygunn
“…a sticky indie edit of the old-school, feel-groovy joint.”  VIBE

The New Royales have a background as interesting as the music they create together. The band just releasedFreedom’s For The Brave: an album of covers featuring some of their various influences, including tracks byDepeche ModeThe White StripesJefferson Airplane & more.
The band previously unveiled their interpretation of The Monks’ classic, “Drugs In My Pocket,” and their irresistible take on The White Stripes’ “Fell In Love With A Girl.” Today, they’ve unleashed their “polished, jaunty take” on Foster Sylvers’ 1973 classic, “Misdemeanor.” The MP3 premiered with PopMatters, and is available to post & share HERE.
The New Royales’ Liz Rodrigues recently lent her voice to Eminem’s latest hit, “Survival.” 2-time GRAMMY winning (4-time nominated) producer, DJ Khalil, has worked with the likes of Jay Z, Dr. Dre, Drake & Kendrick Lamar. In addition, DJ Khalil and Liz, along with Canadian multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Erik Alcock & Chin Injeti, have co-written with Pink on her 5 million albums sold, The Truth About Love, Pitbull’s Can’t Stop Me Now & Eminem‘s hit record Marshall Mathers LP 2 (“Survival”), which debuted at #1 on the iTunes album chart.
Hailing from separate parts of the world; Liz, Erik, Chin & DJ Khalil, The New Royales’ diverse makeup lends a hand in the uniqueness of their sound, pushing their own musical boundaries whilst still remaining a cohesive unit.
Their diverse backgrounds and unifying passion and respect for music has led to a sound that is eclectic and futuristic with a twist of the past.

YOUTH FORGOTTEN: Debut Full-Length Now Available; Full Album Streaming At Revolver Magazine

YOUTH FORGOTTEN: Debut Full-Length Now Available
Full Album Streaming At Revolver Magazine

YOUTH FORGOTTEN: Debut Full-Length Now Available; Full Album Streaming At Revolver Magazine

Revolver Magazine is streaming the entire debut full-length from Cleveland quintet YOUTH FORGOTTENGhost Of A Fallen Empire, as the band releases the album into the public today.

Unifying former members of Dead Even, Salt The Wound, Above The Fire, Chimaira and Integrity,YOUTH FORGOTTEN forges straightforward, energetic, metal/punk-fueled hardcore. A high-octane release with the bustling angst, recalling the energy of the 1990s punk/hardcore movements, Ghost Of A Fallen Empire is a forty-minute, action-packed release packed with ten anthems aimed at lethargic, fad-driven acts that pollute the current scene. Recorded with Rob Arnold of Chimaira, marking his debut as a producer, Ghost Of A Fallen Empire is now officially available digitally, while the band finalizes plans for the upcoming physical pressing of the album.

Weed out the weak and resurrect the Ghost Of A Fallen Empire at RevolverRIGHT HERE.

With tour plans for the coming months currently being devised, YOUTH FORGOTTEN's hometown record release party for the album will go down tomorrow evening, the act joined by nine bands considered true allies including Fuck You Pay Me, Teddy Boys, Cholera, Aricebo, Cop Problem and more. Every paid head at the door will instantly receive a handmade CD version of Ghost Of a Fallen Empire crafted exclusively for this event.

YOUTH FORGOTTEN-Ghost Of A Fallen Empire Record Release Show:
2/01/2014 The Foundry Concert Club - Lakewood, OH [info]

"Brutal riffs, hardcore punk intensity, anthemic vocals, an ear for meaningful technicality, all combined with a live show that more than punctuates the sentiment- Youth Forgotten should prove a force to reckoned with in 2014." - Blow The Scene

"Contender for album of the year. If rating is something I would do I would give this one 10 sticks of dynamite." - Hard Times

"If their past success in the metal scene is any indication of things to come for this band, then audiences should take notice of this release. This is only a warm-up for Youth Forgotten and I can't wait to see what's next." - Broken Neck Radio