letlive. Announces Breakup

Self-described “soul punx” letlive. have announced via Facebook that the band will have “no further activity in the foreseeable future.” Although the band formed in 2002, it wasn’t until 2010 that the band finally broke through with their album “Fake History.” A year later, they were signed to Equal Vision records, where they re-released “Fake…

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The Weakerthans May Be Over

Though not officially confirmed, it seems that the Weakerthans have broken up according to a tweet from the band’s drummer.   Word is getting out that The Weakerthans are done. Here’s the song we used to take the stage to for years. Bye bye. https://t.co/00jrQ0oNNJ — Jason Tait (@JasonjTait) July 14, 2015 The band formed…

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Jack’s Mannequin Tour May Happen

In an interview with Billboard, Andrew McMahon hinted that one of his old bands, Jack’s Mannequin, may reunite for a 10 year anniversary tour of their debut album, “Everything in Transit.” McMahon originally started Jack’s Mannequin in 2004 as a solo side project apart from his full-time job as the lead vocalist for Something Corporate. Later…

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Dashboard Confessional to Release New Album

While on a break with their co-headlining tour with Third Eye Blind, Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba confirmed with EW  that the band will release another album. “It feels like we’re eager to write, which means there’s probably a new record coming out,” Carrabba said to EW. “Who am I kidding? There’s a new record coming.” Dashboard Confessional has…

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Knuckle Puck Enters Studio

Chicago-based pop punk band Knuckle Puck has entered ABG Recording Studios to lay down the tracks to their debut album. Formed in 2011, Knuckle Puck has released four EPs, one seven-inch and a split EP with Neck Deep. The band signed with Rise Records last December. Starting April 3, Knuckle Puck will join The Maine,…

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