1. Interviews: We’ll Do It Live: Chris 2 (Anti-Flag)

    Anti-Flag Tonight’s "We’ll do it Live," where we give our readers the opportunity to engage in a live question and answer session with a variety of artists, features Chris 2 of Anti-Flag, who released A Document of Dissent: 1993-2013 yesterday via Fat Wreck Chords.

    We hosted one of these sessions with Mr. 2, last fall with a bunch of other hooligans on the Fat Tour 2013. You can revisit that session here. So if you have a burning question for Chris 2, post it in the comments section and look for a response via username chris2. He’ll be hanging out until 8 p.m. EST.

    FYI: Editors may delete comments that are harassing or unnecessarily rude or offensive. Please play nice and everyone can get something cool out of this.

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  2. New Review Update: July 23, 2014

    John G back again for another Wednesday Trivia Time (TM)! How many people can you name in this photo? Hint: At least two of them are famous musicians.

    Today’s reviews are:



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  3. New Music: The Holy Mess: ‘Comfort in the Discord’

    The Holy Mess The Holy Mess is streaming their forthcoming album Comfort in the Discord, due out July 29, 2014. You can pre-order the vinyl here.

    The band last released Cold Goodbyes in 2012 on Red Scare Industries.

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  4. Music Videos: The Coathangers: “We Got The Beat” (The Go-Gos)

    The Coathangers This week’s installment of AV Undercover features The Coathangers covering The Go-Gos jam “We Got The Beat.” You can see the cover here and you can click Read More to revisit the original.

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  5. New Music: Vices: ‘New Breed’

    VicesFlorida’s Vices are streaming their new album, New Breed, which is out now via Melotov/Deathwish Inc.

    Check out the stream here.

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  6. Mineral announces album reissues, European tourdates

    Mineral Mineral will be reissuing their two ’90s-era albums, The Power of Failing. and EndSerenading , as individual vinyl albums and as a complete double CD package with previously unreleased songs recorded during The Power Of Failing sessions, as well as bonus tracks recorded during various sessions. The compilation is titled 1994-1998 and is due out October 21, 2014

    The band will also be heading to Europe in 2015.

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  7. Members of Caulfield Rebellion form Waco Kid, release new song

    Newark, Delaware’s Caulfield Rebellion have announced a hiatus, and at the same time, the members have formed a new band called Waco Kid. Waco Kid has also released a new single called “Let’s See How Much We Can Get Away With,” which was recorded at Noisy Little Critter Studios with producer Mike Bardzik (Sundials, Martin). Waco Kid is also heading on tour with The Moms.


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  8. We’ll Do It Live: Chris 2 (Anti-Flag) TONIGHT (for real)

    Anti-Flag Let’s try this again! Tonight (not now!), we’ll host our next edition of We’ll Do It Live. Tonight’s guest will be Chris 2 of Anti-Flag, who released A Document of Dissent: 1993-2013 yesterday via Fat Wreck Chords.
    He’ll be here from 7-8 p.m. EST tonight, so get those questions ready and we’ll see you back here this evening!



    Note: Save your questions for the post that will be at the top of the page at 7 p.m. Please and thank you.

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  9. Music Videos: Hostage Calm: “Your Head / Your Heart”

    Hostage Calm Hostage Calm have premiered their video “Your Head / Your Heart” that will appear on their forthcoming album Die on Stage, due out September 16, 2014 via Run For Cover Records


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  10. Ian Watkins loses appeal for reduced jail term

    Ian Watkins of LostProphets has lost his appeal. The basis of the appeal was Watkins asking for a reduced jail term. Currently, Watkins is serving 29 years in incarceration plus six years under license for offenses involving sexual conduct with infants.

    Watkins, who was not at the hearing, was represented by Sally O’Neil. O’Neil argued that because Watkins pled guilty to his charges thus preventing disturbing images being shown in court, he was entitled to a reduction. The judges disagreed with one judge stating that the crimes were “of such shocking depravity that they demanded a lengthy prison sentence.”

    Additionally, a woman who was jailed along with Watkins for aiding Watkins in is crimes, and who also was a mother of one of the victims, also had her appeal denied. That person, who is being kept anonymous under UK law because her child was a victim, was sentenced to 17 years in prison. She appealed under the grounds that she was immature when she committed her offenses, but was denied. A second woman, also involved in Watkins’ crimes, did not appeal her 14 year sentence.

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