The Amity Affliction release their new album ‘Let The Ocean Take Me’ on Monday, June 09. We’ve got a stream of the whole damn thing a few days early. YOU’RE WELCOME!
Australian post-hardcore types The Amity Affliction will release their fourth album 'Let The Ocean Take Me' on Monday June 09 in the UK and we reckon it's a bit of a ripper. In the new issue of Rock Sound, we reviewed the beast and said it's composed of "crushing slabs of aggression offset by sing-from-the-rooftops choruses" - two things we're BIG fans of.
Because it's a) sunny and b) we're in a good mood, we've hooked up a stream of the whole album a few days early so you can make your own mind up. Dive in using the Soundcloud player below:
Want to read the full story of 'Let The Ocean Take Me', and find out what demons vocalist Joel Birch and the rest of the band had to conquer in its creation? We've got a huge feature in the new issue...
It's safe to say that Blink-182 know what they're doing when it comes to music videos, having created some of the most memorable ones in pop-punk over their two-and-a-bit decades on the scene. Ahead of their UK appearances next month, we figured it's about time to reel off their most important / ridiculous video moments to date. Warning: contains nudity, fire and incredible fake facial hair.
'The Young And The Hopeless' was the start of Good Charlotte's world domination, and opened up a LOT of doors for people just getting into rock and pop-punk circa 2002. Here, in there own words, Benji and Joel Madden recount the days that shaped their lives. This feature originally appeared in Issue 167 of Rock Sound (November 2012).