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On The Verge: Merchandise

Tampa, FL’s Merchandise are sharing the opening track off of their Totale Nite LP which is due out April 2nd on the impeccable Iowa-based Night-People Records. Totale Nite was recorded in the fall/winter of 2012 at The House Ov Infinity which is currently where most members reside in Tampa, and the record was mastered by […]

On The Verge: Wilson

WILSON to Embark on North American Tour With GWAR and Warbeast The growl of chain saws making firewood of fifty foot pines. That’s WILSON. The howling of a pack of wolves battling a rabid moose. That’s WILSON. The panting, gasping breaths of a smoke break “nooner”. That’s fucking WILSON. The citation for a noise violation… that’s just where the […]

On The Verge: Otherwise

After just wrapping up dates with Stone Sour and Papa Roach, Sin City’s rock breakout Otherwise are pleased to announce that they will continue on the road with Papa Roach for an extended round of tour dates. Otherwise will join Papa Roach and Escape The Fate on the “Eleven Seven Music Presents The Connection Tour,” […]

On The Verge: Zorch

Photo by Ben Aqua Austin, TX hyper-kinetic duo Zorch premiere a new song today via culled from their forthcoming full length. The band also proudly announces signing to Sargent House for management and label, who will release Zorch’s album this summer. We first discovered them last at 2012’s 35 Denton fest. Zorch will also play […]

On The Verge: Cold Specks

We are incredibly excited to announce new Cold Specks tour dates and a support tour opening for My Morning Jacket’s Jim James in addition to an already busy Spring Tour schedule. To prepare you for new shows Cold Specks aka Al Spx is releasing “When The City Lights Dim” on March 5th along with a […]

On The Verge: Alex Bleeker & The Freaks

  New Jersey-born Alex Bleeker is an old soul. For his sophomore album, How Far Away, he lets that come into play fully. Over 11 tracks, he deals with the autumnal phase of lost love, the point after the grieving subsides and you start figuring out what you’re supposed to do next. As with his […]

On The Verge: IO Echo

  2013 is shaping up to be a year of epic live pairings for IO ECHO. The LA industrial-tinged duo of Ioanna Gika and Leopold Ross just wrapped up a string of dates with indie powerhouses Bloc Party and are now gearing up to hit the road once more, this time with iconic 90s alt […]


February 8, 2013 (Los Angeles, CA) — Austin’s power rock duo ONE-EYED DOLL is pleased to announce they will be touring the US as direct support for OTEP. Featuring opening support from PICTURE ME BROKEN, this female fronted tour is sure to be one of the most talked about happenings this Spring. Kicking off on […]

On The Verge: Native

Northwest Indiana’s Native announce a slew of North American live dates beginning in February, most of which will be with post-rock instrumentalists Caspian. Please see complete dates below. If you recall, we first turned you onto Caspian last September, when they were on tour as opening support for both Cursive and Minus The Bear. Native […]

On The Verge: Veronica Falls

You may have had them tagged as goth-tinged pop fantasists, but with their much anticipated sophomore album Waiting For Something To Happen, Veronica Falls easily shrug off any notions of a difficult second album to create something that is easily more polished, more affecting, and more enduring than their peers would dream of making, and stake their claim […]

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