Chris Conley’s set wasn’t the only one recorded at the Cambridge, MA stop of the Where’s The Band? Tour; we’ve also found video of Bayside frontman Anthony Raneri‘s performance from that night. Click below to watch it.
North Korea, a new project from Ryan Hunter and Brian Byrne of Envy on the Coast, Michael Sadis (The Rivalry) and Billy Rymer (The Rivalry, Dillinger Escape Plan), have posted their new song “Master Plan B” for download. The song was originally introduced through a performance video earlier this week.
Brisbane, Australia-based podcast D.I. Wireless has posted a bevy of videos from the Brisbane stop of the Hot Water Music / Bouncing Souls / Dave Hause tour down under that wrapped up earlier this month. The three acts collaborated on live renditions of “Jane,” originally performed by Hause’s group The Loved Ones, the Souls’ classic “True Believers,” and “Wayfarer” and “Trusty Chords,” both originally performed by HWM.
Armenian police forces have begun a concentrated effort to single out alleged “emo kids,” according to this report. The efforts came about after the recent suicides of two teenagers rumored to be fans of emo music and according to the report, officers have visited schools, searched the belongings of kids wearing distinctive clothing that might be classified as “emo,” set up surveillance where young people gather and even have detained some teenagers for questioning despite a lack of evidence or legislation for doing so.
In a recent newspaper interview, Armenian Chief of Police Alik Sarkisian made the claim that emo could “damage our gene pool.” Sarkasian went on to say, “We should fight against such phenomena because they are morally harmful to our people.”
Footage of a recent acoustic set from Saves The Day frontman Chris Conley was recently uploaded to YouTube. The set runs for an hour (!) and is split up into two videos, both of which can be seen by clicking below.