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Need some in-your-face pop punk with an irresistible feel? If you haven’t done so, welcome yourself to the music of Handguns, who are currently on tour in support of their EP, Don’t Bite Your Tongue (Pure Noise). Upon watching this video, the line “I’m still the happiest I’ll ever be” will definitely ring true for younger listeners who may have a “I-don’t-give-a-fuck” attitude and older fans who will quietly long for a small bit of the good times, if bills and a steady job didn’t get in the way. Regardless of your age (and hey, you may be a punk rock grandfather, and more power to you), you’ll find something to like about Handguns and their music.
Here is their tour itinerary, all shows with the exception of their homecoming show on June 10th will also feature Hawthorne Heights. and After Midnight Project.
APR 14 – South Hackensack, NJ @ School Of Rock
APR 15 – Vineland, New Jersey @ Hangar 84
APR 16 – North East, MD @ North East Fire Hall
APR 17 – Baltimore, MD @ Recher Theatre
APR 19 – Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
APR 20 – Jacksonville, NC @ Hooligan Music Hall
APR 21 – Fayetteville, NC @ The Rock Shop
APR 23 – Johnson City, TN @ Spring Street Music Hall
APR 26 – Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
APR 29 – Terre Haute, IN @ The Venue
APR 30 – Bloomington, IN @ Rhinos
MAY 01 – Kalamazoo, MI @ The Strutt
MAY 03 – Parkersburg, WV @ Rader Music Venue
MAY 05 – Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
MAY 06 – Indianapolis, IN @ Rock House Cafe
MAY 07 – Lebanon, OH @ The Venue 42
JUN 10 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary
Creeping Weeds “Outsiders” @ Johnny Brenda’s from Creeping Weeds on Vimeo.
Philly’s Creeping Weeds are doing a small handful of dates in support of their new album on called See Through. Would you like to know if they will rock your world? They might. Follow them:
04.14.11 – Chapel Hill, NC @ The Cave
04.15.11 – Charlottesville, VA @ Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar
04.16.11 – Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
Video game soundtrack albums have never been massive sellers in North America, but look at the amount of soundtracks for games in Japan, and one can only imagine what music will spawn from all of them. In 2011, the means of creating and marketing music is completely different from what it was 10 years ago, if not last year, and James Guthrie is hoping to prove a point with music he created for Sword & Sworcery, a top selling game for the iPad. The album will be called, aptly, Sword & Sworcery LP: The Ballad of the Space Babies, and while vinyl copies of it will be pressed, apparently they’re completely sold out, so check out some online merchants and be able to obtain a potential collectible.
If you are of the digital mind, you can download the song “Little Furnace” (4.9mb) for free, or stream the album in full by clicking the Bandcamp player below, or head to his Bandcamp page directly to hear some of the other projects he has done over the years.