Run For Cover Records To Release New 7″ From ‘Hot Rod Circuit’

Run For Cover Records is proud to announce that they will be issuing a new 7″ EP from the legendary Hot Rod Circuit alongside the band’s new November US tour dates.  The EP will include the new HRC song “Forgive Me” (which is currently available on iTunes), another brand new song and a cover of Superdrag’s “Sucked Out.”  The EP will be a limited pressing of 1000 copies and will be available from the band at shows on the upcoming tour and via the label’s web store at


A limited number of tickets have been held for Hot Rod Circuit fans and will be available through an exclusive Ducat King presale that begins Thursday, September 1, at 12 PM local time at So get them while you can!


Hot Rod Circuit reunion lineup:

Andy Jackson – Vocals and Rhythm Guitar

Casey Prestwood – Lead Guitar

Jason Russell – Bass and Vocals

Mike Poorman – Drums


Tour Dates:

Nov 4           West Hollywood, CA                   Troubadour

Nov 5           San Francisco, CA             Bottom Of The Hill

Nov 15         Chicago, IL                      The Bottom Lounge

Nov 16         Cleveland Heights, OH       Grog Shop

Nov 17         Hoboken, NJ                    Maxwell’s

Nov 18         Philadelphia, PA                Theatre of Living Arts

Nov 19         Brooklyn, NY                    Music Hall of Williamsburg

Nov 20         Cambridge, MA                 Middle East Restaurant & Nightclub


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Article by Matthew Dickson


‘Like Moths To Flames’ Forced to Drop Off This Fall’s IGNITOUR, And Also Releases a Full-Length Album on Rise Records Set For Nov 8th

Like Moths To Flames – Real Talk via RISE RECORDS

Native Columbus, OH band Like Moths To Flames (Rise Records) have regrettably been forced to bow out of their run on this fall’s IGNITOUR which they were to begin on September 2nd. The band has released the following statement:

 “Due to the departure of our bass player, Aaron Douglas, combined with a delay in the studio completion due to Hurricane Irene, we regret to inform everyone that we will have to drop off the upcoming INGNITOUR with Ice Nine Kills and An Early Ending.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, but without a solid lineup, we don’t want to disservice our fans in any capacity.  We are going to finish up at the studio, head home and prepare for our two upcoming fall tours: Close Your Eyes/The Color Morale tour and then Thrash and Burn.  We’re super stoked on how our record is turning out and can’t wait for you guys to hear it.  We’re working on a plan to release a few tracks prior to our November 8th release date”

Like Moths To Flames has also announced a change to the lineup in the wake of Douglas’ departure. Eli Ford (ex-My Ticket Home) has joined the band and will take on guitar duties while Aaron Evans will move from guitar to bass.

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Article by Matthew Dickson

PAGENINETYNINE REUNION at Best Friends Day 10 in Richmond, Va

On August 19, 2011 the legendary Pageninetynine will be playing a reunion show in Richmond, Virginia as part of the lineup for Best Friends Day 10 (, an event annually held in Richmond for the past 10 years meant to bring together friends from all over the country. This will be their first show since their break up in May of 2003. The band is known for the intense shows and ever-changing line-ups. The band has announced that they will be playing with the line-up responsible for the Document #8 album, and will perform said album from start to finish. Members of the band went on to perform in such acts as Enemy Soil, City of Caterpillar and Pygmy Lush. If you’re interested in attending Best Friends Day 10 it spans from August 18-21, and you can click on the link above for more information. Some other notable bands that will be performing this year include: Converge, Corrosion of Conformity, 7 Seconds, Magrudergrind, Iron Lung, Jesuit, Strike Anywhere, Against me!, and Cincinnati’s own Dopamines.

Written by Tommy Hemmer