The Nashville-based punk rock label, Pure Noise Records has announced the second installment of their Dead Formats compilation albums. Dead Formats Vol. 2 will see many bands from the Pure Noise Records roster covering classic songs across the punk and rock genres. The album will drop on September 15th and holds an impressive fifteen tracks in total. So far, three tracks have dropped. This includes a cover of “Losing A Whole Year” originally by Third Eye Blind and performed by Knuckle Puck, “Come Dancing” originally by The Kinks and performed by Less Than Jake, and “Lithium” originally by Nirvana and… Read more »
Today we’ve got Metallica announcing a reissue of their self-titled The Black Album and a 53 song covers album, Pure Noise Records drops LoFi Volume, and Manchester Orchestra reveals the dates for The Million Masks of God tour.
[Left Clockwise: Photo via State Champs, Photo via Maya Wiley, Photo via Disney, Photo via Jim Powers] Today we have a new teaser for Disney’s The Mysterious Benedict Society, the Pure Noise Records tour returning this fall, The Strokes debut a new song, and Dave Chappelle joins Foo Fighters on stage to cover Radiohead’s “Creep”. Disney+ Reveals Teaser for The Mysterious Benedict Society Ahead of it’s two episode premiere next week, Disney+ has dropped a teaser for it’s upcoming series The Mysterious Benedict Society. Based on the YA books by Trenton Lee Stewart, the series follows four gifted orphans who… Read more »
Pure Noise Records signs Speak Low If You Speak Love, the solo side project of State Champs’ bassist Ryan Scott Graham. The label will re-release last year’s album ‘Everything But What You Need’.
Four Year Strong have signed to Pure Noise Records. New album details TBA.
Hit The Lights have signed to Pure Noise Records, and are planning to release a new album later in the year.
Vanna have announced an upcoming album with a new label. The post-hardcore band will release the album this June on Pure Noise Records.
Since its inception in 2008, Pure Noise Records has grown to become one of the strongest independent labels in our scene. As the label celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, we checked in with owner/founder Jake Round on the three most important lessons the past five years have taught him.
[Bottom Left Clockwise: Photo via The Maine, Photo Courtesy of Netflix, Photo via Sony Pictures, Photo by Chris Anderson, Photo via Vogue Magazine, Photo via No Malice Film Contest, Photo via Warner Records] Today is a big one! We’ve got the scoop on Action/Adventure signing to Pure Noise Records, the new trailer for Jupiter’s Legacy, a new single from The Maine, updates on the No Malice Film Contest, RSD 2021 releases from Warner Records, Amanda Gorman in Vogue Magazine, and a new clip from Ghostbusters 3: Afterlife. Action/Adventure Sign To Pure Noise Records + Announce EP Heavy pop-punk band, Action/Adventure… Read more »
Cleveland natives Cloud Nothings have made their Pure Noise Records debut with their rambunctious new single, “Final Summer.” Kicking off through a wave of ethereal ambiance and sizzling synthesizers, “Final Summer” quickly bursts with an electrifying surge of sharp guitar work across an upbeat and groovy rhythm. Vocalist/guitarist Dylan Baldi’s vocals cut through the boisterous sonic display of bandmates Jayson Gerycz (drums) and Chris Brown (bass) to culminate into a repeat-worthy two-and-a-half minutes. Read more: Broadside Have Us Feeling “Bleu” In Soul-Stirring New Single Discussing the band signing to Pure Noise, Baldi shares, “We’re really glad to be working with… Read more »