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Sic Waiting, Tamar Berk, P.O.D., End Of the Line, Meidai

“Can’t a gal dream of being one of The Bee Gees?”

Sic Waiting
Sic Waiting

Having experienced studio fires, bus breakdowns, stolen gear, death, and despondency, Oceanside’s Sic Waiting calls itself “a force in the scene that will not go away. Kinda like a bad rash.” Their album A Fine Hill To Die On is due November 4 via Thousand Islands Records (USA/CAN) and Pee Records (AUS), with UK/EU distribution by Lockjaw Records. The album is preceded by a single for “Uncommon Veins,” produced by punk icon Cameron Webb (NOFX, Motorhead).

Tamar Berk
Video:

Tamar Berk "Alone Tonight"

“‘Alone Tonight’ is a song about those moments when you are very aware that you are not going to be good company,” says Tamar Berk of her new single and video. “I get this way often, and I’ve found that the older I get, the more I’m able to tell that to someone without worrying about hurting their feelings. In the video for ‘Alone Tonight,’ I wanted to harken back to my youth when I was able to be alone for hours, entertaining myself with my imagination and toys…the last image in the video is an actual photo of me pretending to be Barry Gibb. Can’t a gal dream of being one of The Bee Gees?”

P.O.D.

A re-release of P.O.D.’s 2008 album When Angels & Serpents Dance (which reached number nine on the Billboard Top 200 chart) drops October 15 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. The album has been remixed and remastered with three bonus tracks. Their new “Tell My Why” lyric video unspools the words to the song in four languages, with subtitles in English, Spanish, Russian, and Ukrainian.

End of the Line

End of the Line was a hardcore band featuring members of Antioch Arrow and Heroin whose sole album was released in 1991. That self-titled LP is being rereleased this summer by Three One G Records, remixed and remastered by Tim Green (Nation Of Ulysses, The Fucking Champs), along with a new music video for “Burning Down.”

meidai

“My hip-hop alias Meidai, pronounced Mayday, means ‘a very strong individual’ in Greek,” says MC Michael May, aka Meidai. “It’s also a three-headed horse-ram-dragon.” The rapper released a new record in April called Michael, and then another in August, I’m Not the Bad Guy. He plans to follow up with his Off Da Wall Compilation, which drops September 10.

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Sic Waiting
Sic Waiting

Having experienced studio fires, bus breakdowns, stolen gear, death, and despondency, Oceanside’s Sic Waiting calls itself “a force in the scene that will not go away. Kinda like a bad rash.” Their album A Fine Hill To Die On is due November 4 via Thousand Islands Records (USA/CAN) and Pee Records (AUS), with UK/EU distribution by Lockjaw Records. The album is preceded by a single for “Uncommon Veins,” produced by punk icon Cameron Webb (NOFX, Motorhead).

Tamar Berk
Video:

Tamar Berk "Alone Tonight"

“‘Alone Tonight’ is a song about those moments when you are very aware that you are not going to be good company,” says Tamar Berk of her new single and video. “I get this way often, and I’ve found that the older I get, the more I’m able to tell that to someone without worrying about hurting their feelings. In the video for ‘Alone Tonight,’ I wanted to harken back to my youth when I was able to be alone for hours, entertaining myself with my imagination and toys…the last image in the video is an actual photo of me pretending to be Barry Gibb. Can’t a gal dream of being one of The Bee Gees?”

P.O.D.

A re-release of P.O.D.’s 2008 album When Angels & Serpents Dance (which reached number nine on the Billboard Top 200 chart) drops October 15 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. The album has been remixed and remastered with three bonus tracks. Their new “Tell My Why” lyric video unspools the words to the song in four languages, with subtitles in English, Spanish, Russian, and Ukrainian.

End of the Line

End of the Line was a hardcore band featuring members of Antioch Arrow and Heroin whose sole album was released in 1991. That self-titled LP is being rereleased this summer by Three One G Records, remixed and remastered by Tim Green (Nation Of Ulysses, The Fucking Champs), along with a new music video for “Burning Down.”

meidai

“My hip-hop alias Meidai, pronounced Mayday, means ‘a very strong individual’ in Greek,” says MC Michael May, aka Meidai. “It’s also a three-headed horse-ram-dragon.” The rapper released a new record in April called Michael, and then another in August, I’m Not the Bad Guy. He plans to follow up with his Off Da Wall Compilation, which drops September 10.

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