Quick Hits: Three Man Cannon, Lee Corey Oswald, Ken Mode, The Bronx, Esmé Patterson, Intronaut

posted January 30, 2013

  • Three Man Cannon and Lee Corey Oswald have teamed up with Absolutepunk.net for an exclusive stream of the bands' upcoming Split LP. The 11-song effort will officially be released next week (February 5, 2013) on 12-inch and digital formats by Black With Sap Records and upstart label Stereophonodon Records, which was formed by Kite Party front man Russell Edling.
  • Metallic post-hardcore outfit Ken Mode have debuted a new song off their forthcoming album, 'Entrench.' The new track, “The Promises of God” is streaming now at Stereogum.com. "The Promises of God" includes guest vocal contributions provided by Dave Verellen (BOTCH/NARROWS).
  • LA punk band The Bronx has premiered a stream of their highly anticipated new album, The Bronx (IV), on RollingStone.com.  The long awaited album will be released on February 5th via White Drugs/ATO Records.
  • Denver "folk & roll" songstress Esmé Patterson has released her first video off the album "All Princes, I" for the song "My Young Man," shot along the foothills and between and above the peaks of the Colorado Rocky Mountains by Colorado filmmaker/photographer Rett Rogers.
  • Post-metal prog masters Intronaut have teamed up with Invisible Oranges to premiere their new song "Milk Leg." This is the first track to be released from the group's highly-anticipated forthcoming album Habitual Levitations, due out on March 19, 2013, in North America via Century Media Records.

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