Great Collapse (Featuring Current & Ex-Members of Strike Anywhere, Comeback Kid, Rise Against and Set Your Goals) and Threads Releasing Split Via Brok...
January 11, 2016
BFL Theatre presents Hard Core Logo Live in Toronto,ON @ The Cave above Lee's Palace March 09 - 27 2017. Check out the details and the opening nig...
February 22, 2017
Red Arms releases their vinyl debut ‘Let Every Nation Know’ on indie label Yeah Right! Records (Public Animal / Single Mothers). Release new video "Hindsight" created by 331 Arts. Red Arms will be playing this years Pouzzafest check them out.
April 4, 2016
Red Arms like their rock loud, fast, and catchy. The noisy post-punk fueled guitar hooks and fill heavy drums, kick out the jams in a distortion-heavy wall of sound, mining the likes of all your favorite SST, Merge, Touch and Go, and Matador records in the process. The band released their first EP digitally in the fall of 2013 which gained the attention of CBC’s Grant Lawrence and led to the regular airplay of the single, Down To Sound, and to CBC's top 15 punk bands of 2015. They released the EP on CD and cassette in early 2015 via the indie label, Curt Murder Fan Club. The London, Ontario band released their vinyl debut ‘Let Every Nation Know’ on indie label Yeah Right! Records (Public Animal / Single Mothers) on March 24, 2016. The band celebrated their release show at London’s Call The Office. The sophomore follow up to 2015’s ‘Welcome to the New Cold’ released on the indie Curt Murder Fan Club, heads down the same rabbit hole of interpersonal struggles and intelectual political opinion story telling. The band have maintained their stay in the loud rock and roll realm and continue to diversify and pay tribute to former glories of bands such as Dinosaur Jr., The Hellacopters, and Superchunk. Their live shows are a true testament of this. Catch Red Arms in May at this year’s Pouzza Fest in downtown Montreal. The band also released a video on BlankTV for the single ‘Hindsight’.
Video Details: The video, directed by Michael Del Vecchio and edited by Tyler O’Brien of 331arts, was shot in the drama room of the high school where guitarist Robert Larusso is currently a teacher. The style of the video was designed to pay homage to, but not directly mimic, one of the band’s biggest influences - The Jesus and Mary Chain. Watch JMC’s video for just like honey and you should be able to spot the reference.