Yellowcard Signs To Hopeless Records, New Album 2011

Yellowcard has officially signed to Hopeless Records and will be entering the studio in September with Neal Avron to record their new album due out in Spring 2011. Check out the press release for the announcement below.

Returning to their pre-major label indie beginnings, Yellowcard have recently signed with Hopeless Records for their seventh studio album, the first since 2007’s Paper Walls. For round seven (and after 3 million records sold), Ryan Key (vocals/guitar) and original members Sean Mackin (violin) and Longineu (“LP”) Parsons (drums) continuing with Ryan Mendez (guitar) will be joined by longtime friend of the band Sean O’Donnell (bass), whose addition has been described as a “natural fit” for the current mindset and progression of the group.

“Hopeless seemed to be the right place for us; they were really interested in working with the band, very proactive, and had a lot of great ideas for us,” says frontman/guitarist Ryan Key. “They’re giving us the opportunity to do exactly what we want with it, and we’re thankful to have an established fanbase that is already interested in what we have to put out.”

“We have all been big fans of Yellowcard since their early days” adds Hopeless Records President Louis Posen. “Our team is having a great time working with the band and we are thrilled that there is going to be a new Yellowcard album soon. We know the fans want new music and we are honored and humbled that we get to play a part in helping such a great band write the next chapter in their career.”

Key said the writing process has been like picking up just where they left off, that they “feel like kids again, having fun and driving around listening to the music we just created, no words yet, just the music over and over again.“ They will soon begin recording with their tried-and-true producer Neal Avron – “the sixth member of our band” – and are aiming for a spring release, enough time to take new material and the classic benchmarks out for a refresher.

“We’re talking about a ton of different ideas, and we’re itching to start as soon as possible,” Key said. “Ultimately, we want to make something the fans will love. What we love to do most, is look out from the stage and see people exploding with energy, and I think we keep that in mind while we are writing. We miss being out on the road playing for Yellowcard fans all around the world, and without their support we wouldn’t have a career.”

All Time Low Set To Release “Straight To DVD” CD/DVD

All Time Low - Straight To DVD

All Time Low are set to release a new CD/DVD, Straight To DVD, on May 25th. A pre-order for the live CD/DVD combo is available here. Check out the trailer, album art and track listing below.

CD (Full Live Concert Audio)

1. Intro
2. Lost In Stereo
3. Stella
4. Break Your Little Heart
5. Six Feet Under The Stars
6. A Party Song (The Walk of Shame)
7. Jasey Rae
8. Poppin’ Champagne
9. Remembering Sunday
10. Therapy
11. Coffee Shop Soundtrack
12. Weightless
13. Too Much
14. Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t)
15. Dear Maria, Count Me In

DVD #1
On-the-road documentary & concert (90 min), full live concert (70 min), outtakes (5 min)

Take Action! Tour 2009

Hopeless Records, through their non profit organization Sub City is pleased to once again organize and present the Take Action! Tour. The 2009 lineup will feature headliner Cute Is What We Aim For, along with Meg & Dia, Breathe Carolina, Every Avenue, and Anarbor. The annual nationwide charity tour, now in its eighth year, raises funds and awareness for youth involvement in charitable action, and for the second straight year Take Action has chosen not-for-profit organization to benefit from the funds raised and to help spread the message of action to young people across the country.

Tour dates for the upcoming tour will be announced shortly.

There For Tomorrow Signs To Hopeless/Subcity Records

Florida based There For Tomorrow has signed to Hopeless/Subcity Records.  Check out the full press release below.


We are happy to announce that There For Tomorrow has joined the Hopeless/Sub City Records family. The band is currently finishing up their debut Hopeless Records EP, due out later this year.

“It was really hard to find a good home for our band. We had been doing it for so long by ourselves. Hopeless came to us with an honest perspective on the world, and that view is exactly how we see it. They have a whole philosophy behind their label that could make TFT feel so at home. They support the causes that the rest of the band and I fight for. We’re willing to work hard and so are they. The future begins now!” ““ Maika, There For Tomorrow

“I am super happy with the decision we made to go with Hopeless. And I know we are all very excited to see what the future has in store for TFT!!!” ““ Christian, There For Tomorrow

Fans can visit to download a There For Tomorrow digital bundle that includes both the single and video for Pages. The bundle is available now for only $1.99 and also includes band wallpapers and promo photos!

There For Tomorrow Tour Dates

04/04/08 Pembroke Pines, FL @ The Talent Farm
04/05/08 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
04/06/08 Saint Leo, FL @ Saint Leo University
04/18/08 Southport, FL @ Southport Community Center
04/20/08 Jacksonville, FL @ The Pit

[w/ VersaEmerge & School Boy Humor]

05/09/08 Bunnell, FL @ Thrillz Arcade
05/10/08 Statesboro, GA @ Apex
05/12/08 Wilmington, NC @ The Soapbox
05/15/08 Forest, VA @ Tree of Life
05/16/08 South Hackensack, NJ @ School of Rock
05/17/08 Manchester, NH @ Rockos
05/18/08 Clinton, NY @ Kirkland Art Center
05/19/08 Altoona, PA @ Jaggard
05/20/08 Dover, OH @ Rock Bottom
05/22/08 Terre Haute, IN @ Terre Hautes Music Venue
05/23/08 Warren, MI @ The Ritz
05/24/08 Howell, MI @ Meijer Skate Park (Bled Fest)
05/25/08 Toledo, OH @ Frankies
05/26/08 Berea, KY @ Do Wah Diddy
05/27/08 Montgomery, AL @ Off The Wagon
05/28/08 Cleveland, GA @ The Pivot

Royden Announce Break Up

Royden has announced their break up. You can read a message from the band below.

hey everyone,

Lately, there have been a lot of rumors about Royden breaking up. Well.. it is true. After 4 years of being a band we have decided to part our seperate ways with Hopeless Records and each other. There has been internal band troubles and troubles with the band and the release of our CD from Hopeless Records that have been ongoing for the past 2 years and continue to occur now. BE WEARY OF LABELS FOLKS. So that being said we will be finishing our last shows in December/January and possibly posting a ne song or 2 and maybe even some old unreleased stuff and b sides. ALL FOR FREE DOWNLOAD HERE. also since Hopeless is NOT putting out a physical copy of our cd in stores… you can email them to find out why… we may or may not have put the CD up for free and we encourage you all to go out and get our cd from a friend and pass it on to others. we are sorry to all our fans and hope that most of you can make it out to these last shows… i’ll keep every one posted on updates and such…


Treebo and Royden

Hopeless Records To Release Change!

Hopeless Records will be releasing Change! a CD/DVD compilation of Metal & Hardcore’s biggest names and best new bands! The release will be available beginning November 20th at any Hot Topic store or on

Track Listing:

<p class=”alert”>1. Chiodos / Teeth The Size Of Piano Keys
2. Silverstein / If You Could See Into My Soul
3. Saosin / Collapse
4. Alesana / Ambrosia
5. Every Time I Die / We’re Wolf
6. The Chariot / They Faced Each Other
7. The Human Abstract / Nocturne
8. As I Lay Dying / Nothing Left
9. The Devil Wears Prada / Don’t Dink And Drance
10. Parkway Drive / Boneyards
11. August Burns Red / Composure
12. Job For A Cowboy / Embedded
13. See You Next Tuesday / Here, Take This Pill
14. Converge / No Heroes
15. Poison The Well / Letter Thing
16. Memphis May Fire / Cowbell’s Making A Comeback
17. HORSE The Band / Murder
18. Gallows / Orchestra of Wolves
19. Aiden / We Sleep Forever
20. Pierce The Veil / I’d Rather Die Than Be Famous
21. The Fall of Troy / Cut Down All The Trees And Name The Streets After Them

<p class=”alert”>1. Chiodos / The Words Best Friend Become Redefined
2. Silverstein / If You Could See Into My Soul
3. Boys Night Out / Up With Me
4. Alesana / Ambrosia
5. Escape The Fate / Situations
6. Every Time I Die / We’re Wolf
7. The Chariot / They Faced Each Other
8. As I Lay Dying / Nothing Left
9. The Human Abstract / Vela, Together We Await The Storm
10. August Burns Red / Composure
11. Converge / No Heroes
12. Job For A Cowboy / Embedded
13. Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster / Dry The River
14. HORSE / The Band Murder
15. Gallows / In The Belly Of A Shark
16. Aiden / We Sleep Forever
17. Kaddisfly / Empire