Big Stories

Second To Last Release “Blaze” Music Video

by Zack Zarrillo - Apr 9, 2014

Second To Last have released a new music video for “Blaze.” Download the band’s new release here and watch the video below after the jump. 

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Second To Last Cover Green Day’s “She”

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 18, 2014

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Second To Last recently covered Green Day's “She” at a house show. Watch the video below after the jump. 

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Maker, Rust Belt Lights, Second To Last Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Jan 6, 2014

Maker, Rust Belt Lights, and Second To Last are touring together in February and March. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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POZ Stream: Second To Last - Nobody Cares

by Zack Zarrillo - Nov 12, 2013

Second To Last have officially released Nobody Cares, and PropertyOfZack is happy to be streaming the full record today. Pick it up here if you enjoy it and stream it below! 

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POZ Stream: Second To Last - “Window Seat”

by Zack Zarrillo - Jul 30, 2013

PropertyOfZack is happy to be streaming a new song from our friends in Second To Last, who are also currently on tour with State Lines. Stream “Window Seat” below after the jump.

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State Lines, No Good News, Second To Last Announce Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Jul 9, 2013

State Lines, No Good News, and Second To Last will be heading on tour this July and August. Check out the dates below after the jump. 

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POZ BandsOnBands: Second To Last On MxPx

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 25, 2013

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Mondays mean BandsOnBands, and we’re excited to be posting the PropertyOfZack feature today with Tyson Evans of Second To Last.  The band just released a new split with Starters, so make sure to check it out as well.

In this week’s feature, Tyson discusses his love for MxPx, which ended up being a huge transition for him into discovering legendary punk bands that have helped shape his life and his music. Listen to songs by MxPx here and check out what Tyson had to say about one of his biggest influences below!

I grew up in a small conservative town in Northern California called Lodi. I was raised in the church and went to private Christian school from K-8th grade. I remember my first encounter with anything remotely punk rock was seeing the music video for Green Day’s “American Idiot” in 7th grade on VH1. I instantly fell in love with the band and more importantly their style of what at the time seemed to me as “punk”. After hearing Green Day and buying nearly every record with in a week’s span of time, I was ready and anxious to go see the band live. My parents wouldn’t budge on taking me to see the band but my dad finally caved and bought me tickets to the American Idiot tour in 2005.

I could hardly contain my excitement about seeing the band. After about 10 songs or so into the set, my dad pulled the plug and said it was time to leave. My mother had heard from a friend that was at the show about how vulgar and offensive Billie Joe was as a front man and called my dad demanding we leave and come home. The next morning my mom threw away every Green Day record as well as merchandise that I had bought. She then took me to the local Christian book store to pick out a record that was clean and laden with songs about falling in love with Jesus and promoting positive faith based values. 

Little did she know that the moment I got to the CD section of the store, my eyes had already met fate. I remember seeing the cover of MXPX’s Life In General and resonating immediately and I had yet to even hear the content. On the front was a punk kid with dyed hair getting life handed to him by some butch jock with a mullet. Nothing resonated with me more at that time. The moment I stuck the record in my stereo at home and heard those first palm mutes on “Middlename” I was hooked. I don’t think I took that record out for all of 8th grade. Songs like “Doing Time” and “My Mom Still Cleans My Room” had my life figured out. The one thing that I loved and really captivated me was Mike Herrera’s ability to convey a positive message without over saturating the songs with lyrics about loving Jesus and going to church. 

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POZ Stream: Second To Last - “Radiation”

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 5, 2013

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Second To Last are gearing up to release a new split with Starters, and we’re happy to be streaming a song from the split called “Radiation.” Stream Second To Last’s “Radiation” below by clicking “Read More!”

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All In This Together Tour Updates

by Zack Zarrillo - Nov 16, 2012

On My Honor, Latin For Truth, Audiostrobelight, Second To Last, Panic Manor, and Above The Underground are currently out on the All In This Together Tour. Check out the third and fourth updates from the tour below by clicking “Read More!”

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All In This Together Tour Update #2

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 16, 2012

On My Honor, Latin For Truth, Audiostrobelight, Second To Last, Panic Manor, and Above The Underground are out on the All In This Together Tour. Check out the second update from the tour below by clicking “Read More!”

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Second To Last Post Major Update; Explain Joe Lacy (ex-Transit) Situation

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 11, 2012

Second To Last have been very quiet for the past few months, especially following the news that Joe Lacy (ex-Transit) was supposed to be joining the band. Check out a full update here and a portion of it below by clicking “Read More.”

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Second To Last Recording New 7”

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 28, 2012

Second To Last are recording new tracks today for another 7”. Check out a tweet from the band below by clicking “Read More.”

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On My Honor Announce Full US Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 1, 2012

On My Honor, Latin For Truth, Above The Underground, Second To Last, Audiostrobelight, and Panic Manor will be touring together. Check out the fall tour dates below by clicking “Read More.”

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The Weekly Tour Round-Up

by Zack Zarrillo - Jul 8, 2012

It’s time for The Weekly Tour Round-Up! There are a ton of great tours going on this summer and fall and more are getting announced each week. Below you’ll find all the tours going on over the next few months, and the bolded dates are ones that were announced this past week. So check out all the tours if you’ve missed any of them and make sure to mark them down on your calendars!

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Turnover, Citizen, Light Years [Now-08/07]
With The Punches|Forever Came Calling|State Champs [07/13-08/11]

North America
Warped Tour [Now-08/05]
You Blew It! [Now-07/28]
Cobra Starship [Now-10/07]
I See Stars, My Ticket Home, Crown The Empire [Now-07/07]
Daylight [Now-08/09]
Second To Last, Bellweather [07/09-07/28]
Right Away, Great Captain!, Casey Crescenzo [07/11-08/19]
Terrible Things, The Company We Keep [07/11-07/15]
Forever The Sickest Kids, Plug In Stereo, Paradise Fears [07/11-07/23]
Weezer [07/13-11/11]
Armor For Sleep [07/14-07/22]
The Cab, Parachute [07/16-08/18]
Namesake, Allstar Weekend [07/17-08/18]
Strung Out, Such Gold, Handguns [07/17-08/14]
Dashboard Confessional [7/26-8/19]
Real Friends [07/19-07/31]
This Century, Austin Gibbs [07/25-08/26]
Set It Off, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus [07/26-08/12]
Joyce Manor, Algernon Cadwallader [07/28-08/24]
The All-American Rejects, Eve 6 [08/08-08/30]
I Call Fives [08/08-08/25]
The American Scene, Daybreaker [08/15-08/26]
Silverstein, Such Gold, Daytrader [08/16-08/26]
Tallhart, Belle Histoire [8/21-9/01]
Vinnie Caruana, Matt Embree [08/22-09/09]
Against Me!, Joyce Manor, Andrew Jackson Jihad [09/03-09/09]
Metric [09/06-10/10]
Frank Turner [09/07-10/27]
 
Hot Water Music [09/07-10/03]
Strung Out, The Swellers, Such Gold [09/08-10/05]
NOFX [09/09-09/22]
Stray From The Path, Obey The Brave [9/10-9/26]
Circa Survive, Touché Amoré, Balance & Composure, O’Brother [09/13-10/26]
My Ticket Home, Palisades [09/21-09/30]
Tegan And Sara, The Black Keys [10/01-10/06]
Morrissey [10/05-12/08]
As I Lay Dying, Trivium [10/15-11/18]

United Kingdom|Mainland Europe
Texas In July [Now-07/21]
Sum 41 [Now-08/10]
Against Me! [07/13-08/03]Torche [09/13-09/18]
Pure Love [07/18-07/25]
Head Automatica [08/05-08/08]
Touché Amoré, Birds In Row [08/15-08/26]
Billy Talent [08/16-08/26]
Into It. Over It. [09/03-09/15]
The Maine, This Century [9/15-9/26]
The Menzingers, The Front Bottoms [09/19-10/09]
Joyce Manor, Apologies I Have None [09/21-09/28]
Now, Now [09/24-9/30]
Tonight Alive [09/26-10/09]

Mayday Parade, The Summer Set [10/04-10/13]
The Gaslight Anthem [10/15-10/20]
The Xcerts, Young Guns [10/19-11/26]
Every Time I Die, Stray From The Path [10/24-11/17]
A Loss For Words, Save Your Breath [10/26-11/10]
The Devil Wears Prada, August Burns Red [10/26-11/19]
3OH!3 [11/02-11/11]
A Skylit Drive [11/04-11/10]
Bon Iver [11/08-11/12]
Parkway Drive, The Word Alive [11/13-12/01]
Rancid [11/26-12/16]
Miss May I [11/30-12/06]

Australia
Transit [08/15-08/26]
Pennywise, The Menzingers, Sharks [08/23-08/29]
Cartel [09/05-09-15] 
Texas In July [08/23-09/03]
Defeater, Blacklisted [09/26-10/04] 
The Ghost Inside, Architects [09/26-10/08] 

South America
RX Bandits [07/26-07/29] 
Miss May I, Asking Alexandra [09/22-09/30]
Simple Plan [10/03-10/07] (Mexico) 10/16-10/18 (Brazil)

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