"We’re talking a lot about it, trying to figure out what we want to do," the frontman says. "We knew we wanted to focus on the anniversary for now and have that be our stepping stone into the right mindset. I think we’re going to be writing and sharing ideas throughout the touring, then see where we are and focus after that. We don’t want to rush anything; it’s been awhile since we put out a record of all new songs, so we want to make sure we do somethign we love and go in the right direction and know what we’re doing. So we’re not gonna rush it but, yes,...
I don’t think anything holds up necessarily better than anything, it’s all preference. If the song’s good then it’s going to stand the test of time, and if it’s not, it won’t. There’s no rules in music, and I struggle with this stuff all the time. What’s the better way to do things? Should I write a song about this? Should I write a song about that? You never know. There’s no way to tell.
Story Of The Year is back and making the most of it - headlining this fall's Scream It Like You Mean It tour and releasing an acoustic version of its breakthrough debut, Page Avenue, on October 8th. The band will be chatting about all that and more this Friday, September 27th, at 5 PM EST here on AP.net. See you then!
Revealed a couple minutes ago on The Gunz Show, this year's Scream It Like You Mean It tour will be headlined by Story of The Year, doing their 10th Anniversary tour for Page Avenue. Three bands currently on this year's Warped Tour will be support, including one who is currently on main stage. The tour kicks off October 8th in Cincinnati. Full dates will be revealed August 5th.
Story Of The Year are back. They'll be heading out on a Page Avenue tour, as well as releasing Page Avenue: 10 Years and Counting, a full acoustic re-imagining of the album. They are also planning on releasing a new album sometime after.