Earlier this month, Touché Amoré played its new album Is Survived By in its entirety at the Bridgetown DIY in Los Angeles. You can watch a video of one of those new songs, titled "DNA," in the replies. The band's spectacular new album hits stores on September 24th. The band also announced some new tour dates, also in the replies.
After 10 years of music and memories we are sad to say that Sugar Glyder the band is calling it a decade. All good things come to an end but the best parts last forever. We will never forget this experience that you’ve all given us.
You may not realize it but all of this was made possible by your love and kindness. Without that we’d just be a bunch of people making noise.
It is with proud heads and heavy hearts that we will all move forward in life now.
Eternal thanks to you all for your support throughout the years. We sincerely hope we’ve been able to make the most lasting and positive impression on you, it’s the least we could do to return...
Welcome back to another round of the AP.net Roundtable - an article revolving around a much-anticipated album and the discussion it inspires amongst a handful of staff members. Today's roundtable article features Jason Tate, Craig Manning, Ryan Gardner, Cody Nelson and myself discussing Yellowcard's latest release, Ocean Avenue Acoustic. Throughout the discussion we touched on which renditions were executed the best, favorite moments on the release, and why this album has affected so many pop-punk fans. So pick up your copy of Ocean Avenue Acoustic, put the needle down, and check out the latest AP.net Roundtable discussion in the replies.