Dance Gavin Dance has launched pre-orders for their vinyl box set, including all six of their releases on vinyl for the first time. The pressing is limited to 1,000 and is $50, or $60 with a logo shirt.
Following the news yesterday that A Day To Remember's Common Courtesy will be releasing on iTunes and physically on November 25th, the band has posted a message detailing the discounts available to those who purchased the digital-only version.
Anthony Raneri will be missing the final three shows on Bayside's current tour because he is flying home to be a daddy. Members from Motion City Soundtrack, State Champs, and This Is Hell will be helping out the band during Raneri's absence. In the meantime, we'd like to send out our congratulations to Anthony and his fiancee!
Mayday Parade's new album Monsters In The Closet landed the band's biggest first week of their career, debuting at #10 on the Billboard Top 200 and #2 on the Independent Label Chart with over 30,300 copies sold. Congrats to the band and to Fearless Records.
On Tuesday, Kevin Devine released his seventh and eighth full-length albums (check Ryan Dennehy's Bulldozer review and my Bubblegum review). In continuing with our Kevin Devine Week, I am counting down my five favorite KevDev releases and opening up a discussion thread about the man's discography - what are your favorite releases and songs from one of the best songwriters in the scene? So check out my list in the replies and stay tuned for our podcast with Kevin tomorrow.
Triple Crown Records' vinyl pressing of From Indian Lakes' Able Bodies is now available for pre-order, pressed on clear w/ black splatter (/150) and silver. A cassette version, poster, and new shirt are also available.
Manchester Orchestra re-posted a trilogy of videos from a 24-hour drive in a van from their 2007 tour. Featured prominently in the insanity are Kevin Devine and Brand New's Jesse Lacey. The band head out on their first tour in a while very soon, and dates can be seen here. Check out all of the videos in the replies to reacquaint yourself with ManOrch on the road.
Kyle Even has left Breathe Carolina. The band made the announcement in a a video that can be watched in the replies. The band also announced that they would be releasing a new album titled Savages in 2014.