The Juliana Theory's 28 B-Sides And Rarities are now available on iTunes and Amazon. The band is playing a show in Brooklyn, NY tonight, which will be followed by their last show ever in Pittsburgh, PA on September 11th. All ticket sales from their last show will be donated to the Mario Lemieux Foundation.
The Juliana Theory's Music From Another Room is now available for preorder from Enjoy the Ride Records here. Quantities are limited, but we have something even more rare for you. Enter our contest to win a test pressing of the record (limited to 24, hand-numbered, on blank white picture disc vinyl) here.
Due to the complex packaging that's being assembled for the 10th anniversary vinyl re-release of The Juliana Theory's Understand This Is A Dream, the record will now be shipping on April 15th instead of late March.
The Juliana Theory's Music From Another Room will be released on vinyl this spring via Enjoy the Ride Records. Three colors (metallic bronze, metallic silver, and metallic gold) will be available, each limited to 200 copies. They all come with a screen printed slip mat and feature an unreleased B-side entitled "Walk Like Johnny Walker".
Edit: Thanks to Josh and Chad for taking part in this chat. Be sure to check out their new band, Vesta, and get ready for some new music.
Josh Fiedler and Chad Alan (formerly of The Juliana Theory) will be chatting in this thread at approximately 9 p.m. EST. Come in and say hello, find out about their new projects, or discuss the glory Juliana Theory days.
Josh Fiedler, Josh Kosker, and Chad Monticue, formerly of The Juliana Theory, have announced their new band, Vesta. Demos will be posted shortly and they have announced their first show on their myspace.
I have posted my interview with Brett Detar, vocalist for The Juliana Theory, here. He took the time to answer nearly EVERY question of importance you guys had to ask. From the emogame to his use of Dapper Dan, to future endeavors of the band. The best interview I've been apart of by far. Enjoy.
I'll be interviewing Brett Detar, singer of The Juliana Theory(RIP), tomorrow afternoon. This is your last chance to submit a question if you haven't already. This could be the last we hear from him for awhile.
I'll be interviewing Brett Detar, formerly of The Juliana Theory, this week. If you have any questions, regarding the breakup, future plans, or anything you want to ask him, please post them in the replies.