Socratic posted a free download of "In a House," an acoustic B-side from their last album, on soundcloud. You can also watch them perform covers of the Pixies' "Where Is My Mind and The Beatles' "In My Life" in the replies.
Socratic will be recording a live studio EP, and they're taking requests from AP.net readers. Head to the replies to read a message from the band, and then leave a comment with the songs that you want to hear.
Socratic bassist, Lou Panico, has been hospitalized due to sustaining injures while attempting to stop a car hijacking in the parking lot of his local New Jersey Guitar Center. See full details in the replies.
Socratic's 2005 debut album, Lunch for the Sky, is now available on vinyl, and we're teaming up with Broken Heart Records to give away a copy. Leave a comment in the replies with why you deserve to win, and the best answer will receive a limited edition record. The band will be performing the album in its entirety this Saturday in New Jersey. Read my review of the release here, and pick up a copy here.
Socratic will be pressing and releasing their new self-titled record on vinyl this June, and the band will be pressing their very first record Lunch For The Sky (originally released September 6th, 2005 by Drive-Thru Records) on vinyl as well.
Last Saturday I journeyed through time and space Ė okay, it was a cell phone Ė to talk to Socratic vocalist Duane F. Okun about the band's new record, life for Socratic post-Drive-Thru records and what we can expect from the band now that they've released Socratic. Read the interview here.
Today, we are proud to be bringing you an exclusive stream of "Curtain Call", a brand new song from Socratic. The song comes from the band's self-titled album that will be available tomorrow through Socratic's Bandcamp, where you can name-your-own-price for the Jersey band's first record in nearly four years. Head over to the band's AP.net profile to check it out, and let us know what you think in the replies!
Some have accused Socratic of cheating in the Denny's All Nighter contest. To this, they have issued a statement. Read it below and vote for them to win so we can all get some free food out of the deal.
Socratic have posted a new song on their myspace and have announced their summer tour with Bedlight For Blue Eyes, Driving East, and Mercy Mercedes. Official dates will be announced soon. Socratic's new album Spread the Rumors (produced by Mark Hoppus) is only $8 and can be found on iTunes and Best Buys everywhere.