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Keagan Ilvonen 08/03/12 08:42 AM

Allister To Release 'Life Behind Machines'
 
Allister will release their new record, Life Behind Machines via Universal Japan on October 3rd, 2012.

Track Listing:
1. 5 Years
2. A Thousand Miles Away
3. Haley
4. Stuck Powered On
5. Drive
6. Pretty Damn Close
7. Tehered to the Wall
8. Something Better
9. If You Didn't Mean It
10. Live Fast Die Young
11. Perfect Harmony
12. Loco-Motion (Cover)

Submitted by PerfectChaos337

atticusfinch 08/03/12 08:52 AM

huzzah?!?!?!!

I wish these guys would go on tour with TSL/TEN again.

buddah knome 08/03/12 08:56 AM

Excited but I wish this was being released in the us! It also looks like if that picture is current on the site then 3 out of 4 original members are in which is very cool!

Fox83 08/03/12 09:08 AM

As long as Tim Rogner is involved, I'm buying.

TSLataris 08/03/12 09:17 AM

Cannot wait! This band is way underrated in North America.

chokeychicken 08/03/12 09:34 AM

lol. god. really?

botDs-r 08/03/12 09:57 AM

so exciting

GetUpAndrew 08/03/12 10:43 AM

Totally unexpected, probably I'll give this a few spins.

combatchuckaa 08/03/12 10:43 AM

I wish Allister, an American band, would release their albums in...America. I get that they are much more successful in Japan than here but still.

L-dawg 08/03/12 10:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by combatchuckaa (Post 111389382)
I wish Allister, an American band, would release their albums in...America. I get that they are much more successful in Japan than here but still.

I am working on it or at least trying.

combatchuckaa 08/03/12 10:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L-dawg (Post 111389732)
I am working on it or at least trying.


Good to hear! :)

fsmith84 08/03/12 12:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by combatchuckaa (Post 111390022)
Good to hear! :)

GREAT to hear. "Last Stop Suburbia" is a record I have in my car at all times. Can't wait to hear this.

kidinthebushes 08/03/12 12:10 PM

Their last album didn't make much of a splash. I'm glad they are putting another one out again.

punchlinekid182 08/03/12 12:13 PM

1 week after the realease date is the 10 year anniversary of "last stop suburbia"

PeteRoe 08/03/12 12:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by combatchuckaa (Post 111389382)
I wish Allister, an American band, would release their albums in...America. I get that they are much more successful in Japan than here but still.

Don't think it really matters to be honest. We live in the digital age, you will be able to obtain it no problem.

Avalanche1 08/03/12 02:07 PM

Awesome. Will check this out.

boomer08 08/03/12 02:58 PM

Stoked. Will be ordering from Japan.

Dan1234 08/03/12 09:38 PM

Fuck yes, so excited. Every single thing they put out is nothing short of fantastic. I swear i've listened to every cd by them over and over and over and over again and again.

I have no fucking earthly idea why these guys aren't a lot bigger than they are. Fuck yeah to them for keeping the band going after all these years, i hope they do a tour and hit the southeast. They haven't been to Atlanta since the Fenix tour in 05

Matt Chylak 08/03/12 11:15 PM

yeahhhh

combatchuckaa 08/03/12 11:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PeteRoe (Post 111394722)
Don't think it really matters to be honest. We live in the digital age, you will be able to obtain it no problem.


It does matter. I don't want lame digital copies of Allister's new albums. Physical copies of their albums are being released in Japan- release physical copies in the U.S. Plain and simple.

PerfectChaos337 08/04/12 02:41 AM

Allister rules and I'm stoked to hear this. They're just as, if not more impressive than most of the pop-influenced pop-punk bands around now. I wish they were still in the scene over here and made an attempt to tour with relevant bands. Surprised they don't get more respect or tour offers though. Still, it's great that they're so popular in Japan, that must be so cool.

PeteRoe 08/04/12 03:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by combatchuckaa (Post 111419112)
It does matter. I don't want lame digital copies of Allister's new albums. Physical copies of their albums are being released in Japan- release physical copies in the U.S. Plain and simple.


Fair enough. I don't value having the physical copy of an album anymore. I only really care about hearing an album rather than artwork and such like. I used to care but not so much these days.

Nick VanderMaas 08/04/12 08:50 AM

YES. YES. fuck yes.

poppunkwayo 08/04/12 12:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by buddah knome (Post 111383852)
Excited but I wish this was being released in the us! It also looks like if that picture is current on the site then 3 out of 4 original members are in which is very cool!

all four of those members are still in allister and have been since before the blackout, scott & tim are the only original original members.

gr33ndayfr3ak 10/03/12 09:54 PM

This was released today, anyone heard it yet?

KRaider10 10/06/12 02:50 PM

I would love too but everything I've found online points to Japan downloads only. Can anyone help?!

L-dawg 10/06/12 06:34 PM

They will have a US release as well.