There's all kinds of speculation going around about Tyler Carter's future - some think he's joined Isles & Glaciers, while others believe he's working on a new band with his old Woe, Is Me buddies. Head here to read the interview where he addresses the rumors and reveals information on a new song featuring Roy English (Brandon Wronski of Eye Alaska).
The 10th AP.net user to post in this thread will win a pair of tickets to see Saosin, P.O.S., Eye Alaska and Innerpartysystem at Crocodile Rock in Allentown, PA tomorrow, December 3rd. And please be mindful - in order to win, you must be able to attend the show.
Edit: The chat is now over. Many thanks to the bands for finding a random library with Internet and spending a few hours of quality time with AP.netters. The PacSun Tour - don't miss it.
We'll have the bands from the PacSun Tour (Saosin, P.O.S., Eye Alaska and Innerpartysystem) chatting in this thread at approximately 7 p.m. EST. Ask 'em how the tour is going, what cities are treating them well, or anything else that comes to mind.
Fearless is set to release Eye Alaska's new full-length, Genesis Underground, this Tuesday. The record is a pop-rock trip with refreshing tints of Rnb and hip-hop, and can be streamed in entirety on the band's AP.net Profile.
Eye Alaska's upcoming album, Genesis Underground, is now available for pre-order at MerchNow, SmartPunk and Interpunk. Pre-order the album bundle and receive an autographed booklet and a limited edition t-shirt.
Eye Alaska's digital single for "Walk Like A Gentleman," is now available at iTunes. The song is from the band's upcoming release Genesis Underground. Check the replies for album art and track listing.
There For Tomorrow and Eye Alaska will be tonight's guests on DJ Rossstar's Punk Rock Show, starting at 7PM PST. You can watch the show EXCLUSIVELY on Stickam and call (818) 641-1605 to leave questions for the artist(s)
The chat with Eye Alaska, VersaEmerge, and The Arrival has now come to a close. However, you are more than happy to stay in the thread, and talk with the bands as long as they stick around. Thanks to everyone involved.