BamboozleTV has "leaked" the very graphic and controversial music video for Schoolyard Heroes' "Dude, Where's My Skin." The video may only be up for a couple hours, so make sure you watch it before it's gone.
According to a recent Spin.com article, Schoolyard Heroes are causing quite a stir among the parents in their hometown of Seattle, Washington. The parents are citing the band's gruesome lyrics and obvious infatuation with the devil as horrible influences on their children. Read the article here. Mean-spirited menaces or orchestrated act?
Schoolyard Heroes have launched a full-album stream in support of their forthcoming release, Abominations, on their purevolume profile. The album is scheduled for release on September 18th courtesy of Stolen Transmission Records.
You can now pre-order the Schoolyard Heroes' forthcoming full-length release, Abominations, which will mark the group's first for Stolen Transmission Records. The purchase of every pre-order will come packaged with a limited edition autographed poster. Abominations is scheduled for release on September 18th via the label.
Schoolyard Heroes' Stolen Transmission debut, Abominations (produced by John Goodmanson, known for his work with Blonde Redhead, The Gossip, and Bikini Kill), is set for release on September 18th. The band has posted a song from the record titled "Dude, Where's My Skin" here.
Schoolyard Heroes' Stolen Transmission debut, Abominations, is hitting shelves on September 18th. The Seattle, WA band is playing this year's Bumbershoot Festival on September 3rd. Check out their first released song, "Dude, Where's My Skin," here.