After just getting off the road with AFI, The Static Age seems to be garnering alot of attention from major record labels as of late. Their current release Blank Screens can be streamed in its entirety on the band's purevolume page.
This Day & Age has posted another new song, "Eustace," from their new album, The Bell and The Hammer, on their MySpace page. Please don't forget that this incredibly stunning and beautiful album hits stores next Tuesday, August 22nd.
This Day & Age's new album, The Bell and The Hammer, will hit shelves in less than two weeks. You can currently stream half of the album on their PureVolume, which I highly recommend you do so you can get a glimpse into this great disc. Make sure you help the band out and buy your own personal copy (and maybe some extras for some relatives or friends) when it's released; you don't want to miss one of the albums that is for sure going to fall into my Top 10 of 2006.
The Static Age has posted three new songs on pureVOLUME.com. The band's new album, Blank Screens, is set to hit stores on September 19th via Reignition. If you haven't heard The Static Age yet, now would be a good time to fix that problem.
The Static Age's new album, Blank Screens, is set to hit stores on September 19th through Reignition Records. The track listing can be found below, and a small version of the album art is attached in the replies.
Not only have This Day & Age posted a couple new songs on their AP.net profile, but they've also included some on their PureVolume. I highly recommend checking these guys out if you haven't already. And if you have before, but weren't too fond then, try again because the new sound is leaps ahead of the old stuff. I'm pretty confident in saying these guys are going to release one of the best albums this year and are definitely going places.
Tomorrow, June 28th, we will be posting two brand new and ABSOLUTExclusiveThis Day & Age songs, and on June 29th they will also release yet another song on their Purevolume page. The songs come from their upcoming release titled The Bell and the Hammer set to drop on August 22nd through OneEleven Records.
The Static Age has just finished recording a new full length with Mike Birnbaum and Chris Bittner (Coheed & Cambria, Straylight Run, Codeseven). The band's new label, the title of the album, and the track listing will all be announced shortly. Get stoked.
While The Static Age has been negotiating with labels for their next release, they are slated to enter the studio in the beginning of May to record a new EP. Their European tour has been pushed back because of this, and they are very sorry to all of their European fans, but they will make it up soon. The producer and label for the EP have yet to be announced, but of course we'll keep you posted.
As we mentioned earlier, This Day & Age will be leaving Buffalo for Kansas next week in order to record their new album with producer Ed Rose; however, we just got word the band will be co-producing it with him. Also, I just had the oppurtunity to hear a couple more demos and my anticipation for this just keeps growing and growing -- this band has seriously outdone themselves. Expect big, beautiful things from these guys! Maybe, just maybe, you'll be able to hear some new music very soon right here at Absolutepunk.net!
This Day and Age will enter the studio in two weeks to begin recording a follow-up to Always Leave The Ground, the album should be in stores by August. Also, the band will be touring with Valencia, June and This Providence in May; tour dates will be announced soon.
New featured download: The Static Age's "Amphibian." Matt Squire (Northstar, The Receiving End of Sirens) produced the band's debut full length, Neon Nights Electric Lives - you know it's gotta be good.
This Day and Age has posted a previously unreleased version of "Be Thou My Vision" on their Myspace page. The song was recorded about a year ago with Aaron Marsh (Copeland), and will not be on the band's forthcoming new album.
June will be headlining their first tour in May / June. Support will be split into two legs with This Day And Age, Valencia and This Providence playing the east coast dates. West coast support and dates will be announced soon.
The Static Age is looking to add a fifth member to their band. If you have experience playing guitar/keys, are interested, and are prepared to quit life and rehearse/tour/record for the forseeable future, you can contact the band through their MySpace page.
The Static Age is currently streaming their debut full length, Neon Nights Electric Lives, in its entirety over at pureVOLUME.com. Neon Nights Electric Lives was produced by Matt Squire (Northstar, The Receiving End of Sirens).
This Day And Age will head into the studio next month to begin recording wirh producer Ed Rose (Get Up Kids, Spill Canvas, Houston Calls). Expect their new record to hit shelves in July...be on the lookout for a sneak peak soon!
The Static Age will be playing their first show with their new drummer on Saturday at The Rongovian Embassy in Ithaca, NY. The band will also be appearing on 91.7 WICB's "Countdown to the Weekend" (Ithaca, NY) tomorrow at 4PM EST for an interview and acoustic performance. Click here to tune in.
This Day & Age have returned home from their trip to Japan, and are now back in the process of writing material for their new album. The band heads into Black Lodge Studio to begin recording the new record with Ed Rose on March 26th and will be there until April 18th. Before that, though, the band will be on the road with Waking Ashland and Sherwood from March 1st to March 8th; these are the band's only shows until May. Last but not least, the band has been confirmed for Bamboozle on May 6th.
This Day & Age will be heading to Japan with Rufio and Over It. Dates are below. Also, the band wants everyone to know that they miss you all, and are really looking forward to getting back on the road once they finish their new album.
The Static Age will be entering the studio this coming year to record their sophomore full length with Matt Squire (Northstar, The Receiving End of Sirens, Panic! At the Disco). The band's debut, Neon Nights Electric Lives, was also produced by Squire. Be sure to check out our featured download of "Vertigo (Radio Edit)."
This Day & Age have added two new songs from their Always Leave The Ground album to their pureVOLUME site. If you don't own this album or you have still yet to check out this band, then you're seriously depriving yourself of some beautiful music.
After more than a year on the road in support of their debut album, ...Always Leave The Ground, This Day & Age are now home and have begun working on and writing their next record. They'll be back in the studio with Ed Rose in March. In the meantime, try not to forget about them, they will be back in the spring with new songs and more fun.
This is one of my most anticipated albums for '06 -- who else is excited?