01. For A Pessimist, I'm Pretty Optimistic
02. That's What You Get
04. Misery Business
05. When It Rains
06. Let The Flames Begin
09. We Are Broken
11. Born For This
The full tracklisting, including bonus content, and artwork has been released for Alesana's upcoming album, On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax. Head to the band's MySpace to see for yourself; the street date is March 20th via Fearless Records.
I've uploaded the album artwork for the new album from The Decemberists, The Crane Wife. The album hits stores on October 3rd. As a fan of the band for a long time, I must say that this album is more polished than their previous efforts but it still sounds more like their older material than Picaresque - just my two cents.
DrivingThru.co.uk posted a new Hellogoodbye banner that gives us an idea of what the cover art of the band's new album, Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!, will look like. Be sure to pick up the disc in stores on August 8th.
The version of the cover of Dog Problems we posted yesterday was not the final copy. The Format have been kind enough to provide us with a corrected version, which can be seen here. Refresh if you're still seeing the old one.
The track listing for The Sleeping's new album, Questions and Answers, can be found below, and I have uploaded a hi-res version of the artwork to our multimedia gallery. The record is set to hit stores on May 30th through Victory Records.
Takota's new album, The Ivory Tower (produced by Brandon Saller of Atreyu), is set for a May 16th release date (Remind Me) through Ares/Revelation and is now available for pre-order (pre-orders come with a free shirt). The track listing is below and I have attached the artwork in the replies.
Below is the tracklisting for Built to Spill's new album, You In Reverse, and I have attached the artwork in the replies. You In Reverse, the band's first album in five years, is set to hit stores on April 11th via Warner Brothers Records:
1. Goin' Against Your Mind
5. Wherever You Go
6. Conventional Wisdom
8. Mess Wtih Time
9. Just A Habit
10. The Wait
I've attached the artwork for Rookie of the Year's new album, The Goodnight Moon, in the replies, as well as some photos from their sold out show in Philadelphia with Valencia and Day at the Fair. If you're in the New York area, make sure to check out the band's show tomorrow (January 31st) at the Knitting Factory. The Goodnight Moon is set to hit stores on April 11th via 111 Records; you can check out some samplers from the album on the band's pureVOLUME.com page.