An explanation for the confusion about
The Devil and God are Raging Inside of Me
can be read
Submitted by introduction Mike Kraft on 03/03/10 - 08:09 AM 65 Replies -
has a new interview with Brian from
, where he discusses the future record label/distribution of the band among other topics. Check it out
From the InterviewWe’re working it out, there is a lot of talk about it at the moment about what we do in future with regards to putting out records and whether we stay on our label and we’re in limbo right now trying to work it all out. We’re talking about recording another album but we don’t know whether it’s going to come out on a label or whether we just release songs in batches. Anton Djamoos on 01/22/10 - 09:45 AM 72 Replies -
Pleased to be the bearer of good news, as Triple Crown apparently
says not to believe
it's been canceled.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but we can confirm that
The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me double LP has been canceled
Statement from InterpunkWe're sorry to inform you that we have confirmed that the Brand New -The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me double LP has been cancelled. We listed this release due to an announcement from the label, which has now announced the cancellation the LP release. While we're almost certain the LP will be released in the future, we have been unable to get any estimated date so far.
Because the release is being officially... Anton Djamoos on 12/11/09 - 12:40 PM 119 Replies -
Former NBA player and current ESPN columnist Paul Shirley has written an
From the ColumnJust as the subjects of Raphael's paintings weren't the most important thing about them, the subjects of Lacey's lyrics aren't the whole point. The point is the commitment he pours into them. The point is the important questions he's asking. The point is that he's not preaching or proselytizing. The point is that he's expressing what it's like to be human and to be wrenched by the same questions that any reasonable human has: What am I doing? Why am I here? Is there anything else? Anton Djamoos on 10/27/09 - 12:09 PM 294 Replies -
We've managed to snag an audio interview with
's notoriously reserved frontman, Jesse Lacey. In it he reveals the group's thought process while writing
, the divisive new album
describes as "noisy, jagged art-punk riffs that routinely explode without warning". Stream the clip and leave your thoughts after the fold.
Garett Press on 09/23/09 - 01:11 PM 132 Replies -
what this CD will include: "At the Bottom (Radio Edit)" and "Jesus (Live)."
is giving away
CD's with two
songs that didn't make
if you pre-order the new album and attend the signing on September 22nd.
Submitted by live. Joe DeAndrea on 09/06/09 - 03:25 PM 184 Replies -