At last night's Thrice/Circa Survive show, Anthony Green mentioned that they'd be going into the studio this summer to record new songs, as well as played several alternate/extended versions of their songs.
Circa Survive are going to be doing some interesting things during their upcoming tour with Thrice to help out Invisible Children. They will be selling downloads of an unreleased song and giving away a painted guitar and autographed snare drum. Full details are in the replies.
Thrice's The Alchemy Index Vols. 3 & 4: Air & Water is available for pre-order for $8.99 at the Vagrant Store. You can also pick up Vols. 1 & 2: Fire & Water for the same price. The band's headlining tour with Circa Survive and Pelican will begin on April 16. For dates and ticket information, head to Thrice's myspace.
Anthony Green's side project, Moshtradamus, is not him cheating on Circa Survive...it's more him masturbating while Circa Survive isn't home. This side project will see a release sometime in 2008; a message from Anthony and dates can be found below.
Circa Survive will be premiering their new video for "The Difference Between Medicine and Poison Is In The Dose" today on Fuse. The video will appear at 3:30pm EST (12:30pm PST) on Oven Fresh and 7:00pm EST (4:00pm PST) on Steven's Untitled Rock Show. Check the replies for the teaser flyer.
I've just uploaded a ton of photos from the Calgary stop (07/05/07) of Warped tour into our buzznet account, so check it out! There are tons of photos including stage shots of Paramore, Cute is What We Aim For, and Coheed and Cambria as well as some behind the scenes pictures of some of our upcoming video footage with Circa Survive! Check the replies for some sneak peeks at the photos on the site.
Circa Survivedebuted at number twenty-four on the Billboard charts this week selling over 24,000 copies of their new full-length release, On Letting Go. The album is available in-stores now via Equal Vision Records.
Circa Survive have posted a bulletin with their thoughts on the release of On Letting Go, which comes out today. The band touches on issues related to downloading and the industry, and is an interesting read. You can check out the message in the replies and read my review of the record here.