The Classic Crime's new album, Albatross, is in stores now! Go to Best Buy (the actual store or online) and pick it up for a mere $9.99 through Sunday. You can also purchase the album on iTunes. If you're the type of person that needs to preview it first, check out the entire thing on AOL Music. Last but not least, enter the MySpace Contest the band is currently holding.
I will be interviewing The Classic Crime this Wednesday. Don't know much about them? Click here to read. Click here to listen. The Seattle locals will be releasing their first album, Alabatross, from Tooth & Nail Records tomorrow May 23rd. Expect a review from me soon. Leave your questions in the replies. Thanks!
The Classic Crime's debut album, Albatross, hits stores on May 23rd. Head over to pureVOLUME to check out the newest song off the album, "Blisters & Coffee." You can also watch the video for "The Fight."
Beginning April 6th Crime In Stereo will join the Set Your Goals tour in Raleigh, North Carolina. This comes two weeks earlier than planned due to poor logistics and cancellations on the current Against All Authority tour.
Crime In Stereo have announced two record release shows for their upcoming album, The Troubled Stateside, which hits shelves on April 18th. Both shows will be held at TGIF Sights and Sounds on Long Island, NY and will take place on May 12th and 14th. Kill Your Idols, Paint It Black, With Honor, Dead Hearts, Blacklisted and more will be playing with them.
On April 18th the Long Island-based, Crime In Stereo will release their Nitro Records debut, The Troubled Stateside. The band's hardcore roots remain intact on this album, but they continue to move beyond the genre with more mid-tempo tracks, and vocalist, Kristian Hallbert, dropping it down a notch occasionally from his usual high-energy delivery to a more melodic approach. Lyrically, The Troubled Stateside is a study of a touring band, the industry they're up against, the state of their nation, and their impending adulthood. Listen to a new MP3 of "Bicycles for Afghanistan".