The Almost will be heading out on one last tour this year in June before Aaron devotes his full attention to Underoath again to promote the release of their new album late this summer. The Almost will be bringing out Emery, Envy on the Coast, and Army of Me; details are forthcoming. This will be the last chance to see The Almost before the band hits the studio this winter to start on the new Almost record.
Envy on the Coast's first episode of their tour life chronicles, When The Road Turns Into A Snake, can be seen in the replies. Envy and Photo Finish Records want to inform you they are going to make these videos available on iTunes for free. Please click here to subscribe, and be automatically updated when a new one comes out.
Update: The chat is now over. I would like to thank Envy On the Coast for taking part in this feature and staying for so long to answer questions. To those who have just visited AP.net for the first time, we're glad to have you, feel free to post in our forums.
Envy On the Coast will be chatting in this thread at approximately 9:00 p.m. EST. They will be under the names brianenvy,ryanenvy, salenvy, danenvy, and jerenvy. Come on in, say hello, and talk with the band about their most recent album, Lucy Gray, or anything else.
According to an anonymous source, the sound company hired to work at this past weekend's Saints and Sinners Festival ran into some major problems, caused the main stage to run an hour late, and messed up the patch work/didn't have the monitors working properly. In turn, this caused Ryan of Envy on the Coast to blow out his voice, forcing the band to cancel two weeks of touring. John D, the festival coordinator/promoter, told the sound company the damage they caused went beyond the price of their services and instructed the Saints and Sinners staff to drink some beers, eat pizza and watch the sound engineer and his one crew guy load out equipment by themselves. It took the two seven hours.
Envy on the Coast and Photo Finish Records have joined forces to offer fans the group's self-titled EP as a free download, in celebration of the label's one year anniversary. Sign up for the Photo Finish mailing list, and you will receive an exclusive link to download the release free-of-charge.
To celebrate the release of Envy On The Coast's debut full length Lucy Gray, Absolute Access was able to catch up with the band to discuss the new album. Watch as the band speaks about their approach to the full length and discloses some of the back story and details of some of the most meaningful tracks on the record. The segment can be seen here or in the replies.
Envy On The Coast is shooting a video for "Sugar Skulls", the first single from Lucy Gray, tomorrow. The video is being shot in Long Island, NY with director Travis Kopach (Circa Survive, Panic! At The Disco, The Format, Thursday) and will debut in August. The track is now available for purchase on iTunes.
Today we're proud to premiere an ABSOLUTExclusive track from one of our favorite up and coming bands Envy On The Coast. I fervently recommend that you head to the band's AP Profile and check out "Mirrors" from the band's forthcoming full-length Lucy Gray. There is also a message from the band regarding the premiere and their record.
01. Sugar Skulls
02. Artist and Repertoire
03. The Gift of Paralysis
04. Tell Them That She's Not Scared
05. (x) Amount of Truth
08. If God Smokes Cheap Cigars
09. Starving Your Friends
11. "...Because All Suffering Is Sweet to Me."
12. "I'm Breathing...Are You Breathing Too?"