At Sherwood's hometown show last night in San Luis Obispo, Nate announced that the band would continue on. He said to expect a new album next summer and that they would be setting up a website where fans could donate to the currently unsigned band to help make the record.
At last night's show in San Francisco, Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter explained that his band's next release will not be set in their typical storyline (Acts 1-10). Instead they will work on a long-postponed series of releases devoted to colors. The band will record 9 EPs this summer, each one named after a different color.
At New Found Glory and Dashboard Confessional's acoustic show in Salt Lake City, I asked Chad when or if the NFG/DC split is coming out. He said that the 7" split will be for sale on the last couple shows of this tour.
One of our users recordedBrand New's in-store performance at Vintage Vinyl in Fords, New Jersey. In the replies you will find videos of all the songs performed, as well as, Jesse talking about vinyl, local record shops, going on smaller tours, and his thoughts about the leak.
At the Brand New show last night at the Troubadour in Hollywood, Jesse Lacey talked about how the upcoming album, Daisy, may be the last full-length that Brand New puts out. Right as people started yelling, Jesse assured the crowd that it wouldn't be the last Brand New material, but rather the last physical album they release.
At Friday's I Am the Avalanche show in Brookyln, the band told the crowd that they have recently finished recording 25 demos and that it is all up to a certain label to find the money to release them. They played 18 songs including "Waiting Room" by Fugazi, "Tired of Sex" by Weezer and "Turnpike Gates" by Lifetime. They also played a new song entitled "The Place You Love is Gone."
One of our users talked with Eddie Reyes of Taking Back Sunday at a recent Thursday show, who said the band's upcoming New Again will be like Tell All Your Friends but heavier. Read the full report below.
Last night at the Funeral For a Friend show, Doug from The Sleeping announced during their set that next month they're going to be playing a series of headlining CD release shows and that dates will be announced shortly.
During All Time Low's stop in Milwaukee, Alex Gaskarth played a new song entitled "The Promise" solo acoustic and mentioned that the band would be recording their new album after tour was finished, joking that it would "make the Beatles sound bad."
During the Easy Core Tour's stop in Grand Rapids, MI last night, International Superheroes of Hardcore announced that they'll be releasing a new 7" this year titled Harry Potter is Hardcore through Bridge 9 Records. Additionally, New Found Glory dedicated "Sonny" to those lost in yesterday morning's plane crash involving Travis Barker and Adam Goldstein.