At the Ace Enders show in Pittsburgh, PA he announced The Early November DVD will be released January 9, and told fans to expect a b-sides CD from the band this Winter. He also mentioned his new band will be on Drive-Thru Records, and they're planning an upcoming tour with Steel Train.
Lastly, Enders told everyone to come visit AbsolutePunk.net and join the site.
At last night's Bowling For Soup show in Tempe, AZ, the band wrote a song on-the-spot for a pregnant lady in the crowd called "Jager For The Baby." Then, after that, a girl handed Eric her phone with a text message asking him to call her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her with her best friend. The whole band proceeded to call him an "asshole" and make fun of him.
Last night at his Chicago tour stop, Ace Enders announced that The Early November DVD will be released in the Winter. He also said that he would be going back out on tour with a full band in October. The set list from the show can be seen below.
During mewithoutYou's set at the Purple Door festival on Saturday, August 18th, Aaron Weiss commented that Chris Kleinberg had gone off to finish his education. A friend of the band named Peter was filling in for the evening.
At the first date of the Alesana/Mayday Parade/Four Year Strong tour, Alesana played a new song called "Everyone Calls Us Tragedy" and said they will begin recording their new album in January. Mayday Parade announced a trip to Austrailia with Paramore in October.
Last night Taking Back Sunday's set at Projekt Revolution, Adam Lazzara announced that guitarist, Eddie Reyes, had to temporarily leave the tour due to his son being born on Saturday. Filling in for him was Saosin's Justin Shekoski.
At The Sleeping tour stop in Chicago, I Am The Avalanche played two new songs; one of them was called "What Happened To The Brooklyn Dodgers?". After the show, I spoke with Vinnie and he said that the two new songs will be on the band's forthcoming album and that "Dodgers" will be online soon after they record the demo again.
Brand New played all of the tracks (except "Good To Know If I Ever Need Attention All I Have To Do Is Die") from Deja Entendu in order at their Manchester, UK show last night. The whole setlist is below.
I just got back from the Taking Back Sunday show at the House Of Blues here in Chicago a little bit ago and there were at least a couple of professional quality cameras filming the entire set, including one on a crazy robotic crane. The band didn't mention anything about them, but I'm guessing a potential DVD coming soon.