Thursday recently shot their video for "At This Velocity" in New York City last week with Travis Kopach. In related new the band has also joined up with the Taste Of Chaos tour in New Zealand and Australia.
The Holly Springs Disaster has finished recording new material for an EP due out sometime in November (more details shortly). The band are currently lining up a tour in Canada with other acts soon to be confirmed.
Much The Same has finished recording their sophmore album, Survive, and will release it on August 29th. Check out "The Greatest Betrayal," the first track from the record, as well as the cover art at the band's MySpace. The effort was produced by Cameron Webb. Tracklisting is below.
Walls Of Jericho has finished filming a video for the song, "A Trigger Full of Promises," the first single from the group's upcoming Trustkill Records release. Directed by Dale Resteghini (Fall Out Boy, Hatebreed), the video was shot in one day "in discarded prison cells located deep in the rural countryside of Pennsylvania." According to drummer Dustin Schoenhofer, "We wanted the video to be full of dark undertones, to match the lyrical theme of the song."
Intramural (Denver Dalley of Statistics) has finished recording their debut for Slowdance, which features guest appearances by members of Brand New, The Velvet Teen and many more. I will have more info on this record very soon.
The Transit War has dropped off the east coast portion of the Panic Division / Aphasia tour in order to put the finishing touches on a couple songs before their new album's deadline. The band did not lose files as previously reported. The band had no choice and this was the only time to do this. They will resume the tour April 11th in West Dundee, IL. Below are the rest of the tour dates with The Panic Division and Aphasia that The Transit War will be playing.
The Hush Sound just finished shooting their first video for "Crawling Towards the Sun" on Sunday. The video takes place at a high school talent show where the band plays themselves and a doppelganger band called "The Hush Staches." Pictures can be found at DontBeScene.com. Oh, and P.S.-- I hear Greta has a sick keyboard slam at the end!
On January 28th, Park finished recording their new album. According to the producer Cameron Webb, 11 songs were completed and the album is filled with "gems". Once the band arrives home, they will begin playing some midwest shows before heading out on a full U.S. tour. More details on the tour will be announced soon.