Is To Feel will be releasing their debut full length, Llorona, in October. The album was produced by Andreas Magnusson (Scarlet, Twelve Tribes) and mastered by Allan Douches (Underoath, Every Time I Die). Also, James from The Bled makes a guest appearance on the album. Expect some new material to surface in about a week.
Catch 22 have released a full album stream online in celebration of their new album, Permanent Revolution, which you can find right here. Along with allowing fans to hear each song from the album, the stream features interviews with the band discussing each track. Permanent Revolution is set to hit stores tomorrow, Tuesday, June 27th, 2006 via Victory Records.
The Static Age has just finished recording a new full length with Mike Birnbaum and Chris Bittner (Coheed & Cambria, Straylight Run, Codeseven). The band's new label, the title of the album, and the track listing will all be announced shortly. Get stoked.
Check out the rest of our AbsolutExclusive of Damiera's upcoming album, M(US)IC, streaming here on AP.net. It releases this coming Tuesday through Tamerlane Recordings. Please preorder the album if you like it, and leave your comments on the CD in the replies. (Review)
Transition's new album, Get There, is now streaming in its entirety on the band's AP.net profile. The record hits stores on Tuesday, so pick it up if you like what you hear! Also, here's the video for the first single, "Excusable," in case you haven't seen it yet.
Rookie of the Year's new album, The Goodnight Moon, is currently streaming in its entirety on pureVOLUME.com. The record hits stores on April 11th through 111 Records, and is currently available for pre-order here (pre-orders come with a free trucker hat while supplies last).
Don't forget - the first four tracks from Hit the Lights' new record are now streaming on the band's AP.net profile. If you like what you hear, make sure to pre-order the album, and feel free to tell all your friends about it too. Tracks 5-8 will be up late Friday night/early Saturday morning.
Further Seems Forever's greatest hits album, Hope This Finds You Well, can now be streamed in its entirety at MSN Music. The album, which also includes b-sides and unreleased tracks, came out today through Tooth and Nail.
The Walkmen will release their third album A Hundred Miles Off on May 23rd through Record Collection, with the tracklist below.. It runs for about 42 minutes and was recorded at Marcata Studios in Harlem; it was self-produced but they were helped by engineer Don Zientara (Fugazi, The Dismemberment Plan). They will be touring the US and UK in May and June after Coachella.