Gym Class Heroes are supposed to be returning to their roots for their new album, which might be titled PCC II. Also, Travis McCoy's solo album is scheduled for release this spring and is dubbed The Lazarus Project.
Travis McCoy's charity track "One At A Time" is now available on iTunes in the US and BandCamp everywhere else. 100% of the proceeds go back to MTV's Staying Alive Foundation that fund grassroots youth HIV and AIDS awareness projects across the globe. Also don't forget to check out the documentary of Travis' trip to South Africa, Phillipines, and India today on mtvU at 1PM and 7PM EST. Also, no need to worry GCH fans, the band has already started to work on their new album!
The AKAs have launched their holiday webstore. Everything is on sale, and every purchase comes with a digital download card with remixes of the band's songs, including a remix of "Dead Flowers" featuring Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes.
The A.K.A.'s have a download card to give away on their tour with Streetlight Manifesto and their headlining dates down to The Fest in Gainesville, which has dance and dub remixes of tracks from Everybody Make Some Noise! featuring guest appearances from Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes and Aimee Echo from The Start. To learn the secret password to get the card for free, check out their myspace blog.
Update: Rolling Stone is reporting that McCoy was arrested and charged with third-degree assault after his set, but was released this morning on $500 bond.
At Gym Class Heroes' set during Warped Tour on July 1st, a person in the crowd reportedly called Travis McCoy an "ignorant ******," which then resulted in McCoy striking the crowd member in the head with his microphone. A video of the aftermath can be seen in the replies.