Today, we bring the final in-studio videos of Maylene and the Sons of Disaster working on their latest album, IV. Check the replies for that, and don't forgot the new album came out yesterday, so pick it up.
Today, we bring the first of two in-studio videos of Maylene and the Sons of Disaster working on their upcoming new album, IV. Check the replies for that, and don't forgot the new album hits stores next Tuesday, September 27th.
SLP Concerts has teamed up with us to give away 2 pairs of tickets to see The Inked Music Tour featuring The Damned Things and Maylene and The Sons Of Disaster at Northern Lights in Clifton Park, NY tomorrow night. If you would like to attend the show, you must "Like" the Facebook page and write "AP.net sent me!" on the wall. You must include your email so you can be contacted if you are selected.
Maylene and The Sons of Disaster vocalist Dallas Taylor will not be able to join the band on their upcoming tour with All That Remains. Schulyar Croom of He Is Legend will be filling in. A message from Taylor can be found in the replies.
We're never going to be as fierce as southern metalcore wizards Maylene and The Sons of Disaster, but we're going to try by giving you a new song to stream exclusively, "Harvest Moon Hanging", on their AP.net Profile. The track is off the band's upcoming June 23rd release titled III. You might want to hold on.
A Static Lullaby and Maylene and The Sons of Disaster will be hitting the road together this fall to tour nationwide. The tour, sponsored by Hurley, will also include Showbread, Confide, and Attack Attack! The tour kicks off on September 26th in Memphis, TN and ends on November 15, 2008.
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster have completed work on their new music video for "Darkest of Kin." The video, which was filmed on location at the Hurley Studios in Costa Mesa, California, is expected to surface online shortly. The track is taken from the group's latest release, II, which is available now via Ferret Music.