Edit: The chat is now over. Thanks a ton to the guys in Damiera for taking the time to speak with everyone.
The guys from Damiera will be chatting here on AP.net today at 5 PM Eastern. There are two new songs streaming on their AP.net profile, and the new album, Quiet Mouth, Loud Hands, will be out next Tuesday. The band will be under the usernames DamieraDave, DamieraJayson, DamieraSteve, and Joshuadavid.
From now until June 23rd, if you sign up for Damiera's mailing list, you will get a free download of their first album, M(US)IC. You can sign up on their myspace or website. Remember Quiet Mouth, Loud Hands comes out next Tuesday.
Want to hear a new song from Damiera? The title track to their new album, Quiet Mouth, Loud Hands, is now streaming on the band's AP.net profile. As part of this ABSOLUTExclusive, we will also have another new song coming in the next few days. The album will be in stores on June 24th via Equal Vision Records.
Damiera will be heading out on tour at the end of June with Dr. Manhattan and The Gay Blades to support their forthcoming record, Quiet Mouth, Loud Hands, which hits stores on June 24th. Tour dates are in the replies, and more will be announced soon.
Damiera's new album, Quiet Mouth Loud Hands, will be available for just $5 as a pre-order on Tuesday. The catch is that Equal Vision Records is only offering it for that price for one day. The band's sophomore album hits stores on June 24th.
Damiera is currently in pre-production to record the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, M(US)IC, this winter. Jayson Dezuzio, now the band's bassist, will produce again, along with singer Dave Raymond. While in the studio, the band will post periodic video blogs detailing the recording process. Their current tour with Moros Eros and The Stiletto Formal will your last opportunity to catch Damiera live until 2008.
Damiera is currently hard at work writing material for their new album, which they will begin recording immediately after their upcoming tour with Moros Eros. The band will be recording their follow up to M(US)IC with producer (and now band member) Jayson DeZuzio once again. The dates for the band's upcoming tour can be seen below; it will be the last chance for fans to see the group until the spring.
Damiera will return to the studio this November to begin work on their forthcoming, full-length release, which is expected to see release next year courtesy of Equal Vision Records. The quartet are currently touring in support of their latest offering, M(US)IC, which is available now via the label.
Damiera will have two songs included on an Equal Vision sampler disc in the newest issue of Alternative Press. If you've been living under a rock, make sure you check out M(US)IC later this month, which is due to be re-released January 23rd on Equal Vision. (Absolutepunk Review)
Damiera will be doing a ton of touring in 2007 to support Equal Vision's re-release of M(US)IC. Below are the final tour dates for their tour with The Fall of Troy, Portugal the Man, and Tera Melos. The band is touring out to the West Coast the week before (dates to be announced soon). In late February, Damiera heads to the Northwest for a week with Tera Melos and Brilliant Red Lights. If you'd like to help with booking the Northwest tour, e-mail their manager at email@example.com. And if that wasn't enough, the band will be supporting a very cool full-US tour starting in March. Full info will be released next week, and you can find the headliner hint below all of the tour dates.
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Damiera are playing a show at the Talent Farm in Florida tonight and you can watch a streaming video of the show on the Talent Farm's website. The band will be going on at about 8:00 PST or so. You can watch here. The rest of the dates on their tour are below as well.
In case you can't make it to Damiera's show in Pembroke Pines, FL tonight, you're in luck, as their concert will be streamed on The Talent Farm's web site. The show begins at 7PM EST, and Damiera goes on at 9. Don't miss it - I saw these guys a week ago in New York, and they are definitely one of the tightest bands I've seen in a while. If you like what you see and hear, Damiera's tour dates can be found below.