A fan present at Nightmare of You's recent 10-year anniversary show has posted videos of the band performing "My Name is Trouble" and "I Want To Be Buried In Your Backyard." iPhone quality, be warned. Check them out in the replies.
To commemorate the 10 year anniversary of our debut/self-titled album, Nightmare Of You will be performing for the first time in over 6 years at Bowery Ballroom in NYC on December 11th. To celebrate this landmark, we will be playing the self-titled album in its entirety. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 12pm here. Come join founding members Brandon Reilly, Joseph McCaffrey and Sammy Siegler (along with special guests) for this very unique and special occasion.
Remember Nightmare of You? They've always been a favorite of the AP.net staff and we're thrilled to exclusively bring you a new song from the band's upcoming Nightmares 7" split with the punk group Nightmares For A Week. As an added bonus, we're also streaming a new NFAW song from the split as well. You can stream both songs in the replies as well as pre-order the split from Paper + Plastickhere.
So last night I received a tweet back from Nightmare Of You saying that if they'd release another album or EP, they would want to do it through a label, and then asked for suggestions. So I've called upon you, faithful AP.net reader, to suggest some labels that would be a great fit for a great band.
Vinnie Caruana played a new I Am The Avalanche song at the recent Barbary show in Philadelphia. He said it "may be" on the new record before playing the song, then said that the new album is too up tempo for this song. Head to the replies to see a video. Vinnie also asked the crowd if anyone would be seeing their The Movielife show next month in May and that there "may be" more shows after that. Kenny Vasoli also played a new The Starting Line song and Brandon Reilly played a new Nightmare of You song.
1) Good Morning, Waster
2) Eustacia Vye
3) I Think I'm Getting Older
4) Someday But Not Today
6) Experimental Bed
9) Tell Me When It's Over
10) A Pair Of Blue Eyes
11) Please Don't Answer Me
12) Goodnight, Devil
Nightmare of You had to cancel their earlier tour with Cartel as a result of singer Brandon Reilly being in a psychiatric hospital, says Stolen Transmission Records founder Sarah Lewitinn in a blog post.