You can stream a new We Came As Romans' song titled "I Survive (feat. Aaron Gillespie of The Almost)" over at MTV. The song is off the band's upcoming album, Tracing Back Roots, which is in stores next Tuesday, July 23rd.
Head to Purevolume to stream The Almost's new record, Fear Inside Our Bones. Warning: you do have to share it on Twitter or Facebook to hear it. The album releases this Tuesday, June 11th, on Tooth & Nail Records.
Today we're proud to bring you the lyric video for "Fear Inside Our Bones", the title track from The Almost's brand new album, out on June 11th on Tooth and Nail Records. When you pre-order the record here, you get the song "I'm Down". Head to the replies to check it out.
It is with extremely heavy hearts that we have to announce that we will no longer be a part of this upcoming tour with The Almost and Palisades.
Over the last few weeks, we've tried figuring out ways financially to have this tour make sense without us going further into debt, but the harsh reality is that we just can't. A tremendous amount of expenses go into doing a tour out west, and we truthfully just cannot dig another hole for ourselves.
Our sincerest apologies go out to anyone who was planning to come and see us, a huge thank you to The Almost for having considered us on their...
The Almost will release Fear Inside Our Bones on June 11th. You can view the art work in the replies and the track listing below.
02) Fear Inside Our Bones
03) Iím Down
04) Never Be Like You
05) Come On
06) The Flordia Sun
07) Fight Song
08) I Wonít Let Go
09) So What
10) Love Is Coming Down
11) Lonely Boy
It's like this curse as a musician where you can sometimes second-guess yourself. With this album I was like, 'Let's just write this record and see what happens.' I think as scatterbrained and overpopulated as the world is right now, it just needs honesty and I wanted the music to be fresh and honest even if the music isn't some crazy, avant-garde thing.
Makeshift Prodigy will be playing at Webster Hall in New York City tomorrow night with The Almost and All Get Out, and we have a pair of tickets to give away. The first person who is able to attend that posts in the replies will win.
This Wednesday at 7 PM EST, manager extraordinaire Randy Nichols will be chatting on AP.net. As the manager for The Starting Line, The Almost, Aaron Sprinkle, UnderOath, Person L and more, he has seen quite a bit of the music business. We thought this would be a great opportunity for young bands to learn what makes a good manager, what makes a bad one, and for aspiring managers to better understand what it means to manage a band. So make sure to check back here on Wednesday at 7 PM EST.