You can watch a video of Big D and the Kids Table in the studio, in which you can hear a new song entitled "Fly Away," in the replies. The track is set to appear on the band's forthcoming, full-length release, Strictly Rude, which is due out next year via Side One Dummy Records.
Sean P. Rogan, guitarist for the Boston-based septet Big D and the Kids Table has offered fans a lengthy update, in which he discusses the band's forthcoming, full-length release, tentatively titled Strictly Rude, a split release with China's Brain Failure, and more. The album, which will see Joe Gittleman, bassist for legendary ska outfit The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, at the helm of production, is scheduled to hit shelves next year via Side One Dummy Records. You can read the lengthy update in it's entirety below.
Head to Hot Topic on Tuesday, November 7th, to pick up a limited edition version of The City Sleeps in Flames, the debut record by Scary Kids Scaring Kids. The new version features new artwork, exclusive videos and can only be found at Hot Topics nationwide.
David McWane of Big D and the Kids Table fame will be releasing a personal book, which will include over one hundred and fifty prose and poems, as well as a complete showcase of all his lyrical material, this February. You can expect more details regarding the release within the near future.
Big D and the Kids Table have revealed the finalized lineup for their forthcoming, tenth annual Halloween performances, which are scheduled to take place on both October 27th and 28th at The Axis in Boston, Massachusetts. On both dates, the Boston, ska-punk septet will be joined by The Toasters, The Pietasters, Bigwig, Queens of the Static Age, and Sick Electric. For more information, you can visit the band's official website.
Big D and the Kids Table have set a late January 2007 release date for their forthcoming, split release with China's Brain Failure. The Bad News Records release will feature six tracks from both participating acts. On Brain Failure's end, you can expect to see guest appearances from both Dicky Barrett (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones) and Marc Orell (Dropkick Murphys).
Big D and the Kids Table have posted a medley of brand new material on their official MySpace page. The tracks come from the band's forthcoming split release with China's Brain Failure, entitled From Beijing To Boston, which is due out shortly via Bad News Records.
Big D and the Kids Table are currently writing and recording for their forthcoming, full-length release. Additionally, the band's split release with Brain Failure has been slated for a January 2007 release. You can read an update from the band regarding their progress below.
Scary Kids Scaring Kids has been forced to cancel their upcoming UK run with Fightstar due to transportation complications. The band will utilize their time wisely and will start preparing a new album (due out Spring 2007).
Due to an unfortunate incident at their show last night, Rancid have postponed both the Buffalo and Toronto dates of their tour with Big D and the Kids Table. You can read a statement from Big D and the Kids Table regarding the incident below.
According to a recent interview with Big D and the Kids Table, the band will release their next album on Side One Dummy Records, instead of their previous home at Springman Records. Additionally, the band has announced that we can expect the album to see an early 2007 release, and a split release with Brain Failure is due out this October.
We are proud to bring you a new contest from Kids in the Way in which you can win a 30GB iPod, alongside gift cards from PACSUN, Guitar Center, and iTunes. Ain't that something? Also, make sure you check out the premiere of the video for "Fiction", from Kids in the Way's new record Apparitions of Melody.
You can listen to the latest edition of the Top Welt! podcast series here, or download a higher quality version at the iTunes store. This weeks edition features Big D and the Kids Table. The band discusses new endeavors, among other things, which includes a mention of the new record label they plan to release their new album with.
According to a recent bulletin from the band, Big D and the Kids Table have finished recording six new songs for a split EP with Brain Failure, which is set to appear in stores this October. Additionally, the band has announced that after their summer tour dates have run their course, they will enter once more to begin work on a new full-length album.
After months of touring with the band, Justin Salter of Phoenix, AZ has been officially named as the new Scary Kids Scaring Kids drummer. Justin replaces Pete Costa, Scary Kids' original drummer, in the band. Prior to joining Scary Kids Justin worked as a recording engineer and drum tech at a sound studio in Mesa, AZ. His friendship with the band dates back to middle school. Justin has spent the past two months touring with the band (Mest, Funeral for a Friend, etc) and was recently asked to become an official member. Scary Kids Scaring Kids are currently writing new songs in Phoenix, AZ, preparing for an October release. The band will perform on this year's Warped Tour beginning in...
Click here (Quicktime) to watch Rock Kills Kid's segment on MTV's "You Hear It First." The band's major label debut, Are You Nervous?, hits stores on May 16th. The band's upcoming shows with The Subways can be found below; more dates will be announced shortly:
Atari's "Driver: Parallel Lines" video game will, of course, be accompanied by a soundtrack and, following recent trends, will be trying to make it the hippest soundtrack ever. The 1978 era of the game will be accompanied by David Bowie, Blondie, Iggie, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and others, and the modern era will be accompanied by bands such as LCD Soundsystem, TV On The Radio, Kaiser Chiefs, Secret Machines and Dead 60's. It will be out next week.