As part of AbsolutePunk's celebration of all things Manchester Orchestra today, Michigan concert promoter Fusion Shows would like to give all Michigan-resident AP members a chance to win two tickets to see the band on Tuesday, May 5, 2009 at the Eagle Theater at the Crofoot in downtown Pontiac, Michigan.
To enter for a chance to win, RSVP "yes" for the event on their Facebook group, and then simply leave a comment about what Manchester Orchestra means to you on the event's wall.
The best wall post will win two tickets to the show, and will be contacted via Facebook.
Mean Everything to Nothing, the next album by Manchester Orchestra, was officially finished this week. The release date, however, will likely not be March 31st as otherwise posted but a later date in Spring 2009.
All Get Out wants to give you two tickets to their winter tour with Manchester Orchestra. To win, check out the band's new EP and leave a comment on their AP.net profile! Tell us your favorite song and the date of the show you'd like to attend.
Can you say the alphabet backwards? Because if you can, the guys in Manchester Orchestra will release your album. Watch an example of said challenge in the replies, and while you're there, watch another studio update from the band.
Manchester Orchestra's next album will be titled Mean Everything to Nothing and is set for an early 2009 release. Their new EP/DVD, Let My Pride Be What's Left Behind, will be in stores October 14. Check the replies for more info.
Manchester Orchestra has posted a new song, "I Can Feel A Hot One" on myspace. Also revealed in a myspace blog, the band will release their new EP/DVD Let My Pride Be What's Left Behind on October 14th.
Manchester Orchestrahave announced an EP/DVD entitled Let My Pride Be What's Left Behind. It will be out this fall; the DVD will include a documentary, music videos, and more, while the EP will feature four new songs plus three live/alternate recordings of previously released songs.
Last night, at Kevin Devine's CD re-release show in Brooklyn, Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra played a new song called "Wolves at Night: Part II." Says Hull of the song, which will appear on the band's next album, "I wish I was joking, because it'd be funny. But I'm not."