Andy Hull, Tom DeLonge, Max Bemis, and Anthony Green each have new studio project T-shirts and shoe designs for Macbeth Footwear. They will be released as part of the Spring 2011 line-up. You can view them here.
The Max Bemis Song Shop has re-opened. There is now a cheaper option for a shorter song. Additionally, the first 1500 people to purchase a song will receive a phone call from Max. More details in the replies.
Max Bemis will release a lo-fi post punk full-length album under the name Max Bemis and the Painful Splits. Each copy will be signed and sold exclusively on Say Anything's upcoming tour with Motion City Soundtrack.
Upon a Painted Ocean, Rob Johnson's new album, which features guest vocals from Max Bemis, will be released digitally on September 1st. More details and clips from every song on the album can be found here.
Max Bemix (Say Anything) read some of your posts and was flattered by how nice some of you were (that's a first), and thus decided to do an acoustic version of "Colorblind." Only browsing casually, TiffyWiffy?
Max Bemis of Say Anything has contributed guest vocals to Upon a Painted Ocean, the new album from Rob Johnson, an unsigned artist from the UK. The instrumental album features spoken word from Max on several tracks. More information and tracks from the album can be found on myspace.
Mr. Max Bemis has written an update detailing Say Anything's upcoming self-titled album, his foray into fiction writing, and the lack of Zoolander-esque qualities for the band's upcoming promotions. Read it here.
Ever wonder how two notorious frontmen like Max Bemis and Chris Conley leverage their respective creative personalities to join forces in a band like Two Tongues? Check out the ABSOLUTExclusive EPK video in the replies to hear the answers straight from their own two tongues.
Two Tongues' self-titled debut will be released on February 3, 2009 through Vagrant Records. The band features Max Bemis and Coby Linder of Say Anything along with Chris Conley and David Soloway of Saves The Day. A full press release with commentary on the project from Bemis and Conley can be seen in the replies.
For all those patiently waiting to hear Max Bemis' fantastic performance as "The Spider" on Forgive Durden's new musical Razia's Shadow, please enjoy our ABSOLUTExclusive premiere of the track on the band's AP.net Profile. A Tony award-worthy casting job if I do say so myself. The musical hits stores next Tuesday, the 28th and can be pre-ordered here.