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Sherri Dupree (Eisley) has posted an announcement of her engagement to Max Bemis (Say Anything). Congrats on the engagement!
UpdateI've never been this happy or at peace about anything before in my entire 24 (almost 25, ugh) year old life.

I am blessed beyond belief to have found this guy...He's changed me and my life in all of the best ways.

And don't you nay-sayers judge the quickness in which it happened...
We've been together almost a year and
All I have to say to you all is, When you know you know!

He totally surprised me by asking
this week, and I figured I should announce it since it's already out on some of the other sites.

No date yet, but not 'til it's warmer outside for...
Anton Djamoos on 11/13/08 - 03:59 PM
Last night at his solo acoustic show at Rutgers University (set list), Max Bemis announced he got engaged three days prior. He then dedicated a new song titled "Cemetery" to his fiancee. Congrats Max!

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Julia Conny on 11/12/08 - 10:34 PM
The high-res artwork for Two Tongues' upcoming self-titled debut can be found in the AP.net Gallery.
Anton Djamoos on 11/09/08 - 09:51 PM
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.
Anton Djamoos on 11/06/08 - 10:24 AM
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.
Garett Press on 10/21/08 - 10:04 AM
You probably weren't at the Max Bemis acoustic show at Chain Reaction this past weekend. No worries, NotMTV was, and they taped the entire thing for you. Stream the entire performance here. Check it out; it's good quality.

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Anton Djamoos on 05/13/08 - 09:33 AM
At a recent acoustic Say Anything set, Max Bemis played new song, "Ahhhh-men" ("Ahhh...men"?), and announced that he has finished writing all of the songs for the band's new album, This Is Forever. You can see a video of the song in the replies.

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Anton Djamoos on 05/12/08 - 10:37 AM
Myspace asked Tom DeLonge of Angels & Airwaves and Max Bemis of Say Anything to list their top musical moments of the year. Go to the replies to see video of their choices, including Tom's pick of his own I-Empire in top albums.
Anton Djamoos on 12/21/07 - 01:14 PM
Blender has posted an interview with Say Anything discussing a myriad of topics, from erectile dysfunction to fans wanting hugs to Tom Delonge's spaceship gate. Read it here.

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Anton Djamoos on 11/28/07 - 08:43 PM
Say Anything's In Defense of the Genre gets an A- from Entertainment Weekly. Hypothetically, if you had heard this album (which you couldn't because it's not in stores), what would you give it?

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Anton Djamoos on 10/19/07 - 01:24 PM
Say Anything have added some new merchandise to their store.

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Anton Djamoos on 10/18/07 - 05:46 PM
Say Anything will be posting "Baby Girl, I'm A Blur" tonight at midnight on their myspace. Can't wait? Listen to "The Church Channel" on their AP.net Profile.

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Anton Djamoos on 10/15/07 - 05:51 PM
The high-resolution artwork for Say Anything's upcoming In Defense of The Genre has been added to the AP Gallery. Which side are you on?
Anton Djamoos on 09/26/07 - 10:48 PM
Two new LadybiRdS songs that will be featured on their new album Regional Community Theater that includes vocals from Max Bemis of Say Anything can be heard here.
Joe DeAndrea on 07/08/07 - 10:38 AM
Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy and Max Bemis of Say Anything recently sat down with mtvU to document their personal struggles with serious mental health issues.
Full StoryMental Health Testimonials: Pete Wentz, Mary J. Blige, Nelly Furtado, Max Bemis

Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy, Mary J. Blige, Nelly Furtado and Max Bemis of Say Anything recently sat down with mtvU to document their personal struggles with serious mental health issues -- including severe depression, bipolar disorder and suicidal thoughts. These titans of music describe their pain, lowest point, and advice for college students struggling with the same issues in a series of poignant episodes -- two of which are directed by...
Jared Kaufman on 03/15/07 - 06:44 AM
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