Listen to a new Going Off Track podcast with Say Anything's Max Bemis about Hebrews, his rediscovery of organized religion, Jewish neurosis, and how his spiritual upbringing has shaped who he is today.
If you'd like to order the new comic series from Max Bemis, Evil Empire, you can do so here.
Told through the perspective of an underground rapper named Reese, Max Bemis’ gripping story explores a scenario in which we watch modern society gradually evolve (or is it devolve?) into an evil empire.
Max Bemis' next foray into comics will be Evil Empire, a 16-issue series from Boom! Studios launching on March 5.
The series finds a controversial rapper named Reese rising up to fight a growing menace that threatens to turn a world very much like our own into the type of oppressed society found in numerous sci-fi tales.
We are collaborating with Made of Chalkagain with MoC's live video series Chalk TV. This video captures Max Bemis (of Say Anything) performing "Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too," with the concert goers perspective making their way to one of Chicago's premiere venues Lincoln Hall. Head to the replies to watch it. Be sure to catch Bemis on tour now.
Max Bemis will make his debut with Marvel Comics, penning a story in November's A+X #14. This will be his first work for a major publisher. The artwork is below.
The story, which features a team-up between the Superior Spider-Man and Magneto, is described as Bemis as being "high concept."
"It can’t just be like, 'Let’s just take the Hulk and Spider-Man and put them against this particular bad guy and they find some creative way of beating him,'" Bemis said of the story. “How do you take a team-up and make it more of a psychological study than an action piece? All of the ideas I pitched had that sort of element to it."
Back when Andy Jackson of Hot Rod Circuit got married, Say Anything frontman Max Bemis gifted him with a cover of the band's "At Nature's Mercy." The parties have agreed to share the track with fans as a bonus track on the vinyl re-issue of Hot Rod Circuit's 2007 album, The Underground Is A Dying Breed. You can listen to the cover right now in the replies, and then order a copy of the record when they go on sale today at 1:30 from Enjoy the Ride Records. Thunderbeard Records will also have their own variant.
The third episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. This episode is the last of three conversations Jason and I had with Say Anything's Max Bemis. In this episode, we talked about the third disc of the band's recent All My Friends Are Enemies rarities release. Most notably, we discuss with Max why college wasn't for him, why he doesn't curse on record anymore, and the future of the band.
You can subscribe to this podcast in a variety of ways - via iTunes or your own RSS feed (instructions in the replies) - and you can also simply stream in in the replies or download it here. You can also find our previous episodes here. As always,...
The first issue of Max Bemis' debut comic, Polarity, comes out next Wednesday, April 3rd. It's the first issue in a four-part miniseries. Some information from Max regarding the release can be found below.
Polarity #1 my debut comic will be coming out Wednesday April 3rd. It's the first of four in a miniseries.
To purchase/pre-order a physical copy of the comic or subscribe to the entire 4 issue series online, simply go to here. To purchase the comic digitally, use the app Comixology for any mac device (ipad, iphone, computer). It can be found, bought and read simply with the search tool in the app and should be available the day of release. To buy the comic at your local comic...
Hey y'all... just wanted to say as we approach the 2013 opening of Song Shop that it has been a great honor being able to do this project for the past 4 or 5 years. As of now we have sent out about 3000 songs (crazzzzy) and I couldn't be more proud of the reactions we've been getting. It's beyond fulfilling and I am so thankful to get to know all of you so closely. Many of you guys know my wife Sherri and I are about to have our first daughter, Lucy- even though technically when you buy a song you're paying for a service, you're also giving us as a family a huge...
At last night's Rarities release show in Austin, Max Bemis announced a handful of updates. Max and Sherri's daughter Lucy will be born within the next few weeks or so. The Perma record is almost finished and will be released in fall. Lastly, Bemis has written half of the next Say Anything record, calling it his darkest, most twisted material. The band will hit the studio to record it after the Perma record is out.
We've received exclusive word that Max Bemis and Sherri Dupree-Bemis have officially starting tracking Perma's full-length debut in Tyler, TX. The album is due out in 2013 and will be accompanied by touring and music videos.
Rob Johnson's new single "The Wasp And The Flame" (from his new album Throw The Sun Into The Sea) can be downloaded here. The album is the follow up to 2009's Upon A Painted Ocean, which featured guest vocals from Max Bemis of Say Anything.
At this point, we've all decided to listen to Max Bemis through thick and thin, in sickness and in health. For nearly ten years, the Say Anything mastermind has won over fans through all kinds of sounds, and will do it again with the release of Anarchy, My Dear on March 13th via Equal Vision Records. I had the chance to chat with Max, where we talked about the new record, "Admit It Again," ...Is A Real Boy, Perma (his band with wife Sherri Dupree-Bemis), and the future in general. You can read the feature right here.
Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has launched an imprint label on Equal Vision Records called Rory Records. The first signing is Tampa's Tallhart. The band will release an EP produced by Bemis, Tim McTague (of Underoath) and Dean Tidey (of Feeder) in the spring. The first single, "Fever (Sister of Mine)," will be released digitally on March 6th. Read the press release in the replies.
Watch a full set from Max Bemishere. He plays a great mix of material from all of the Say Anything albums, along with a few surprises, including a new song entitled "Say Anything." He was full of energy on the first date of his solo tour, so be sure to check out a show if you get the chance.