The high-resolution artwork for Moneen's It All Started With a Red Stripe can be found here. The DVD, which will be released early summer, will feature "The start to this may be the end to another, a full documentary directed by Alex Liu. See the trailer for it here. The DVD will also feature music videos, including "The Song I Swore Never to Sing", as directed by Kenny Bridges of Moneen, and tons of behind the scenes footage.
Moneen have released a limited-edition DualDisk EP/DVD. One side is a CD, which can be played in any CD player or computer, and contains four acoustic versions of songs off The Red Tree (as well as one unreleased track). The other side is a DVD and contains four songs live at The Opera House from their performance there in June 2006. The track listing can be found below; order here.
Moneen's music video for "If Tragedy's Appealing, Then Disaster's An Addiction" can be seen here. Also, Moneen have put up "This is All Bigger Than Me" and "The Day No One Needed To Know" on their MySpace page. Both tracks appear on their new album, The Red Tree, which is in stores now.
Moneen has been in LA shooting a video for their first single off of The Red Tree, "If Tragedy's Appealing, Then Disaster's An Addiction." The Red Tree is in stores now and a two different reviews of the album can be read here and here.
I will be interviewing the Moneenthis weekend so if you didn't get a chance to contribute to the questions you want to hear answered, then here's your chance. Post your questions in the replies and then listen to The Red Tree on repeat for the rest of the day.
If you hit rewind for 1 minute and 9 seconds at the very beginning of Moneen's new album, The Red Tree, you might just find a special hidden track (similar to how the hidden track on Armor For Sleep's What to Do When You Are Dead worked).
In approaching the release of The Red Tree on April 11th, I have secured an interview with Moneen. Feel free to submit your questions to them in the replies. Moneen are currently on tour with Saves the Day and Circa Survive.
You can listen to a new Moneen song on their Myspace page titled "If Tragedy's Appealing, Then Disaster's an Addiction". Also, you can hear an ABSOLUTExclusive off of their upcoming album, The Red Tree, on their AP.net profile page.
This may have already been posted, but I didn't see it, so I bet there are other people who didn't either. You can hear 2 tracks off the new Moneen album, The Red Tree, on the STD/Moneen e-card here. The album will be out April 11th on Vagrant Records.
Vagrant is teaming up with Logitech and Death + Taxes Magazine to offer one lucky fan the chance to win a trip to New York City to see Saves The Day and Moneen. Other prizes include: a ton of Logitech gear, swag from both bands, and free subscriptions to Death + Taxes. You can enter and find out more information by going here.
According to Punknews.org, Moneen will be heading out to western Canada in late February. The band will be teaming up with Saves The Day for a full North America tour. No dates have been announced as of yet. Moneen will record their new album with producer Brian McTernan (Thrice, Circa Survive).