I apologize for my lack of reviews lately, starting a label is ridiculously time-consuming. That being said, I've added a review for Hawk Nelson - Smile, It's the End of The World which can be viewed for your pleasure right here. The album is in stores now on Tooth & Nail Records.
I have posted my review for Rookie of the Year's new album, The Goodnight Moon, right here. The album comes out next Tuesday (April 11th) through 111 Records, and is currently being streamed in its entirety on pureVOLUME.com (today's the last day though, so listen while you can).
Since there were so many reviews posted today, Darren and I thought it would be best if we just put all of them in one post so it's easier to find/less clutter at the top of the page. Also, do you think it was good to have this many reviews in one day or would it have been better to spread them out throughout the week?
You'll be able to find my review for the new Burns Out Bright (one of our current featured bands) album, Save Yourself A Lifetime, right here. The record, my favorite of 2006 thus far, is in stores now!
Here is my review for Taking Back Sunday's new album, Louder Now, which will hit shelves on April 25th. Only once in awhile do I write reviews; so if I do, that means I'm really passionate about the record and want to make sure I convey that to our readers. It may be lengthy, but I had a lot to say, especially for the people eager for this release. Enjoy!
Sorry I'm a day late with this, but I have a lot going on "behind-the-scenes" so I'm juggling quite a few things. Anyway, below you'll find my review for the Motion City Soundtrack show that took place this past Sunday, March 19th at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. The Format, The Matches, and Men Women & Children were on the bill as well.
I had a chance to check out the With Honor, Stretch Arm Strong, Spitalfield and Silverstein show at the Metro here in Chicago. I haven't seen Spitalfield in almost two years and after seeing them tonight I'm counting down the days until they are back in Chicago. Once again, I am confused as to why this band is so underrated. They put on a great show, amazing guitar players, tons of energy and the vocals are ALWAYS dead on. This is the first time I've seen them play with the "new" TJ and as expected he brings a ton of energy to his live show. If any of the remaining stops are around you, make sure you check this tour out. Dan Lowder has something very serious to say about "snake bites,"...
Please check out my review of The Destruction Of Everything Is The Beginning Of Something New, the debut album from Adair. You can pick up this album tomorrow, February 21, 2006, through Warcon Records.