Maylene and The Sons of Disaster will be heading into the studio to record their Ferret debut after their tour with Throwdown and Zao. The disc is expected out around Jan/Feb of next year. More information regarding this will be surfacing in the coming weeks.
We will be posting another ABSOLUTExclusive song from the upcoming Gatsby's American Dream record next Wednesday the 19th (remind me), entitled "My Name is Ozymandias." For now, don't forget that "We Can Remember It For You, Wholesale" is currently streaming on the band's AP profile.
An industry source informs me that New York-based Safe As Houses are talking to a handful of labels, including two majors. I just gave the band a listen, and I'm digging their demos so far. Where do you think they'll end up, and what do you think of the band?
111 Records will be launching a website with exclusive video content, music downloads, photos and loads of free stuff from all of the 111 artists: IAm111.com. We'll keep you posted on it's developement.
Casket Salesmen will be posting video updates on their MySpace page starting in a few weeks to update you on what the real story is behind what happened in Phil's accident, why the two dudes left A Static Lullaby, etc. The videos will also feature clips of the recording process of Sleeping Giants along with commentary and interviews with Nate and Phil. Don't forget to check out the band's new single.
For those of you eagerly awaiting Damiera's debut album, M(US)IC, which received a 94% from yours truly, you have come to the right place! I'm proud to announce that we will be featuring Damiera on ABSOLUTExclusive: The Leak. Streaming will begin April 26th; full details below.
Check out a nifty promotional trailer at iFilm.com for the Coheed And Cambria / Avenged Sevenfold co-headlining tour. This trailer does a really good job of pumping up the tour so be sure check it out! Unfortunately, Head Automatica were forced to miss the first date of the tour in Atlantia, Georgia last night due to Daryl Palumbo falling ill.
The Starting Line might be recording their show tomorrow night in Sayreville, NJ for a live album. Also, the band updated their MySpace page with the latest installment in their "Best (and Worst) of Me" fan videos series.
Strike Anywhere will enter the studio with Brian McTernan (Cave In, Roses Are Red) next week. The band's new full length will see it's release in September through Fat Wreck. Go here to read their latest update.
Sick City will be releasing a track from their new EP, Where Do We Go From Here?, on March 14th. The effort, which features guest vocals from Andrew of Comeback Kid/Figure Four will be released on March 31st
Monty have been spending this month writing new material and will continue doing so throughout the month of February. The band plans on hitting the studio in the beginning of March to record their new tunes with Matt Squire (Northstar, Panic! At The Disco).
Showbread drummer Frank Lipari is no longer with the band. In other news, the band will hit the studio on February 8th to record their new album with producer Sylvia Massy Shivy(Dishwalla). A summer release through Tooth and Nail is scheduled.
All Time Low's new album, The Party Scene, is back in stock at Smartpunk, local indie record stores and at the band's shows. Also, new material from the band and their video for "The Girl's A Straight Up Hustler" will be released in a few months.
I just wanted to clear a few things up. From First To Last's first single from Heroine will be "The Latest Plague" and not "The Levy" like previously mentioned. Also, the song will launch everywhere on January 31st. So get excited!
Roses Are Red will be entering the studio on February 1st with producer Brian McTernan (Thrice, Cave In, Circa Survive). The band’s as-yet-untitled sophomore album is slated for a summer release through Trustkill Records.
Cue The Doves will be putting up two new songs the next couple of weeks. It'll start on January 9th when they post "The Balance," and then a week later they'll post "An Astronomer's Ellipse." And, let me tell you, I've heard the songs, and a lot of people are going to be pleasantly surprised.