According to Victory Records, Streetlight Manifesto's forthcoming, currently untitled third release has been delayed from a previously announced January release date until February. You can find a user-submitted scan of a page from a recent Victory Records catalogue bearing the details in the replies.
Streetlight Manifesto released their debut album, Everything Goes Numb, in 2003 via the label, and re-recording of lead vocalist Tomas Kalnoky's past material, Keasbey Nights, followed earlier this year.
You can watch two new, live videos of Streetlight Manifesto performing two, brand new songs in the replies. You can expect to hear new, live material from the group on their current run, the Fall of Ska tour, alongside headliners Reel Big Fish, as well as additional support acts Westbound Train and the Suburban Legends.
Streetlight Manifesto has announced via a post on their website that they will complete work on their forthcoming, currently untitled album once their previously announced tour schedule has run it's course. You can read an update from the band, who are currently performing nightly on the Fall of Ska tour alongside headliners Reel Big Fish, as well as additional support acts Westbound Train and the Suburban Legends, below.
You can listen to a new interview with Tomas Kalnoky of Streetlight Manifesto on the twenty-ninth installment of the Top Welt podcast, in which Tomas discusses the band's new material among various other topics. Although no official release date has been set, the group has announced that the majority of the new material, which is set to appear on their forthcoming, sophomore release, has been completed.
At their show in Providence, RI tonight, Streetlight Manifesto announced that their new album will be released sometime in January, 2007. Additionally, the band performed two new tracks from the record.
According to a post on their website, Streetlight Manifesto will be playing a couple brand new songs on their upcoming tour dates. However, the band has announced that the majority of their new material will be saved for post-record release headlining tours.
I've just posted a new review for Keasbey Nights, as performed by Streetlight Manifesto, right here. I am well aware that some will criticize me for writing what will be regarded as the "worst review ever", but I have acknowledged the words in which I place my agreement.