Our friends at the Boston Garden are hooking AP.net readers with discounted tickets to the Dew Tour Skate Open on July 24th and 25th. The event features all your favorite skateboarders as well as a performance by Taking Back Sunday. Head to the replies for more information.
Fred Mascherino (ex-Taking Back Sunday) recently said TBS was more into cooking than making music. The band responded by saying that he's "trying very hard to stay relevant" and the track "Capital ME" off of New Again will describe the situation further. Check the full comment in the replies.
Interested in finally hearing what the new Taking Back Sunday album, New Again, sounds like? Want to hold it over all of your friends' heads that you heard it before they did? The band is offering listeners the chance to listen to the album on their bus. Check the replies for full details.
MTV went behind the scenes for Taking Back Sunday's new video for "Sink Into Me." Check it out here to learn about the band's clever marketing ploy behind this album and to take a gander at the band sinking in slime.
Update: The chat is now over. Taking Back Sunday will be chatting in this thread at approximately 9 p.m. ET. Come in and discuss the new addition of Matt Fazzi, their upcoming New Again, or just say hello.
MarrsAttacks.com is a brand new blog-site and web-show that will be featuring interviews with your favorite bands. Taking Back Sunday will be filming for the show, this Friday, and you have a chance to submit a question to be asked during the interview. You can find more information about the interview and submitting your questions here.
One of our users talked with Eddie Reyes of Taking Back Sunday at a recent Thursday show, who said the band's upcoming New Again will be like Tell All Your Friends but heavier. Read the full report below.
Covered, A Revolution in Sound: Warner Bros. Records can be streamed here. Which cover do you like best?
1. Mastodon: “Just Got Paid” (by ZZ Top)
2. The Black Keys: “Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles” (by Captain Beefheart)
3. Michelle Branch: “A Case Of You” (by Joni Mitchell)
4. Against Me!: “Here Comes A Regular” (by The Replacements)
5. Missy Higgins: “More Than This” (by Roxy Music)
6. James Otto: “Into The Mystic" (by Van Morrison)
7. Adam Sandler: "Like A Hurricane” (by Neil Young)
8. Taking Back Sunday: “You Wreck Me” (by Tom Petty)
9. The Used: “Burning Down The House” (by Talking Heads)
10. Disturbed: “Midlife Crisis” (by Faith No More)
11. Avenged Sevenfold:...
Taking Back Sunday will announce a US/Canada tour and the release date for their upcoming New Again soon. You want webisodes? A fresh new batch of them will debut with the band's new website, which you will see soon. A new 7" will be released for National Record Store day in April. Follow up their conversation in the replies with your own snarky comments.