Adam Lazzara and Matt Fazzi from Taking Back Sunday did an interview with Rolling Stone and talked about three songs from their upcoming New Again and much more. "Carpathia" has three-part harmonies and a bass solo that is the meanest-sounding thing they've ever done; "Catholic Knees" is "one of the heaviest [they've] ever written]"; "Lonely Lonely" is the "most relentless."
Starting at 10 pm tonight, you can order foods such as "Taking Back Bacon Burger Fries" and "Plain White Shake" at Denny's restaurants across America. Find out all of the items and other info in the replies.
Taking Back Sunday officially has a new guitarist, and they're not telling. Yet. The guitarist's debut performance will take place on May 5 in Farmingdale, NY. Who can it be? One fan at this show will also get the opportunity to conduct the first interview with the newest incarnation of Taking Back Sunday. Get tickets here for this exclusive chance.
01. What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost? (Live)
02. Twenty-Twenty Surgery (Live)
03. My Blue Heaven (Live)
04. Spin (Live)
05. Liar (It Takes One To Know One) (Live)
06. MakeDamnSure (Live)
07. Error:Operator (Live)
08. Divine Intervention (Live)
09. Sleep (B-Side)
10. Brooklyn (If You See Something, Say Something) (B-Side)
11. What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost? (DVD)
12. Twenty-Twenty Surgery (DVD)
13. My Blue Heaven (DVD)
14. Spin (DVD)
Track Listing Chapter 1
You Know How I Do
You’re So Last Sumer
Ghost Man On Third
Cute Without The ‘E’ Chapter 2
A Decade Under The Influence
Bonus Mosh pt. II
The Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)
Number Five With A Bullet
One Eighty By Summer
...Slowdance On The Inside FOOTNOTES (B-SIDES)
The Ballad of Sal Villanueva
Your Own Disaster ‘04
Taking Back Sunday are nearing completion of Louder Now: Part Two, a feature-length DVD comprised of exclusive live footage, behind-the-scenes material, audio b-sides, and more. The DVD will hit stores at a later, unannounced date courtesy of Warner Brothers Records.
Today brings the fifth and final installment of our behind-the-scenes video footage from the Lostprophets' Final Transmission Tour. Head to the replies to see all five episodes including today's addition which also features Aiden and Taking Back Sunday.
Last night Taking Back Sunday's set at Projekt Revolution, Adam Lazzara announced that guitarist, Eddie Reyes, had to temporarily leave the tour due to his son being born on Saturday. Filling in for him was Saosin's Justin Shekoski.
At the Boost Mobile Rock Corps concert, Adam of Taking Back Sunday announced that Mark (drummer) has a herniated disk and that Aaron, formerly of Matchbook Romance, would be filling in for him on the remainder of the Projekt Revolution Tour. Mark is headed back to New York in order to have surgery.
Taking Back Sunday has been added to the lineup for the 7-7-07 Live Earth New York concert at Giants Stadium. They'll be joining The Police and Smashing Pumpkins, among many others. For more information, head to the band's web site.
Taking Back Sunday have teamed up with Boost Mobile Rock Corps to initiate a volunteer campaign, in which a fan's completion of four or more hours of community service will earn said volunteer a free ticket to attend a private performance by the group. For more information regarding this project, please visit the band's official website.
UK residents rejoice! Finally AP.net has a contest just for you. Enter our Final Transmission Tour contest for a chance to win tickets to the tour date of your choice and a meet and greet with Lostprophets. Two runners up will receive merch and autographed goods from each band.