Taking Back Sunday and Purevolume.com have teamed up to bring you exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and live performances from the band's latest release Louder Now: Partone. Louder Now: Partone includes a ninety minute DVD of up-close and personal stories from the band, as well as exclusive videos from the road, on the bus, in the studio, and backstage. You can also watch live performances from their Long Beach Arena show, including “Error: Operator” and “MakeDamnSure”, which you can preview exclusively on Purevolume. Louder Now: Partone also features exclusive live audio tracks not found on the original Louder Now CD!
Taking Back Sunday and The Receiving End of Sirens will be playing a free show on September 9th at City Hall Plaza in Boston, MA. The show starts at 6:00PM and they are the only two bands that will be performing, so make sure you get there on time.
Last night at Taking Back Sunday's 200 people special gig at Birmingham Barfly, UK last night, the band performed Louder Now from beginning to end. The band said it was the second time they'd ever done it.
Check out KROQ this coming Tuesday, June 13 for some expert love advice from Dr. Drew, Stryker and Taking Back Sunday on Loveline. Remember you can now stream KROQ online as well so you have no reason to miss it. Loveline airs from 10pm to 12am PST.
I just got back from the Taking Back Sunday show at the House Of Blues here in Chicago a little bit ago and there were at least a couple of professional quality cameras filming the entire set, including one on a crazy robotic crane. The band didn't mention anything about them, but I'm guessing a potential DVD coming soon.
From the looks of this Myspace bulletin, if you subscribe to Alternative Press before April 9th, then you will receive AP 215 with a "limited edition"(?) cover featuring Taking Back Sunday. Details below.
Taking Back Sunday's new single, "MakeDamnSure," can now be purchased through the iTunes music store. The song can be found on the band's forthcoming major label debut, Louder Now, which hits shelves on April 25th.