The Number Twelve Looks Like You are releasing exclusive, limited edition, hand-numbered #12 cassette tapes of Worse Than Alone as of 12PM EST today. For every 12th of the month coming up, another record will be released - each will come in 2 different colors.
Narrated by Jaret Reddick, lead singer of Bowling For Soup and current voice of Chuck E. Cheese, the program follows the adventures of Smagoogly O’Goolibache, a young adventurer from the planet Loogy. Smagoogly (voiced by Eric Nally, singer of Foxy Shazam) is sent by his kooky explorer uncle to investigate an exciting and mysterious planet known as Earth for the magazine National Goolagraphic. Accompanied by his faithful camera Shoots (former MTV Europe VJ Joann Colan), the young voyager encounters an...
The Number Twelve Looks Like You have released the first installment of their new video series called 24/7.12. In this episode we get an inside look at how the band formed, who they are, and where they came from. Watch it in the replies.
Metal Blade Records has signed Intensus. The band is a solo project of multi-instrumentalist/Knife the Glitter drummer Eli Litwin. The self-titled debut will feature guest spots from Tommy Rogers (Between the Buried and Me), Jerry Jones (Trophy Scars), Robert Meadows (A Life Once Lost), Jesse Korman (The Number Twelve Looks Like You), and more. Press release in the replies.
Five years after breaking up, The Sawtooth Grin have recently reformed with Jon Karel (The Number Twelve Looks Like You) on drums. They are currently writing a new album. A statement from the band can be found in the replies.
Marc Debiak, a representative for Eyeball Records, has issued a statement in response to a bit of unfounded controversy surrounding his label, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, and Equal Vision Records outfit The Fall of Troy. The statement is available for your reading pleasure in the replies.
The Number Twelve Looks Like You have unveiled the schedule for their forthcoming headlining tour, on which the Eyeball Records act will feature support from At the Throne of Judgement, See You Next Tuesday, and I Hate Sally. The group will be touring in support of their latest release, Mongrel, which is available now via the label.
Eyeball Records have launched a secret page in which fans can "explore" Mongrel, the highly-anticipated, forthcoming release from New Jersey grindcore outfit, The Number Twelve Looks Like You. The album has been slated for a June 19th release via the label.