At tonight's Triple Crown Anniversary Show, Brand New played Your Favorite Weapon in its entirety, although substituted "Moshi Moshi" in the place of "Seventy Times 7". Oh, and then they played "Seventy Times 7" in the encore.
Last night we posted about a contest for two pairs of tickets to the Triple Crown Anniversary show this coming Monday. Unfortunately, the contest submission was not working but the hard-working souls who put the contest together have fixed the problem. Enter the contest here.
Tickets for the Triple Crown Records 10 Year Anniversary show at the Blender Theatre in New York City on Monday, December 17, 2007 will go on sale tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. EST through Ticketmaster. The show will be headlined by Brand New and will feature The Receiving End of Sirens and As Tall As Lions. Proceeds will benefit the Fealgood Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance for 9/11 first responsers as well as advocacy and education about 9/11 healthcare issues.
The Dear Hunter have selected artist Kent St. John to illustrate an upcoming book in support of the act's latest, Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading, which is available now via Triple Crown Records. St. John's blog, detailing the ongoing process, is available here.
The Dear Hunter will release nine, individual, color-based albums, each of which will run between thirty and sixty minutes long. The group have noted that black and white will be reserved as "bookends," while red, orange, yellow, blue, green, indigo, and violent will each emerge as part of the project. The outfit are currently supporting their latest release, Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding, which is available now via Triple Crown Records.
The Receiving End of Sirens have been selected to support New Found Glory and Senses Fail on their forthcoming co-headlining tour. The group will be touring in support of their latest release, The Earth Sings Mi Fa Mi, which is available now courtesy of Triple Crown Records.
01) Too Young
02) Summer Of '98
03) Coastal Cities
04) Wanted You
05) Everyone Knows Everyone
06) Don't Call
07) Denton, TX
08) Midnight Movie
11) Don't Count On Me
12) Make You Mine
14) *Crosses Fingers*
According to Triple Crown Records executive Fred Feldman, earlier reports that the label has issued a contract to New York-based solo artist Tom Scala are factually incorrect. When questioned about the "signing," Fred said "I have no idea who that is, we have not signed him."
After a few false starts, Triple Crown Records and Purevolume have teamed up for a limited time to offer a free digital label sampler. It includes two previews of upcoming Receiving End Of Sirens tracks, new and unreleased tracks from As Tall As Lions, The Dear Hunter, The Secret Handshake and more.
March 6th will see the release of the Triple Crown debut EP from the Secret Handshake. The EP will feature all new music and remixes by Dillinger Escape Plan, Spankrock, P.O.S & more. Look for tour dates to be announced soon.