Trophy Scars will release an EP entitled Darkness, Oh Hell later this summer, to be followed up by another EP later in the year. A new song from the former release entitled "Trazodone" can be heard here. The tracklisting and tour dates with Nigel Silverthorn can be found in the replies.
Trophy Scars and The Saddest Landscape are teaming up with AP.net to give away a limited test pressing of their new split 7". To win, we're going to need to see who has the most embarrassing album in your CD collection. Check the replies for full info and we'll announce the winners soon.
Trophy Scars will be joining early 2000's screamo band The Saddest Landscape on a weekend of Saddest Landscape reunion shows later this month. On the trek, Trophy Scars will be previewing songs off of their brand new upcoming full length, Bad Luck, which will see it's long-awaited release on March 10th.
Trophy Scars have posted an unmastered track, "Botanicas" from their forthcoming full length, Bad Luck, on myspace. A release date for the album is tentative as the band are currently in search of a new label.
According to this blog, Trophy Scars will be going on hiatus. No word on what will happen with Bad Luck, which was set to be released this year. You can see the entire message from the band in the replies.
Trophy Scars are in the process of re-demoing songs and finishing new ones for Bad Luck. The band has started randomly posting demos, but only in 12-hour intervals. The first of these, "The Cowboy Red," can be heard on the band's myspace.
Update: The chat is over. We would like to thank Trophy Scars for agreeing to do this with us and spending the time to talk with fans. Good times were had by all. The rest of you, be sure to check this killer band out at their purevolume or myspace.
Trophy Scars will be chatting in this thread under the names volumecontrol, johnscars, tsbndbass07 and JerryJones starting at approximately 9 p.m. EST. Come in, say hello, ask them about their music, question their thoughts on the new Simple Plan album cover...whatever. They're here to talk to you. Have fun!
Trophy Scars have been forced to cancel the remainder of their forthcoming tour dates, citing disreputable actions, namely those of local promoters, as cause for the retraction. The group will commence touring in support of its latest effort, Alphabet. Alphabets, this October, which is available now via The Death Scene.
Several dates have surfaced for "The Lock Up Your Daugh-tour" featuring Trophy Scars. The band will be recording new demos of songs slated for their upcoming full length, entitled Bad Luck, while taking time off from tour in Alpharetta, GA. Dates yet to be confirmed and a list of available dates can be found at their myspace.