Under The Gun recently caught up with Jerry Jones (Trophy Scars) and he gave a lot of insight about the intricate themes of the band's forthcoming full-length album, details about his inspirations and the plethora of side projects the members have been involved with.
Super Snake, the new side project of Trophy Scars frontman Jerry Jones, have released their debut EP, Summer Girls. Downnload it for free here. The band plans to release an EP for each season of the year.
Trophy Scars frontman Jerry Jones has formed a new side project called Super Snake with members of I Am Heresy and Chambers. Listen to a clip in the replies. More music is expected to surface next month.
This past March, Trophy Scars performed their 2006 album, Alphabet. Alphabets., in its entirety for the first time ever in celebration of its release on vinyl. Footage of the event was captured by Some Other Productions, and the resulting documentary can be seen in the replies. The record is available now from our own Alex DiVincenzo's Simply Legendary Records.
Trophy Scars' Alphabet. Alphabets. will be released on vinyl for the first time ever on Tuesday, March 13th at 5pm EST via Simply Legendary Records. The label was started by AP.net's own Alex DiVincenzo. The pressing is limited to 500 copies; 400 on white and 100 on white with blue splatter with a special poster and letter from the band.
Trophy Scars will perform Alphabet. Alphabets. in its entirety on March 10 at Maxwell's in Hoboken, NJ to celebrate the album's release on vinyl. Tickets can be purchased here, and information on the vinyl will be announced soon.
Trophy Scars have formed a label called The Same Ghost Collective. Its first release will be the debut EP by Washington's Trickster Fox, The Misadventures Of, Vol. I. It will be available digitally on January 31 and on 12" vinyl on March 6. Stream/download a track, "Dear John, Segue I," on facebook.
In a recent message board post, Jerry from Trophy Scars mentioned upcoming vinyl releases of their previous material, a live/studio documentary DVD, a split 7" (possibly with This Will Destroy You), an acoustic digital EP and an upcoming "musical" full-length.
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.
We're happy to present to you the premiere of Trophy Scars' "Darkness" music video - although it plays more like a short film. The song appears on the band's latest EP, Darkness, Oh Hell, which is available for purchase here. Check out the video, along with insight from the band, in the replies.
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.