Boys Night Out will be releasing their first ever digital-only EP, Fifty Million People Can't Be Wrong, on February 6th, 2007, on sale at all digital download stores including i-Tunes and Rhapsody for under five dollars. The EP will contain two brand new, never before heard songs, and 3 re-recorded tracks from their EP, Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses: "The Only Honest Love Song," "Sketch Artist Composite," and "Victor Versus the Victim."
Frontrunners in the American ska movement, and recently dubbed as the "greatest ska band of all time," The Slackers have once again extended their forthcoming tour schedule. You can find the band's up-to-date route below.
The Fall Of Troy will be posting a three song EP recorded for XFM England on their Myspace in the coming days. There will be two live songs, "F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X." and "You Got A Deathwish, Johnny Truant?", plus an early version of the song "Seattlantis", which will appear on their new record Manipulator. Below is the official statement:
Due to personal circumstances beyond their control, The Know How have been forced to remove themselves from their forthcoming tour alongside headliners Against All Authority, as well as additional support acts Time Again and The Flatliners. However, the band has announced that they will be recording a brand new in album in the coming months, and a tour in support of the release, which will see the light of day next year, is expected to follow.
Capdown has posted a new song entitled "Home Is Where The Start Is" on their official MySpace page. The track is set to appear on the band's forthcoming, full-length release, Wind Up Toys, which has been slated for an early 2007 release via Fierce Panda Records. Furthermore, on December 4th the British group will release a new single for the song "Keeping Up Appearances", which is also due out via the label.
I'm proud to announce we have teamed up with Bowling For Soup for their upcoming release, The Great Burrito Extortion Case (in stores Nov. 7th). Later this week, we will have the acoustic version of an album track available for exclusive stream; you will only be able to find this b-side here at Absolutepunk.net, so tell your friends to get excited.
Settings and Fiore will be heading out on a west coast tour this fall; tour dates should be announced soon. Also, Settings' EP can now be purchased at Smartpunk. Remember you can stream a song from Settings' EP, Illuminati, at their AP.net profile and all of Fiore's EP at their AP.net profile.
Allister will be touring the mid-west / east coast with Self Against City on September 20th through October 9th. The Transit War will be joining the second half of the tour which begins on September 30th. All of the tour dates will be announced shortly.
Out of Sight has posted the track "Time To Change" on their MySpace page. The track is from their EP Something Created By Belief which was produced by John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Brand New, The Audition). The EP will be released on July 31st through Scylla Records.
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goodbyetomorrow will be releasing a brand new song every other Saturday from their upcoming 3-song EP to lead up to their EP release show on July 27th @ The Clubhouse in Tempe, AZ. The first song will be posted this Saturday, June 17th, at 10PM. The band plans on releasing a full length this January/February through Equal Vision Records.
Tickets for Mae's upcoming headlining tour with The Spill Canvas, The New Amsterdams, Vedera and more will be going on sale very soon. The first leg of the tour (July 29th-August 18th) will go on sale on Saturday, June 10th, and the second half of the tour (August 20th-September 15th) will go on sale on Saturday, June 17th. The band is also giving away ten meet and greet passes for each of the shows. Below is how you can win those as well as the dates.
Mae will be headlining a tour in August / September with The Spill Canvas as direct support on half the tour, and with The New Amsterdams as direct support on the other half. Dates and ticket on-sales will be announced soon.
Lydia will be recording an exclusive new song in the next couple weeks with producer Cory Spotts (The Stiletto Formal, goodbyetomorrow) for the new Atticus: Dragging the Lake 4 compilation. The compilation is tentatively scheduled for a May 9th release date.
Anterrabae leaves today to head out with The Fall of Troy and Protest the Hero. Following that run, they'll be hitting the road with Folly. Check below for dates. In related news, check out Anterrabe's website for a kickass merch sale!
Nashville's L.A.O. have announced their plans for the next couple of months. They have some February and March tour dates lined up (click their link for dates), and will then demo new material with producer Enoch Jensen (The #12 Looks Like You, Boy Sets Fire, Kaddisfly) this April in Massachusets. The band will follow up the recording with an East Coast stint with Foxy Shazam. Summer touring plans include runs with Valencia and Nural.
The online pre-sale for the upcoming Say Anything tour starts today for select shows. Buying tickets through the pre-sale will save you a few bucks on service charges. Dates which you can purchase via pre-order are below. For a full listing of tour dates, check out the band's website. Tickets go onsale to the general public on February 16th.
The second of three online pre-sales for the upcoming Alkaline Trio tour with Against Me! has started. If you get tickets through this service, then you will save a few bucks on service charges. Go here to purchase tickets for the dates below. Tickets will go onsale for the general public on February 9th. More dates will be announced throughout the next few weeks.