We've updated Monty's AP.net Profile with a new ABSOLUTExclusive video of them in the studio with Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, The Receiving End of Sirens) as they record their debut album for Stolen Transmission. Make sure you check it out as well as the previous ones; these guys are hilarious and they're definitely worth watching.
Halifax will be shooting a video in the LA area on April 8th and 9th, and are looking for a few female extras for the video between the ages of 18 and 28-ish. If you are interested, please send pictures / headshots and any previous acting/modeling experience to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boards Of Canada will be releasing Trans Canada Highway, a new EP, on June 6th. It features four new tracks and an Odd Nosdam remix of "Dayvan Cowboy", along with an original version. The original version will have a music video, which will be Board of Canada's first official music video.
MTV2 will be airing a "Making Of The Video" for Yellowcard's "Rough Landing Holly" tomorrow (3/21) at 2:30 PM, Wednesday 3/22 @ 8:30am, and Friday 3/25 @ 7:30am. If you missed any of the show, head over to MTV2.com for more information.
Click here to check out some stills from Transition's video shoot for their first single "Excusable." The band's new album, Get There, is due out on May 9th through Floodgate Records, and was produced by Mike Herrera of MxPx.
Chris from Less Than Jake was arrested early saturday morning on a "citizens arrest" charge, while the band were on location at a mall during their video shoot for "Overrated". The track will come as the first single from the bands forthcoming full-length, In With the Out Crowd. The fully story can be found below:
The creators of the popular "Wake The Dead" zombie video are now working on a video for The Vines new single "Don't Listen To The Radio." and are in need of a few actors/extras. If you're in the Los Angeles area (or willing to travel there next week) please e-mail Daniel, or reply to this post with any questions. The script for their new video is very keen.
Fall Out Boy's new video, "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me," clocks in at six minutes and forty seconds. The video premieres today on TRL; however, we're not sure if they're going to play the whole thing. If they don't, you'll have to go to MTV Overdrive after the show to see it in its entirety.