It is tough. Iíve learned to back away from social media and from looking at what people say. Weíre always really active with social media, updating our stuff, but in terms of looking at what people say, I try and stay away from it. AbsolutePunk is a terrible website. I donít look at it, because I really truly think that Jason Tate stirs things up. I get it, thatís his job, he makes money because people go to the website and he wants to stir things up. Thatís fine.
Foxy Shazam frontman Eric McNally talks about his band's new, free surprise albumGonzo, what that word means to him, and about the history of mental illness in his family which inspired a lot of this record. The interview gets pretty personal; you can check out a snippet below and read it in full here.
For me, gonzo isÖ I feel like my dad has lost his mind a little bit. Like, since I was a kid, I just feel like my dadís lost his mind. And I think thatís been something thatís hereditary in our family. I think ďgonzo,Ē for me, is my fear of what I mightÖ Itís like me applying my dad to myself, and my band and my career and everything. Just imagining. Or really being fearful of whatís to...
Sorority Noise will release their debut LP, Forgettable, on May 13th through Broken World Media and Storm Chasers Records. Tracklisting and artwork is in the replies, and a new song called "Rory Shield" can be streamed over at Property of Zack.
PropertyOfZack has launched its second annual March Sadness event. The first round consists of voting for 4 out of 5 bands that represent four categories of emo - the categories are separated into 1990s, 2000s, "reunion" and "revival," because of course they are. Discuss your votes in the replies.