PropertyOfZack sat down
with Joe Boynton of
and talked about the evolution of his writing for the band's next album.
From The InterviewItís a really natural writing process. Itís like weíre writing the way we used to with Stay Home andThis Will Not Define Us. The songs donít sound the same, but itís the method and sequence of how weíre writing the songs. Itís a similar recipe, but itís not coming to come out the same. Listen & Forgive was completely different. It could sound similar, but songs like ďOver Your HeadĒ and ďSkipping StoneĒ grow as they move along. Thatís what weíre trying to hone in. We want that growing build up. You have a climax in a song and thereís momentum. It... 23 Comments -
Update: Chris Taylor, the former drummer, has sent us a message that he wasn't kicked out of the band, rather he and the band mutually agreed to part ways. You can watch his brief statement here.
Abandon All Ships
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Nick Ghanbarian of
. They discussed plans for writing and recording new music, record label shopping, and much more.
From The InterviewWeíve got to start hammering out what label is going to be best for us. In a perfect world, weíll go back with Gil again. He was the best weíve ever worked with and put our best foot forward with him. Itíd be great to have that again. Maybe do it in a different state. We did it in Woodstock and Hoboken. Itíd be cool to go to California. Your surroundings to reflect on the album. Thatís why Shudder sounds happy to me; we were all in California under the sun. In a perfect world, we hope thatís an option. 26 Comments -
In a recent
Taking Back Sunday
noted that they will be renting a house again to demo and write the rest of their record in early 2013. It's unknown if the band is still with
From The IntervewAdam: Thatís still left to be seen. I donít know if youíve noticed, but rock music isnít doing that well right now because people just steal it. Itís interesting because with pop or country music, thatís still selling well. The demographic isnít stealing as much.
John: Itís also being played on the radio. 26 Comments -
You can check out
's recent interview with Nick and Jono Diener (
From The InterviewWe were in Rolling Stone. I thought that was cool for a bunch of dudes who put out a record without a label. That is pretty cool and made my parents real proud. 13 Comments -
Ben Liebsch of
You, Me, And Everyone We Know
and discussed the future of the band.
From the InterviewIím very hesitant to say that Iím definitely putting a band together and definitely playing shows, but finishing and hearing this EP has allowed me to see that I can do this sober and that I donít have to be in some tortured state to write the way I was writing. I can look down that hole without being in it. Thatís kind of what it was. It confirmed for me that Iím able to do this without a compromised mental and abusive situation. In theory, if all goes well, Iím hoping to put a band together over the next few months once Iím settled in Pennsylvania and... 30 Comments -
with Kellin Quinn of
Sleeping With Sirens
. In the interview, Quinn revealed that the band will begin recording its new album in January with Cameron Mizell.
From The InterviewWeíve been writing on this tour. We have about nine songs completed. Weíre going to take a few weeks to write in December. In January weíll go into the studio to record our next full-length. 13 Comments -
Our friends over at
Property of Zack
have premiered a new music video from Ohio-based band
to check out the video for the band's single "Ghost". RIYL: Paramore, Mayday Parade, You Me at Six.
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In a recent
is aiming to record in February or March for an early-fall release. They are currently label-free but will be signing a deal in the near future.
From The InterviewWe havenít as a band come together yet, but I have a lot of ideas that Iím really excited about. We all have ideas. Weíve started to show each other some of them, but once we get done with touring weíll get together and start working on new stuff. Hopefully we can go to the studio in February or March. Weíll have to see how it goes. Thatís the plan for now. 27 Comments -
and talked about her acoustic project that will release in early 2013, going back to Warner for her next record, and beginning recording of said record in 2013.
From The InterviewYou have to be careful. Itís their job to want to make you bigger. Itís your job as an artist to stand for what you know is right. You canít bend too far for the sake of making someone happy. Iíll be defending my artistic integrity till death. It got close last summer, but itís so important to me. I have that vision that goes a lot further down the road. Iíll take that to the grave with me. Iíll be defending good songs and will be saying things I want to say. Itís... 11 Comments -
You can check out
's interview with
The Maine here
From The InterviewNo Warner. The ideal position is to pay for the recording ourselves, have an album done, and see what happens from there. Whether that means signing a one record deal with somebody or trying our hand again independently. Weíd also like to create worldwide distribution. We hadnít had the means in the past. We recently teamed up with a record company from Italy that combined Pioneer and The Good Love together. We finally had physicals a year later. Weíre interested in seeing our options. We donít know whoís going to produce it yet, but we want to be in the hands of constructive criticism. 9 Comments -
recently interviewed Riley from
and they discussed the bandís
release, a new band with him, Ed, and Mike from
, and much more
From The InterviewEd and I have been working on music at our little rehearsal space. Ed, myself, and Michael Schumacher, who was in Hey Mercedes and has done front of house sound for us, have been working together. The three of us have similar taste in music and can work together in a way that works really well creatively. 10 Comments -
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