02) The Great Depression
03) We Could Be Kings
04) Autism Vaccine Blues
05) Same Disease
07) Father's Son
08) Stockholm Syndrome
09) Becoming Secular
10) The Shine
Updating our previous post projecting sales numbers of Sleeping With Sirens' new album, Feel, the final numbers have come in and the album sold 59,000 units in its debut week. That was good enough to place it at No. 3 on the Billboard charts, behind Queens of the Stone Age's debut week and Daft Punk's strong second week of Random Access Memories. The debut marks the band's best sales week and Rise Records' highest debut total ever. Congrats to the band and their entire team!
Coming in at No. 3 is a new arrival from rock act “Sleeping With Sirens,” which scores its best sales week and highest-charting album ever with “Feel.” The album debuts with 59,000 sold. Twenty-seven percent of the...
SECRETS will release their sophomore album, Fragile Figures, on July 23rd via Velocity/Rise Records. You can watch an album teaser in the replies.
01) How We Survive
02) Ready for Repair
03) Forever and Never
04) Artist vs. Who?
05) Wasted Youth (Part 1)
06) The Architect (Part 2)
07) Maybe Next May
08) Fragile Figures
09) Live Together, Die Alone
10) Infinite Escape
11) Sleep Well, Darling
Billboard is reporting that Sleeping With Sirens will sell around 60,000 units of Feel in its first week on the charts, which will be second to Queens of the Stone Age (projected 80K) for debut albums in the week ending June 9. That number should be good enough to land Sleeping With Sirens in the top three on the Billboard 200 (competing with Daft Punk for the No. 2 slot). This would be the highest sales week of the band's career and, impressively, Rise Records' highest-selling debut.
Yelling out lyrics like “I’m finding new ways to burn” during “Disassemble” and being able to hear one of my favorite lines of last blasted in my ears as Carroll yelled, “You can click your heels until you wear holes in the floor / And realize that no place feels like home anymore” on the penultimate “Stay In The Sun”…these are moments you don’t forget. This is why live music is so incredible. This is why you need to see this band live, as it makes you appreciate their records even more – if you can even believe that.
Forming in Reno, NV in January 1980, 7 Seconds was the originator of the West Coast Hardcore sound that influenced just about every hardcore band including; Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits and modern day bands like Title Fight and American Nightmare. It is safe to say the band helped start the “Youth Crew” sound. Releasing an EP called “Walk Together, Rock Together” in 1985 officially put them on the map. Their positive lyrical content influenced so many youths over the years and they weren’t afraid to push the envelope.
Redesigned and remastered for a vinyl only release, this record will only be made available as a pre-order and will only be pressed according to the amount of records pre-ordered over the course of one month. On May 20, 2013, all sales will end, and after the records are pressed and mailed out to all who ordered, the release will go out of print, once and for all. No copies for retail outlets, no digital download version, and certainly no CD version. Love it or hate it, here it is. Be warned!
PropertyOfZack has confirmed that Austin Carlile from Of Mice & Men was arrested for an altercation with a man on Saturday and that's why the band had to miss two days of its current tour with A Day To Remember. Carlile is expected to be released from jail today. The BG Newsreported the following.
Austin Carlile, 25, of Huntington Beach, Calif., was arrested for felonious assault outside of 149 North at 2:50 a.m. along with the band’s drum technician, Lionel Robinson II, 27, of Escondid, Calif., according to police reports.
Police responded to a fight between two groups of people in the street and one person lying on the ground unconscious, leading to the arrest of Carlile and...
Transit will be hosting a listening party for Young New England on Monday, April 1st, at the Hard Rock in Boston. The band will be playing the entire album. The event is free but limited to the first 200 people in line - more details are in the replies.