Bullet Train to Vegas have announced plans for an indefinite hiatus, citing a change in interests as cause for the separation. The quartet released their latest effort, We Put Scissors Where our Mouths Are, in 2005 courtesy of Nitro Records.
Much The Same has finished recording their sophmore album, Survive, and will release it on August 29th. Check out "The Greatest Betrayal," the first track from the record, as well as the cover art at the band's MySpace. The effort was produced by Cameron Webb. Tracklisting is below.
The Aquabats will be releasing a limited edition of Charge!!. You get the full album, plus three, brand new unreleased songs from the album's recording session, plus a DVD featuring the video for "Fashion Zombies!," behind-the-scenes footage, and much more. Pre-orders are available now at Interpunk; you can get a free poster with your pre-order while supplies last.
The Aquabats would like to welcome their brand new guitarist, Eagle "Bones" Falconhawk, to their lineup. Additionally, the band will be re-releaing 2005's Charge!! in the form of a double-disc CD/DVD combo. The CD itself has been re-mastered and will contain three brand new tracks, and the DVD will feature all sorts of exclusive, behind-the-scenes material. The cover art for the re-release can be found in the replies, as well as the official press release from the band can be found below:
Crime In Stereo have announced two record release shows for their upcoming album, The Troubled Stateside, which hits shelves on April 18th. Both shows will be held at TGIF Sights and Sounds on Long Island, NY and will take place on May 12th and 14th. Kill Your Idols, Paint It Black, With Honor, Dead Hearts, Blacklisted and more will be playing with them.
If you head over to the Nitro Records MySpace page, you can grab a No Trigger banner. If you put the banner up on your MySpace page and send the link to Nitro via MySpace, they'll send you some free goodies. While you're there, stop and listen to "The Honshu Underground," a song from No Trigger's excellent upcoming full-length Canyoneer.
Much the Same is currently in the studio with producer Cameron Webb recording their sophomore album, Survive. The record is slated for release this summer; click here to check out the band's studio journal.
Bullet Train To Vegas will be touring the west coast in March with Read Yellow and Haram followed by a three week tour covering the midwest and east coast in April. When the band returns home from touring, they will enter the studio with producer Alex Newport (At The Drive In, The Mars Volta, Ikara Colt) to record their new cd that is tentatively titled, Blasphemy So Divine.
Bullet Train To Vegas will be hitting the studio around the beginning of May to record their follow up album to We Put Scissors Where our Mouths Are with producer Alex Newport (At The Drive In, The Mars Volta, Ikara Colt). The new album is tentatively titled Blasphemy So Divine and is expected out in the Summer. Below are the band's upcoming tour dates.
On April 18th the Long Island-based, Crime In Stereo will release their Nitro Records debut, The Troubled Stateside. The band's hardcore roots remain intact on this album, but they continue to move beyond the genre with more mid-tempo tracks, and vocalist, Kristian Hallbert, dropping it down a notch occasionally from his usual high-energy delivery to a more melodic approach. Lyrically, The Troubled Stateside is a study of a touring band, the industry they're up against, the state of their nation, and their impending adulthood. Listen to a new MP3 of "Bicycles for Afghanistan".
Nitro Records' No Trigger have announced a release date of March 21st for their debut album, Canyoneer. The Oxford, Massachusetts band recorded the album at the Blasting Room with producers Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore. In addition to the previously released MP3, "The Honshu Underground," No Trigger have also revealed a new song called "More To Offer" for streaming on their Myspace page. You can view the album art here and the tracklisting below.