Me Vs Myself is made up of members of Seattle's own Forgive Durden, Aiden and On the Last Day, but they don't sound like any of those groups. Instead, the band plays what they proudly call "all-American rock" with catchy, radio-ready anthems. Head to their AP.net profile to stream a new song entitled "Before I Wake." It's the upbeat opener to their EP, Where I Am... Where I Want To Be, which is due out November 29.
Fueled by Ramen posted on their website announcing an original, fully staged adaptation of "Razia's Shadow" by Forgive Durden at Playhouse 22 in East Brunswick, New Jersey. It runs five performances this weekend, from July 15 - 17. More information can be found on facebook.
Thomas Durden (Forgive Durden) is in the process of re-writing Razia's Shadow for stage purposes, which includes changing up the storyline. A performance of "The Missing Piece" with changed lyrics can be seen in the replies.
For $7, you can get a copy of Forgive Durden's Wonderland signed and personalized and shipped to your place of residence with two exclusive remixes. Merry Christmas and may this put a smile on your face from ear to ear. Check out the deal here.
Casey Bates has started a new venture, The Mixing Station, which will allow smaller, unsigned bands the opportunity for high-quality mixes at a lower price. The site just went live and is offering $200/song. Thomas Dutton (Forgive Durden) is also working for the company as an engineer. Check out more here.
Update: The chat is now over. We'd like to thank Forgive Durden, Fueled by Ramen, and Casey Bates for hanging out with us tonight. Be sure to pick upRazia's Shadow, in stores now!
At approximately 9 p.m. EST, Forgive Durden will chatting in this thread. Come on in and discuss the recent Razia's Shadow, the full performance at Bamboozle, or just say hello. Think you can beat the record for longest chat?
Do not forget that Forgive Durden will be chatting tonight on AP.net at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST. He is ready to stay up as late as needed, so be sure to show up and ask him about the band's upcoming tour, or just wait around until he leaves so you can say, "Thomas NOOOOO!"
Forgive Durden will be chatting on AP.net this Thursday, March 19, at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST. Join this chat to pick the brain behind Razia's Shadow, the future of the band, or just say hello and complain about the Seattle Supersonics leaving.
David Kalani Larkins, bassist for Forgive Durden, is also responsible for a good amount of the press photography for Fueled By Ramen. You can see full sets of some of his work on his blog. Go to his official site for more.
Forgive Durden have just posted their cover of Sufjan Stevens' "Sister Winter" on their blog, but they've allowed us to make it available as a free download. Grab it on their AP.net Profile (bottom right corner).
Thomas Dutton from Forgive Durden has selected the 10 winners from our Razia's Shadow contest. Watch the video in the replies or on youtube to find out if your character choice was on point and your myspace was chosen. Congrats to the winners!
To celebrate the release of Razia's Shadow: A Musical, we've teamed up with Forgive Durden for a special contest. To enter, pick your favorite character from the cast of the musical, make their image your default photo on myspace, and post a comment on Durden's page. Sometime in the next week, Thomas Dutton will videotape himself selecting the winning character and participant.
The grand prize winner will get the Guitar Hero World Tour Band Kit, an autographed Razia's Shadow poster and a spot in Forgive Durden's top friends. Nine other commentors with the selected character's image will get an autographed poster and top friends spot. Good luck!