You can check out our interview with Emeryhere. The band's brand new album, You Were Never Alone, is out now.
Now this one I don’t really know, because so far they’re the most positive comments we’ve ever gotten. There’s two reasons that could be - one, the stuff’s great and everyone loves it; two, we’re releasing it ourselves, maybe we’re not getting enough people that aren’t predisposed to liking it to hear the record yet. I’m looking forward to moving ahead and pushing the record in general after the release, maybe we can get some negative comments that way, which means we’re reaching new people.
Matt Carter from Emery has launched a new podcast called Break It Down where he and lead singer Toby Morrell will premiere and break down the songs on their new album, You Were Never Alone, which will be out May 19th on BC Music. You can subscribe to the show on iTunes, but we've got the exclusive premiere of the very first episode in the replies.
"This book is a collection of stories from real women who have real struggles with sex addiction, masturbation and pornography. This topic is rarely addressed from a female Christian point of view and we are very thankful to be able to share it," commented BadChristian.
I attended Mars Hill for 10 years, beginning in 2002, when it was a single location. It is the only church where I have ever been a Christian. I have been a worship leader, deacon, redemption group leader, small group host and leader, have done Biblical counseling, and even been a volunteer sound guy. I learned almost EVERYTHING I know about Jesus, God, and the Bible there, mostly from Mark Driscoll himself. He is the single biggest human influence on my spiritual life. I have spent some time around him personally, including standing back stage shooting the shit right before he was going on to...
Toby and Matt from Emery will be chatting tonight in this thread at 8:30 PM EST (so about 10 minutes from now). Ask them about the band's upcoming record, the crowndfunding for it, the new label, and anything else. Come hang out!
Update: The chat is now over - thanks to Toby and Matt for hanging out tonight. Stay tuned for more details regarding the band's upcoming release.
This is a little last minute but we decided "what the heck?" - Toby and Matt from Emery will be chatting tonight on the site at 8:30 PM EST. Ask them about the band's upcoming record, the crowndfunding for it, the new label, and anything else. See you then!
As a reward for hitting their crowdfunding goal, Emery has released a video of Toby and Devin performing "In Shallow Seas We Sail" acoustically. Check it out in the replies. The band have also added some new stretch goals.
Emery have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help support their upcoming album, You Were Never Alone. It will be released this summer on BadChristian Music. The packages inlcude autographed merch, limited vinyl, personal fan experiences, and more. All packages come with downloads of two new, rough-version tracks from the upcoming album.
Something didn't feel right about someone else owning Emery's future recordings in perpetuity, especially when independent musicians are getting better opportunities to succeed every year. We want to own our music. We want to be able to sell it, give it away, re-record it in different ways, release vinyl, and do whatever we're inspired to do with it
Emery will launch a crowdfunding campaign for their new album, You Were Never Alone, next week. If you sign up for their mailing list, you'll get a free download of a new song.
It's been almost 11 years since we released 'The Weak's End.' That's a little hard to believe for us! In that time, we have seen more success than we could have possibly dreamed. We toured the world, created five more albums, and had the privilege of meeting and getting to know a ton of you along the way. You have never left us. As we came up with what we wanted to say here, it almost brought us to tears. We really were never alone. You are Emery. And you are the reason that we are still here, and why our...
Emery will be broadcasting one of their The Weak's End shows live this coming Saturday at 8pm PST. The first 20 AP.net readers can stream the show for only 99 cents (a seven dollar discount) if you use the code "APFIRST20" when you checkout from Afton.tv.
A broadcast ticket gets you full access to watch the live performances by: Emery, with original member Devin Shelton returning for the tour and a Matt Macdonald (The Class Crime) interactive acoustic storyteller set. Matt & Toby will host the show, taking questions, performing songs, and telling stories.