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08:30 PM on 04/10/13
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From the Press ReleaseAs they embark on the second leg of their sold-out FACETHE MUSIC arena tour of Canada; Vancouver-based Marianas Trench have announced their signing to Cherrytree Records as their new label home for all countries outside of Canada. In Canada, the band will remain on 604 Records. Marianas Trench will release their four-song U.S. debut Face The Music EP May 14th on Cherrytree/604Records/Interscope Records and will headline The Noise Tour Powered By Journeys which kicks off May 16that the Knitting Factory in Spokane, WA (see below for tour dates).

The Face The Music EP will feature four songs including "Desperate Measures" and “Haven’t Had Enough”, both of which are featured on Marianas Trench’s third full length Canadian release Ever After.

Below is a list of initial dates for The Noise Tour Powered By Journeys featuring Marianas Trench. All tickets go on sale April 12th. More dates to be announced soon.

5/16 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory
5/17 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theater
5/18 Seattle,WA Showbox at the Market
5/21 San Francisco,CA Slim’s
5/25 Salt Lake City,UT The Complex
5/26 Denver,CO TheSummit Music Hall
6/1 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
6/4 Nashville,TN Cannery Ballroom
6/10 Boston,MA Paradise Rock Club
6/15 Buffalo,NY Artpark
08:42 PM on 04/10/13
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Finally on a label in the states! I think they could be gigantic in the US.

They put on one of the best arena shows I've ever seen last October. Definitely curious to see if they can pull off the same thing in the US.

Are there going to be any new tunes on this EP?

They don't say, I think it'll just be acoustic tracks or something, but I could be wrong.
08:50 PM on 04/10/13
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Saw them open for simple plan in vancouver last february and it was n amazing production. gonna have to be scaled down for these venues

Definitely, but down the line it could be a possibility. We'll just have to see I guess.
08:56 PM on 04/10/13
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This is how I feel about lots of American bands, haha. Even Fall Out Boy still hasn't done a real Canadian tour... and they've been together for like 12 years now.
08:40 AM on 04/11/13
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The press release says 4 songs on the EP, 2 from Ever After and 2 new ones.

Cool, I believe you, the the press release I got obviously doesn't go into specifics though...
11:11 AM on 04/11/13
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Also I saw on Twitter that they said it would be over a year until they released a completely new album

Bummer, but not a huge surprise. Ever After hasn't even been out for 2 years yet, I understand that they might want to take a bit of a break.

Actually, I would like to see a FOB/MT tour. Would work in relation to FOB's new sound.

Not going to lie, Marianas Trench is one of the first things I thought of when I heard Save Rock and Roll on Monday. They've definitely gone in the same direction (though Marianas Trench have never had the same "punk" ties FOB had) plus Josh and Patrick are both amazing singers. But I don't think I'd ever want to see them together, at least not in Canada. When Fall Out Boy (finally!) come here I want them to be the headliners.
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