We debutedBackslashes and Bad Ideas' new single last month, and now we have their entire EP, There's No Place Like Home, for your listening pleasure. Head to the replies to hear it. Listen for a guest spot by Fred Mascherino (Terrible Things, ex-Taking Back Sunday) on the track "Defend Josh's Life." The effort comes out on Tuesday via Harbor Records.
I've had a few users ask about the Terrible Things tab book that was up on Kickstarter. I reached out to Fred and he has assured me that they're all almost done. It's taken him about 4x longer than he expected to write them up. But they are coming.
It's Friday - how about a new band? Live Alive's a brand new act with a pretty cool sound, hitting an energetic pop-rock/pop-punk sound somewhere between Go Radio, Fireworks, and old Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. Today we've got the band's second song ever, "Movin' On," featuring none other than Terrible Things/ex-Taking Back Sunday vocalist Fred Mascherino. Go have a little fun in the replies and enjoy some new talent.
From the legendary palace-like studios to the punk rock basements, Iíve recorded in just about every situation imaginable. Iím now offering my experience and talents to other bands and producers. Send me your songs and Iíll record rhythms, leads, acoustic, mandolin and moreÖ For guitars, Iíll record my best tone into ProTools HD and also a direct signal for re-amping. Iíll work with any budget and weíll get it done quick! Email me for more info: FPMascho@gmail.com
Hit the replies to check out Terrible Things' Nervous Energies session. The band performs two tracks from their Pre-Transmission EP, "Last Look" and "Innocent," along with "Lullaby." You can order Terrible Things' new EP, which features a song from Jon Simmons of Balance and Composure, here.
In correlation with the release of their upcoming EP, Pre-Transmission, Terrible Things will be playing a CD release show on December 15th at The Note in west Chester, PA with Goddamnit and Modern Suits. The show only costs $1.
In this installment of Backstage Sessions filmed at the 2011 Warped Tour, Terrible Things frontman Fred Mascherino performs a trio of impressive ditties in Mansfield, MA: "Can't Be True," "Revolution" and "Intro." Check them out in the replies.