Today we're pumped to be bringing you a brand new track from The Saddest Landscape in the form of the title track from their upcoming Redefining Loneliness 7", which is available December 18th via Topshelf Records. Hit the replies or the band's AP.net profile to check it out, and be sure to check out the pre-orders here.
The Saddest Landscape have launched a Kickstarter to help fund the re-issue of the band's first two records, The Sound of the Spectacle and Lift Your Burdens High for this is Where We Cross. The band will release a limited edition 7", Redefining Loneliness, this Fall via Topshelf Records.
Download The Saddest Landscape's (pre-reunion) discography, All Is Apologized For. All Is Forgiven., for $1 here. All money goes to helping a friend of the band pay medical bills, so please consider a higher donation.
The Saddest Landscape's first EP, Cover Your Heart, will be reissued on vinyl by Topshself Records for Record Store Day on April 21. The band will also be playing a secret show in Wallingford, CT that day.
Topshelf Records has signed The Saddest Landscape. The band will enter New Alliance Studios in Boston, MA with producer John Taft on November 5 to begin recording a new full length, due out in early 2012.
Two of our very own, Adam Pfleider and Alex DiVincenzo, recently wrote blogs for The Saddest Landscape talking about their obsession with vinyl and everything that goes along with it. You can check out their pieces here and here respectively.
The Saddest Landscape and We Were Skeletons will release a split 7" next month on Topshelf Records. If you head to WWS's AP.net Profile, you can stream all three tracks. Fans of screamo will enjoy these two underrated bands. Let us know what you think in the replies.
This week's Five and Alive is a double dose from The Saddest Landscape. Head here to read up on five tips about getting your tunes waxed. Keep scrolling down for the band's top five favorite vinyl releases this year as well. Hit the replies and let us know which releases you were stoked on getting this year. If you've just started collecting, what awesome used vinyls did you snag this year? Thanks for keeping the tangible medium alive. Want more thoughts from TSL? They've got their own vinyl blog too.
2010 has proven to be good for the screamo revival, and The Saddest Landscape are making a strong contention to be named the year's best. Head over to the band's AP.net profile for an exclusive stream of You Will Not Survive, their first full-length since reuniting. The album streets on September 21st and can be pre-ordered here.