The Climbing (ex-Daphne Loves Derby/Transition) have just put out a new album called Perspective with guest vocals by Stephen Christian (Anberlin) and Mike Herrera (Mxpx). Listen on facebook or purevolume and then you can pre-order the record.
Harrison Wargo and Matt Colussy, former members of the now-defunct Transition, have surfaced in a new project titled The Morning Light. The band has posted two demos on their Myspace page; expect to hear some new tunes very shortly as the group just finished recording at Matt Squire's studio with Squire's assistant Jordan Schmidt.
On Transition's new album, Get There, if you rewind from track one you can hear a "hidden conversation." By the way, if you're contemplating if you should buy the disc or not, check out the band's AP.net Profile to stream it in its entirety. The album is in stores today.
Transition's new album, Get There, is now streaming in its entirety on the band's AP.net profile. The record hits stores on Tuesday, so pick it up if you like what you hear! Also, here's the video for the first single, "Excusable," in case you haven't seen it yet.
Transitionhas added some new tour dates for the month of May. All of the bands tour dates can be seen below. Don't forget you can hear tracks 1-6 off of their upcoming album, Get There, at their AP.net artist profile.
I had the chance to check out the All Time Low and Transition show last night in Orland Park, Illinois. The venue was Mojoes Coffee House which was a mediocre to say the least. It seems like an interesting coffee shop but clearly not built to host shows. Judging by the kids hanging out front it seems like they draw a pretty decent crowd as well. An okay number of kids made it out to the show, once All Time Low releases their next album it is now clear to me they are going to take off.
Nano may disagree but I thought they were spot on last night. Playing their catchiest tunes there were quite a few kids singing along. Alex honestly has an amazing voice and the musicianship is just so...
Transition has posted a clip of a new song titled "Winter" on their MySpace page. The clip features guest vocals from Mike Herrera of MxPx, who also produced their new album. For those who missed it, a full new song ("Excusable") can be heard on pureVOLUME.com. Get There hits stores on May 9th through Floodgate.
Transition has posted a brand new song titled "Excusable" from their forthcoming album, Get There, on pureVOLUME.com. Get There was produced by Mike Herrera of MxPx and is set to hit stores on May 9th through Floodgate. Just a reminder: we'll be doing a "leak" of the Get There starting on April 15th.
Click here to check out some stills from Transition's video shoot for their first single "Excusable." The band's new album, Get There, is due out on May 9th through Floodgate Records, and was produced by Mike Herrera of MxPx.
Below is the track listing for Transition's new album, Get There. The album was produced by Mike Herrera of MxPx and is set for a May 9th release via Floodgate. AP.net will be streaming the record in its entirety closer to the release date, so keep an eye out for that.