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Jan 30, 2008

Check Out More Bandarazzi

Our very own A Cursive Memory have posted more Bandarazzi videos on their MySpace page

Jan 29, 2008

Murder by Death posts Fuego! on myspace page

Fuego, the first new song to be released from Red of Tooth and Claw, has been posted on the myspace page! Go to the Murder By Death myspace page to give it a listen!

Jan 29, 2008

Protest The Hero Now In Stores!

Protest The Hero's new album "Fortress" hits stores today. Pick it up on iTunes, Amazon or anywhere you buy music!

Jan 29, 2008

New City and Colour Video!

You can check out City and Colour's new video for "Waiting..." on!

Jan 29, 2008

Protest The Hero - Fortress OUT MONDAY

The new album from Protest The Hero is out Monday. You can listen to Rody from band talking about 'Fortress' in exclusive podcast here

Jan 28, 2008

A Cursive Memory Post Bandarazzi Teaser

Check out A Cursive Memory's first Bandarazzi clip here.

Jan 26, 2008

City and Colour redesigns website!

Check out the awesome new City and Colour website at

Jan 25, 2008

A Cursive Memory Pre-Order

You can now pre-order A Cursive Memory's Vagrant debut, Changes, on the Vagrant store. For $7.99 you'll receive the album, the RESPECK! ep, a signed poster and a sticker! Click here to order!

Jan 25, 2008

Protest The Hero is streaming Fortress on Myspace!

Myspace is featuring a full album stream of Fortress on the Protest The Hero profile! Click here to hear the entire album!

Jan 25, 2008

Thrice announces Alchemy Index Vols III & IV: Air & Earth

Click here for the press release document! The much anticipated second installment of The Alchemy Index, Vols. III & IV: Earth & Air will be available April 15th, 2008, via Vagrant Records. On Earth & Air, the band channels a panorama of musical moods and soundscapes, creating a spectral beauty of inspiring sound. A departure from songwriting tactics used on all prior releases, The Alchemy Index was done in the band’s own studio and engineered by guitarist Teppei Teranishi, without the assistance of an outside producer. “Although we wrote and recorded all 4 discs in the same time period, there was definitely and different approach to each one,” says singer Dustin Kensrue. Armed with completely open minds and lacking any conceptions as to what this release would bring the newest collection of songs from Thrice is a passionate and beaming follow-up to their celebrated, Fire & Water. From the introductory notes of “Digging My Own Grave,” on the Earth disc, to the sprawling echoed chords of “Come All You Weary,” Thrice have ventured into and conquered a new land in paramount proportions. “Earth was defined in the sense that we knew we wanted it very stripped down, with few electrified instruments or full drums. We recorded almost all of it in an empty wood floored room, as opposed to the studio where the rest of the record was done. It was done much quicker than the rest of the records and was very informal” says Kensrue. “We wanted it to sound like the listener is in the room with us, like you're just sitting in a room with a few guys playing music. We used exclusively acoustic instruments like acoustic piano, acoustic guitar, upright bass, banjo and wind instruments (except for "Come All You Weary") and I think that made a big difference in the vibe of the disc. It's definitely some of my favorite songs we've ever written/recorded says Teranishi. The singer’s sophisticated song craft and soulful, soaring tenor breaks through on the powerful and touching “Broken Lungs.” The haunting choral-esque “Daedalus” and euphoric “Silver Wings” will also be featured on the Air disc. “The Air disc is almost like a conglomeration of all four EP’s. While the rest of the records are pretty intentional and focused as far as their instrumentation and dynamics, the Air disc seems to be a bit more all over the place. There's stuff on there that's super stripped down, just acoustic guitar and singing, there's a song that's fully electronic, there's more traditional rock stuff (guitar, bass, drums), and there's even some more use of horns, says Teranishi. “Finding what made something work for Air was somewhat more elusive, and that ended up being a defining factor in the final choice of songs for that record,” says Kensrue. Kensrue took the elemental theme still further by composing an original sonnet for each EP, set to music, yet organized in the traditional English structure and rhythmic fashion. These passages (“Child of Dust” on Earth; and “Silver Wings” for Air) offer powerful sentiments that serve as thought-provoking closers for each EP’s respective journey. “Each sonnet is written from the point of view of the personified element, speaking to mankind, and lamenting our various failings,” explains Kensrue. Thrice will be headlining their first Canadian tour next month with Say Anything and Attack in Black and are also pleased to announce their U.S. headlining tour starting in mid-April with good friends, Circa Survive and Pelican. Tickets for the Canadian tour are on sale now and tickets for the headlining tour will be available for purchase in February. Stayed tuned for updates and check out for all your Thrice needs.