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Nov 19, 2007

Help pick the next Dashboard Confessional music video

1. Click here (http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=17614584) to go to our videos channel. 2. Watch the 4 videos in “Dashboard Confessional’s Favorites” 3. Click on “Booyah!” for the one you like, and “No Way!” for the ones you don’t. 4. We will announce the winner on Wednesday, November 28 so hurry up and get on it!

Nov 19, 2007

Vote & Win!

You can vote for The Bled and From Autumn To Ashes in Atticus Album Of 2007 and be in chance of winning whole bunch of clothing goodness! Go

Nov 13, 2007

Senses Fail -- Still Searching DELUXE in stores TODAY

Senses Fail - Still Searching (Deluxe Version)

Nov 09, 2007

Protest The Hero - Fortress in stores 28/01/08

The 10-song set was produced by Julius “Juice” Butty and recorded at Silo Studios in Hamilton, Ontario. “This album is nothing to be intellectualized,” stated lead singer Rody Walker. “All talk of wonder, pathos and optimism (blindfolded) aside (hink). I feel it’s a very natural progression for us. A natural progression into further obscurity. I am of the belief a lot of the people who work for us were hoping for a stab at a more commercially viable album, however we wrote what we wanted without linear boundaries and created something less commercial than ever. Some fans of the band will hate it. And some people who hate the band will love it. All others can rot.” The band has not revealed any further details, other than to indicate that Fortress will not revolve around a single concept, like Kezia, their 2006 debut but is instead more closely akin to “goddess worship in the tradition of Robert Graves,” according to lyricist and bassist, Arif Mirabdolbaghi.

Nov 08, 2007

Protest The Hero - Fortress in stores 1/29

The 10-song set was produced by Julius “Juice” Butty and recorded at Silo Studios in Hamilton, Ontario. “This album is nothing to be intellectualized,” stated lead singer Rody Walker. “All talk of wonder, pathos and optimism (blindfolded) aside (hink). I feel it’s a very natural progression for us. A natural progression into further obscurity. I am of the belief a lot of the people who work for us were hoping for a stab at a more commercially viable album, however we wrote what we wanted without linear boundaries and created something less commercial than ever. Some fans of the band will hate it. And some people who hate the band will love it. All others can rot.” The band has not revealed any further details, other than to indicate that Fortress will not revolve around a single concept, like Kezia, their 2006 debut but is instead more closely akin to “goddess worship in the tradition of Robert Graves,” according to lyricist and bassist, Arif Mirabdolbaghi.

Nov 07, 2007

The Bled Post New Music Video

Check out The Bled's new music video for Shadetree Mechanics here.

Nov 07, 2007

Pitchfork ATP

The Hold Steady are playing this years All Tomorrows Parties festival curated by Pitchfork.

Nov 05, 2007

FATA TV

The bands current album 'Holding A Wolf By The Ears' is OUT NOW on Vagrant Records.

Nov 02, 2007

Vagrant Welcomes Murder By Death

We’re proud to announce that Bloomington, IN’s MURDER BY DEATH has signed to the label. The quartet’s fourth full-length, Red of Tooth and Claw, will be released in the early spring of 2008.

Nov 01, 2007

Saves The Day, Dr. Manhattan and A Cursive Memory in MTV contest

Saves The Day, Dr. Manhattan and A Cursive Memory all have songs available for download for you to use! Visit the link below for more details and to enter! http://content.vmtv.com/mtv_central/videocontest.html