Sent By Ravens are streaming a new song titled “Mean What You Say” on their Facebook page. The song comes from the bands new album, Mean What You Say, due out February 28th on Tooth & Nail Records. You may also stream the song below. [Read more...]
Hit The Lights are streaming their video for “Earthquake” off their new album, Invicta, due out tomorrow. Check out the video below [Read more...]
Say Anything are offering up a pretty sweet pre-order for their new album, Anarchy, My Dear, set for release on March 13th, 2012. The pre-order consists of 6 different packages ranging from the CD only to the deluxe box-set with a zip-up hoodie.
Say Anything will be heading out on a headlining tour this spring.
The Ghost Inside, Senses Fail, Echo Movement, After The Burial, Mighty Mongo, Dead Sara and It Boys have been added to this years Warped Tour lineup. The full list of bands for the tour can be seen here.
The tour kicks off on June 16th in Salt Lake City and a full list of dates are available here. Pre-sale tickets go on sale on April 6th via the Warped Tour website.
The Say Anarchy Tour 2012 kicks off March 24th in San Francisco, CA at the Regency Ballroom and wraps up May 3rd in Los Angeles at The House of Blues. Tickets are available here. When you go to purchase tickets you also have the option of adding a premium bundle to your order with an exclusive t-shirt or poster only available through this pre-sale!
- Package 1 – T-Shirt: Say Anything “Burn a Miracle” T-shirt – $20
- Package 2 – Vinyl: Vinyl copy of the new Say Anything album, Anarchy, My Dear – $20
- Package 3 -Super Bundle: Say Anything “Burn a Miracle” T-shirt + limited edition Say Anything Burn A Miracle silk screen poster + Say Anarchy Tour 2012 laminate + Vinyl copy of the new Say Anything album, Anarchy, My Dear – $50
- Package 4 – Super Bundle with Meet & Greet (only available in select markets): Say Anything Burn a Miracle T-shirt + limited edition Say Anything Burn A Miracle silk screen poster + Say Anarchy Tour 2012 laminate + Vinyl copy of the new Say Anything album, Anarchy, My Dear – $75
Say Anarchy Tour 2012
3/24/2012 @ Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
3/25/2012 @ Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR
3/27/2012 @ The Showbox @ The Market – Seattle, WA
3/29/2012 @ The Complex- Grand Room – Salt Lake City, UT
3/30/2012 @ The Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
3/31/2012 @ Bourbon Theatre – Lincoln, NE
4/01/2012 @ The Firebird – St. Louis, MO
4/03/2012 @ Station 4 – St. Paul, MN
4/04/2012 @ House of Blues – Chicago, IL
4/05/2012 @ Clutch Cargos – Pontiac, MI
4/06/2012 @ The Opera House – Toronto, ON
4/07/2012 @ Corona – Montreal, QC
4/09/2012 @ Webster Theatre – Hartford, CT
4/10/2012 @ Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY
4/11/2012 @ Mr. Smalls Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA
4/13/2012 @ Best Buy Theatre- Times Square – New York, NY
4/14/2012 @ House of Blues – Boston, MA
4/15/2012 @ Theatre of the Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
4/17/2012 @ Black Cat – Washington, DC
4/18/2012 @ The National – Richmond, VA
4/20/2012 @ Orange Peel – Asheville, NC
4/21/2012 @ Cats Cradle – Carrboro, NC
4/22/2012 @ The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
4/24/2012 @ Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
4/25/2012 @ Beacham – Theatre Orlando, FL
4/27/2012 @ Warehouse – Live Houston, TX
4/28/2012 @ Live At Mokah – Dallas, TX
4/29/2012 @ La Zona – Rosa Austin, TX
5/01/2012 @ The Marquee – Tempe, AZ
5/02/2012 @ House of Blues – San Diego, CA
5/03/2012 @ House of Blues – Los Angeles, CA
* The Front Bottoms supporting on all shows from 3/24 to 4/11
* TALLHART (ex-Marksmen) supporting on all shows from 4/13 to 5/3
Blessed By A Broken Heart are streaming their new video for “Forever” off their upcoming album, Feel The Power, due out January 24th on Tooth & Nail Records.
“The ‘Forever’ video was all about locations,” explains guitarist Sam Ryder. “Our director, Robbie Starbuck, totally came through on the desert location, such an epic backdrop and so much space. The last scene we shot was at a local dive bar. There was no faking here, we had the time of our freakin’ lives! Me and Tyler missed a load of our shots because we were singing NWA karaoke, but you know, duty calls. The locals loved it. We had our wrap party right there after the last scene. We left that bar after a few late night renditions of ‘It’s America,’ but our legacy lives on”¦”