Synthesis Magazine met up with The Fall of Troy last week in California and filmed a ten minute video interview where they talk about everything from the new music video to tasty hot dogs. Click here to watch!
In an attempt to prove that musicians aren’t just products of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll, SPIN.com has gathered together an eclectic group of literary-minded musicians to participate in our monthly online book club. Each month, a different artist will select a book that has impacted his/her music career and their club will read and discuss.
This month, Circa Survive guitarist Colin Frangicetto chose to discuss the book The Cosmic Serpent by Jeremy Narby. Read his discussion of the book, along with opinions from Shawn Harris of The Matches, Tegan Quin of Tegan & Sara, Drew Roulette of Dredg, and a few more.
Get real music ringtones for all twelve songs on Circa Survive’s new record On Letting Go, at RingtoneJukebox.com!
Each time you get a call from your honey, you’ll think of Circa Survive. Nice, right?
Right now, Circa Survive is on the road finishing up The Vans Warped Tour 2007. After the fun in the sun ends, they band will head over to England for five shows in the middle of September.
Stop by any Hot Topic location on Friday, August 24th at 6:00pm to hear the new Chiodos album, Bone Palace Ballet!
During the listening party, get 10% off your entire purchase!
On Tuesday, August 21st, Modern Life Is War will release their highly anticipated third album, Midnight In America.
Today PunkNews.org released a new song from the record called “Humble Streets” that isn’t available anywhere else!
Preorder Midnight In America and get a limited edition 7″, t-shirt, or both
Keep tabs on Dear and the Headlights’ current tour with Mae and As Tall As Lions by reading their tour blog at AZCentral.com.
Read about their breakthrough performance at Lollapalooza, and see what it’s like to be an opening band on a national tour!
To see Dear and the Headlights in your area, have a look at their upcoming tour dates.
Alternative Press Magazine is premiering the first new song from the upcoming Chiodos album, Bone Palace Ballet, which hits stores September 4th.
Click here to stream “Is It Progression If A Cannibal Uses A Fork?”
Love it? Yeah we thought so. Pop out your credit card or paypal account and preorder Bone Palace Ballet and get a free t-shirt or sick package deal.
Tune in to Fuse TV tonight to catch Circa Survive and Coheed and Cambria featured on Steven’s Untitled Rock Show!
7:00pm EST / 4:00pm PST
Steven is covering The Warped Tour, and Circa Survive will be on the show along with Funeral For A Friend and a couple other standout bands of Warped 2007.
Today The Fall of Troy released their new music video for “Cut Down All The Trees and Name The Streets After Them” from the new record Manipulator. The video was directed by Thomas Mignone.
WATCH VIDEO at YOUTUBE
Download Manipulator from iTunes.
The Fall of Troy hits the road this week for their 10 day tour with RX Bandits and Maps & Atlases. For dates, click here.
Coheed and Cambria have posted the first single, “The Running Free” from their upcoming album, No World For Tomorrow.
Visit Coheed and Cambria on MySpace to stream the new song.
The album will be released on October 23rd.
Those familiar with the Coheed and Cambria saga realize the full title is Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow, and will serve as the final chapter to the Coheed and Cambria story.
Learn about the group’s future plans in an in-depth interview with Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez at MTV.com