Message from The Fall of Troy

I am looking at the Manipulator artwork right now. There has been a CRITICAL typo in the liner notes…

One of our oldest, dearest, most talented friends – Nouela Johnston – sang backup vocals on the following songs:

* Cut Down All The Trees and Name The Streets After Them
* The Dark Trail
* Quarter Past
* Oh! The Casino!?

As well as any of the keyboard/organ parts you hear. She wrote all of the keyboard parts and arranged them.

I feel absolutely terrible about this typo. I did NOT play a note of keyboards on this record. She deserves 100% credit for her contribution to the completion of this record.

We hope to bring her out when we do a headlining tour supporting Manipulator in […]

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Final Boysetsfire performance June 9th in Philadelphia

After twelve years of touring, legendary hardcore/punk rock band Boysetsfire will be playing their final show on June 9th in Philadelphia. Join us as we celebrate the entire career of a band that has forged ahead and shaped the sound of an entire generation. Tickets are going fast, but a few are still available.

Boysetsfire has meant a lot to the Equal Vision family and we’re proud to have been their record label home for the last few years.

Saturday, June 9th – 7:00pm
Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
w/ The Sleeping, Tim Barry (Avail) solo
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Chiodos post new demo online

Chiodos post new demo online

Chiodos have been hard at work, demoing for their new album titled Bone Palace Ballet, tentatively slated for release in Late Summer / Early Fall 2007. The guys plan on hitting the studio in May with Casey Bates (Fear Before the March of Flames, Gatsbys American Dream) in the producer’s chair. As a ‘thank you’ to the the fans who have helped sell 150,000 copies of their latest album All’s Well that Ends Well, the band has decided to give them a taste of what’s to come by streaming an as-yet-untitled demo from the new album on their MySpace page.

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Fear Before The March of Flames announce European Tour

Colorado-based Fear Before The March of Flames and Canadian band The End (Relapse Records) have announced a month-long co-headline European tour in August. Joining them as main support will be California-based Heavy Heavy Low Low.

Fear Before The March of Flames will be touring in support of their latest album, The Always Open Mouth, which was just released on limited edition vinyl last month through Suburban Home and Grey Flight Records.

For all dates and information, visit Fear Before The March of Flames official website.

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Dear and the Headlights “Sweet Talk” music video

Dear and the Headlights have posted their first music video from Small Steps, Heavy Hooves for the song “Sweet Talk”. Click one of the links below to watch!

* Launch Video

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Catch Dear and the Headlights on tour with Plain White T’s, Lovedrug, and Boys Night Out through the beginning of May.

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New Circa Survive song now available online

Visit Circa Survive’s MySpace profile to hear “The Difference Between Medicine and Poison is in the Dose” from the upcoming album, On Letting Go.

On Letting Go will be available in stores and online May 29th.

Circa Survive is back on the east coast finishing up The Alternative Press Tour – co-headlining with Cute Is What We Aim For, and with amazing support from As Tall As Lions, and Envy on the Coast.

On Friday, April 27th, Circa Survive is scheduled to perform at Coachella in Indio, CA with Bjork, Arctic Monkeys, and Interpol (just to name a few). Get your tickets while they’re still available!

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Seemless on tour with Fu Manchu, live video on UVTV

There is a new live video of Seemless available for viewing at the Underground Video Television website.

The clip is for the band’s track “In My Blood” from their new album, What Have We Become and was filmed in Syracuse NY at The Country Club.

Seemless features former Killswitch Engage vocalist Jess Leach as well as former members of Shadows Fall. The band’s second full length studio effort What Have We Become, which was recorded at Massachusetts’ Longview Studios (where rock legends like Aerosmith and The Rolling Stones have recorded), is best described as ‘a blend of rock ‘n roll soul and heavy metal blues’.

Seemless is currently on a North American tour with Fu Manchu throughout April and May. For dates, […]

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Exclusive new song from The Fall of Troy at

Our brothers and sisters in Cleveland at Alternative Press Magazine have posted an exclusive new song from The Fall of Troy’s new album, Manipulator.

Click here to hear a quality streaming version of “Semi-Fiction” from the new album, in stores May 1st.

Hey! Speaking of Alternative Press, if you preorder Manipulator, you can get a one-year subscription to Alternative Press – both for only $21. That’s a wicked cheap CD, and you save over $40 on the subscription.

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The Sound of Animals Fighting DVD available May 1st

In August of 2006, The Sound of Animals Fighting performed in their only four shows ever at The House of Blues in San Diego, Las Vegas, Hollywood, and Anaheim. Lucklily, a camera crew was at the Anaheim show to capture this once in a lifetime show on film.

We Must Become The Change We Want To See encompasses the energy of all four shows onto on single DVD video. The DVD features the entire live performance, bonus footage unavailable anywhere else, and it will be released in a special digipak case with artwork by Marc McKnight (bassist of Atreyu).

The DVD is a Hot Topic and MerchNow exclusive, so you won’t find it in any other stores. Preorder now to have […]

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Olympia full album stream at

Our friends at Purevolume are hosting an exclusive full album stream of Olympia’s debut album, Emergencies on their profile. Click here to stream the album in its entirety!

Olympia is taking to the streets next week to begin a series of dates with He Is Legend, Classic Case, and Boxbomb. On April 19th, Olympia will start a full U.S. tour with As Cities Burn! To see all dates, visit the Olympia tour page.

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