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Saturday, September 15, 2007

ARTIST OF THE DAY
Scary Kids Scaring Kids

Hometown: Gilbert, AZ
Genre: Rock, Screamo, Alternative
Sounds like: Chiodos, Emery, A Change Of Pace
Current Album: Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Myspace: myspace.com/scarykids
Official Site: www.scarykidssociety.com/

Scary Kids Scaring Kids have come along way from their first album. I know its cliche to say a band has matured from album to album, but with SKSK’s latest release, maturity is the first word that comes to mind. Energetic rock with poppy chorus and dirty vocals are fluid on their self-titled latest release. Previous releases of their work I considered progressive and experimental, but in no means am I saying its a bad thing. This band has grown on me and with their latest release, I’m in love. Seriously, go pick up their latest and rock it.

by: Nevea Tears

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: Underoath A Moment Suspended In Time

3 years ago today, Johnny Ramone, guitarist in New York City punk rock pioneers the Ramones, dies at home in Los Angeles, California. He was 55 and had been suffering from prostate cancer. Johnny Ramone was born John Cummings in New York City on Oct. 8 1951. He is the third of the quartet’s original members to die in the preceding four years.

They say that what doesn’t kill us makes us who we are

lyrics from It Had To Be You by Motion City Soundtrack
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Montalbano 2007

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Motion City Soundtrack are looking to release their new upcoming album, Even If It Kills Me, on September 18th. Here is what the band had to say about what is going on recently:

Hi all, we’re in sunny Los Angeles shooting the final takes for our newvideo for “This Is For Real”. You’ll see this puppy in a few weeks, but we wanted to give you the head’s up that this thing is going to be “RIDICULOUS”, to put it in the words of Mr. Josh Cain.

Lots of other stuff happening in MCS world. We’re less then one month away from the release of our new album (Even If It Kills Me, in stores September 18), and of course, our big U.S. Headlining Tour this Fall with MAE, ANBERLIN, and METRO STATION is going to be great. Also, in case you forgot, we released the digital single for “This Is For Real” last week on iTunes.

Some cool stuff happening on the press front as well. Remember a couple of weeks ago when we played Lollapalooza? Well, we had the privilege of doing some fun stuff with Blender magazine, including this interview from backstage at Lolla. There is some live footage mixed in as well, so check it out to find out the latest on what’s happening in our world.

ALSO, there is a great new feature in the latest issue of Kerrang Magazine for you folks across the pond (it’s also available in the U.S.) where Justin talks about the songs and artists that changed his life. Be sure to check it out on the newstands, or, head over to our Myspace page to give it a read.

xoxo TEAM MCS

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Matt from Motion City Soundtrack updates us on why they had to move their upcoming album release date back, significantly back:

i’m sorry this has all been so confusing. well, the truth is that the release date HAS been pushed back to september 18. we really wanted to hurry and get the record out on july 17, but it was proving to be more difficult as time went on. if i remember correctly, a bunch of you predicted that we’d be putting a record out around september-time and were REALLY surprised when you found out we chose july 17. well, you were right. we should have gone with YOUR guts. haha.

anyway, pushing the date back was the last thing we wanted to do – mainly out of respect for all of you. if it makes any difference, we feel a lot better having a little more time to breathe and more time to make final decisions. the bottom line is, we’re REALLY happy with the way everything is headed and we don’t want to rush anything just to meet a deadline.

thanks to each and everyone of you for understanding and for sharing your concerns. the last thing we wanted to do was upset the most important people in our careers (that’s YOU GUYS!).”

Here’s some updates and rumors cleared up by Motion City Soundtrack. They recently posted this via myspace:

Hi everyone, hope all is well. Anyone catch The Great American Freedom Machine at Bamboozle over the weekend? We heard that they were pretty good, but we also heard that they ripped off a lot of our material. Damn them!

Speaking of Bamboozle, we heard that there were a lot of rumors floating around regarding our new album. Well, we just want to set the record straight: To put it simply, the album will be out on Tuesday, September 18. Any artwork, track listings, or other info regarding Even If It Kills Me that you may have heard, seen, or read is not necessarily what you will find come September 18. Maybe, but not necessarily. Everything is still in the works… That’s the truth and nothing but the truth kids!

Lastly, almost all of the presale tickets that went on sale yesterday are gone. There are a few tickets left in a couple of markets, but they’ll surely be gone any minute now, so don’t wait. Go a here to take advantage of the presale.

Thanks much (and as always) for your support!

Matt, Tony, Jesse, Josh, Justin

Here’s some news about recent tracklistings for upcoming albums:

Boys Night Out – Boys Night Out
01. Get Your Head Straight
02. Swift and Unforgiving
03. The Push and Pull
04. Up With Me
05. The Heirs of Error
06. Let Me Be Your Swearword
07. Hey, Thanks
08. Fall For The Drinker
09. Apartment 4
10. Reason Ain’t Our Long Suit
11. It Won’t Be Long

Straylight Run – The Needle The Space
01) The Words We Say
02) The Miracle That Never Came
03) Soon We’ll be Living in the Future
04) How Do I Fix My Head
05) Who Will Save Us Now
06) Cover Your Eyes
07) We’ll Never Leave Again
08) Take It To Manhattan
09) Still Alone
10) This is the End
11) Buttoned Down
12) Track #12
13) The First of This Century

Various Artists – Warped Tour 2007 Compilation
Disc 1
Alkaline Trio – “Fire Down Below”
Bad Religion – “Requiem for Dissent”
Killswitch Engage – “The Arms of Sorrow”
As I Lay Dying – “Confined”
Cute Is What We Aim For – “Lyrical Lies (electric)”
Big D and The Kids Table – “Steady Riot”
Tiger Army – “Afterworld”
I Am Ghost – “Our Friend Lazarus Sleeps”
Norma Jean – “Songs Sound Much Sadder”
The Matches – “Little Maggots”
Only Crime – “Take Me”
LoveHateHero – “Amity”
Amber Pacific – “Summer (In B)”
Buck-O-Nine – “I’m Not Dead”
Street Dogs – “Fading American Dream”
The Briggs – “Song of Babylon”
Escape the Fate – “Reverse This Curse”
Gallows – “Rolling with the Punches”
Madina Lake – “House of Cards”
Haste the Day – “Akeldema”
Blessthefall – “Could Tell a Love”
Guff – “Sympathy of Voices”
Set Your Goals – “This Song Is Definitely Not About a Girl”
My American Heart – “The Shake (Awful Feeling)”
Mayday Parade – “Black Cat”

Disc 2

The Used – “The Ripper ”
Poison The Well – “Letter Thing”
Chiodos – “To Trixie and Reptile, Thanks for Everything”
Bayside – “Duality”
Paramore – “This Circle”
Gogol Bordello – “60 Revolutions”
Aiden – “We Sleep Forever”
Vanna – “The Things He Carried”
The Human Abstract – “Mea Culpa”
Ryan’s Hope – “Killing Through Song”
Meg & Dia – “Monster”
Bedouin Soundclash – “Until We Burn In The Sun (The Kids Just Want Love Song)”
Smoke or Fire – “The Patty Hearst Syndrome”
The Casualties – “In It for Life”
The Toasters – “You’re Gonna Pay”
The Higher – “Insurance?”
Piebald – “Oh, The Congestion”
Blinded Black – “Under The Sunrise”
Greeley Estates – “The End of All We Know”
Strung Out – “Calling”
Parkway Drive – “Smoke ‘Em If Ya Got ‘Em”
The Unseen – “At Point Blank”
Olympia – “M-80”
Tokyo Rose – “A Pound of Silver Is Worth Its Weight in Blood”
Mad Caddies – “State of Mind”

Motion City Soundtrack – Even If It Kills Me
01. Fell In Love Without You
02. This Is For Real
03. It Had To Be You
04. Last Night
05. Calling All Cops
06. Can’t Finish What You Started
07. The Conversation
08. Broken Heart
09. Hello Helicopter
10. Where I Belong
11. Point Of Extinction
12. Antonia
13. Even If It Kills Me

Motion City Soundtrack will be headlining a tour this summer with The Higher, The Forecast, and Sherwood.

Below are a list of dates to the tour:
July 5 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
July 6 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
July 7 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
July 8 – Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
July 10 – Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy
July 11 – San Diego, CA – Soma
July 12 – Phoenix, AZ – The Clubhouse
July 14 – Denver, CO – The Marquee
July 20 – Orlando, FL – The Social
July 21 – Atlanta, GA – The Loft @ Center Stage
July 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre Of Living Arts
July 24 – Boston, MA – Axis
July 25 – New York, NY – Gramercy Theater
July 28 – Mt. Fuji, Japan – Fuji Rock Festival
Aug 01 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall
Aug 02 – Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
Aug 04 – Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
Aug 06 – Cleveland, OH – The Agora
Aug 07 – Toronto, ON – Opera House