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Craig Mabbitt of Blessthefall has taken over lead vocalist for Escape The Fate.
Former signer, Ronnie Radke had left the band due to his five years probation in a fight that killed 18 year old Michael Cook..
Further details on the future of Escape The Fate still to come….
The Used have recently updated us on a couple of things. First off they will be releasing an extended EP called Shallow Believer on many popular digital stores such as iTunes for download. The digital extended EP is set to be released on February 19th. Here is the artwork and tracklist:
1. dark days
2. slit your own throat
3. devil beside you
4. into my web
5. my pesticide
6. choke me
7. sun comes up
8. sick hearts
9. back of your mouth
Secondly, the guys updated us on the progress of their writing and recording of a new, upcoming album and a new upcoming North America spring tour. Here is what they had to say:
We’re in the studio right now writing and recording new music and it is going great. We put up a few pics of us in the studio so check em out. In other news, we’re going to be on Love Line February 12th so peeps that if you dare aaaaaaaand………..hmmmmmmmmm………..any day now we should be getting the dates for the North American tour that starts late march. We can’t wait to hit the motha effin road. We love you so forgive us for not being on top of our page but as you just read we’re pretty busy. Also, check out I tunes for the new B sides album that was just released or is going to be really soon. It’s called Shallow Believer and it is totally bitchin. If you’re in the L.A. area we’ll see ya February 24
Love, The Used
Keep check back to RedPillMusic.com for further details on The Used’s new tour and new album….
Eric Victorino, lead singer, leaves Strata for other artistic endeavors. Read more in his own words:
following a very long period of careful consideration it is with a heavy heart but a newfound lightness in my soul, i’ve come to the conclusion that it’s time for me to leave strata and move on with other artistic endeavors.
as part of the band i got the opportunity to travel to multiple countries, play shows all over the place, meet great people and get to know the streets of so many cities from coast to coast… i am so grateful for everyone’s support and love and am indebted to you all for so much i could never repay, my only hope is that we’ll all look fondly back and smile. i am thankful to everyone who came to shows throughout the years, everyone who supported the band emotionally, personally and professionally. thank you for all of the magical moments and memories i will forever cherish.
i will continue to love and support my friends hrag, adrian and ryan in whatever it is they choose to do next, be it as a group or as individuals, musically or otherwise – we each look to the future with optimism and are in the highest of spirits.
i have watched friends of mine leave their respective bands and have seen these things take such ugly turns with rumors and rampant speculation, i’ve seen people stir up drama in what really should be looked at as a positive thing… so, i’m asking nicely of everyone involved, from fans and friends to business and family please let this be a time of growth and evolution, a celebration of the past eight years and anticipation of what’s to come.
thank you for listening.
It’s been a long time since we’ve heard any new music from Cinematic Sunrise (featuring Craig Owens of Chiodos) and well, theres light at the end of the tunnel. In a recent update they’re enlightened us with a new song on their myspace as well as details of an album. Here is an update from Craig and the guys in the studio:
it is day 4 here in the studio for me tracking vocals. we are rocking out a total of 9 songs right now.
today bryan puked on the side of the road on the way here, and it was awesome. i filmed it, so dont worry! you’ll be seeing it soon once we stop being lazy, and post a video update from the studio.
we are almost finished with the following songs…and yes, we are re recording all of the older ones. so get your demo listens in while you can…
goodbye friendship, hello heartache.
umbrellas and elephants.
you said you loved me.
our honeymoon at weston hills.
pulling a piano from a pond.
so, we’ve got about 4 more to go. want to help us get this music out quicker? send as many Kostume Kids as you can to Bryan’s address, as soon as humanly possible.
Craig and the CinSun family.
After calling it quits about a year ago, Mozart Season has recently announced their return to music and are now “back in full force”. To celebrate, they will be playing a reunion show on February 23rd, 2008 at the Underground Cafe in Roseville, CA. Check back to RedPillMusic.com for more tour dates and new music details in the future.
Bullet for My Valentine is getting ready to release their sophomore album,Scream Aim Fire, on January 29th. The band traveled to Texas to team up with renowned producer Colin Richardson (Machine Head, Funeral for A Friend) to create an album packed with aggressive tempos, insane guitar riffs and incredible lyrics. Bullet for My Valentine is comprised of Matthew ?Matt? Tuck (guitars, vocals), Michael ?Padge? Paget (guitar, supporting vocals), Jason Jay? James (bass, supporting vocals) and Michael ?Moose? Thomas (drums). Be sure to catch Bullet for My Valentine on their headlining tour through the UK and US starting in late January.
To celebrate the release of Scream Aim Fire, Bullet for My Valentine and Red Pill Music are giving one lucky winner a chance to win an ESP electric guitar!
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A Green Day side project, Foxboro Hot Tubs released a free 6-track EP for download.
Listen to their myspace.
Telestai, featuring the husband and wife team Brian Telestai and Kerith Telestai, will release their debut EP on January 1st 2008.
Brian and Kerith played bass and violin for I Am Ghost. They left the band earlier in the year.
Check out their myspace.
Mike Glita, bassist for Senses Fail, has left the band. Here is the message update from the band:
Dear Loyal Fans,
We regret to inform you today that our bassist, Mike Glita, has decided to part ways with the band. There are no hard feelings involved with his decision; Mike simply wants to move on and pursue personal ventures and feats he has put on hold for the last 5 years. We all had a good talk about it and wish him nothing but the best.
Something Mike would like to say to the fans: “Thanks to everyone who supported the band and me through ‘thick and thin’ over the past 5 ? years. You’ll be missed greatly.”
As for the four of us (Buddy, Dan, Garrett, Heath), we will continue Senses Fail and see you all next year on tour. We began the writing process last week for our follow up to Still Searching and will keep everyone up to date with videos, photos and blogs!
Again, apologies go out to the loyal fans for the bad news, but we hope you support his decision as much as we do.
-Buddy, Dan, Garrett & Heath.
Last night Anthony & Anthony (A squared) rocked out to Evans|Blue, Framing Hanley, and No Resolve at The Machine Shop in Flint, MI. The night was opened by a local band, No Resolve, that showed so much maturity and potential for such a young group. The band has recorded a few tracks onto an EP, but Red Pill Music wasn’t able to get a copy of it at the concert, because they sold out last show! So in short, this is what we heard; No Resolve has some much involved in their music ranging from soothing melodies to explosive guitar riffs and vocals. Red Pill Music will update in the future with the progress of No Resolve. Take some Alice In Chains, Incubus, and Evans|Blue, stir it up and you have the sweet sound of No Resolve. Taste that!
Following No Resolve later in the evening was the Tennessee rockers, Framing Hanley. These guys definitely showed that their live show is just as powerful as their debut album “The Moment”.
Evans|Blue started playing around 11 p.m. and rocked a long, solid show. They played a mix of their two albums including all the singles. Also Evans|Blue played their epic movement, Painted. Meticulously pulled off, just amazing. Evans|Blue continued to play and play until nearly 1 a.m. and not a moment too soon! Overall, it was a solid rock show. Rock on! Here are some pictures: