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Out July 12th, STATISTICS’ second proper full length begins with a breathy whisper, but it hardly murmurs for long before guitars hurtle in and the first power chord rings out. Often Lie is an album of fist shaking angularity and mournful pop perfection. Omaha native and Desaparecidos co-songwriter Denver Dalley delivers the goods here; delicate odes to forgotten radio DJs and loves lost are peppered with electronic flourishes while crushing choruses beautifully butt up against a melancholic wash of breathtaking production, but when push comes to shove Often Lie elegantly ends in a resounding crash.
2. Nobody Knows Your Name
3. Say You Will
4. No Promises
5. A Foreward
6. By(e) Now
7. Begging to Be Heard
8. At the End
THE LOVED ONES along with friends in the Bouncing Souls and The Explosion will be playing this weekend at the First Unitarian Church as a benefit for Marc Beemer’s
. A longtime Jade Tree friend Beemer founded in January 2002 to honor his wife, Syrentha, who lost her battle with breast cancer. To date they have raised well over $100,000 for breast cancer treatment. Through a variety of charity events, SSE has reached thousands of people and has grown to include a wide cross-section of the population.
First Unitarian Church
The Loved Ones
Let It Burn
FROM ASHES RISE have never been our most tech heavy band. Though lately they’ve seemingly embraced the wonders of the world wide web. First they started a account and now as the band preps to head out on a killer tour with Coliseum and PAINT IT BLACK[/B] we’re proud to announce the launch of their . Check it out and let them know what you think!
BREATHER RESIST, whose Charmer (JT1098) is still breaking hearts and starting fights, are just off their Maximum Louisville tour and are now looking to hit the road again. This time with brutal avant-masters Melt Banana for the tail end of April and then headed out with the daring Swedish 7-piece Cult Of Luna for much of May. Bring the noise!
Please consult the Breather Resist for current dates.
That’s right! Everyone’s favorite punk party boys, THESE ARMS ARE SNAKES, are now under oath. Another bad pun, but the band, whose Oxeneers (JT1097) has been electrifying and pummeling anyone brave enough to take a listen, are headed out beginning April 19th in Chicago with Underoath, Hopesfall, The Chariot, and Fear Before the March of Flames.
Please consult the These Arms Are Snakes for current dates.