FUCKED UP TO TOUR EUROPE; "HIDDEN WORLD" NOMINATED FOR PLUG AWARD’S PUNK ALBUM OF THE YEAR


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FUCKED UP‘s full length album, Hidden World has been nominated for a Plug award in the "Punk Album of the Year" category. In their own words, " PLUG is about the independent music community coming together to recognize our own. This year, once again, we fans show our collective support for these artists: Be heard. Vote PLUG."

Be sure to cast your vote at the

In other news, FUCKED UP will embark on a European tour at the end of December. The tour dates are below. Please consult the for future updates and more info.

December
27.12. London (UK), Old Blue Last
28.12. Manchester (UK), Star and Garter
29.12. Leeds (UK), The Fenton
30.12. Sheffield (UK), DnR Bar
31.12. London (UK), The Luminaire

January
01.01. Den Haag (NL), Hague
02.01. Brugge (B), Bargehuis
03.01. Münster (Ger), Gleis 22
04.01. Hamburg (Ger), Hafenklang
05.01. Kiel (Ger), Alte Meierei
06.01. Leipzig (Ger), Zorro
07.01. Berlin (Ger), Cassopeia
08.01. Prag (CZ), 007
09.01. München (Ger), Kafe Kult
10.01. Saarbrücken (Ger), Kleiner Club Garage
11.01. Mannheim (Ger), JuZ
12.01. Bielefeld (Ger), AJZ
13.01. Barcelona (E), TDN

Track Listing:

1. Crusades
2. David Comes to Life
3. Invisible Leader
4. Carried Out to the Sea
5.
6. Fate of Fates
7. Two Snakes
8. Hidden World
9. Manqueller Man
10. Blaze of Glory
11. Triumph of Life
12. Jacobs Ladder
13. Vivian Girls

Vinyl is available through

THESE ARMS ARE SNAKES DROP VIDEO, BREAK LIMBS, HEAD OVERSEAS


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Seattle’s noisemakers THESE ARMS ARE SNAKES are playing through the pain. After this year’s CMJ, covered in equal parts blood and sweat, the band hobbled off stage with a series of sprained limbs, at least one broken hand, and a roomful of dropped jaws.

The foursome have been out in support of their recent full length, , and night after night folks who might have seen them open for hometown compatriots Minus The Bear or The Blood Brothers in the past are confounded by a band that has developed into a massive headliner in their own right.

Critics have also been bowled over. Alternative Press wondered, "How many records released this year will make you think and sweat? I know of at least one" and Terrorizer echoed “[Easter is] Like Refused and Radiohead had a baby that avoided all the faults of its parents.” Even the ever hip URB magazine calls Easter "Some of the grooviest whatever-core you’ll hear all year"

Now most bands might consider the job done and simply pull up their pants and head home, but THESE ARMS ARE SNAKES are not nearly so lazy. The band recently completed work on their first proper video to date. Produced by Artificial Army [Mars Volta, Thursday, Coheed and Cambria] the video is an equal parts homage to innocence lost as it is an expose on the image obsessed underbelly of celebrity culture; replete with drugs, handclaps, pulsing privates, and a wide eyed pink pony.

The band finishes up it’s full US tour this month, before headed to the UK for a few pints and back for their first hometown stop, December 15th at Neumo’s. 2007 will see the bands slaying non-stop, first stop? A trip to Japan with Boris & Isis. Not bad. Not bad at all.

Easter is also now available for online .

TRACK LISTING

1. Mescaline Eyes
2.
3. Subtle Body
4. Desert Ghost
5. Child Chicken Play
6. Hell’s Bank Notes
7. Abracadabraca
8. Deer Lodge
9. Lady North
10. Perpetual Bris
11. Coporeal
12. Crazy Woman Dirty Train

Vinyl is available from

SNOWDEN TAKE ANTI-ANTI ABROAD


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SNOWDEN have embarked on their first overseas voyage for two weeks of shows in Belgium and the UK. Having just completed several impressive ,
SNOWDEN continues to turn heads with their live performances and press acclaim for Anti-Anti hasn’t stopped. There isn’t a better time to get out to see SNOWDEN. For those of us stateside, don’t worry, the band will be back in a few short weeks to begin their US tour with Forward Russia. In the mean time, check out the album . The tour dates and some recent press are listed below.

11/10/2006 Antwerp Belgium @ Trix
11/11/2006 Brussels Belgium @ Recyclart
11/12/2006 Brighton England @ The Engine Room
11/14/2006 Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire England @ The Glebe
11/16/2006 London England @ Old Blue Last
11/17/2006 Leeds England @ Cockpit
11/18/2006 Glasgow Scotland @ Nice ‘N’ Sleazy
11/19/2006 Sunderland England @ Independent
11/20/2006 Sheffield England @ Corporation
11/21/2006 Birmingham England @ Jug of Ale
11/22/2006 London England @ Metro Club
11/23/2006 Southampton England @ Unit 22
11/24/2006 Cardiff Wales @ Clwb Ifor Bach

Be sure to always check the for the most current information and further details.

"For all the discussion of concept, geography, and songcraft, it’s the heart pulsing through the reverb that makes Anti-Anti a must-listen." – Stereogum

"Snowden lace their upbeat, catchy guitar stomps with thoughtful lyrics diametrically opposed to mindless hipsterism." – Entertainment Weekly

"Snowden dropped a clever, catchy rock record" – The Fader

"Jeffare’s mellowed, airy vocals…meander over the
ghostly, willowed music rather than jar them from it." – Beautiful Decay

"It’s clear [Snowden] aren’t willing to just turn on the cruise control through [their] show; the performance is more like a constant pulse between implosion and explosion with each member able to flail or pull back seamlessly" – CMJ

"Snowden’s wavering gloom should be a nice fit for your
collection." – All Music Guide

"The charm of Snowden’s debut is its understated authenticity: Underneath all the accoutrements, these are Jeffares’s bedroom songs, and it’s not hard
to extrapolate to their simpler days as anguished acoustic ballads." – Village Voice

"The original Snowden taught Yossarian that man is matter– kill us and we’re dead. It’s OK for stylish post-punk to matter, too, and Anti-Anti does so without forgetting to be fun." – Pitchfork

"[Anti Anti's] balance of gloom and grandeur is brilliantly executed, ultimately leaving the listener with an insatiable thirst for more of the same." – Drowned in Sound

"Anti-Anti is a solid, even impressive, debut." – Aversion

"Buzzing keys lead into a twitchy, danceable beat with a groovy bass line giving way to head honcho Jordan Jeffares’ inspired vocals." – Indieworkshop

"Pick of the month…" – Transworld Skateboarding

"The Cure never delivered gloom so buzzy." – URB

"Snowden’s music sounds like Interpol’s dark momentum getting tripped up on the Arcade Fire’s treacherous terrain – lacquered bolts of guitar judder over off-kilter percussion, and anomic vocals blear through the densely layered mix." – Paste

"[Anti-Anti is] one of the most melodic, addictive discs of 2006." – Denver Post

is available for , in stores, and digitally through , , , , , , , and .

1. Like Bullets
2.
3. My Murmuring Darling
4. Filler is Wasted
5. Black Eyes
6. Between the Rent and Me
7. Counterfeit Rules
8. Innocent Heathen
9. Stop Your Bleeding
10. Kill the Power
11. Victim Card
12. Sisters

JADE TREE 2006 CMJ SHOWCASE LINE-UP CHANGES FINALIZED

Due to several unforeseen circumstances, the line up of the Jade Tree CMJ showcase has changed. Unfortunately FUCKED UP and MICAH P. HINSON will not be appearing. NEW MEXICAN DISASTER SQUAD and CLOAK/DAGGER have been added to the bill. See the final line-up below and be sure to note the times.

Friday, November 3

66 N. 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211

12:15 – 1:00
11:15 – 12:00
10:15 – 11:00
9:30 – 10:10
8:45 – 9:15
8:15-8:30
8:00-8:15

Doors at 7 PM
$15 / 16+

Purchase advance tickets online from .