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Both Matt MacDonald (The Classic Crime, Vocal Few) and Aaron Lunsford (As Cities Burn) have penned blogs on Music Business via Bad Christian’s website. Within the last few days, both Lesson 101 & 102 have been posted by the former Tooth & Nail artists respectively. As you can always expect from Bad Christian, there is a bit of cursing involved. Check it out on BC and let us know what you think.
Aaron Lunsford, drummer of As Cities Burn & former Emery tour manager, is on the latest live edition of the Bad Christian Podcast (#60). Check it out here. Just FYI, this episode actually came with a warning saying it “is not for sensitive ears. If you’ve ever been offended by a past episode, do NOT listen to this one.”
Though they retired as a band nearly 2 years ago, Underoath is attempting to revive and finish a film of their farewell tour. The production company that was in charge of the movie fizzled out, and the band is seeking the funds to complete it. You can preorder the movie in multiple options here.
Cody Bonnette and Christopher Lott of As Cities Burn abandon their creative barriers. …continue reading
We missed posting about this the other day but apparently Solid State Records put up the As Cities Burn album “Son I Loved You at Your Darkest” on Vinyl and it sold out in hours. Hopefully they’ll put up more copies soon. In other news, Tooth & Nail has put up Mxpx “Pokinatcha” on Vinyl (for the first time) right here.
Hawkboy – S/T & King Folly Vinyl 12” Preorders. Broken Circles are releasing both Hawkboy EPs on vinyl. Preorders are up now. Record is due out in March. See tracklisting/info below. …continue reading
As Cities Burn are playing two more shows of “Son I Loved You At Your Darkest” in their entirety, April 13th Nashville, TN. and April 14th Baton Rouge, LA. Flyer can be seen below. Tickets on sale February 14th and Support TBA. [Thanks Boaz] …continue reading
Now that the dust has settled on the much-hyped third release by As Cities Burn there’s much to absorb and piece together. Where o’ where does Hell or High Water rank? Find out inside. …continue reading