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Copeland announced that they will be supporting Paramore on this Spring. Paramore isn’t calling it a “tour” & it will be smaller shows. Check out the poster, dates, & ticket info below.
Thanks to a discovery on Absolutepunk, Copeland will be putting Beneath Medicine Tree on vinyl once again. Pre-orders will start later this month, followed by the release in late March. The band recently released Ixora and received a perfect review from IVM.
Aaron Marsh of Copeland was recently a guest on The Gunz Show & you can listen to the interview below. It’s his first interview in over 4 years. They discuss the band’s upcoming album Ixora as well as the band’s past.
Copeland announced that Ixora will release on Nov. 24th via Tooth & Nail. If you pre-ordered you will get the digital on Nov. 14th. Listen to a new song “Disconnected” below & you can also check out the announcement video.
Copeland have completed work on their new album Ixora. Pre-order the album here. The physical versions are all limited. Most interesting of the options is the Twin Edition. Disc one is an extended edition with more songs, interludes, & bonus tracks. Disc two is an alternate version that can be listened to on its own or played in sync with disc one giving you a quadraphonic version of Ixora.
Eat, Sleep, Repeat, the 3rd full length release from influential Florida indie rockers Copeland will be available for the first time on vinyl on May 7 via ShopRadioCast. Pre-orders for the album, originally released on Halloween in 2006, will launch today at 12pm est/9am pst right here. Check out the full details below.
States (comprised of former members from Lydia and Copeland) have posted the lyric video for their track “Right Or Not”. The song appears on the band’s recently re-issued album, titled Room to Run, which released June 19th.
The band States (comprised of former members from Lydia and Copeland) have signed with Tooth & Nail Records. The band and label will re-release an “upgraded” version of their album “Room to Run” on June 19th. Read the full press release here.
Taking a break from Anberlin, Stephen Christian has penned an album that explores the softer side of his musical creativity and a more introspective side to his lyrical poeticism.