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While there will always be those people who refuse to move on with Emery and hang on to their more vintage stylings, I believe that “You Were Never Alone” is the most robust and fully rounded album the band have offered to date http://www.au-fait.be/?custom-papers-for-college-students Custom Papers For College Students.
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Abandon Kansas are back with their second full length album, ‘Alligator’ on Bad Christian Music. ‘Alligator’ offers a sundry cornucopia of lush musicianship and emotions. I think there’s truly something for everyone and every mood on this record. Phd Resume Mckinsey check.
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Wolves At The Gate will release their new acoustic EP, Reprise, on May 12th via Solid State. The album features several guests as well as a new track “Waste”. Check out the album cover & track listing below. …continue reading
Matt Carter of Emery is on the Kill Rock Podcast (Episode 46) this week. They talk about Emery’s upcoming album You Were Never Alone, the Bad Christian podcast, & more. Listen below. …continue reading
We mentioned this on Facebook but apparently not here. Emery will be doing a short 10th anniversary tour for The Question along with Sleeping Giant, Wolves At The Gate, & Forevermore. They are offering VIP tickets for the run where you can get a meet & greet package for $40 or an acoustic concert on their bus for $80. Check out the poster & dates below. …continue reading
Emery have released “Thrash” their “heaviest song [they’ve] ever written” on AltPress song starts at 46:00) It will appear on the band’s new album You Were Never Alone which releases on May 19th via BC Music. What do you guys think? If you want to hear all the tracks before the album release subscribe to the Break It Down podcast where Toby & Matt premiere & discuss each track in depth.
Emery has debuted the first song from their upcoming record You Were Never Alone. In the “Break It Down” Podcast, the band talks about how they created the song. However, you can skip ahead to the 39 minute mark to hear the new song “Rock, Pebble, Stone”. Head over to AbsolutePunk to hear a stream of the podcast without having to use iTunes.
Bad Christian has launched the BadChristian App where you can read their blogs, listen to BC Music bands, & tune in to their podcasts. It’s available on iTunes, Android, & Windows phones. You can also get a “first taste” of new Emery music on Matt Carter’s new podcast “Break It Down”. The first 12 episodes will feature Matt & Toby going through a new song from You Were Never Alone each week.
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.”
Announced as part of a block of high-profile artists, Aaron Gillespie is the guest on this week’s Bad Christian Podcast. Topics include his departure (and possible return) of Underoath, Paramore, his new album, and other such topics. He enters the podcast around the 35:15 mark.
In a confident display of self-promotion, you can view a recent interview that covered very similar topics here.
The guys over at Bad Christian podcast are planning on having quite a few familiar faces in the future. These include Donald Miller (author, Blue Like Jazz), Dustin Kensrue (Thrice, The Modern Post) Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost), and Aaron Sprinkle (Producer, Fair). Who is excited for this?
Devin Shelton is the guest on this week’s Bad Christian Podcast (Episode #55). Listen here. The episodes focuses on him “quitting Emery as well as coming back for the new album. He’s got lots of thoughts on what is wrong and right with Christianity, plus stories from Emery days and college.”
Emery are hitting the road with The Classic Crime & Artifex Pereo on a short run through Texas & the West Coast. The band is also going to be doing a special acoustic set prior to the show on the floor with the fans who purchase VIP tickets. The dates & poster can be seen below. …continue reading
The lastest episode of the Bad Christian Podcast features Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay. The episode is promoted by saying they “discuss the controversy about his comments on gay marriage”. Listen here.
Toby Morrell of Emery & Bad Christian has written a blog directed towards listeners of the band’s music and what they say behind a computer screen. Read the blog here. I think the timing of the blog is interesting as it addresses some of the discussions that are currently taking place on IVM. Read & share your thoughts below.
Bad Christian released a new podcast which is the first of three live episodes. Listen here. It was recorded live in Seattle on August 26th and features live performances from Vocal Few and Kings Kaleidoscope. They also take questions from the audience. The guys were also recently covered on Crosswalk about BC.
The Classic Crime & Vocal Few (ft. Matt MacDonald of TCC) have both partnered with Bad Christian Music to release upcoming material. TCC’s new album, titled What Was Done: Vol. 1, will release this Fall. Matt has been working with BC as their Marketing Director. Check out some new merch here.
Kevin Max appears on the newest episode of the Bad Christian Podcast (#24). He discusses “what it was like pioneering the alternative Christian music industry. He also opens up about his divorce in a great interview.” Check it out here.
Emery, or more accurately Devin and Toby, have posted a video of them performing an acoustic version of “In Shallow Seas We Sail”. Check out the video below. The band’s recent campaign successfully funded their new album, titled You Were Never Alone, will release later this summer along with a music video & acoustic EP. …continue reading
SEATTLE, WA – Veteran Christian rock band, Emery, will launch a crowdfunding campaign next week, Tuesday, April 1, on BadChristian.com to help support the band’s upcoming full-length, You Were Never Alone, which will be released this summer on BadChristian Music, the record label founded by Emery members Matt Carter and Toby Morrell and former Emery bassist Joey Svendsen. You Were Never Alone sees the return of Emery founding member/vocalist, Devin Shelton, and the band plans to tour in support of its upcoming sixth full-length effort. In anticipation of the crowdfunding launch, Emery has posted a rough mix of a song from the new album, “I Got Taken for a Bath,” for free download here. …continue reading