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Emery will be broadcasting their LIVE show on Saturday January 25th from Portland Oregon through Afton TV here. The band will play The Weak’s End front to back with Devin Shelton returning to the stage.
Alternative rockers Emery have announced west coast dates for their The Weak’s End 10 Year Anniversary Tour which is being described as an “interactive experience” which will also include a live Q&,A, storytelling and more. The band (including original drummer Devin Shelton) will be playing their first record front to back, as well as other classic Emery tunes. Special VIP tickets/ packages are now available right here. Lending support on this run is The Classic Crime, This Wild Life and Peace Mercutio.
We talked about this a few weeks ago and now the band Emery has made it official. Read the press release below. Emery’s next album “You Were Never Alone” will be released early next year.
Breaking news! Emery will embark on a special 10 year tour for the album “The Weak’s End” with Devin Shelton in tow. More info to be announced shortly.
Devin Shelton (Ex-Emery) will release his debut full length release, “Life and Death”, on January 22nd. The album is available for purchase on CD (Limited) right here. It’ll also be up on iTunes/Amazon beginning January 22nd. If you enjoyed his song on Passionate Hope Vol. 1, you’re going to love this full length.
You can now officially pre-order the new album from Devin Shelton (Ex-Emery) right here on Bigcartel. The album is titled “Life and Death” and is due to release on January 22nd. Listen to a new song titled “Surrounded” right here (Facebook).
Devin Shelton, former member of Emery, will release his debut “solo” album on January 22nd 2013. You may have heard a recent Devin Shelton song on our “Passionate Hope Vol. 1″ compilation. This is exciting news.
Matt & Toby will release their Self Titled debut November 20th via Tooth & Nail Records. It’s available wherever fine music is sold. [Bio] With an arsenal of elaborate yet quirky acoustic and electronic music, all accented by full production, Matt & Toby are truly one of today’s most unique tastemakers. But just because the Seattle-based band is brand new doesn’t mean members Matt Carter and Toby Morrell aren’t already familiar to fans. In fact, both guys have spent eleven years and continue to be members of the highly influential, nearly gold selling Emery, a heavy rock act at its core, but one with an occasionally softer, more melodic side.
Here is a pretty creative video from Matt & Toby (of Emery) for their song “Life of the Party”. The new self titled album is out 11/20 on Tooth & Nail.
Check out the lyric video from Matt & Toby (of Emery) for their new song “What Plays in My Head”, below. The band’s self titled debut will be out November 20th on Tooth & Nail.
Matt & Toby (members of the band Emery) have release a new music video featuring them recording the song “What Plays In My Head”. Their new album is due to release November 20th.
This popular track by Devin Shelton (Ex-Emery) was originally found on our “Passionate Hope Vol. 1” compilation. Instead of downloading the whole thing which some of you probably haven’t done yet, I am offering this song for free download below. You may have heard Devin’s voice previously in the band Emery. Check it out and support Devin’s new music.
I am proud to bring you this 2010 6 song ep (plus 1 intro track) from this indie rock band, Attalus, out of Raleigh, North Carolina. Recommended for fans of: Thrice, U2, Emery, Stavesacre, and Brand New. The band is currently finishing their brand new album which they hope to self-release this fall.
I met up with Emery’s lead vocalist, Toby Morrell, on the first night of their We Do What We Want Tour in Towson, MD. We discussed the loss of the band’s other lead vocalist, Devin Shelton, hypocrisy in the Church, plans for an acoustic album, and Toby’s love of old hymns and Mexican food.
I bolded many, many words in this review, especially the word Emery, which was put in bold letters very often, so if you can forgive that, then please read this early review of their upcoming release