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According to a link at AbsolutePunk.net, there are rumors abound suggesting Further Seems Forever “might” reunite with Jason Gleason for a “How to Start a Fire” type reunion in 2016. If this does happen, how do you fans feel about it? Would you support this reunion and how many of you will check out a LIVE show featuring Jason Gleason? What is your favorite FSF release?
The punk/post-hardcore band War Generation featuring Jon Bunch (Sense Field/Further Seems Forever/A Reason to Believe) and members of Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, FSF, and Ignite, has posted their new song “Nobody” which you can take a listen to below. The new album “Start Somewhere Never Surrender” is out September 3rd on Rise Records. …continue reading
Jon Bunch of Sense Field, Further Seems Forever, and Reason to Believe, has a new album with his band “War Generation” scheduled to release on September 3rd through Rise Records. The title of the record is “Start Somewhere Never Surrender”. You can listen to the new single “Done and Gone”, below. Jon has always written songs from a spiritual mindset and considering his connection with prior bands, I figured this was worthy of a post. The sound of this new project is more a long the lines of “punk” than the work early last decade with Sense Field and FSF. Closer in sound to his early band Reason to Believe. Brad Lehman of Maylene and the Sons of Disaster worked with Jon on this album and recorded much of the music with him. Craig from Ignite/Strife also recorded on this album. You can catch War Generation on tour with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus in September. …continue reading
Hey all, how are you on this fine Wednesday? Hopefully you’re all doing well and staying out of the cold. So let’s get this started. It’s been previously reported that we intend to do some big things this year in relation to site re-design and features implementation. We fully plan to do some things but first we wanted to come to you and ask what you’d like to see us change, feature, or implement in the new IVM website? We …continue reading …
Further Seems Forever have released their long awaited new album with Chris Carrabba back on vocals titled “Penny Black”, through Rise Records. Order here. If you enjoyed any of their prior material, this album is going to blow you away. Simply put, “Penny Black” is my favorite Further Seems Forever release, ever. …continue reading
Check out the brand new music video from the recently reunited Further Seems Forever over at SPIN here (Watch below). The song is titled “So Cold” and will appear on the band’s upcoming album, “Penny Black”, due out October 23rd on Rise Records. …continue reading
Further Seems Forever new single “So Cold” is now available on iTunes and Amazon for purchase. The newly reunited group features Chris Carrabba (The Moon Is Down/Dashboard Confessional) on lead vocals. The band’s new album “Penny Black” will be out October 23rd on Rise Records. The band have also announced additional tour dates for their upcoming album release tour which you can check out here. Listen below. …continue reading
[Press Release-Tour Dates posted below] LOS ANGELES, CA – AUGUST 23, 2012 – Further Seems Forever today announced the first round of live dates in support of their forthcoming new full-length album, Penny Black, due out on October 23rd via Rise Records. The band’s original lineup [Chris Carrabba (vocals), Joshua Colbert (guitar), Chad Neptune (bass), Steve Kleisath (drums), and Nick Dominguez (guitar)] will visit Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Anaheim, performing together for the first time since the band’s much lauded debut album, The Moon Is Down (2001).
It has just been announced that Further Seems Forever with their original lineup (Chris Carrabba on Lead Vocals) will release “Penny Black” on Rise Records October 23rd. Who’s excited for this? [Source: Absolutepunk]
Today’s Video Flashback is from the band Further Seems Forever and their song “The Sound” off of “How to Start a Fire” (2003 Tooth & Nail Records). This version of FSF featured vocalist Jason Gleason taking over the reigns from Chris Carrabba who went on to do bigger things with his band Dashboard Confessional. I was going to post the “Snowbirds and Townies” video but I always found it weird watching Jason pretend to sing over Chris’s vocals in the video. ha. This band also recently reunited with Chris back on vocals and word is coming soon about their plans…. …continue reading