Tag: dead poetic

March 14, 2022

Jesse Sprinkle "Universes" New Album

Jesse Sprinkle who has been a member of more bands that can possibly be mentioned in just one write up, has dropped his brand new album titled “Universes” which you can stream/download over on Bandcamp here. Jesse as you may recall, was a drummer for legendary indie band – Poor Old Lu, and also an active member of Demon Hunter, Dead Poetic, not to mention his many solo contributions and a recent project with his brother, Aaron Sprinkle.… Continued →

November 30, 2019

Introducing: Bright and Harrowing

A new band has just burst on to the scene. I got word of this on social media today and thought I’d share. Scott Hunter (Poor Old Lu singer), Jesse Sprinkle (Poor Old Lu/Demon Hunter/Dead Poetic and tons others), Kurt Schmidt, and Anthony Carvalho have all teamed up under the name “Bright and Harrowing“. New music and info coming soon. I always dug Scott’s vocals so I know this is gonna be good. More info here.… Continued →

April 28, 2019

25 years of Starflyer 59! (over a dozen contributors)

As you will no doubt have heard, the mighty Starflyer 59 have just released their 15th full-length studio album (not counting dozens of other releases–EPs, 7″ singles, limited edition vinyl, box sets, live albums, etc.) making them officially the most prolific Chrindie band who ever existed.  Their stellar debut album, officially untitled but affectionately known as “Silver,” also turns 25 years old this year.  You can read the IVM review of their latest “Young in My Head” here. … Continued →

May 16, 2018

Dead Poetic Gets Pressed by Tooth & Nail on Vinyl

It has just now been announced that the well loved album from Dead Poetic, “New Medicines”, is getting the vinyl treatment by Tooth & Nail Records. It is available on Coke Bottle Clear (500) and Translucent Red (500). They are available for just $20ea and according to the store, shipping now? Go check it out. Speaking of vinyl, if you could have any 5 T&N releases from the past pressed on Vinyl what would they be?… Continued →