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Aug 27, 2007

Free 4 song acoustic EP with purchase of Black Earth Tiger!

Purchase BLACK EARTH TIGER from the following stores and receive a FREE limited edition acoustic EP. *EP features four rare acoustic versions of tracks taken from the new album. EP is very limited. While supplies last. Ear X-tacy 1534 Bardstown Rd., Louisville, KY 40205 Looney Tunes 31 Brookvale Ave., West Babylon, NY 11704 Vintage Vinyl 51 LaFayette Rd., Fords, NJ 08863 Rhino 235 Yale Ave., Claremont, CA 91711 Dimple (Sacramento) http://www.dimple.com/ Gallery of Sound (Wilkes-Barre, PA) http://www.galleryofsound.com Independent (Denver, CO) http://www.beindependent.com/ Gray whale (Salt Lake City, UT) http://www.fatfin.com/ ZIA (Phoenix, AZ) http://www.ziarecords.com

Aug 23, 2007

Thrice - The Alchemy Index Vol I & II

Thrice have posted their second video in anticipation for 'The Alchemy Index' over at www.alchemyindex.com. Volumes I & II of the album is out October 15th on Vagrant Records.

Aug 22, 2007

Dashboard Post "Little Bombs" on MySpace

Dashboard Confessional have posted a new song from The Shade of Poison Trees, entitled "Little Bombs," on their MySpace profile.

Aug 22, 2007

John Ralston's Ghetto Tested MP3 of the Day on Spinner

Spinner.com has made John Ralston's new song "Ghetto Tested" the MP3 of the Day. "Ghetto Tested" is taken from John Raston's forthcoming album Sorry Vampire - which is due out 10/2/07.

Aug 22, 2007

Black Earth Tiger

You can listen to 'Black Earth Tiger' the new album from Emanuel, over on bands myspace:"www.myspace.com/emanuel" page.

Aug 21, 2007

New Saves The Day!

The new Saves The Day album will be titled 'Under The Boards' and out October 29th on Vagrant Records. You can check out new songs on bands "myspace":www.myspace.com/savestheday now!

Aug 21, 2007

Emanuel streams Black Earth Tiger on myspace!

< a href="http://www.myspace.com/emanuel">Emanuel's myspace page

Aug 17, 2007

Dashboard Confessional new album "The Shade Of Poison Trees" in stores Oct 1st.

The album marks a notable return to the signature acoustic sound that Carrabba first developed on early Dashboard Confessional albums like 2000’s The Swiss Army Romance and 2001’s The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most. Recorded over 10 days in Florida with renowned producer Don Gilmore (Pearl Jam, Linkin Park), The Shade of Poison Trees is filled with the kind of earnest acoustic laments and smart, poetic lyrics that long ago turned Carrabba into a feverishly adored artist. While he continues to evolve as a songwriter throughout, the album is a significant return to the Dashboard of old, as well as a tip of the hat to fans that have spent the past nine years by his side. When asked why he revisited his earlier stylings he responded, “I never really left.” Originally conceived in 1998, Dashboard Confessional began as a way for Carrabba to work outside the boundaries of his then band, Further Seems Forever. His debut album, The Swiss Army Romance, was filled with intimate, soul-bearing acoustic numbers and was followed by The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most, which earned him his first gold record and the MTV2 Artist of the Year Award in 2002. Prior to that honor, the band was asked to perform on the channel’s Unplugged series, resulting in the hugely successful CD/DVDMTV Unplugged V2.0. Both Dashboard’s third album, 2003’s A Mark A Mission A Brand A Scar, and the band’s most recent release, 2006’s Dusk and Summer, went gold shortly after their respective releases and earned Carrabba the respect of U2, who personally asked the band to join them on a 2005 North American tour. Over the past year, Dusk and Summer has received universal acclaim from such publications as Rolling Stone, Blender, Spin and the LA Times. The album also produced the Top 40 hit “Stolen,” which was originally serviced to radio last winter. At that point, Carrabba and his bandmates – guitarist John Lefler, bassist Scot Schoenbeck and drummer Mike Marsh – had capped off months of touring with a triumphant sold out show at New York’s Madison Square Garden. And now, Dashboard has returned with The Shade of Poison Trees, an album that is sure to reconnect with the band’s longtime fans and further proving that Carrabba has become one of the most influential songwriters of his generation. Without question, The Shade of Poison Trees is Dashboard’s most personal album yet, and, to that end, Carrabba is set this fall to embark on a North American solo tour – his first in over five years.

Aug 16, 2007

Dashboard Confessional new album "The Shade Of Poison Trees" in stores Oct 2nd.

The album marks a notable return to the signature acoustic sound that Carrabba first developed on early Dashboard Confessional albums like 2000’s The Swiss Army Romance and 2001’s The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most. Recorded over 10 days in Florida with renowned producer Don Gilmore (Pearl Jam, Linkin Park), The Shade of Poison Trees is filled with the kind of earnest acoustic laments and smart, poetic lyrics that long ago turned Carrabba into a feverishly adored artist. While he continues to evolve as a songwriter throughout, the album is a significant return to the Dashboard of old, as well as a tip of the hat to fans that have spent the past nine years by his side. When asked why he revisited his earlier stylings he responded, “I never really left.” Originally conceived in 1998, Dashboard Confessional began as a way for Carrabba to work outside the boundaries of his then band, Further Seems Forever. His debut album, The Swiss Army Romance, was filled with intimate, soul-bearing acoustic numbers and was followed by The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most, which earned him his first gold record and the MTV2 Artist of the Year Award in 2002. Prior to that honor, the band was asked to perform on the channel’s Unplugged series, resulting in the hugely successful CD/DVDMTV Unplugged V2.0. Both Dashboard’s third album, 2003’s A Mark A Mission A Brand A Scar, and the band’s most recent release, 2006’s Dusk and Summer, went gold shortly after their respective releases and earned Carrabba the respect of U2, who personally asked the band to join them on a 2005 North American tour. Over the past year, Dusk and Summer has received universal acclaim from such publications as Rolling Stone, Blender, Spin and the LA Times. The album also produced the Top 40 hit “Stolen,” which was originally serviced to radio last winter. At that point, Carrabba and his bandmates – guitarist John Lefler, bassist Scot Schoenbeck and drummer Mike Marsh – had capped off months of touring with a triumphant sold out show at New York's Madison Square Garden. And now, Dashboard has returned with The Shade of Poison Trees, an album that is sure to reconnect with the band’s longtime fans and further proving that Carrabba has become one of the most influential songwriters of his generation. Without question, The Shade of Poison Trees is Dashboard’s most personal album yet, and, to that end, Carrabba is set this fall to embark on a North American solo tour – his first in over five years.

Aug 16, 2007

Saves the Day acoustic tour w/ Dr. Manhattan presale begins 8/17

By buying tickets through our presale, you'll be able to get your tickets before anyone else AND save some money on service charges

Click here to buy tickets: http://savestheday.ducatking.com

Tour Dates:
October 1 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
October 2 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
October 4 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
October 5 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
October 6 – Lawrence, KS @ Jackpot Music Hall
October 7 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
October 9 – Detroit, MI @ Shelter
October 10 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
October 11 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Diesel
October 12 – Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz
October 13 – Hoboken, NJ @ Maxwell’s
October 14 – Washington, DC @ Rock N Roll Hotel
October 16 – Philadelphia, PA @ North Star
October 17 – Albany, NY @ Valentine’s
October 18 – Allston, MA @ The ICC
October 19 – Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
October 22 – Atlanta, GA @ Loft
October 23 – Orlando, FL @ The Social
October 25 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s Jr
October 26 – Houston, TX @ Java Jazz
October 28 – Tempe, AZ @ The Sets
October 29 – Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour

For the latest Saves the Day news and updates check out their official website at: http://www.savestheday.com or the Vagrant Records website at http://www.vagrant.com

Click here to see other shows available through Ducat King Ticketing: http://www.ducatking.com