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Hey guys, as you know, my wife Sherri (Eisley) and I have a project called PERMA. We’re happy to announce “TWO OF A CRIME” will be released October 29th on my imprint Rory Records. Check out Equal Vision Record’s press release/blog + new track here! Thank you so much. http://bit.ly/1a7nzvd
Hey, check out our Say Anything tour photo diary – PART 1 AND 2 for our recent Say Anything Rarities and More Tour posted by Equal Vision Records.
Photo credit: Jeff Turner (of Say Anything and XO) and Molly Bladyka-Labonte
Hey guys, AbsolutePunk.net introduced a podcast today and we’re the 1st episode: http://bit.ly/13hIQxv Here is the introduction and the link to the podcast. Hope you enjoy!
Max talks about upcoming “Rarities and More” tour that begins next Thursday @TheDoorClubs in Dallas June 6th in this YouTube clip!
WE THINK THIS TOUR IS GOING TO BE THE MOST FUN EVER. JOIN THE HILARITY AS WE EXPLORE RARITIES… (AND MORE). “And More” means we’ll be playing songs never played live… ever, from ALL releases (In Defense, Anarchy, etc.). We want to see all of your faces for this one!
SAY ANYTHING’S MAX BEMIS TO RELEASE FOURTH “PAINFUL SPLITS” CD TO BE SOLD EXCLUSIVELY ON THEIR SUMMER TOUR WITH EISLEY
Hey y’all. People have been asking for/about this for a while, so I’m excited to announce I’ve completed the recording and mastering of a fourth Max Bemis and the Painful Splits record. The record, entitled “The Painful Splits Are Multiplying” and featuring 10 brand new songs, will be sold exclusively on tour at these summer’s shows with Eisley.
For those unfamiliar with these releases, the Painful Splits records are my way of sharing a more stripped down, raw element of my songwriting and production. All the songs are completely new (not Say Anything) songs that I’m really proud of and over the course of three self-released records, the project has evolved it’s own signature sound. This record will actually be slightly different than the others because I bought a nice microphone and taught myself Logic and got it mastered by someone professionally, so although the record will still be lo-fi-ish and raw, it sounds markedly better than the first three (mainly you won’t be able to hear my air conditioning unit. snff. poor air conditioning unit.) I’m quite proud of this.
My goal is to have each of these limited edition printings of the record hand signed, so i suggest coming out to these shows and bringing an extra ten bucks so you can snag one.
Thanks and see you this summer!