Along Came A Spider’s “Resurgence” Out Now via Standby Records

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Cleveland, OH’s Along Came A Spider released their sophomore album, “Resurgence” today via Standby Records. The LP was recorded with Don DeBiase and is available for purchase on iTunes and MerchNow.

ACAS just posted a teaser video of their upcoming lyric video which can be seen here.

The group says, “This album showcases our maturity and growth as a band. Our hearts were poured into every song. Every little detail was perfected and tweaked to make this our best accomplishment yet. It’s a record anyone can connect to, we geared it toward touching the lives of our fans. It’s about finding that inner passion and letting it come to life. That is our goal. That is our RESURGENCE.”

Since signing with Standby Records, ACAS have been weaving their web at lightning speed. They’ve toured consistently since their 2012 breakthrough “If We Were Normal Men” hit the MerchNow and iTunes charts. The rising metalcore six-piece have made several festival appearances, including Rockapalooza, Monster Outbreak, The All-Stars Tour, Ohio Metalfest, and more. They’ve played alongside nearly every heavy-hitter in the genre, including Memphis May Fire, Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada, and Crown The Empire; just for starters. They’ve also directly supported Black Veil Brides, Andrew W.K., Chiodos, and countless others.

Track listing:

1. Resurgence

2. A Siren’s Call

3. Wanderlust

4. Voice Of The Voiceless

5. In Oblivion

6. No Laws

7. Land On

8. Speakeasy

9. A Link To The Past

10. Slide

11. Metamorphosis

12. Would You Kindly

13. All Gods

14. Clock Tower

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Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band return to the Santa Barbara Bowl

SANTA BARBARA BOWL SHOW UPDATES

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band return to the Santa Barbara Bowl on Thursday, October 16 as part of Jimmy Buffett’s “This One’s For You” Tour 2014. Tickets go on sale Saturday, September 6 at 11 AM. 

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band 

ON SALE              Sat., Sept 6 at 11:00a 

SHOW DATES      Thurs., Oct 16 at 7:00p

TICKET PRICES   $71.00 / $101.00 / $175.00 

Also playing at the Santa Barbara Bowl: 

8/31 – Jack Johnson with special guest Bahamas 

9/01 – Jack Johnson with special guest Animal Liberation Orchestra 

9/13 – George Lopez

9/20 – An Evening with Crosby, Stills and Nash

9/21 – An Evening with Diana Ross

9/28 – Thievery Corporation with special guest Stephen “Ragga” Marley 

10/9 – Lorde with special guest Majical Cloudz

10/17 – Massive Attack

10/18 – Ray LaMontagne with special guest The Belle Brigade 

10/19 – Daryl Hall and John Oates

10/21 – Phish 

10/22 – Phish 

11/15 – Foster The People with special guest Sylvan Esso  
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Tonight, Late Night host and SNL alum Seth Meyers will be hosting the Emmy Awards. Terry spoke to Seth in the spring shortly after he took over from Jimmy Fallon. Here he’s talking about his desk on the Late Night set:

The first [desk] I thought was a bit — didn’t quite have much personality. I sort of like this Danish modern desk. We did a little bit of work to it because originally you could see my feet, which turns out, I think accurately was criticized as being a mistake. Especially because I realize I tap my foot to keep time. … I think just to keep my own internal rhythm, if that makes sense, to keep joke time. That’s something I noticed, because at Weekend Update I felt like my foot was always tapping, even when I was talking — which you realize when you’re doing a monologue, you’ve got to stop, lest you look like Fred Astaire getting ready to start a big number.


photo via Rolling Stone by Peter Yang

nprfreshair:

Tonight, Late Night host and SNL alum Seth Meyers will be hosting the Emmy Awards. Terry spoke to Seth in the spring shortly after he took over from Jimmy Fallon. Here he’s talking about his desk on the Late Night set:

The first [desk] I thought was a bit — didn’t quite have much personality. I sort of like this Danish modern desk. We did a little bit of work to it because originally you could see my feet, which turns out, I think accurately was criticized as being a mistake. Especially because I realize I tap my foot to keep time. … I think just to keep my own internal rhythm, if that makes sense, to keep joke time. That’s something I noticed, because at Weekend Update I felt like my foot was always tapping, even when I was talking — which you realize when you’re doing a monologue, you’ve got to stop, lest you look like Fred Astaire getting ready to start a big number.

photo via Rolling Stone by Peter Yang

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