Taking Back Sunday will be one of the headliners at Bamboozle next year, which will be held from April 29-May 1 in East Rutherford, NJ. Other headliners include Lil Wayne, Motley Crue, the Gaslight Anthem, and Wiz Khalifa.
For the full line-up, go here.
Check out the new Taking Back Sunday studio update below, which includes some of what may be a new song:
Also check out an interview Mark and Shaun recorded with Dickies Sounds a couple weeks ago here.
The first official demo for Taking Back Sunday's upcoming self-titled studio album was released today through Adam Lazzara's Twitter account.
The song is called tentatively titled Best Places to Be a Mom and was played on Taking Back Sunday's most recent tour. Listen to it below:
Spin Magazine today revealed the first details about Taking Back Sunday's 5th studio album, which will feature the band's original line-up from Tell All Your Friends.
The album, tentatively self-titled, will include songs such as Best Places to Be a Mom, the first new song the band wrote and which reportedly came together "in about 20 minutes"; El Paso, which lead singer Adam Lazzara says is "probably the heaviest rock song [they've] ever written"; Sad Savior, featuring a "a '50s-style, Buddy Holly-esque riff" by guitarist John Nolan; Money, which Lazzara says "has this James Bond, kind of spy/surf-y vibe"; and Don't Lose Your Faith in Me and You Were Right, two of the band's more mellow songs.
The new album is currently slated for an early 2011 release. To read the full article, click here.
New TBS video, new music? Yes, please.
Taking Back Sunday may be in the studio right now, but its members are still popping up in interesting places... watch as Adam Lazzara joins Anberlin for their song "Pray Tell," and make particularly sure you play through to the end:
Admit it... this makes you smile.
A quick news update: Taking Back Sunday released its new live acoustic album, Live from Orensanz, today. The audio tracks are available in stores on CD and digitally on iTunes and other online music outlets; a special CD/DVD combo package is available only through takingbacksunday.com.
In other news, Taking Back Sunday is back in the studio starting today! The band is doing pre-production work on its upcoming album, and we're eagerly awaiting new details. A picture from John Nolan's Twitter feed: