We’ve been sitting on this one for a while, but the new COVE record is finally mastered and ready to go. It is definitely one of if not the best sounding Fat Sandwich release we’ve been lucky enough to be a part of. We’ll be announcing more details in the coming weeks about the release of the LP. We will tell you that this will be a co-release with our good buds at Encapsulated Records. Check out the first single from the self-titled album below. More to come…
LA ARMADA are back at it again with a brand new song and tour dates! This time around they recorded a song in English for all you Gringos. The song is called “Chiraq”. You can listen to it below or stream it on Punknews.org. Here’s what the band had to say about it:
The song is a stand alone track we wrote to address the current situation in the city of Chicago, where the South and Southwest side is considered the most dangerous place in the country. The amount of murders (mostly of minority population) are out of control. We try to point out how this constant circle of violence is downplayed and causes us to become desensitized to the extreme human suffering that’s concentrated only a few miles away from from the center of the city.
LA ARMADA is heading out on an East coast tour next week! Don’t miss out on one of the best live bands in the country. Here are the dates:
9/19 – Detroit, MI @ Halfway House
9/20 – Baltimore, MD @ Barclay
9/21 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Swamp
9/22 – Long Island, NY @ Sinclair’s / Long Island Crust Fest
9/23 – Lowell, MA @ Uncharted Studios
9/24 – Boston, MA @ Cambridge Elks
9/25 – Providence, RI @ ASS20
9/26 – New London, CT @ El N Gee
9/27 – Philadelphia, PA @ JR’s Bar
9/28 – Huntington, WV @ Elimination Chamber
9/29 – Lima, OH @ Leathershop
We are very pleased to announce that we will be releasing the debut full length from Birmingham’s own THE URNS! The album is titled Deep Web and features ten tracks of 90s indie rock/grunge for fans of Built To Spill, Archers of Loaf, Weezer, Pavement or The Pixies. While featuring a strong influence, the dual songwriting of Chayse Porter and Keith Neighbors sets the group apart from the latest crop of nostalgia revivalists. The record was partially recorded at Magnetic Audio by Emanual Ellinas and at God’s Butt by Jonathan Crain, in the band’s hometown of Birmingham, AL. Digital mastering by Emmy award winning sound engineer Matt Whitson. Vinyl mastering by the wonderful Lucky Lacquers.
It will be available digitally September 24th in all major outlets with vinyl soon to follow. The first pressing of the LP is limited to 300 copies (100 pink, 200 black). You can pre-order a copy in our online store.
Watch the video for the first single “Crow’s Feet” below:
The band will be celebrating the release of Deep Web with a release show at Bottletree Cafe on September 20th alongside Screaming Females, Waxahatchee, and Tenement. They will have a limited version of the record with screen printed artwork available only at this show.