Ryan Russell’s Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham Pre-order Now w/ Bonus 7” from Manchester Orchestra/Minus the Bear
We are BEYOND excited to finally OFFICIALLY announce/launch pre-orders for the upcoming photo book from long time friend Ryan Russell. Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham will be released on April 8th, 2014 with pre-orders shipping immediately upon arrival to our warehouse. The 180 page photo book includes an exclusive 7” Continental Obscura Vol. 1 featuring 2 unreleased b-sides from Manchester Orchestra and Minus the Bear. Head over to NylonMag.com now and check out the Exclusive announcement and exclusive photos here and pre-order via No Sleep here.
Official Press Release:
Pre-orders are now live for the 3rd pressing of “Searching for a Pulse/The Worth of the World,” the split 7” from Touche Amore and La Dispute.
3rd pressing comes with an all new version/take of the artwork.
Chris No Sleep
Pre-orders are also now live via NoSleepStore.com. Available for pre-order are both CD/LP formats as well as.. Click here to pre-order now!
"Tycoon" is available February 21st, 2012 everywhere!
1. Maple Boy
2. Dried Piss (Stream Now)
3. Windmill and Watertower
5. Department of the Interior
7. Insider (Executive/Amputee)
8. New Brains
11. Turn In My Throat
The story of No Trigger begins in Massachusetts in the year 2000 when the impassioned hardcore punk outfit made their first splash with a series of self-released demos and split EPs, leading punk rock media outlets such as Pastepunk and Punknews to name them the best unsigned band of their time. Fast forward to 2006, countless live shows later, and the release of the band’s landmark debut (and to this point, only) full length album, Canyoneer on Nitro Records, an album that, regardless of any future releases, cemented the band’s legacy in punk rock forever. Such is the story of No Trigger, a band destined to release groundbreaking punk rock albums, riling up their fanbase, only to disappear into the abyss and return again years later.
That time, dear friends, is now.
On their sophomore release “Tycoon” (due February 2012 on No Sleep Records), No Trigger have compiled what is already being considered by many to be their greatest achievement to date, and an album sure to turn the entire punk rock community on its ear, again.
“Tycoon I think is right where we always wanted to be sonically.” says front-man Tom Rheault. “The vocals are a lot heavier in spots than ever before, but the choruses are catchy and we have a bunch of interesting twists. We also did a bit more experimenting with structure and parts but it’s all still No Trigger. Lyrically this record is the most personal record we have ever written.”
So why the wait? Why so long between albums? How can a band so great at what they do make their fans wait so long for new material? The answer is simple and all too obvious, “Life.” says Rheault. “Sometimes you gotta scale back a bit and focus on other things before you can move forward with a new album, and that’s what happened. We also had a few member changes in the interim and reverted back to more or less our original lineup. It’s true the last few years were pretty scarce as far as No Trigger activity goes, but a year ago we put out our Be Honest 7” and toured on it to Australia and also to Europe, which were both phenomenal tours. We also played a bunch of one off shows like Gainesville Fest and the Four Year Strong hometown holiday show and Groezrock in Belgium and such, so we’ve kept busy this year and plan to stay busy once Tycoon is released.”
All of which brings us to today and the band’s announcement of their new album Tycoon. Recorded in Massachusetts with Defeater guitarist Jay Maas, the album is No Trigger’s most punishing and inspired material to date. Made up of non-stop anthem after anthem, Tycoon is a pitbull off its leash, but also completely necessary, motivational, and perfect for its time.
“I can sum up what this album is to me in just one word,” says Rheault, “Important.”
For fans of: Strike Anywhere, Kid Dynamite, Touché Amore
Chris No Sleep
We have two new Varsity Style jackets up for pre-order! One is our new Cult Jacket, and the other is a sweet take on the X Jacket that normally people have to get custom made! These jackets are expensive to make so they normally retail for $40 in our store, but during the pre-order you can get it for only $37!
Chris No Sleep
We are stoked to finally launch the pre-orders and the vinyl release date for “Drop Out Of Life” from This Time Next Year.
The new record which is available September 27th via EVR as a CD/Digital will be available November 15th on vinyl.
Also available with pre-orders are limited edition Watches and Wooden Dog Tags! These are ONLY available during pre-orders and will not be made EVER AGAIN. Pre-orders are now live via NoSleepStore.com!
The guys will have a special tour edition of the record available starting 10/4 while on tour with New Found Glory on the Pop Punks Not Dead tour. The LTD tour edition will be limited to only 250 copies and will come in a special tour only Jacket. Dates below!
Oct 06 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
Oct 07 Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
Oct 08 Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee
Oct 10 Dallas, TX @ Trees
Oct 11 Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Oct 12 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s
Oct 14 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Oct 15 Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Oct 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Oct 17 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
Oct 19 Charleston, SC @ The Music Farm
Oct 20 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend Music Hall
Oct 21 Richmond, VA @ The National
Oct 22 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Oct 23 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
Oct 25 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Oct 26 Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
Oct 27 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Oct 28 New York, NY @ Best Buy Theatre
Oct 29 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Oct 31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Zoo
Nov 01 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
Nov 03 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov 04 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Nov 05 St. Paul, MN @ Station 4
Nov 06 Iowa City, IA @ The Blue Moose Tap House
Nov 08 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Nov 09 Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
Nov 10 Denver, CO @ Odgen Theatre
Nov 11 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand @ The Complex
Nov 13 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox at The Market
Nov 14 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Nov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
Nov 17 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov 18 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov 19 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Cafe
Nov 20 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues San Diego
Chris No Sleep
We have for the time being ran out of copies available for Pre-order of “Separation” from Balance and Composure in our webstore, but fret not! It is still available for Pre-order through many more outlets!
Check out the links below and pre-order a copy! Or head into your local Hot Topic, FYE, Newbury Comics or other local record retailer and get a copy the week of May 10th!
Banquet Records - Free Autographed CD Booklet w/ Purchase (while supplies last)
Interpunk - Free Autographed CD Booklet w/ Purchase (while supplies last)
Smartpunk - Free Autographed Poster w/ Purchase (while supplies last)
Don’t forget to hit up one of the many dates the guys will be doing in May w/ Dredg and The Dear Hunter!
Tue 5/3 Los Angeles, CA Roxy
Wed 5/4 Los Angeles, CA Roxy
Thu 5/5 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
Fri 5/6 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
Sat 5/7 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
Tue 5/10 Salt Lake City, UT Avalon Theatre
Wed 5/11 Denver, CO Marquis Theatre
Fri 5/13 St. Louis, MO The Firebird
Sat 5/14 Chicago, IL The Bottom Lounge
Sun 5/15 Pontiac, MI The Eagle Theatre
Mon 5/16 Cleveland Heights, OH Grog Shop
Wed 5/18 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
Thu 5/19 New York, NY Highline Ballroom
Fri 5/20 Philadelphia, PA The Trocadero
Sat 5/21 Baltimore, MD Bourbon Street
Mon 5/23 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
Wed 5/25 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
Thu 5/26 Houston, TX The Studio @ Warehouse Live
Fri 5/27 Austin, TX Emo’s
Sat 5/28 Dallas, TX Granada Theatre
Chris No Sleep