|lived without music, hated it!|
Kerrang comes out on a Wednesday, so i downloaded deaf Havana, the blackout and lost alone. There is a band i want to download however the album has not been released yet. So this week my fave song and album (i downloaded best of British bands posters this week). the band i truely reccamend is night of treason.
is the blackout album the best in town and the best song is i love myself and i wanna live.
The Best in Town (2009)
In 2008 the band split with record label Fierce Panda, scrapping plans to release another two singles from We Are the Dynamite! and "I Love Myself and I Wanna Live", this ultimately led to the band being signed to Epitaph Records in February 2009. After finishing up touring in 2008 the band began recording their second album, The Best in Town with A vocalist, Jason Perry at Sonic Ranch, El Paso, Texas. The rest of the vocal tracking was completed in Southend on Sea in early January. In March 2009 the band set out to LA to film a music video for their first single from The Best in Town, "Children of the Night" and for their second single, "Saves Our Selves", as well as meeting with record Label Epitaph, who are based in the US. The first single from The Best in Town, "Children Of The Night", was released on the 18 May. To promote this album, the band toured with The Urgency, Hollywood Undead and Silverstein, before playing at the Download Festival, where they ended up playing twice due to The Ghost Of A Thousand pulling out at the last minute. They played at the Hevy Music Festival on 1 August 2009 and headlined Butserfest on 12 September playing alongside Go Audio, We Are The Ocean and Attack! Attack!. They have also been confirmed to play the Kerrang! Relentless Energy Drink Tour 2010 alongside My Passion, Young Guns and All Time Low. Through Monday 16 November to Saturday 21 November The Blackout were doing band signing in major cities and towns. Having performed backing vocals on You Me At Six's 2010 album Hold Me Down, Sean Smith appeared on stage with You Me At Six, at Newport Centre on 10 March 2010, and at Brixton Academy on 20 March 2010, with Gavin Butler, during the performance of "The Consequence", both times receiving an enthusiastic reception. In June 2010, the band were confirmed to support Paramore on their one off show in Belfast in Northern Ireland. Front Woman of the band Hayley Williams said that it was an honour to have the band that they supported in 2006 on the Give It A Name Festival supporting them on their headline show. The band also toured Europe with Limp Bizkit in August 2010