|Dead Letter Circus Album Details|
2010-03-04 by Billy | 26 Replies | 2743 Views
Aussie rockers Dead Letter Circus will release their debut album This Is The Warning on May 14.
The band have set up a pre-order website called Project Dead Letter that will allow fans to access exclusive videos and other content covering the recording of the album and an immediate download of 'Here We Divide,' a song taken from the album. New content will be added to the site every day up until the release of the album in May.
So, i got the ultra fanboy pack.
Here We Divide fucking rules, so pumped.
Cool. May even pre-order it.
Can't wait for this one to come out!!
This is going to be so so good.
I want this
But I have no money
Time for another squeeze on the 'rents
Yesssss!!! I've been dying for something by this band.
Yes! This is great news indeed. I hope they breakthrough with this, because they definitely deserve it.
Hell yes, and only four days between this and Diamond Eyes.
omg omg omg omg omg omg omg omg omg omg omg
Sums up how I feel I reckon.
Kids, 'Here We Divide' is the best thing they've written.
So. Fucking. Good.
i knew you'd cover this hehe
Haha dude, im all over this like a rash.
this is gonna be great
Seeing them in 4 hours, fucking woot!
Oh wow really? tell me what they're like live. They seem like such a good band with a promising future.
Will do dude. Very excited.
When I saw them last year they were pretty damn good, although the singer seemed a little off (although that could have been the shitty sound system of the Enmore)
So, DLC were fucking amazing on Friday. Kim hit every note perfectly. We only got one new song, 'Here We Divide.' But but it was awesome. During Disconnect and Apply, they got the ex-Rook guys up and made them crowd surf for the whole song, was awesome. But yeah, very very good gig.
Jericco were also awesome, they played a heap of new songs. All of which were mad.
that gig would surely have been awesome.
this album is going to be all things kdsygflsduhgflkdshbfgkjbdsfkjgehyf
Last night was pretty damn swell too. Sleep Parade smashed it, they had a 40 minute set and played 4 songs, two new ones, Everyday and Weeping Walls. Everyday was the shortest song.
Full Scale kicked arse, Zeke went mental. Twelve Foot Ninja killed it, the new songs are heavy as fuck. .hinge were great, sad that thats probs the last time ill see them. Sydonia were also quite damn good. Oh and everyone should go check out Tim McMillan Band, funniest band i've ever seen.
Holy fuck, 40 mins and only 4 songs? I don't know if thats promising or not...
EDIT: wait...Everyday is longer than Weeping Walls
Everyday is a bit shorter live and Weeping Walls is a bit longer live.
But Tom, the new songs were so good. The extra guitarist helps so much, makes their sound work much better. The third song they played was amazing. So pumped for the album.
Sounds awesome, I would've killed to go
yeah dude, was an amazing weekend.