Manchester Orchestra album news

2011-01-26 by Ali CONTRIBUTOR | 42 Comments
Atlanta indie rockers Manchester Orchestra will release their third album, Simple Math, on May 10.

Tracklist:

1. Pensacola
2. God Is In The Wicked
3. Virgin
4. Simple Math
5. Father's Sins
6. Pale Black Eye
7. Red Rancid
8. Sci-Fi
9. April Fool
10. Leave It Alone
11. Last Remark
12. Leaky Break
13. Apprehension

Tagged: Manchester Orchestra

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Phideaux
January 26th 2011
1659 Comments


Saw these guys with Brand New. They were pretty good. Never listened to any of their albums though.

IAmKickass
January 26th 2011
840 Comments


Looking forward to this.

Waior
January 26th 2011
11564 Comments


Very excited.

DoubtGin
January 26th 2011
6816 Comments


will be hyped.. their last one was ok, so I'm interested in this

mallen-
January 26th 2011
1236 Comments


aoty

Curse.
January 26th 2011
8042 Comments


Pretty excited for this

whywontyoudie
January 26th 2011
3064 Comments


Mean Everything to Nothing was a really cool album. definitely looking forward to this.

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2011
7510 Comments


METN was my album of the year for 2009 so I can't wait for this.

Not expecting it to be as good but I've still got pretty high expectations.

DeafMetal
January 26th 2011
8596 Comments


Mean Everything was incredible. Really excited for this.

Enotron
January 26th 2011
7695 Comments


souped

dancierthan4
January 26th 2011
7 Comments


sweet, i love these guys, didn't even know they were recording a new album.

dylanthedesertpea
January 26th 2011
587 Comments


got high expectations for this. i absolutely loved mean everything to nothing

JohnGrady
January 26th 2011
154 Comments


Hope it's more like "Like a Virgin Losing a Child" and not "Mean Everything To Nothing".

PuddlesPuddles
January 26th 2011
4796 Comments


Hope it's no what JohnGrady wants so it's gooood

This is so awesome I just started spinning Mean Everything this very morning as a matter of fact

Defeaterr
January 26th 2011
139 Comments


going by the song titles the album will have a more abrasive tone

amanwithahammer
January 26th 2011
585 Comments


aoty [2]

Trist66
January 26th 2011
148 Comments


I always thought that METN was underrated.

and everyone loves them. that says something about how i feel about manchester orchestra.

greg84
Emeritus
January 26th 2011
7545 Comments


I love Mean Everything To Nothing. This is going to be huge.

Digging: A Giant Dog - Pile

Aids
January 26th 2011
24253 Comments


yay! 2011 rules!

chaseguitar
January 26th 2011
750 Comments


aoty [3]

But they said it was gonna be released in March. I can't wait till May, god damn it.

North0House
January 26th 2011
1764 Comments


This is gonna be sick.

Scoot
January 26th 2011
18372 Comments


will rule

Waior
January 26th 2011
11564 Comments


andy hull is also collaborating on the dear hunter's latest

which sounds like manchester orchestra ironically

ebay
January 26th 2011
501 Comments


Can't wait. Last album was incredible.

MrCalum
January 26th 2011
371 Comments


So fucking excited after seeing this. I don't think they can possibly let down.

dylanthedesertpea
January 26th 2011
587 Comments


Hope it's more like "Like a Virgin Losing a Child" and not "Mean Everything To Nothing".

i found like a virgin losing a child boring compared to mean everything to nothing

tombits
January 26th 2011
3473 Comments


very good news

Knott-
Emeritus
January 26th 2011
10198 Comments


Virgin > METN

WatchItExplode
January 26th 2011
4125 Comments


THIS album should be legit, we all seem to agree on that

BigTuna
January 26th 2011
5186 Comments


uhg I cannot wait for this! I have HUGE expectations that I probably should lower but will not.

Digging: James Blake - The Colour in Anything

HARDTOEXPLAIN
January 26th 2011
16 Comments


It's suppose to be there "hardest" album yet. Stoked

nash1311
January 26th 2011
1758 Comments


band sucks.

DeafMetal
January 27th 2011
8596 Comments


Do they, nash1311?

heyadam
January 27th 2011
1817 Comments


I am so freaking stoked

Digging: Chance the Rapper - Coloring Book

heyadam
January 27th 2011
1817 Comments


also

aoty [4]

Skimaskcheck
January 27th 2011
2364 Comments


awesome news

foreverendeared
January 27th 2011
14678 Comments


really excited for this

lennarr
January 30th 2011
18 Comments


yeah man
that's my birthday :D
nicest birthday-present ever.

TheJackal
January 30th 2011
1005 Comments


yes, should be awesome

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
March 22nd 2011
7510 Comments


Wish May would hurry the fuck up.

Anyone know whether there are any pre-orders for this yet?

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
March 22nd 2011
29463 Comments


sim-ple math

iFghtffyrdmns
March 22nd 2011
7047 Comments


no pre-orders yet.
I'd expect something to appear regarding them on the MO site within the next two weeks.



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