Jimmy Eat World Dine Alone

2013-04-03 by sailSAway | 37 Comments
With seven LPs under their belt, American rockers Jimmy Eat World have joined forces with Canadian Indie label Dine Alone Records. Jimmy Eat World have completed work on a new album they have titled 'Damage', which will be released on June 11th of this year. The band will be supporting the release of 'Damage' with a world tour starting in May.

The official news can be found on Dine Alone's website:

http://www.dinealonerecords.com/2013/index.php/news/view/481

Tagged: Jimmy Eat World

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skoopy48
April 3rd 2013
1669 Comments


woo hoo!! Finally

toxin.
April 3rd 2013
12846 Comments


awesome, here's hoping it doesn't suck

FromDaHood
April 3rd 2013
9094 Comments


Looking forward to it, expecting the worst

Mike08
April 3rd 2013
609 Comments


I've never heard of this label so this just sounded like a pathetic news flash.

bloc
April 3rd 2013
35361 Comments


Probably will be average

TooManyFriends
April 3rd 2013
1028 Comments


As long as it sounds less like "Invented" and more like "Futures"

Kronzo
April 3rd 2013
1020 Comments


witty article title

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InfamousGrouse
April 3rd 2013
3695 Comments


Except Invented is pretty good so..

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
April 3rd 2013
20555 Comments


one of my most anticipated of 2013

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Shogun
April 3rd 2013
427 Comments


didnt enjoy their last album, hoping this one is better

sailSAway
April 3rd 2013
928 Comments


Dine Alone brought you bands like Alexisonfire, City & Colour, and The Lumineers. They also signed Marilyn Manson.

Nomos
April 3rd 2013
900 Comments


Yup, less Invented, more Futures please

SadAndHolyGlow
April 3rd 2013
1563 Comments


Huh. An interesting label change. I was not familiar with this label prior to this article, but I am familiar with plenty of the artists that have been signed to it. They seem a bit out of place on this one, but good things can always come of that.

Considering that they are JEW and often change effortlessly while maintaining their own unique sound, they should do just fine.

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renegadestrings
April 3rd 2013
1478 Comments


don't even try acting like yall didn't dig Invented.

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2013
18507 Comments


YESSS

FromDaHood
April 3rd 2013
9094 Comments


I didn't dig Invented

sailSAway
April 3rd 2013
928 Comments


i avoided Invented

toxin.
April 3rd 2013
12846 Comments


I 2'd Invented :|

Ecnalzen
April 3rd 2013
6935 Comments


More Jimmy? Yes, please.

joshieboy12345
April 3rd 2013
5377 Comments


Should be good.

drasticaction74
April 3rd 2013
1797 Comments


damage incorporated

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henryChinaski
April 4th 2013
3091 Comments


Mh cool. Their last one was kinda boring in my opinion. Still looking forward to this.

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Captain North
April 4th 2013
6792 Comments


Fuck yes. Band does no wrong

Rowan5215
April 4th 2013
29667 Comments


"less Invented, more Futures please"
Nope.

Captain North
April 4th 2013
6792 Comments


Futures is their least interesting release

Crawl
April 4th 2013
1707 Comments


Woah, can't wit. And guys, Invented ruled. :I

ThePac
April 4th 2013
219 Comments


"I've never heard of this label so this just sounded like a pathetic news flash."

mmmm ok thanks

KeepTheChange
April 4th 2013
62 Comments


Hope this is good. But considering Invented sucked, I dont have very high hopes for this. Futures rocked though.

KeepTheChange
April 4th 2013
62 Comments


Hope this is good. But considering Invented sucked, I dont have very high hopes for this. Futures rocked though.

Apollo
April 4th 2013
10382 Comments


Invented was shit. Futures was tits.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
April 4th 2013
51325 Comments


YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL INHERIT YOUR DIP AND YOU'RE PROBABLY GONNA DINE ALONE

DegausserGuernica24
April 4th 2013
1134 Comments


^

Bleed American was tits n' nips.

minty901
April 4th 2013
2152 Comments


according to jim its gonna sound more raw than anything theyve done since static prevails. no more than 3 takes for each track upon recording. no pitch adjustments and minimal studio correcting/cutting. and it is quite weighted towards the acoustic guitar. and its going to have the theme of a grown up break-up record, where the consequences of heartbreak are more severe as you get older. check out the song "book of love" on youtube. gorgeous song.

toxin.
April 4th 2013
12846 Comments


damn i like their polished shit
guess we'll see

FromDaHood
April 5th 2013
9094 Comments


wow that doesn't get me excited at all

sailSAway
April 5th 2013
928 Comments


Futures was dope on tits. Clarity was balln' too.

CrazyDiamond7
April 5th 2013
80 Comments


That news is actually making me less excited for this record.

Who knows, maybe it will be good. I'm hoping for something that's at least better than Invented.



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