GOOD FIGHT MUSIC has just released a free sampler, available at Amazon.com
! No strings attached, so head on over to Amazon and download nine free tracks by your favorite GOOD FIGHT MUSIC artists! But hurry, this is a limited time offer! The download link is above, and you can view the tracklisting below:
1) Conditions – When it Won’t Save You
2) The Contortionist – Primal Directive
3) Cancer Bats – Drive This Stake
4) This or the Apocalypse – Backlit
5) Son of Aurelius – Facing the Gorgon
6) Rosaline – The Messenger, The Infinite
7) I Am Abomination – Rock N’ No Soul
Son of Aurelius – A Good Death
9) I Am Abomination – Greeting From Easter Island
“Amazon’s ability to provide suggestions and cater specifically to the needs of an individual’s taste is what makes them the best at what they do,” states GOOD FIGHT MUSIC label manager Mike Conroy. “When an opportunity was presented to us to put together a free sampler of our label bands with the backing and clout of Amazon, it was a no brainer.”
The Contortionist’s brand new Good Fight Music debut, Exoplanet, is in stores today! Also, the band is pleased to announce exciting news about their upcoming fall touring season! The Contortionist will hit the road with War Of Ages, The Color Morale, The Great Commission, and Legend from October 8th through October 22nd, and will continue across the states with The Acacia Strain, Terror, The Red Chord, and Gaza from October 29th through November 20th! See below for all current tour dates, and make sure to catch The Contortionist ripping up a stage near you!
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Richmond, VA rockers Conditions are featured in the upcoming AP/Hot Topic Mini Mag, available on a countertop at your nearest Hot Topic beginning September 7th! A brand new track, ‘When It Won’t Save You’ is included on the Mini Mag sampler. The track is cut from Conditions upcoming GOOD FIGHT MUSIC debut, Fluorescent Youth, which hits stores on September 14th, 2010! Conditions have teamed up with Hot Topic to bring Fluorescent Youth to all store listening stations, and offer fans a special Hot Topic sale pricing beginning on the day of release.
Head over the to the brand new MySpace to learn more about Conditions, and remember to check in frequently to stay up to date on huge, upcoming fall tour dates! The new dates will be announced soon. Pre-orders are also available HERE!
Conditions have sold over 16,000 digital songs and over 3,000 CDs on their own as independent artists. They have shared stages in the US and Europe with the likes of Paramore, New Found Glory, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and Good Charlotte. They have earned themselves spots on the Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, Bamboozle Festival, and SXSW Music Conference. Their commanding stage presence and airtight musicianship during live performances emits a vibrant and impassioned spirit. It is this rare mix of charisma and chops that has allowed Conditions to amass a loyal and supportive fan base from swooning teen pop fans to discerning older rock fans. Those fans purchased 4,000 songs off of their You Are Forgotten EP in the first month of its release. It is exactly that type of zealous fan reaction that has caught the eye of media outlets nationwide. Alternative Press Magazine recently proclaimed the band as one of their “100 bands you need to know in 2010″.
Already massive in the Windy City, Chicago, IL’s ROSALINE are gearing up to take the world by storm with their Good Fight Music debut, The Vitality Theory, hitting stores on July 20th, 2010. The Vitality Theory is produced by the band, and is mixed by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Haste the Day, Gwen Stacy). The record is tracked by Joel Wanasek at JTW Studios.
ROSALINE will debut a brand new track from The Vitality Theory entitled, ‘London Lost its Fog’, today on their MySpace page. “Musically, the song is a subtle odyssey of inspirational chord progression and timbres,” states vocalist and guitarist Madison Stolzer. “The song shows a nice variety of sounds to come on this album.”
Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s This Or The Apocalypse is revealing another track, ‘Lamindae’ from their Good Fight Music debut, Haunt What’s Left. The track will be streaming exclusively at Revolvermag.com beginning today, June 7th! Along with the track, Revolvermag.com will feature an interview with co-producer, Lamb of God’s Chris Adler, about his thoughts on ‘Lamindae’. Haunt What’s Left is produced by Josh Wilbur and Chris Adler, and is set to hit stores on June 22nd, 2010. This Or The Apocalypse plan to debut another new track from Haunt What’s Left on June 14th.
This Or The Apocalypse has announced new tour dates with For The Fallen Dreams, beginning July 8th in Indianapolis, IN! The band is also on tour earlier this summer with Gwen Stacy. All This Or The Apocalypse tour dates are listed after the jump.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE
is set to reveal a brand new track today, entitled ‘Charmer’ from their Good Fight Music
debut, Haunt What’s Left
. The track will be located at their MySpace
page. Haunt What’s Left is produced by Josh Wilbur and LAMB OF GOD’s Chris Adler, and is set to hit stores on June 22nd, 2010. When asked to comment on ‘Charmer’, Adler stated, “This is the shit that makes me get up in the morning. This is not the hit, this is not the second single, this is not the third – it is the ‘shedding skin’ tune. This gives me goose bumps and makes me jealous.”
THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE vocalist Ricky Armellino had a few words of his own to express the meaning behind ‘Charmer’. “The more I struggle to learn about myself, the more I just abhor the amount our society consumes. It’s disgusting that a religious belief could make one feel empowered enough to irresponsibly destroy and consume other forms of life because they feel that there is an “afterlife” only for themselves and nothing else,” starts Armellino. “One of my dearest friends calls me a “charmer” because I tend to be cunning and persuasive when I talk to others, it’s a gift and a curse; you can be so convincing that you can even distort the truth in your own eyes and make yourself believe you’re not one of ‘them’, you’re not to blame. I named the song after that nickname because I always want to remind myself that I should be holding myself accountable first, the rest of the world second.”