MUTEMATH PREPARE TO LAUNCH “ARMISTICE” ON AUGUST 18, 2009
New Orleans-based eclectic/innovative rock quartet MUTEMATH has just completed their second full-length album for Teleprompt/Warner Bros. Records entitled “ARMISTICE.” Recorded in New Orleans and Oxford, MS and produced by Dennis Herring (Elvis Costello, Modest Mouse, The Hives), the record is scheduled for release on Aug 18th.
Song titles are as follows:
1. The Nerve
5. No Response
6. Pins and Needles
11. The Lost Year
Nearly 50 minutes in total, MUTEMATH does not play it safe on their sophomore effort. With a stunning range of dynamics, “ARMISTICE” boasts the kind of masterful production and songwriting that ensure it to be one of the year’s standout albums. Expect to hear this album very soon. More details to be revealed shortly. Keep en eye on: www.mutemath.com for future announcements, tour dates, merch, special offers and much more.
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While promoting his new flick, ‘Adventureland,’ Ryan Reynolds declared his love for the ‘Twilight’ star. “Robert Pattinson in a word: dreamy … Look, I’m not gay — but I’m thinking about it,” he joked to MTV. Although he was obviously kidding, Reynolds was honest about one thing: He would love to star in a movie with the fictional vampire.
See it here!
Twilighters get ready to rewind, pause, and be dazzled by the dreamy, undead Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson) over and over again–the DVD is being released at midnight on Saturday, March 21st.
This kind of release is rare since DVDs usually hit stores on Tuesday, so take advantage of it and throw a movie-watching party that immortals would approve of!
Read on for tips about how to re-create the look of the Twilight cast, serve blood-thirsty treats, spot fun facts in the movie, and more.
EW.com has an article on Catherine Hardwicke coming back to Summit Ent to direct another young adult book adaptation:
Summit Entertainment is trying to make lightning strike twice. The studio behind the Twilight movie series has plans to adapt a buzzy young-adult novel called If I Stay with Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke at the helm, EW has learned exclusively. The studio would not confirm the plan; a Summit insider said the parties are negotiating and a deal is not yet complete.
The book, from author/journalist Gayle Forman (Sisters in Sanity), doesn’t hit shelves until April 1 but was scooped up by Summit last month. The project centers on 17-year old musician Mia who, after a violent car accident, finds herself watching her damaged body taken from the wreck. She must decide whether or not she has the will to live.
It’s interesting that Hardwicke and Summit would team up again considering how the two parted ways after Twilight became a massive worldwide box office success. This reunion suggests that rumors of discord between the director and her studio may have been greatly exaggerated.
TY to Barrie from EW! See it here!