Good morning everyone! I’m sure you’ve all had a pleasant start to the day, but to bring you back down to earth we have our quote of the day. Today’s comes from Crystal Castles’ frontwoman Alice Glass, who verbally destroyed the likes of Katy Perry and the ever-growing ‘teen slut’ pandemic that has begun to
Bittersweet news for Crystal Castle fans today. The Canadian duo have declared that the release date for their third and upcoming album III has been pushed back a week, though the sweet part is that you now have a new tune to get you through that extra week.
Canadian electro duo Ethan Kath and Alice Glass aka Crystal Castles have now officially announced their new album – which has been given the title (III) – along with the album cover art. A new track has also been released along with the announcement, Wrath of God, which follows up on the first single titled
Canadian electro duo Ethan Kath and Alice Glass aka Crystal Castles have posted a new video clip for their first single titled Plague, which will be taken from their forthcoming new album, due to hit shelves in November. The video, which was directed by Director Ivan Grbin, is quite spooky and shows a woman walking
Crystal Castles have confirmed that their third album will hit the shelves in November.
It’s impossible not to be in love with the fiercely uncompromising Crystal Castles.
YouTube Channel operator FFKR69 must be stoked. Their online video profile that has eight subscribers is blowing up thanks to Pitchfork grabbing hold of some footage uploaded onto the page, which kinda’ shows Crystal Castles debuting a new song titled Wrath of God at the recently past Reading Festival. To be honest, the clip is
Ten hours ago Canadian electro duo Crystal Castles posted a link on the band’s Facebook page to a new track titled Plague, which is available for free download.
Fan Footage has emerged of a new track by UK crew Crystal Castles during their recent performance at Manchester’s Parklife Festival.
In a collaboration with Vs. Magazine, Crystal Castles present ‘Suffocation,’ a fashion video by producer Ethan Kath, and is the first fashion video to feature singer Alice Glass.
Crystal Castles’ Ethan Kath has confirmed that Canadian act Crystal Castles are about to begin recording their third full-length album in Croatia next month.
Crystal Castles have announced Australian tour dates while out here for Falls Festival and Field Day in 2011/2012. The last time they were here, front woman Alice Glass proved just how rock star she could be, ignoring doctor’s orders to cancel their appearances at Big Day Out due to a broken ankle.
Entertaining a sizeable crowd has long been a hard thing for musicians to master. To do so with a broken ankle and uncomplimentary crutches is a near unimaginable feat. But Alice Glass, the second half of Crystal Castles, pulled it off swimmingly at their Big Day Out sideshow last week. Busted bones and medical auxiliaries
If you’ve been reading the music news feeds over the last couple of days it won’t come as a surprise for me to say Alice Glass from Crystal Castles has broken her foot. What you maybe a little unclear on is whether or not the Crystal Castles are still touring with the Big Day Out
It is a quiet Wednesday night, a few short days before the Big Day Out tour kicks off in Auckland. Generally this wouldn’t concern me in Sydney except for the fact that tonight I’m lucky enough to be on the phone with Ethan Kath of Crystal Castles. With the release of their second album in
That’s right, Cure frontman Robert Smith and Crystal Castles are working on a song together, with Smith reported to be contributing vocals to Not In Love, of their latest release Crystal Castles II. This isn’t the first big name collaboration the duo have picked up, with other album cuts being reworked by Sonic Youth’s Thurston
Toronto duo Crystal Castles will commence their Australian tour next week
Toronto duo Crystal Castles are pleased to announce a Sydney headline show next February, in addition to their appearance at the Playground Weekender Festival.