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Taking Back Sunday
The band is about to embark on a world tour.
Get the tissues.
Warning: Not for the faint of heart.
They’re coming back with new material.
Out Friday, 16th September
The cute factor is too damn high
A new Twitter account has been spawned with the sole purpose of mashing up punk rock lyrics with screenshots from the hit Nickelodeon kids’ TV series Spongebob Squarepants because the internet. And let’s face it, as far as Nick-toons go, Spongebob is pretty badass. The titular sponge shuns authority, wears a necktie ironically and is
Fresh off a massive sold-out tour of the United States, post-hardcore heroes The Used and Taking Back Sunday are continuing their mission to redefine the phrase “co-headline” with a whole new sense of scope and grandeur, and now they’ll be bringing it Down Under for four epic nights. Double-bills like this don’t come around too
Amityville post-hardcore legends Taking Back Sunday have unveiled the latest taste of their heavily anticipated new full-length studio effort, Happiness Is, slated for release Friday, 21st March through UNFD/Hopeless Records. The anthemic, mobilising new track is called Stood A Chance. “I tried to be a little more loose; I was more focused on being myself
Long Island legends Taking Back Sunday are back in the game, announcing that their sixth full-length studio effort, Happiness Is, will be out Friday, 14th March, preceded by first single Flicker, Fade. Happiness Is is the second record from the band since reviving their classic lineup of Adam Lazzara, John Nolan, Eddie Reyes, Shaun Cooper
Taking Back Sunday’s former guitarist Fred Mascherino has made the ultimate announcement to fans. Currently working with his new outfit Terrible Things, Mascherino has offered his guitar skills to any and all who’d like him to feature on their new material. According to Absolute Punk, Mascherino put the call out for fans to send him
Everybody’s favourite Taking Back Sunday are at it again. With all the fuss surrounding the 10th-year anniversary of their seminal Tell All Your Friends album now subsiding, the group have turned their attention to the future, ego, a new album. Before you get too excited – the album will be a little ways off yet
Taking Back Sunday sticks man Mark O’Connell has delighted fans the world over with news that the band have locked in plans to get cracking on their new album. O’Connell broke the news in a recent interview with Long Island Press (Via Dying Scene) where he explained that the band will be going to extreme
If you’re a fan of Taking Back Sunday, you’ve no doubt heard of their current US tour being held in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of their gangbusters album Tell All Your Friends. Well, it’s now looking as though the band has plans to take the madness overseas, which could mean Australia. It’s not so
Footage has emerged online of Taking Back Sunday frontman Adam Lazzara copping a punch to the face after a brief tussle with a drunken fan during a show in Glasgow, Scotland.
Taking Back Sunday’s Australian tour with New Found Glory will be going ahead despite a nasty injury to singer Adam Lazzara’s leg. A tweet we received from @TBSOfficial confirms that they will still be rocking our shores in April. Taking Back Sunday are currently touring their 2011 self-titled release, which received a vast amount of
Taking Back Sunday’s Australian tour may be cancelled after Adam Lazzara’s leg was crushed and broken when a tree fell on him while he was having a smoke outside a recording studio.
It seems that the American Pop-Punk touring festival Warped Tour, has had it’s lineup leaked. In a photograph (see above) which is yet to be confirmed, the festival see’s Headliners that are absolutely no surprise to veterans of the event including the likes of Taking Back Sunday, All Time Low, The Used, New Found Glory,
What a crazy little period it has been for emo punkers Taking Back Sunday. The revolving door of band members have allowed the return of original members John Nolan and Shaun Cooper and the band have turned out their best album in seven years with their fifth, self-titled record. The key to all of Taking