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Live Video: Quicksand live at The Wrecking Ball ATL

Post-hardcore legends Quicksand performed live at this year’s The Wrecking Ball ATL festival, which took place from August 12-14 at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. In case you missed the performance, you now get to watch it in its entirety below.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band has reportedly been working on what will be their first record since 1995′s Manic Compression. We’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.



Quicksand’s “Manic Compression” to be reissued on vinyl (again)

According to theprp.comQuicksand‘s second and last album to date Manic Compression will receive a vinyl reissue treatment, and it will be released on July 22nd through Srcvinyl. This is not the first time the classic 1995 album has received a vinyl reissue; Dine Alone Records reissued Manic Compression on vinyl back in 2013, along with their 1993 debut album Slip.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band has reportedly been working on new music.



Live Video: Quicksand’s 2014 New Year’s Eve show

Last night, post-hardcore legends Quicksand performed a New Year’s Eve show at the St. Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New York. You can watch a fan-filmed video footage of that performance below.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band has reportedly been working on new music, which will be their first since 1995′s Manic Compression. We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from Quicksand come to light.



Quicksand to play New Year’s Eve show in New York

Post-hardcore legends Quicksand have announced that they will wrap 2014 up with an intimate New Year’s Eve show at St. Vitus Bar in New York on December 31st. Also appearing on the bill is Creepoid. Click here for more information on that show.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band has reportedly been working on new music, which will be their first since 1995′s Manic Compression. We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from Quicksand come to light.



Quicksand to play London in June

After some European festival appearances, and just prior to their performance at Download Festival, post-hardcore legends Quicksand will play one show at London’s Electric Ballroom on June 12th. Tickets are available right here.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band is rumored to be working on new music, which will be their first since 1995′s Manic Compression.



Pennywise, Quicksand, Boysetsfire & more to play Rock am Ring / Rock im Park 2014

I don’t speak a lick of German so deciphering exactly what was said in yesterday’s lineup announcement for the 2014 edition of Rock am Ring and Rock im Park was a real bitch.

From what I read, I’m pretty sure the dual-festival lineup now features Pennywise, Quicksand, Boysetsfire, alongside previously announced bands like Against Me!, The Offspring, Slayer, and more.

Apparently, there are still a bunch of bands that will be added to the lineup for Rock am Ring (June 5th-8th) and Rock im Park (June 6th-9th). We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more acts are revealed!



Quicksand announce European festival appearances

Reunited post-hardcore legends Quicksand are on the bill for at least four festivals in Europe. In May, they will play this year’s Grozerock, followed a month later by two shows in Germany and one show in England. All the dates and locations can be found below.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again in 2012 and have since been performing live sporadically. The band is rumored to be working on new music, which will be their first since 1995′s Manic Compression.



Full Set Video: Quicksand at Fun Fun Fun Fest

Last Friday, the reunited post-hardcore legends Quicksand performed live at this year’s Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas. In case you missed it, a YouTube user has uploaded a video of the entire show, which you can watch below.

After two breakups and one reunion, Quicksand reunited again last year and have since been performing live sporadically. The band is rumored to be working on new music, which will be their first since 1995′s Manic Compression.



New Quicksand music in the works?

It looks like the reunion of Quicksand will continue on after all, as Brooklyn Vegan reports that the band has posted at least two photos that involve studio activity. This indicates that the band is either working on a new album or something else. No further more information is currently available at this time.

Quicksand’s last studio album, Manic Compression, was released in 1995. The band did try to record a new album during their first reunion, which lasted from 1997 to 1999, but abandoned that attempt after just a couple of songs and eventually broke up once again. Quicksand reunited again last year, but haven’t released any new material yet.



Live Video: Quicksand performing “Fazer” live in San Francisco

Things seem to be moving along pretty well for Quicksand, who originally called it quits in 1995. The band reunited for some shows in 1998, and again in 2012. Last January, they embarked on their first tour in 15 years, which featured support from Title Fight, and will be playing more shows this summer and fall, including this year’s Riot Fest.

Quicksand performed live at Slim’s in San Francisco last Wednesday (June 26th), and Converse has posted a video of the band performing “Fazer”, the opening track from their 1993 classic debut album Slip. Go here to see the clip.

Quicksand released their last studio album Manic Compression in 1995, but keep your fingers crossed for new music from the band.



Video Archive: Quicksand live in Austin, 1994

Here’s something for all of you Quicksand fans all over the world to enjoy. If you’ve got 50 minutes to spare, check out a video of the recently-reunited post-hardcore legends performing live at Emo’s in Austin, Texas on February 15, 1994. At that show, Quicksand were still promoting their 1993 classic debut album Slip. Go here to watch the video.

Quicksand recently released vinyl reissues of their only two studio albums, Slip (1993) and Manic Compression (1995). There has recently been a petition for a new album, which you can sign here.



Alkaline Trio, Quicksand, RX Bandits & more added to Reading/Leeds 2013

More bands, including Alkaline Trio, Quicksand, The Bronx, Sick Of It All, Cerebral Ballzy, and the recently reunited RX Bandits, have been added to the lineup for Reading/Leeds 2013.

Click here to check out a full list of bands playing the festival.



Quicksand announce summer European show

Following up on their recent reunion tourQuicksand are on the bill for this year’s Pukkelpop Festival, which takes place from August 15-17, 2013 in Hasselt, Belgium. Quicksand will play the first date. Pre-sale tickets will be available on Monday, March 25th at 10am local time. General on-sale begins on the 27th at 2pm local time. For more details, go here.

Quicksand currently have no other shows scheduled at this time. They recently released reissues of their only two albums, Slip (1993) and Manic Compression (1995), on vinyl. There has recently been a petition for a new album, which you can sign here.



Quicksand announce vinyl reissue of “Manic Compression”

The reunited post-hardcore legends Quicksand have announced another vinyl reissue, this time it’s their second (and apparently still final) album Manic Compression.

The vinyl reissue of Manic Compression will be released on February 26th, two days before the 18th anniversary of its original release, as a gatefold LP in four colors on jointly on Shop Radio Cast and Dine Alone Records (who also reissued their classic debut album Slip on vinyl last summer) and is available for pre-order at this location.

Pressing Info:
* Lacquers created by Lucky Lacquers
* Gatefold jacket, reverseboard
* Includes 18 x 24 poster

Vinyl Color:
* 500 copies: 180-gram green / black swirl
* 500 copies: 180-gram red / black swirl
* 500 copies: 180-gram army green (retail exclusive)
* 250 copies: 180-gram red

Manic Compression was originally released on February 28, 1995 on Island Records, and was Quicksand’s most successful release, peaking at number 135 on the Billboard 200 chart. Despite the success of that album, it would be the band’s final one before their first break up.



Title Fight announce North American tour dates w/ Living With Lions

Back in November, we announced that Title Fight will be playing a few West Coast shows in support of Quicksand. Today, the Pennsylvania punks have announced they’ll be hitting the road for an extensive run of North American tour dates with Living With Lions, which will be mapped around their shows with Quicksand.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations on the tour here.

Title Fight’s last album, “Floral Green,” was released in September of 2012 on SideOneDummy Records.