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Nightmares For A Week to record 2nd full length

New York pop punk band Nightmares For A Week are preparing to enter the studio on December 19th to record their 2nd full length album. Check back as more details about the new release emerge.

The band last released a split with Nightmare Of You in October via Paper + Plastick Records and is available on 7″ vinyl in two Halloween-themed variations – black/orange swirl and glow-in-the-dark. It can be purchased in the Paper + Plastick webstore.

Nightmare of You and Nightmares for a Week stream songs from split – Pre orders

Nightmare of You and Nightmares For A Week are putting out a split together and they are each streaming a song from that split now. You can check it out here.

The songs come from a split EP that the two bands will be putting out together via Paper + Plastick Records. Dubbed the “Nightmares” split, the release will be available digitally on Halloween. Preorders are available now here for both digital and 7″ vinyl.

Paper + Plastick planning Halloween “Nightmares” split featuring Nightmares For A Week and Nightmare Of You

Paper + Plastick Records is planning a split release entitled “Nightmares” this coming Halloween. The release will feature brand new tracks from Nightmares For A Week and Nightmare of You. Here’s what label founder (and Less Than Jake drummer) Vinnie Fiorello has to say about the project:

“We had the idea to bring the bands together as a play on their names, obviously, but also because they don’t really sound that much alike.”

No official artwork for the release yet, but we’ll keep you posted well in advance of the October 31st release. If you’ve never heard Nightmare Of You before, check out a new song entitled “Give Us A Kiss” right here. It should be noted that, while new, this track will not be on the upcoming split.

Nightmares For A Week, Joshua premiere new tracks off upcoming split 7″

In honor of the bands soon to be released 7″ split, new tracks by both Nightmares For A Week and Joshua. You can check out “There Are No Rules” by Joshua here, and “Doomsday Party” by Nightmares for a Week here.

The split will be released May 17th via Limited Fanfare.

Nightmares For A Week’s van broken into, gear stolen

Two days ago in Cincinnati, OH, Nightmares For A Week’s van was broken into and $8000 worth of gear was stolen. The band’s insurance isn’t going to cover the gear. If you feel compelled to help the band recover from this huge setback, you can make a paypal donation to

DS Exclusive: Sean-Paul Pillsworth (Nightmares For A Week) tell DS all about the band, originality in music and why you should be listening to them.

Nightmares For A Week don’t follow the norm. They’ve carved out their place in the niche market that is the almagation of pop, indie, folk and punk and they deserve all the accolades that will surely be coming their way. Their most recent release, “Don’t Die” contains catchy pop hooks, well written musical orchestrations and above all, lyrically its easy to relate back to the trials, tribulations and jubilations that one experiences in day-to-day life. All these qualities combined are the result of these three talented musicians doing what they love to do and nothing else.

Sean-Paul spoke to Dying Scene about the bands history, recording vs. the live set, originality in music and he gave us three reasons just why you should give Nightmares For A Week a spin. Check out the full interview here.

Photo credit:  Andrew Katzowitz