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Into It. Over It. (emo) stream new song “Spatial Exploration”

Chicago’s Evan Wiess, the mastermind behind the solo project Into It. Over It. is offering a free stream of a new song “Spatial Exploration”.   The song will appear on Into It. Over It.’s forthcoming album “Intersections” to be released 9.24.13 on Triple Crown Records.

You can check out the song right here.

Into it. Over It. last released “Proper” in 2011 and have constantly been releasing new material since 2009.

Into It. Over It. posts preview for “Intersections” album

Into It. Over It. has posted a preview for his upcoming album “Intersections”.

You can watch it here.

Into It. Over It.’s new album “Intersections” is due out on September 24, 2013 through Triple Crown Records and will be a follow-up to 2011′s “Proper.”

Video: Into It. Over It. – “New North-Side Air” (acoustic lyric video)

Into It. Over It. has released an acoustic lyric video for the track “New North-Side Air.” Check it out here.

Into It. Over It.’s new album “Intersections” is due out on September 24, 2013 through Triple Crown Records and will be a follow-up to 2011′s “Proper.”

New Music: Into It. Over It. – “The Shaking Of Leaves”

If I can get personal with you kiddoes for a second or three, catching Into It. Over It. opening for Alkaline Trio was one of the highlights of my concert-going summer. Today, the band (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss accompanied by a full band) has posted a new song called “The Shaking of Leaves” off their upcoming album “Intersections.”

You can give it a listen over at American Songwriter (kudos for that, Evan) by clicking here.

“Intersections” is due out on September 24, 2013 through Triple Crown Records and will be a follow-up to 2011′s “Proper.”

New Song: Into It. Over It. – “Spinning Thread” off upcoming album “Intersections”

Into It. Over It. (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss) has posted a new song called “Spinning Thread” off his upcoming album “Intersections.”

You can give it a listen here.

“Intersections” is due out on September 24, 2013 through Triple Crown Records and will be a follow-up to 2011’s “Proper.”

Live Video: Dikembe – “Keys To The Jeep” from split with Pet Symmetry

Gainesville, Florida, punks Dikembe have teamed with the folks at Altar TV for a live video of the band’s track “Keys To The Jeep.” The song appears in its original form on Dikembe’s split with Pet Symmetry (featuring Evan Weiss from Into It. Over It.). Click here to check it out.

Dikembe’s last proper release was last year’s “Broad Shoulders.” They should have a new one out by the end of the year.

Into It. Over It. announces new album “Intersections,” posts video trailer

Into It. Over It. (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss) has announced that he will release his upcoming album entitled “Intersections” on September 24, 2013 through Triple Crown Records,

You can check out the tracklist and a video trailer for the album here.

Into It. Over It. released “Proper” back in 2011.

Into it. Over It. announces Japan tour

Into It. Over It. (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss) has announced a Japanese tour with Owen, and Their/They’re/There.

You can check out the dates here.

Into It. Over It. released “Proper” back in 2011.

Into It. Over It. finishes mixing new album; begins mastering

According to a recent tweet, Into It. Over It. (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss) has finished mixing his new album and has begun mastering it:

“mixing done. mastering tomorrow. fuck yeah. big ups to brian deck. my dude. such a great experience.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the album, which will be Into It. Over It.’s first release since 2011’s “Proper,” surface.

I Got Brains festival adds Into It. Over It. and Foreign Tongues

The 2013 I Got Brains festival, which takes place July 19 and 20 in Blacksburg, VA, has added Into It. Over It. and Foreign Tongues to its lineup.

If you’re interested in going, you can get tickets here. The exact schedule will be announced soon.

Into It. Over It. is done tracking new album today

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Into It. Over It. has announced via twitter that he is finishing the tracking of his new album, “LP2,” today.

Check out his tweet from Evan Weiss himself:

Show Review: Alkaline Trio/OWTH/Into It. Over It. – New Haven CT

Dan Andriano

From a live music perspective, New Haven, Connecticut, is one of the more frequently-overlooked areas in the Northeast. When looking for an itinerary filler between Boston and New York City, it is far from  uncommon for most  larger, more established bands to opt to play the larger venues and the generally more diverse crowds in the somewhat-nearby, locales of Hartford or Providence, Rhode Island.  Set quite literally in the shadows of the hallowed, gothic stone-and-ivy shadows of Yale University, the 750-ish capacity Toad’s Place, in all its sticky-floored, thisclosetobeingadive glory, has nonetheless served as the site of some pretty epic (or at least great) live shows in its 37-year history, when all of the planets are appropriately aligned. (Seriously, Google it.)

Given that Alkaline Trio were taking their My Shame Is True tour to Toad’s Place on a cold, rainy Sunday night that also just-so-happened to be smack in the middle of commencement weekend at Yale, this writer was not so sure that the planets would be so aligned on this evening. This writer, as is so frequently the case, was pleasantly mistaken.

Alkaline Trio’s Epitaph Records labelmates Off With Their Heads got the evening off to a rowdy start. Toad’s Place was less than capacity at the time (in part due to the band’s 7:30pm start time), yet the crowd in attendance was more than attentive. The ample elbow room allowed the small-yet-vocal contingent of dyed-in-the-wool OWTH fans to  make themselves known, inspiring the frequently-awkward six-person mosh pit that bore a stronger resemblance to summer football practice tackling drills than it did to a traditional circle pit, but I digress. Off With Their Heads’ leader and frontman, the ever-deprecating Ryan Young, made repeat mention of the fact that the front section of the crowd, largely composed of Alkaline Trio (read as: Matt Skiba) fans seemed a little put off (confused??) by OWTH’s gruffer take on self-loathing-infused punk rock, which stands to reason I suppose. But in mixing songs from their whole catalog, including ‘slower,’ more melody-driven numbers like “Please Don’t Make Me Go Home” from this year’s critically-acclaimed Home, Off With Their Heads did a more than serviceable job of getting the audience moving, setting the intensity bar high for the two following acts.

In a twist from the normal lineup that this tour has featured thus far, and will feature going forward, Into It. Over It. occupied the main support slot as Bayside were off at the Skate And Surf Festival in New Jersey. In spite of their late announcement to the show, and their seemingly curious fit on the bill, Evan and his four-piece backing band were met with eager anticipation by many of the staff. On more than one occasion, Weiss commented on the amount of love and warmth he has received from the Connecticut DIY community, and that reflected in spades. The atmospheric, noodly (sorry to use that word) interludes the band used to fill time while tuning instruments were too frequent and long, however, and almost seemed to let the air out of some of the momentum that they had worked their collective asses of in building. Still, the band were incredibly tight, no easy task given the angular nature and frequent time signature changes that Weiss employs to keep his typical solo performance sound unique.

Needless to say after a couple of high energy opening acts, the now-capacity crowd was loaded for bear by the time Alkaline Trio took the stage and blasted into My Shame Is True opener, “She Lied To The FBI.” If you’ve caught one or more shows on this tour (or you’re keeping track over at, there was little left to the imagination in the band’s seventeen-song main set. In fact, there were no differences at all from the previous night in Boston. What the set lacked in creativity, however, it made up for many times over in energy and focus.

Not surprisingly, five songs from the stellar My Shame Is True featured prominently in the main set, scattered amidst a healthy sampling from the first half-dozen years of the Trio’s career. The well-placed “Clavicle,” the set’s third song, served as an early show highlight, whipping the already primed-and-ready-to-go crowd into its first frenzy. Nothing from This Addiction, Alkaline Trio’s 2010 full-length (and a personal favorite of mine) found its way into the set, though a setlist focusing on “the old stuff” more than satisfied the crowd. “Sadie,” “My Friend Peter” and the electrified “Olde English 800,” in its 45 seconds of glory were particular crowd favorites. The slightly older than average crowd, for its part, was full of energy, giving most of the night the feel of a rowdy singalong. The first real and only real ‘pit’ of the night didn’t form until the latter half of “97,” which brought the show to a close. Sadly, and curiously, “Radio” was left out of the encore set, which may have been a first for this tour.

The Trio seemed to be in good spirits, and the interplay between the three was as tight as this writer has ever seen it. Matt Skiba, who assumed vocal duties for most of the evening, was particularly playful. Dan Andriano, the typically more laid-back of the frontmen anyway, seemed to be even more subdued than normal, apparently feeling the effects of what, according to Skiba, was a hospital-trip-inducing head injury suffered sometime prior to the show, though it certainly didn’t reflect in his level of performance. And that’s perhaps what I took away most from seeing Alkaline Trio in 2013: the fellas all have their various side projects and could very easily rest on their laurels, treating a tour as though they were simply punching a time card and cashing a paycheck. But the thoroughly enjoyable My Shame Is True (our review here) seems to have reinvigorated the band, and they seem to be genuinely having fun in the process as they approach their 20th anniversary.

Still…they should have played “Radio.”

Check out our photo gallery here. Sorry for the quality; despite the photo pass, security wouldn’t let yours truly shoot inside the barrier. C’est la vie!

Into It. Over It. stream 2 new songs from upcoming 7″, “Life Is Suffering”

Into It. Over It. (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss) recently signed to Triple Crown Records for the release of his new full length.

We also reported on a new 7″ (“Life Is Suffering) in the works last month.

We have for you today a couple songs from the 7”, which you can listen to here.

The upcoming full-length will be the follow up to 2011′s “Proper,” which was released by No Sleep Records.


Triple Crown Records signs Into It. Over It. for new full length, release teaser video

Into It. Over It. (aka singer/songwriter Evan Weiss) has signed to Triple Crown Records for the release of his new full length. He has this to say about the signing:

“With the new year, it came time to turn a page. Not only was Triple Crown excited about what I wanted to make and how I wanted to make it, but they gave me the tools to do so. It’s been a brand new process for me. Uncharted territory. They have been supportive above and beyond to help me be able to be the musician I really want to be. To craft the record I really wanted to make. I couldn’t think of a better home.”

The upcoming album will be the follow up to 2011′s “Proper,” which was released by No Sleep Records.

Into It. Over It. release 200 page, full-color book and 7″ for their 2012 US tour

Topshelf Records will be releasing a 200-page, full-color hard-cover book documenting Into It. Over It.‘s 2012 US tour. The book will include photos from Hilary Corts and an accompanying 7″ from Into It. Over It. Here’s what Topshelf co-founder Kevin Duquette had to say about the project:

If my memory serves me correctly, my first ever interaction with Evan Weiss was over a Twitter DM in 2010. Super professional. Since then, we’ve become really good friends (you eventually get used to the smell). So, it was with equal parts necessity, obligation and friendship when I decided to jump in the van in Fall of 2012, as Into It. Over It. — more commonly known as the tirelessly touring, outgoing, short-shorts sporting, beard-wielding acoustic guy that everyone loves to love — took to the road for the first time with a full backing band to Fest and back. Along for the ride with the band and myself was Hilary Corts who diligently photographed the entire tour, capturing the great, hilarious, mundane and truly special along the way. The result is a 200-page full color, hard cover book featuring her photographs and an accompanying live 7” record to commemorate the tour which will be released June 25, 2013. The takes on this 7” sound great and breathe new life into songs Into It. Over It. fans are already well familiar with.

More details around this release are coming, so be sure to check back for any updates. In the meantime, you can check out a little footage from the documented tour here.