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Listen to “Hate Everyone” from Say Anything’s upcoming album

say-anything-hate-everyoneSay Anything is releasing their self-titled follow-up to 2007’s “In Defense Of The Genre” on October 13th.  The first single on the album is a track called “Hate Everyone” and you can check it out over on the band’s MySpace page.

Say Anything is currently on tour.  Find the dates on the Dying Scene Shows page.

Say Anything gets ready for U.S Fall Tour

doghouserecords5Say Anything is about to hit the road for their North American Fall Tour starting October 14th in Anaheim, California. They’ll be performing with Eisley who is fronted by lead singer of Say Anything Max Bemis’ wife, Sherri Durpree and backed up by all her brothers and sisters. Also on the entire tour will be Moneen, along with a couple other bands we’ve never heard of.  Click here to see all the tour dates, cities and venues.

Say Anything came out with their last album “In Defense Of The Genre” in 2007 on Doghouse Records.  Their self-titled follow-up hits stores October 13th.

Say Anything announces release date for new album “Say Anything”

doghouserecords33Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis posted an update on their new album.  Here’s a little snipit:

 I’m like a joyous father today because we get to announce that our new record “Say Anything” is coming out October 13th, 2009. As I’ve said recently of the record, my opinion is that it literally defines everything about the band we’ve built so far. If you like us or love us from the bottom of your heart, be excited. 

The album will be released on Doghouse Records and for the whole announcement you can check it out on the Full Story page.

Say Anything’s latest album “In Defense of the Genre” was released on J Records in 2007.

Say Anything Finish Recording New Album “Say Anything”

doghouserecords3Max from Say Anything gave this update on his myspace blog:

“I just wanted to let you guys know we’re done recording our new record, entitled Say Anything, and we’re moving into the    mixing phase. It should be out this fall. This record is kind of a new start, or at least a new phase in the Say Anything story.        You’ll be seeing some changes in our camp from the live show all the way to the lack of zoolander-esque promo shots. I’m so, so proud of what we’ve done and where we’re going and although I’m very happy with our first two records, I think you guys will agree that this album sounds more like Say Anything then anything the band has ever recorded, as well as moving the band in a direction that is true to what you guys, our fans, really love about us.”