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Video: Random Orbits perform acoustic versions of “Heart Attacks” and two brand new songs

Seattle punk act Random Orbits recorded three Stripped Down Sessions for Punks in Vegas including “In the Dreams I Can Remember” from their EP “Heart Attacks” and two unreleased songs “Leaving Redmond” and “My Humble Introduction.”  Check them out here.

Random Orbits released their last album, “Evergreen,” in April through Dang!Records.



Random Orbits gets robbed, need your help

Well, this is terrible! Seattle punk act Random Orbits got robbed. Here’s what they had to say:

SO this morning I discovered that somebody broke into our van and stole a bunch of our shit including our entire tour fund that was hidden in our merch box under a bunch of koozies…Fender 72’ Telecaster Deluxe – Brown – “SCS” is carved into the back of the head stock Gibson SG Standard – Cherry Red with a sticker of cross made of beer cans. G&L 1981 SB-1 – Black David Eden Traveler – Bass Head Marshall JMC 900 – White, with “No Beer On Top” written across the top All of our koozies/posters/stickers and our money box. We’ve had a bunch of people offer to donate money to us, so if you want to our paypal email is [email protected] We don’t like taking charity without reward, but unfortunately we are going to have to.”

“Evergreen,” was released on April 20th through Dang! Records. Before that, Random Orbits released the EP “Heart Attacks” through Death to False Hope Records.



Random Orbits signs to La Escalera Records; releases 12″ LP “Heart Attacks”

Seattle punk act Random Orbits has recently joined the La Escalera Records family.

They are celebrating this occasion with the release of a new 12″ LP “Heart Attacks”.

You can stream the 7-track LP in its entirety here.

“Heart Attacks” was released TODAY through La Escalera Records. Before that, Random Orbits released the EP “Evergreen” through Dang! Records.



Free Album Download: Random Orbits – “Evergreen” EP

Seattle punk act Random Orbits are offering a free download of their new EP “Evergreen.”

You can grab it here.

“Evergreen,” was released on April 20th through Dang! Records. Before that, Random Orbits released the EP “Heart Attacks” through Death to False Hope Records.



Random Orbits offer free download of brand new song “Fuckronaut ”

Seattle punk act Random Orbits will be releasing their brand new EP “Evergreen” on April 20th through Dang!Records. To give you a little taste of the awesomeness to come we’re stoked to give away a free download of “Fuckronaut”, one of the tracks off the upcoming release, right here.

“Evergreen” is available for pre-order.



Music Video: Random Orbits – “Leaving Redmond”

Seattle punk act Random Orbits have posted the music video for their new song “Leaving Redmond.”

You can check it out here.

The will appear on their upcoming album, “Evergreen,” which will be released on April 20th through Dang! Records. Random Orbits last released the EP “Heart Attacks” through Death to False Hope Records.



Dang! Records signs Random Orbits, plans to release “Evergreen” EP

Seattle punk act Random Orbits have officially joined the Dang! Records family, and are planning to release their label debut EP “Evergreen” on April 20th. Check out the track list here.

Random Orbits last released the EP “Heart Attacks” through Death to False Hope Records.



Why did they choose the name Random Orbits?

Ever wonder where some bands come up with their band names? Well, we do, and we’re sick of sitting around scratching our heads about it. We’re hitting the streets (aka. “Internet”) to find the origins behind some of the more bizarre, intriguing or just plain random band names in the scene. Every Wednesday we’ll be pulling the curtain back on a different band and this week it’s Seattle Melodic punk act Random Orbits. Here’s what their singer, Steven Smith, had to say:

The story behind the name Random Orbits comes from the painting by Ralph Steadman called “The Theory of Random Orbits”. Steadman is most well known for his demented paintings that accompany a lot of the late Hunter S. Thompson’s writing. I love Steadmans art, my walls are covered with posters of his art.

You can see the aforementioned painting here.



Music Video: Random Orbits – “The Miserable Life of M. Kieltyka” off latest EP “Heart Attacks”

Seattle Melodic punk act Random Orbits have posted the music video for their song “The Miserable Life of M. Kieltyka.”

You can check it out here.

The song appears on their their EP Heart Attacks which was released last September on Death To False Hope Records. You can snag a free download of the EP here.



Mike Hallquist (DC Fallout) interviews Random Orbits

So, melodic punk rockers Random Orbits have been playing some shows and released an EP last year called Heart Attacks. Where are they now? Well, here is an interview for you to read to catch up on these guys. And to make it even better, Mike Hallquist from DC Fallout interviewed them! Now you definitely have to read it!

Random Orbits put out their EP Heart Attacks last September on Death To False Hope Records.



Free Comp Download: Intervention Records – “How The West Was One”

Intervention Records is offering a free download of a punk rock compilation entitled “How The West Was One.”

It features songs from Nothington, The Atom AgeRandom Orbits, DC Fallout, Black Sails Western Shores and more.  Check out the full tracklist here.

Grab your download here.



Random Orbits announce U.S. tour dates

Melodic punk act Random Orbits have announced a few U.S. tour dates.

Check out their Dying Scene shows page for dates and locations.

The band released their latest EP “Heart Attacks” last September on Death To False Hope Records.



Full Album Stream/Interview: “Heart Attacks” by Random Orbits

Recently we reported that Random Orbits was making two tracks from their new album, Heart Attacks, available to stream. The album has just hit stores today, and the entire EP has been made available to stream thanks to AMP Magazine.

While you’re listening to the six songs of delight, check out the accompanying interview with the band, where they talk about finally releasing Heart Attacks, being nerds, and what’s next for the crew. Find it all right here.



Random Orbits announce release date for upcoming “Heart Attacks” EP

In a recent blog post Melodic punk act Random Orbits announced the release date for their upcoming EP, Heart Attacks. It will be released on September 14th on on Death To False Hope Records.

You can stream 2 new songs off the album (“Everything Coming Up Milhouse” and “The Miserable Life Of Mr. Kleltyka”) on their MySpace page. Heart Attacks is a follow-up to 2007’s album Real Friends Fix the Run.



Random Orbits releasing new album “Heart Attacks”, streaming 2 new songs

Melodic punk act Random Orbits are releasing their new album titled Heart Attacks soon on Death To False Hope Records.  We don’t know an official release date, but we do know that you can stream 2 new songs off the album (“Everything Coming Up Milhouse” and “The Miserable Life Of Mr. Kleltyka”) on their MySpace page.