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Attack! Attack! call it quits

The UK’s Attack Attack! have called it quits. Here’s what they had to say:

“It is with much regret that we have to inform you that Mike and Ryan are no longer in Attack! Attack! . We sat down with Ryan in early 2012 and he told us that it was becoming increasingly difficult for him to commit to the band. We hoped that this situation would change but unfortunately it hasn’t. Since recording the album Mike has decided that the time has come for him to move on too. Will and I totally respect their decisions and hope that they have great success in whatever they choose to do moving forward.

The 4 of us have shared some amazing moments together. We have toured the world , released albums, played shows with some of our favourite bands and met the most incredible people. All of these memories are priceless to us. To be honest we couldn’t imagine continuing the band without Mike and Ryan being in it , Attack! Attack! was meant to be the 4 of us together and if it can’t be that way then Will and I feel it is better for the band to finish. We have not made this decision likely, we have spent months and months deliberating what to do. It has been one of the hardest decisions we have ever had to make.

The tour we have booked will still be going ahead but unfortunately for personal reasons Mike and Ryan will not be able to play with us . We will be asking our friend Todd from Straight Lines and Paul from Colours Of One to play with us on the tour. This tour will of course now be our final ever tour as Attack! Attack! so we really hope you can join us for a show and sing along with us for one last time. Let’s make it a send off to remember!!! Sincerely , from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for your support. Without you none of this would have been possible. Neil , Will, Mike and Ryan”

 



New Song: Attack! Attack! stream “Nemesis” off upcoming album “The Latest Fashion”

Attack! Attack! (the pop-punk/rock band from Whales, not the scremo band from Ohio) are streaming another new track off their upcoming album “The Latest Fashion” due out on September 27th.  This one is called Nemesis and you can check it out on their MySpace page.

Each day the band will be streaming a different song from the release on their MySpace page, and we will keep you posted.



New Song: Attack! Attack! streaming title track off upcoming album “The Latest Fashion”

Attack! Attack! (the pop-punk/rock band from Whales, not the scremo band from Ohio) are streaming the title track off their upcoming album “The Latest Fashion” on their MySpace page.  The album is due out on September 27th.

Each day the band will be streaming a different song from the release on their MySpace page.



New Song: “Seen Me Lately” off upcoming Attack! Attack! album “The Latest Fashion”

Attack! Attack! (the pop-punk/rock band from Whales, not the scremo band from Ohio) are streaming a brand new song on their MySpace page titled “Seen Me Lately.”  The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album “The Latest Fashion” due out on September 27th.

Each day the band will be streaming a different song from the release on their MySpace page.



Attack! Attack! (Whales) releasing new album “The Latest Fashion”, streaming new track

Attack! Attack! (the pop-punk band from Whales, not the scremo band from Ohio) will be releasing a new album titled “The Latest Fashion” on September 27th.  To get a taste of what’s coming head to the band’s MySpace page to stream the song “Everyone Knows.”

Each day the band will be streaming a different song from the release on their MySpace page.



Music: Attack! Attack! streaming “No Excuse” from forthcoming album, release tracklist

Welsh pop-punkers Attack! Attack! are streaming No Excuse from their upcoming full-length The Latest Fashion on the Hassle Records website. The album will be released on September 27 through (you guessed it) Hassle Records, and it will have 11 tracks (listed here).

The band will be touring England and mainland Europe this fall – get all the details at Dying Scene shows.



Tour: Attack! Attack! European tour supporting Zebrahead.

attack-attack-whalesAttack! Attack! have announced that they will be the main supporting band for the Zebrahead European tour. The bands will be touring throughout Europe in April of 2010.

Take a look at the tour dates and locations here.



Attack! Attack!: interview on BBC Introducing

rockridgeCheck out this video interview by the BBC that spotlights South Wales’ Attack! Attack! on the band’s MySpace page.  In the interview, find out how the band got its start and hear a few words from the band’s manager, Ewan Grant, and others on the success of the band. You also get to see a few clips of Attack! Attack! playing live, including a performance especially for BBC Introducing.

The band is currently on tour. Take a look at the Dying Scene Shows page for dates and locations.



The Shred Till Your Dead Tour lineup announced

shredThe lineup and dates have been announced for the Shred Till Your Dead tour. Attack Attack! will be headlining along with I Set My Friends on Fire, Miss May I, Our Last Night, and special guests The Color Morale.

You can head over to the Dying Scene Shows page to check out the dates and locations.



Alter the Press Autumn/Winter 2009 Compilation

Autumn/WinterThe Alter The Press! Autumn/Winter 2009 Compilation is now available to download for FREE!

51 songs by 51 bands that they think you need to hear.

The compilation includes tracks from Epitaph Records’ Set Your Goals and Every Time I Die, breakthrough UK pop-punk band, You Me At Six, Welsh rockers Attack! Attack! and Brooklyn’s Kevin Devine.

On top of that, the compilation has tracks from many up and coming bands such as , O’Brother, Kill Casino, Francesqa, Kyoto Drive and many more.

You can download a copy here.

For a listing of the tracks, you can check out the Full Story page.



Video for “Honesty” by Attack! Attack!

rockridgeYou can check out the video for “Honesty” by UK’s pop-punk act Attack! Attack! by clicking here.  The song appears on the band’s self-titled album released  in October of 2008 on Rock Ridge Music.

If you’re scratching your head in confusion right now, you’re probably confusing this South Whales pop-punk band with the Columbus, Ohio screamo act of the same name.