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Titus Andronicus performs four songs for A Fistful of Vinyl Sessions

New Jersey punk group Titus Andronicus recently stopped by A Fistful of Vinyl to play four songs including “A More Perfect Union” from their 2010 release The Monitor, as well as “Fired Up,” “Dimed Out,” and “Fatal Flaw,” from their latest release The Most Lamentable Tragedy.

You can check out the videos below.

The Most Lamentable Tragedy was released on July 28th, 2015 through Merge Records.



Titus Andronicus release video for “69 Stones” off upcoming album “[email protected] Rock:Five Nights at the Opera”

New Jersey punk group Titus Andronicus have released a new song and an accompanying video. The song is called “69 Stones” and it comes off of their upcoming album “[email protected] Rock: Five Nights at the Opera” which is set to drop July 29th via Merge Records.

You can watch the video below.

Their most recent album “The Most Lamentable Tragedy”, which came out in 2015, was really good and, in my opinion, this one will be even better. We will keep you updated as the date nears but while you wait, click here to watch their video for “Sun Salutation” and “[No Future] Part V”.



Titus Andronicus release double-track live video for “Sun Salutation/No Future Part V”

New Jersey punk band Titus Andronicus have released released the double-track live video for “Sun Salutation” and “[No Future] Part V,” both taken from their rock-opera ‘The Most Lamentable Tragedy’ as well as their forthcoming live album, ‘[email protected] ROCK’. The latter is due on the 29th July via Merge.

You can watch the video below.

Titus Andronicus’ latest album was The Most Lamentable Tragedy, which was released on July 28th, 2015 through Merge Records.



Titus Andronicus announce tour with Craig Finn of The Hold Steady

New Jersey prog-punk band Titus Andronicus have announced that they will be touring this March with The Hold Steady front man Craig Finn.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Titus Andronicus’ latest album was The Most Lamentable Tragedy, which was released on July 28th, 2015 through Merge Records.



DS Staff Picks – Top 10 Albums of 2015 (Lauren Mills)

2015 was an interesting year. I went bonkers due to unemployment and going stir-crazy. Despite that it was best year of my life because I got to attend my first FEST. I met some of my dear friends and heroes for the first time in person. I had never been happier in my life. I was looked after like their sister. For those times, I owe them everything. Thank you to everyone who gave to the GoFundMe campaign and made it a wonderful experience. I could write a book about it. I cried tears of happiness. I love Jared, Johnny, Jan, Mike, Blake, Guli, Billy, Tom, Chris, Forrest, Tim and everyone who embraced me.

America and the world in general were plagued with mass shootings, bigotry, extremism, terrorism and insanity. It’s always been this way but this year, it really broke my spirit and left me in shambles. My seemingly never-ending battle with debilitating depression and anxiety continued. Thank you for your kind words and support. When appointment and extra efforts seem fruitless, I know I have you all and it makes it all worthwhile.

Other highlights included getting a letter from my hero, Sam Esmail, creator of my favorite television series, Mr. Robot. My jaw dropped and my heart was filled with joy. Remember that a little kindness goes a long way. Music sort of took a backseat to my excitement of hugging and meeting my pals. I did feel a connection with some records though. Maybe you’ll find some gems on this list. Also, be sure to pick up my latest compilation “Hope.” All proceeds from the name your price download go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Check out my top ten favorite albums of 2015 below



New Video: Titus Andronicus – “No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant”

New Jersey prog-punk band Titus Andronicus have unveiled the official music video for their track “No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant.” Check it out below.

“No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant” appears on the band’s latest masterpiece album “The Most Lamentable Tragedy,” which was released on July 28th, 2015 through Merge Records.



Album Review: Titus Andronicus – ‘The Most Lamentable Tragedy’

Titus Andronicus have always made rock exposition cinematic and theatrical through the most artistic, creative veins of freedom and expression a band could carve out. Their jarring storytelling is one of the key drivers with lyrics that unfold as the most intertwining and testing of chapters. Safe to say, they’re quite an experience. The Most Lamentable Tragedy follows suit and continues to expound on how they see the world. Is it their best to date? No. But it fits perfectly with the enormous catalog of stories they craft time after time, touching on so many threads from existentialism to death to rebirth, which definitely makes them worth appreciating.

As usual, it’s an eclectic mix with varying sounds mashing together. Titus have always been sleekly versatile without never really losing their essence. In doing so, most of their songs per record feel differentiated from each other and it’s this clever assembly/arrangement that reels you in, engrossing you in a band that’s never dwarfed by any influences but are still paying just tribute to what grooms their sound. “Lonely Boy” and “Stranded (On My Own)” are the melodic, raspy, indie-anthems you’d come to expect. Very motivated and focused. Patrick Stickles maintains his frantic, anxious and highly urgent sensibility on the mic to keep the tension painted on the wall, which makes something like “Look Alive” pop even more. Sure, it’s a Hüsker Dü tribute, but as with so many of their music, they totally make it their own.

Some of the tracks are too long. But that’s expected given how they love to flesh things out. It drops at a good time also, with mewithoutYou’s recent record sure to bring in comparisons. Both are worth it, I might add. Titus Andronicus’ however, has more of an emblematic feel and more of a signature, which smartly caps their body of work. Some tracks feel boring but overall, this is another intuitive record that feels like a piece of literature that they constantly peddle at your doorstep. Open the door and let them in. Flawed? Yes. But much more positives at hand.

3.5 / 5 Stars



Titus Andronicus stream new album “The Most Lamentable Tragedy”

New Jersey prog-punk band Titus Andronicus are streaming their upcoming album The Most Lamentable Tragedy in its entirety.  Give it a listen over here.

The Most Lamentable Tragedy is set to be released on on July 28th, 2015 through Merge Records. It is the follow up to their 2012 LP, Local Business.



Titus Andronicus release fifteen minute short film, “The Magic Morning”

New Jersey prog-punk band Titus Andronicus have released a short film titled “The Magic Morning / Beside Himself.” The video is composed of six tracks off the band’s upcoming album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, and consists of what the band calls “the album’s second act.” Vocalist Patrick Stickles said of the video:

“People have been putting [Titus Andronicus] in a box for too long. We can do anything we decide to be our will, and I am proud to say this little movie was done entirely ‘in-house,’ in one day. Doubt and deny are your own peril.”

You can watch the video below.

Titus Andronicus will release their new album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, on August 7, 2015 through Merge Records. It is the follow up to their 2012 LP, Local Business.



Titus Andronicus announce US and European tour dates

New Jersey prog-punk band Titus Andronicus have announced some UK and European tour dates for this summer and fall featuring support from Spider Bags and Baked.

You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Titus Andronicus is set to release their new album The Most Lamentable Tragedy on July 28th through Merge Records, which is a follow up to their 2012 LP Local Business.



Titus Andronicus release video for “Fatal Flaw”, announce UK tour

New Jersey prog-punk ban Titus Andronicus have released a video for their new song “Fatal Flaw”. The song is off of their upcoming album “The Most Lamentable Tragedy” which is set to drop on July 28th through Merge Records and is a follow up to their 2012 LP “Local Business”.

To support the album, they have announced a UK tour set for November.

You can check out the new video and the upcoming tour dates below



Titus Andronicus stream new song

New Jersey’s Titus Andronicus have released a lyric video for a new song. It’s called “Dimed Out” and it will appear on the band’s upcoming album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy. You can check out the song below.

The band will release The Most Lamentable Tragedy on July 28, 2015 through Merge Records. It will be the follow up to the band’s 2012 LP, Local Business.



Titus Andronicus announce 7-inch series, stream new track “Stranded (On My Own)”

New Jersey prog-punks Titus Andronicus have announced a new 7-inch singles series that will consist of 7 releases beginning on July 7th with the re-release of 2007’s “Titus Andronicus”.  The next 7-inch will go out August 25th and will include a new song titled “Stranded (On My Own)” which you can stream below along with the band’s “press conference” announcing the series.

There’s a pretty awesome release show scheduled for July 7th in Brooklyn to kick things off and you can get the info and pre-order the series here.



Interview: Patrick Stickles (Titus Anronicus) discusses musical origins, dealing with manic depression

If you’ve got some time to kill, head over here to check out an interesting discussion between Jersey punks Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles and comedian/podcaster Marc Maron in which Stickles discusses his musical beginnings, personal struggles and lifestyle choices.

Titus Andronicus last put out Local Business last year via XL Recordings.



Lemuria add dates to fall tour

Buffalo NY’s Lemuria have added several dates to their tour with Titus Andronicus.

You can check them out here.

The Distance Is So Big was released on June 18th through Bridge Nine Records.