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The Traditional release music video for “Marilyn”; announce post-Fest tour dates

Buffalo, New York’s The Traditional have released a music video for their song “Marilyn,” off their debut full-length, How To Live Without Blood. The band will also be heading out on US tour after their appearance at this year’s Fest. You can watch the video and check out the tour dates and locations below.

How To Live Without Blood was released on January 13, 2015 through Anchor Eight-Four Records.

The Traditional announce US spring tour

Buffalo, New York’s The Traditional have announce they will be touring the US this spring. More info on the month-long run of shows, which will see the band joined by Syracuse’s Trespassers on certain dates, can be found below.

The Traditional’s debut full-length How To Live Without Blood was released on January 13th through Anchor Eight-Four Records.

The Traditional releases “To Live Without Blood”; full album stream, new music video

Buffalo, New York’s The Traditional has released a new music video for their song “Do You Miss Me Yet?”. The song appears on the band’s brand new album “How To Live Without Blood”, which hits stores today through Anchor Eight-Four Records.

You can watch the music video for “Do You Miss Me Yet?” below.

Additionally, the band had made the entire new album available to stream, which you can also check out below.

The Traditional announce weekly video series “Traditional Tuesdays”

Buffalo, New York pop-punk band The Traditional have teamed up with New Noise Magazine to bring us a four week video series called Traditional Tuesdays documenting the recording of the band’s upcoming album How To Live Without Blood, which will be released on January 13th through Anchor Eighty-Four. Check out the first installment here, featuring vocalist/bassist Anthony Musior.

Pre-order the Traiditional’s Anchor Eighty-Four debut here.

The Traditional stream new song “My Brother Is the Sea”

Buffalo, New York’s The Traditional have released a stream of a new song titled “My Brother Is the Sea”. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album How to Live Without Blood, and you can listen to it right here.

The Traditional will release How to Live Without Blood on January 13, 2015 via Anchor Eighty-Four Records. You can stream the first single, “Do You Miss Me Yet?” right here.

The Traditional announce tour dates, including show with Circa Survive / Pianos Become The Teeth

Buffalo, New York, pop punk/emo act and Anchor Eighty-Four recording artist The Traditional have been named as opener for the upcoming Circa Survive tour stop in Buffalo. After playing that show (which also features Pianos Become The Teeth as direct support) The Traditional will head out on a tour of their own for a few weeks. Check out the full tour rundown below.

The Traditional are slated to release their A84 debut, “How To Live Without Blood,” later this fall. You can stream the first single, “Do You Miss Me Yet?” right here.

The Traditional stream new song “Do You Miss Me Yet?”

Buffalo emo act, The Traditional, are streaming a new song called “Do You Miss Me Yet?” off their upcoming album How To Live Without Blood due out this fall through Anchor Eighty Four.

You can listen to “Do You Miss Me Yet” here.

The Traditional sign to Anchor Eighty-Four, release teaser for new single “Do You Miss You Yet?”

Buffalo emo act, The Traditional, have signed to Anchor Eighty Four and will release their new album this fall.

You can listen to a teaser for their new single “Do You Miss Me Yet?” below.

Introducing: The Traditional from Buffalo, NY

Indie esq, melodic punk fans will dig The Traditional. Hailing from Buffalo, NY they bring well written, hard hitting guitar riffs and catchy vocal melodies. Coming from the same hometown, and from the same scene as Pentimento would you expect anything less?

The band’s new album entitled “You Can’t Rebuild Forever”, is set to come out on Halloween of this year via self-release. You can listen to a couple tracks off the album and pre-order it here.