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Fallen From the Sky streams new album, “Rebuilder Vol. 1”

South Florida punks Fallen From The Sky have released Rebuilder Vol. 1 today, and you can stream it here.

The album was released as part of Paper + Plastick Records‘ new Sound of the Skull series, and you can find out more about that here.  The band actually wrote the songs 6 years ago, and Fallen From The Sky’s Ryan Loughney had this to say about the effort:

“It’s been a long time coming, but these songs mean the world to us. We recorded them almost 6 years ago, and it’s amazing for them to finally see the light of day. Recording with Shaun Lopez (Far, Crosses, Deftones) was an incredible experience, and he really brought the best out of us. Even now, we feel these songs stand up to the test of time and hope the world feels the same.”



Fallen From The Sky stream new song “Drifting”

South Florida punks Fallen From The Sky are streaming a new song called “Drifting,” and you can check it out below.

“Drifting” comes from the bands upcoming release Rebuilder, Vol.1 , which is set to be released on March 4th via Paper + Plastick Records.  It will be the second release in the labels “Sound of the Skull” series.



Fallen From The Sky to re-release EP, “I Understand…But Goodbye”

South Florida punks Fallen From The Sky are set to re-release a their “I Understand… But Goodbye” EP on May 1st. on JMB Records.  The EP was originally released 10 years ago and will now be available digitally.

Fallen From The Sky’s last full-length was 2008’s “Tonight We Radiate.”



Fallen From The Sky post video and free downloads of new song “Rebuilder” and “Wolves”

This is cool! As promised, south Florida punks, Fallen From The Sky have posted their first installment of free digital  downloads and a new music video today. This  installment includes the song “Rebuilder” and an acoustic version of the unreleased b-sides “Wolves” produced and tracked by Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional. You can grab your free download here.

You can check out the music videos for “Rebuilder” here

It’s still up in the air as to whether the band will eventually release all the songs from these sessions as a full-length album but we’ll keep you posted.  The band’s last full-length was 2008′s “Tonight We Radiate.”



Fallen From The Sky to release new music over a series of free single “bundles”

South Florida punks Fallen From The Sky will be releasing a series of free Digital Single Bundles starting August 23rd, 2011 that will include tracks from their sessions with producer Shaun Lopez (Far, Deftones,The Black Pacific). The first installment will include the song “Rebuilder” and an acoustic version of “Wolves” produced and tracked by Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional.

The single bundles will feature a bonus music video for the titled single as well as B-side tracks that will be a mix of cover songs, new material, and acoustic songs recorded by the band themselves in their own FFTS HQ studio.

“When you do something for the right reasons people gravitate towards it. If we were in this for the money, we would have been done a long time ago” explains FFTS drummer Giancarlo “Jim” Aservi. “After creating such amazing music with Shaun during such a transitional time for the music industry, releasing these songs for free just seemed like the right thing to do. There’s a ton of people out there who have stood by us over the years, and this is for all for them.”

It’s still up in the air as to whether the band will eventually release all the songs from the Shaun Lopez sessions as a full-length album but we’ll keep you posted.  The band’s last full-length was 2008’s “Tonight We Radiate.”



Free Comp Download: Anchorless Records Digital Comp

Anchorless Records have posted a free digital comp featuring Brendan Kelly (Lawrence Arms), The Sainte Catherines, The Flatliners, Fallen From The Sky and more.

Check out the tracklist here and snag your download here.

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Fallen From The Sky set to begin work on sophomore album

South Florida punks Fallen From The Sky have announced that they are about to begin work on their sophomore album with Shaun Lopez (The Deftones). The album is slated for a fall release, although a label announcement should come soon.

The album will be the follow up to their 2008 release Tonight We Radiate. The band recently collaborated on a  7″ split with The Wonder Years.



Fallen From The Sky recording new album

Boca Raton punk act, Fallen From The Sky, will be heading out to California later this month to begin tracking for a yet-to-be-titled follow up to their debut, Tonight We Radiate (Eulogy Recordings). The effort will be produced by Shaun Lopez (Far, Deftones) sharing time at both his own Airport Studios in Burbank as well as Hurley Studios in Costa Mesa.

Drummer Giancarlo “Jim” Aservi notes, “We’ve spent the last 7+ months hard at work writing, practicing & demoing and the outcome is some of the strongest material our band has ever written.” He adds, “We’ve all been long time fans of Shaun’s work, both as a producer and musician, and we feel he is exactly what we need to create an album that will set us apart from our peers. A good producer can have a tremendous affect on the end result [of a record] and we feel this experience will definitely have a major impact on the band. We want Shaun to feel like the 6th member of FFTS, adding in his knowledge and expertise to songs we are already very confident about, hoping to take this album to the next level.”

Tonight We Radiate was released in 2008.



Suburban Home Records announce Fallen From The Sky/Wonder Years split 7″

suburbanhome1 Suburban Home Records has announced the next installment in their Under The Influence 7″ series, a series that features some of the label’s favorite bands covering songs that influenced them. For more information on the series you can go here.

The thirteenth volume will feature Fallen From The Sky, covering the Foo Fighters track This Is A Call, and The Wonder Years playing Zip Lock by Lit. The 7″ is scheduled to be released late May/early June.



Fallen From The Sky announce Florida shows

Fallen From The Sky.phpSouth Florida punks Fallen From The Sky have announced a handful of Florida shows with Nightlights and This Time Next Year.

Check out the link for dates and locations.

Up next for the band is the release of a  7″ split with The Wonder Years, although there’s no word on a release date.



Fallen From The Sky/The Wonder Years releasing “Under The Influence” split 7-inch

under-the-influenceSuburban Home Records have announced the thirteenth release of their Under the Influence series.  The series features bands covering songs from other bands that have influenced their song writing.  For this thirteenth release, Fallen From The Sky cover “This Is A Call” by Foo Fighters and Wonders Years cover “Zip Lock” by Lit.

The 7″s will come with a coupon that will allow you to download the tracks as mp3s. Pressing info and Pre-order date will be announced soon but you can expect a release date sometime mid March.