Sinners & Saints will release their sophomore album, On The Other Side, on March 10. The album was recorded in Winston Salem at ElectroMagnetic Radiation Recorders by Doug Williams and mastered by Dave Harris at Studio B Mastering. Listen to the first single, "Promise Land", on SoundCloud. For a quick read while you listen, Creative Loafing Charlotte is featuring a profile on the band in their latest edition.
Stemage has announced the release of Narrowband, "a 30-minute instrumental, color-themed journey slathered in heavy, riffy, space rock", on March 18. Stream "Astronaut" on Bandcamp and get an immediate download on pre-order.
Sinners & Saints will kick off a February jaunt through the Southeast tomorrow in St. Augustine, FL at Nobby's. They'll circle back to the Old North State by February 13 to support Cicada Rhythm at Petra's in Charlotte, NC.
Silent Uproar Records has been championing and working towards the reissue of Nemo 1934's Vol. 1 for essentially 12 years. We don't have words to describe the feeling of actually reissuing it for a wider audience, but that really doesn't matter at this point. The music meant a lot to us at the time and still does, to say the least. The energy of a Nemo 1934 live show is only matched by a few bands, even to this day.
We hope the reissue, re-mastered by our own Grant Henry (Stemage), captures that energy and resonates with you as it does with us. Our release post on Facebook has more details and links for purchasing digitally or on 10" vinyl.
Vol. 1 from Nemo 1934 is now available for pre-order. Head over to the Silent Uproar Records store to pre-order the 10" vinyl and Bandcamp for digital pre-orders. Last but not least, stream "95" from the album on YouTube and SoundCloud.
Vol. 1 from Nemo 1934 will be reissued on November 6, 2015, both digitally and on 10-inch vinyl. For now, you can check out a teaser on YouTube.
Sinners & Saints have released a new split 7-inch with Elonzo Wesley, titled This Ain't No Country Song. You can stream and download the album on Bandcamp. The vinyl will only be available at shows. Rock Hill based illustrator Stephen Crotts created the amazing artwork.
Sinners & Saints recently made an appearance on WFAE's Charlotte Talks radio program. The appearance was taped live at the Evening Muse, where the band ran though a few songs and talked about life as a musician in Charlotte. You can listen to a replay of the show over on the WFAE website.
Any PWRS holdouts longing to one day hold a copy of Fear in their hands, can now purchase a CD in the store. As well, the PWRS website has been given a bit of a facelift. It will, no doubt, expand in the future.
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