This Time Next Year is happy to announce that they will enter the studio in early January with producer, and New Found Glory guitarist, Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks] to record the follow-up to their 2009 release, Road Maps and Heart Attacks.
The studio time will unfortunately conflict with the previously announced tour with Transit and Daytrader. All east coast tour dates for This Time Next Year have officially been cancelled. A message from the band can be seen below:
“We’re bummed to have to cancel the upcoming tour with Transit and Daytrader. They are great friends of ours and helped us out a ton with setting up this tour. They will still be doing the tour and Into It. Over It. has been added to several of the dates. They will be really great shows and we hope that you can all still make it out and support our friends.
We hope you all know that we would never cancel a show or tour unless we had a great reason for it. We’ve been writing and demoing for a while now and have been anxious to get into the studio, so when the opportunity to record with Chad presented itself, we couldn’t pass it up. We start pre-production in early January and couldn’t be more excited to record our new music. Thank you so much to everyone who has expressed interest in our band and in the tour. We promise to make it up to those who planned on coming out to the East Coast shows and are looking forward to sharing our new album with everyone in the new year.
-This Time Next Year”
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This Time Next Year, have announced that they will join Transit and Daytrader on a short East Coast tour this January.
with The Wonder Years
Jan 07 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
with Transit, Daytrader
Jan 21 New Britain, CT @ The Hall (with Terrible Things)
Jan 22 Buffalo, NY @ Club Diablo
Jan 23 Syracuse, NY @ Badlands
Jan 24 Providence, RI @ Club Hell
Jan 25 Albany, NY @ Bogies
Jan 26 Brooklyn, NY @ Silent Barn
Jan 27 Clinton, NJ @ The Aquifer
Jan 28 Rockville Centre, NY @ The Vibe Lounge
Jan 29 Philadelphia, PA @ The Fire
Jan 30 Baltimore, MD @ Sonar*
Feb 02 Charleston, SC @ The Oasis
Feb 03 Gainesville, FL @ 1982 Bar
Feb 04 Pompano Beach, FL @ Rocketown
Feb 05 Orlando, FL @ Hoops Tavern
Feb 07 Tallahassee, FL @ The Farside
*This Time Next Year with Outerloop Presents Amped & Alive Ice Jam 2011
In an attempt to infringe on more copyrights and spend less money in two and a half minutes than any other band has dared in the past, Canadian punk quartet Junior Battles has unveiled the video for “Basements.”
Created by members of the the band in one coffee-fueled night of stealing and editing, the video not only spits in the face of trademark law, but also the memory of nearly every movie from my childhood. To view the zero budget greatness, go here.
Beginning next week, Junior Battles will embark on a two week tour of the U.S. with Houston’s O Pioneers!!!. The bands toured together earlier this year and recently shared a Split 7″ on Kiss Of Death Records.
OCT 20 – Brooklyn, NY @ Party Expo w/ O Pioneers, Fake Problems, My Heart to Joy
OCT 21 – Trenton, NJ @ Mill Hill Saloon w/ O Pioneers, Daytrader, The Great Explainer
OCT 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fire w/ O Pioneers, Tigers Jaw
OCT 23 – Richmond, VA @ Exit 76 w/ O Pioneers, the Riot Before, Red City Radio
OCT 24 – Charlotte, NC @ Lunchbox Records w/ O Pioneers
OCT 25 – Atlanta, GA @ 529 w/ O Pioneers, Franz Nicolay
OCT 26 – Tallahassee, FL @ The Shark Tank w/ O Pioneers, The Anchor, Captain We’re Sinking
OCT 27 – Gainesville, FL @ 1982 w/ O Pioneers
OCT 28 – Tampa, FL @ Transitions Art Gallery w/ O Pioneers
OCT 29 – 31 – Gainesville, FL @ THE FEST
NOV 01 – Orlando, FL @ Universal Studios w/ our girlfriends
NOV 02 – TBA
NOV 03 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Mulligans
NOV 04 – Guelph, ON @ Jimmy Jazz w/ The Decay