Tallhart used to be called Marksmen, now they are called Tallhart. Tallhart used to be unsigned, now they are signed by Max Bemis (Say Anything) under Rory Records, his imprint of Equal Vision.
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Max Bemis of Say Anything took some time to talk to Spinner before heading down to the South By South West festival in Austin Texas. In this revealing chat, Max opened up about the writing processes he experienced with Anarchy My Dear, Religion, and much more.
Find out what Bemis thought about working with producer Tim O’Heir and a bit about the title of his band’s upcoming record. There is a lot to learn, so hop on over to Spinner and read the interview here.
Artist: Say Anything
Album: Anarchy, My Dear
Label: Equal Vision
Since forming in 2000, the career of Say Anything has been a rollercoaster ride; from the label bidding war following the release of Menorah/Majora to the well-documented personal troubles of frontman Max Bemis to parting ways with RCA after releasing their 2009 self-titled album.
Say Anything frontman Max Bemis decided to write an entire essay on his definition of what “Anarchy” means to him. This is in reference to the band’s upcoming record, Anarchy, My Dear, that has an official release date March 13 of through Equal Vision Records. Read a snippet from the essay right here and the entire thing by simply heading past the jump!
“I am a fairly passive, overly analytical and neurotic Jewish guy with almost no set political beliefs or attachments and a seemingly tame lifestyle. I spend most of my time reading, playing music and hanging out …
Say Anything vocalist Max Bemis has signed Florida-based indie rockers Tallhart (previously known as Marksmen) to his new label Rory Records. This label is an imprint label of Equal Visions Records. Congratulations to the group on being the first band signed to Rory!
Tallhart’s upcoming EP was recorded in Florida with Max Bemis, while Tim McTague (of Underoath) and Dean Tidey (of Feeder) served directly as producers. Look out for a spring drop for the effort.
The band is excited to be touring this spring, with labelmates Eisley from March 8 through April 1 and Say Anything from April 13 …
Lyric videos have become a cheap and fun way for musicians to promote their music, that much is apparent. The fad has grown so much in this past year that even seasoned veterans to the scene have begun to utilize them. I’m of course talking about Say Anything and Bemis’ latest single, “Burn a Miracle.”
What is interesting about this lyric video is the fact that it was created by Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter. A fellow musician helping out his pal, isn’t that sweet? Well so is this video, which is playable after the bump.
Say Anything have premiered the first song from their forthcoming Equal Vision Records debut on UTG has the link you need.
Continuing Say Anything’s love of blending the upbeat with the downtrodden, “Burn The Miracle” is yet another genre-blurring jam for the group’s already remarkable cannon. Spin landed the premiere, so click here and stream it for yourself.
Say Anything have yet to announce a release date for Anarchy, My Dear, but multiple sources have pointed to March being the most likely month. Stay tuned for updates in the coming weeks and be sure to sound off in the …
Say Anything frontman Max Bemis recently kicked off his Winter solo tour with a performance at Brighton Music Hall and UTG has the footage for anyone unable to attend.
Captured in Allston, a suburb of Boston, the following performance features Bemis playing favorites and rarities spanning his entire musical career. The footage was captured by the endlessly talented AlexIsLegend and can be view by clicking past the jump.
Say Anything are scheduled to release their Equal Vision Records debut in early 2012. It is easily one of our most anticipated releases and will be covered heavily on the site. Stay …
Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has reopened his custom song shop for a limited time.
In case you missed previous installments of the shop, the purpose of the store is to give fans the opportunity to purchase an original recording from Bemis, which is informed by them and their lives. For $150 ($75 for a half song), you can tell Bemis what is on your mind and he’ll churn out a track created with you in mind.
There are of course a few more details than this, so anyone interested should head here for a full rundown. If you simply …
Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has announced his well into the recording process of the third release from his side project, Max Bemis And The Painful Splits.
Bemis announced the news via Twitter early this morning. In his tweet, Bemis wrote “Halfway done recording third painful splits record! Really excited about one song in particular that was almost on Anarchy, My Dear.”
Now that Say Anything have completed their next album, I can fully say I’m excited for this release. How about you? Comment below and let us know!
Mr. Max Bemis (of Say Anything) is preparing to head out on a solo tour across the eastern half of the USA. Accompanying him on this journey is his lovely wife, Sherri DuPree (of Eisley). The tour will go through 10 states over the span of 17 days. Get your tickets early via preorder or foolishly wait until the public sale on October 16th. Your choice. Click the red letters following these boring black ones to see the dates.
We updated you awhile back with news that Say Anything were getting in the studio to begin recording their fourth album. According to a tweet from frontman Max Bemis, the band has recently finished the process and the album is completed.
It’s due to drop sometime early in 2012 via Equal Vision Records. You can read Bemis’ tweet below pertaining to the news.
Don’t want to let the cat out of the bag too early but we’re 100% done recording our fourth record! Mixing commences by @TimOHeir this week!