|Swimming With Dolphins’ “Water Colours” In Stores & Online Now!Swimming With Dolphins’ new album “Water Colours” is available in stores and online now! You can download it online at Amazon MP3 for only $5.99 or grab it on iTunes, your local record store or FYE.
To preview the album, check out the album trailer now on YouTube!
|Watch The Premiere of Emery’s “The Cheval Glass” Video! Emery’s video for “The Cheval Glass” is premiering now on VEVO! The song is off their latest album “We Do What We Want,” which is available in stores and online now! You can download the album online at iTunes or Amazon MP3.|
|Video Premiere Of Hyland’s “The One That Got Away” Check out the video premiere of Hyland’s “The One That Got Away” which features guest vocals from Stephen Christian of Anberlin. Watch it now on YouTube!|
|Emery “We Do What We Want” Podcast #3! Download Emery’s “We Do What We Want” Podcast #3 for free now on iTunes. Singer Toby Morrell discusses the writing and recording of the band’s latest album “We Do What We Want” and talks about the development of the last three tracks from the record; “Addicted To Bad Decisions” “I Never Got To See The West Coast” and “Fix Me.”|
|Thousand Foot Krutch’s “Live At The Masquerade” CD/DVD Out June 7th!Thousand Foot Krutch “Live At The Masquerade” will be available in stores and online June 7th! This CD/DVD will feature audio and video from the band’s May 28th, 2010 show at Rexall Place in Edmonton. For art, a tracklisting and more, visit the album page. You can also “Like” TFK on Facebook for a sneak peek at a clip of the DVD.
“Live At The Masquerade” is available for pre-order now at the Tooth & Nail Store! There are three different options available:
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