Archive for November, 2009
Jason, Matt, Kenneth, Brendan and all of us here at Engine Room are proud to announce that the new album is officially out today!! I Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On was recorded earlier this year in Brooklyn, at the helms was producer Bill Moriarty (Dr. Dog, Man Man) with Andy Baldwin handling the mix and mastered by Engine Room president and mastering engineer Mark Christensen (50 Cent, Langhorne Slim, Raekwon.) The finished product turned out far better than expected and we’re ecstatic to now share it with the world!
And for those of you in NYC come celebrate with us at The Studio @ Webster Hall this Saturday night! Doors are at 9pm and The Bloodsugars will headline with the talented Savoir Adore and Project Jenny, Project Jan also on the bill. Check the flyer below for more info and go buy the record !:)
AbsolutePunk.net is featuring an ABSOLUTExclusive on the Bloodsugars in height of their new album “I Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On” which is set to release on November 17th. Throughout this week the album will be streamed from their website and website goers can also register to win a free album, band t-shirt, signed poster and a Guilt By Association Vol. 2 album, which features the Bloodsugars.
Check it out!
And for those of you in the area, check them out live. Here’s a list of tour dates coming up soon…
Nov. 10 Iowa City, Iowa The Mill @ 10pm
Nov. 11 Minneapolis, Minnesota Sauce @ 9:30pm
Nov. 12 Chicago, Illinois Darkroom @ 11pm
Nov. 13 Cincinnati, Ohio Northside Tavern @ 10:45pm
Nov. 14 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Brillobox @ 10pm
Nov. 21 New York, New York Studio- Webster Hall @ 8pm
Our good friends over at digital retailer Amie Street are featuring our very own Bloodsugars’ “I Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On”, alongside our other good friends Pearl and the Beard. This is the first time you can pick up the album, with iTunes following next week. Make sure to check out Amie Street some more and sign up if you like what you see. They have a very interesting business model that rewards those that know about the best new music first. — Wesley